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How Does NET/CPU Recharge Over Time?

This is what I understand after a quick walk, through the code. Your usage status is checked and updated on the chain only when an action​ is done with your account.( This is intuitive, when I look ...
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How much does it cost to create a new account, which only needs to hold token balances?

For v1.5.1 an account that won't perform any action (including transfer) you don't need to delegate CPU/NET. Bare minimum amount for new account is 3 kbytes with the current reward for newaccount ...
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How much does it cost to add a new permission to an account?

Testing with v1.5.1, adding a new permission to an account (set account): Corresponding contract action: updateauth RAM: 32 bytes NET: 185 bytes CPU: 320 time for set action permission: ...
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How to stake EOS to increase the amount of CPU time from a separate account?

your cleos command looks absolutely right. if your transaction did not appear on the blockchain - may be it's because it was accepted by your node (the one that gave you transaction hash), but was ...
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Confused about the differences between NET and RAM on the EOS network

In the EOSIO ecosystem, the CPU, RAM, and NET are all provided to the chain by the block producers. The EOS tokens gives you access to the staking resources (CPU & NET = Bandwidth) which are ...
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Calculate EOS account resources CPU, RAM and NET in percentage

The values you are using should be correct for CPU and NET. max for the max the user has and used for what they currently have consumed. There should also be available which is how much they have ...
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staked without interest

Staking EOS doesn't give you any interest. It provides resources (CPU/NET) for sending transaction and the power to vote producer. If you delegate your voting power to proxy like this, they will give ...
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Transaction Net Usage Is Too High: 136 > 0

This means you don't have any EOS staked to NET bandwidth. You can stake EOS using the eosio::delegatebw action, but it is a chicken and egg situation, because you need some NET bandwidth in order to ...
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Altering userres and delband tables after set_resource_limit(-1, -1, -1)

userres table does nothing about resource (CPU/NET) allocation and consumption. It depends on set_resource_limits only, and userres or delband manage staked or delegated amount of EOS and make it ...
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How to reduce NET and CPU usage in Private EOS

Easy: Use eosio.bios instead of eosio.system contract Advanced: newaccount in eosio.system initializes account's resources with 0. void native::newaccount( const name& creator, ...
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Confused about the differences between NET and RAM on the EOS network

BPs have hardware limit RAM (random access memory) and hardware limit receive packages from network. RAM is about how many data need to save each BPs about your account. NET is about how many people ...
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How to stake EOS to increase the amount of CPU time from a separate account?

What you have written looks right to me. The reference for this is: https://developers.eos.io/eosio-cleos/v1.1.0/reference#cleos-system-delegatebw Something I noticed is that transferring EOS doesn'...
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How Does NET/CPU Recharge Over Time?

static const uint32_t account_cpu_usage_average_window_ms = 24*60*60*1000l; static const uint32_t account_net_usage_average_window_ms = 24*60*60*1000l; It's 24 hours. 1000ms = 1s 1s * 60 = 1m ...
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resource consumption estimation of EOS transaction

You can now estimate your costs for a transaction by using EOS New York's EOS Charge. Methodology: We use a a MongoDB query that runs hourly and averages the CPU and NET resource costs ...
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resource consumption estimation of EOS transaction

There is no tool as such but you can estimate the cost by looking at how are you storing the data (this will tell the estimation about RAM) and how much time does your action take (this will give you ...
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