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RocksDB intended use is to perform better than Chainbase with data sets that have larger (64KiB+) data associated with the average row in the database and data access patterns that favor fewer highly trafficked rows. It also has an operational advantage when there is a preference for SSD or disk storage rather than physical RAM. However, remember that ...


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First of all, please double-check your startup command as yours is modified comparing to the example: nodeos -e -p eosio \ --plugin eosio::producer_plugin \ --plugin eosio::producer_api_plugin \ --plugin eosio::chain_api_plugin \ --plugin eosio::http_plugin \ --plugin eosio::history_plugin \ --plugin eosio::history_api_plugin \ --filter-on="" \ --...


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You are correct in that you need to create a wallet on inita node as well as on the genesis node. Actions can only be pushed to the blockchain from a location where the private key is accessible. The most common way to do this is to store the private key in a wallet and then unlock that wallet before pushing the action to the chain. You set up a wallet and ...


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Its not about the storing of data, but about the authentification and authorization of that data. A blockchain allows you to know that a specific person performed a specific transaction. Transaction IDs are useful for looking back into the history to understand what happened in the past. You can copy and paste a transaction ID into a block explorer such as ...


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