Questions tagged [ram]

RAM, here, refers to the memory in which the EOSIO blockchain state is stored. Questions under this tag may relate to EOSIO RAM in different contexts: consumption, persistent storage, costs, internal market, accounting, performance, technical details, and others.

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How do I calculate my used and total RAM balances?

I need help calculating how much RAM I've used and how much RAM I have (total) I've read these questions and their answers: How can I see where I'm using my EOS RAM? Where is my RAM currently ...
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Where are accounts and smart contracts stored?

I'm a bit confused by answers to the following questions: Where are new accounts stored? Where is the smart contract is stored How can everything be stored on RAM at all time? 3KB for each user means ...
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Is it possible to do a demo with testnet without buying EOS RAM?

I'm a rookie when it comes to developing Dapps. I'm thinking of doing a project using EOSIO. I just need to do a demo to showcase my project so I don't need to deploy it for others to use. I don't ...
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How to free up used memory

I have this picture for my account memory: quota: 220.4 KiB used: 207.5 KiB I want to free the memory and sellram. Is it possible, and if yes, how to do that?
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Which of the following is better for CRUD in a table?

I have two approaches to save data on blockchain, but I don't know which one is the best from time as well as space complexity perspectives. I want to store key value pairs in a table. First Approach:...
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How the RAM in Eos nodes works?

I want to create my own private Eos chain for my own specific use case which is very RAM hungry. Imagine that I have a network of nodes having, for example, 32GB of ram. But I have two contracts with ...
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EOS RAM requirement for hosting a full node?

https://medium.com/@bytemaster/eosio-ram-market-bancor-algorithm-b8e8d4e20c73 In this article, Dan pointed to the fact that "Keeping RAM scarce (64 GB) lowers the cost of hosting a full node, but ...
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keep non fungible token in blockchain log

The dapp we are working on will have billions of NFT tokens. Our nft token is something that is added to blockchain only when user buys it. Before that it 'sits' in off-chain db. For the sake of ...
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Eosflare.io shows the wrong Connector Balance for EOSIO.RAM account?

It currently shows 66730 EOS (http://eosflare.io/account/eosio.ram), but here in the first answer (How to get current (last) RAM price?) is said that it should be 1021789.6640 EOS (see quote.balance). ...
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Calculate EOS account resources CPU, RAM and NET in percentage

I am designing my own EOS dashboard in which I want to show the respective account's resources CPU, NET and RAM in Percentage as they are in the attached picture (from https://local.bloks.io/): when ...
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EOS Blockchain How to free up RAM or optimize Smartcontract

We have developed a small program that uses the EOS blockchain and we are storing some of our data in an EOS smart contract. Together with a UUID we are storing the object status. Our goal is to have ...
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Where does the RAM comes from?

The RAM is the resource to keep information of a Dapp user in the blockchain memory. Where does this comes from? Who does release it? Who determine its supply and how?
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Is it possible to see the RAM delta of a multi_index table operation, or see who is currently paying for a row in a table

My question is in the context of smart contract development, so I'm looking for solutions that work within smart contracts: 1st: Is is possible to see the RAM delta of either an individual ...