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The nodes only really consume high amounts of system resources upon syncing large amounts of blocks. Thus, if you don't leave them running continuously, and only start them up occasionally, they will have a larger number of blocks to sync and will therefore require high amounts of system resources. The simplest fix is to leave them running continuously - ...


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So what exactly the miner_tx_hash field in the block, and what is its relation to the miner_tx and other transactions in the block? miner_tx_hash is just that - the transaction hash of the miner transaction. The miner transaction is the transaction that pays out the reward for mining the block. The inputs to this tx are type gen as they literally generate ...


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Actually, tor/i2p support has been in Monero since the previous release, not just the last one. With regards to your specific questions: The releases don't "contain" tor/i2p, rather they have options available to integrate with a local tor/i2p router to broadcast transactions over tor/i2p. See ANONYMITY_NETWORKS and README. The settings are in the daemon. ...


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There's little reason to be downloading and importing the raw blockchain these days. Just running the daemon and letting it sync the blockchain is almost always the best approach. If for whatever reason you need to download and import the raw file instead, you should follow the guide. Addressing some specific points in your question: It took 4 days to ...


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Yes. Both the CLI and GUI allow you to set a location for storing the blockchain. No, they do not have to be on different computers. You just start up the daemon and it syncs from the network. There is a URL for info on downloading the blockchain and importing it, but honestly, syncing from the network is almost always faster these days. If you are ...


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You can call a daemons RPC get_info method which will tell you the blockchain database size (in bytes) in the responses database_size field. And you can find a public node on sites like https://moneroworld.com/. For example: curl -d '{"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":"0","method":"get_info"}' \ http://node.moneroworld.com:18089/json_rpc Response (truncated): { "...


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