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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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1) Not that I know of. 2) & 3) One way would be to make use of the built-in monerod commands and a little scripting. E.g. monerod bans | awk 'NR>2 {print $1}' > bans.txt Gets a list of any currently banned IPs. After you have restarted monerod, you could then: cat bans.txt | while read ip; do monerod ban "$ip"; done Which will re-ban them all....


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Hello there i would like to find out if was ever there any plat form called Monero Common Wealth enclosed is the picture as i have funds from my old monero wallet i can see my investments and stil can be able to purchase 60 days packages and i have downloaded the gui wallet successfully and opened a new wallets bit cannot transfere my finds in the old wallet ...


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