In my previous post I described the approach that we’re using on our production servers: physical RAM is larger than WAX state size, and the nodeos state is stored in a tmpfs partition.

But WAX RAM consumption is growing quite fast: thousands of new accounts are created daily, and thriving NFT market is creating new assets daily. What will happen when server RAM cannot extend any further?

I tried to run an experiment, and it went pretty well. I took a physical server with 16GB RAM and Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3–1230 v6 @ 3.50GHz, …

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