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October 19, 2013, 07:13:10 PM
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It's possible something is wrong with your virtual machine. On a clean system to run bitcoind 1GB should not cause the process to die. Check also your diskspace assigned just in case.


There is nothing wrong with my system. I have no swap (thats the main reason) and other running daemons (no clean system). Additionally there is a memory leak on bitcoind. There is no memory leak on other crypto cur. daemons like namecoind. Namecoind releases the memory it reserves.

or it could be because bitcoin's memory pool (aka transaction list) gets larger, whereas namecoin stays the same.

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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October 19, 2013, 07:22:02 PM
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It's possible something is wrong with your virtual machine. On a clean system to run bitcoind 1GB should not cause the process to die. Check also your diskspace assigned just in case.


There is nothing wrong with my system. I have no swap (thats the main reason) and other running daemons (no clean system). Additionally there is a memory leak on bitcoind. There is no memory leak on other crypto cur. daemons like namecoind. Namecoind releases the memory it reserves.

or it could be because bitcoin's memory pool (aka transaction list) gets larger, whereas namecoin stays the same.

not really
namecoin has the same growing rate like bitcoin. u should know that the protocol regulates the speed... thats just an unqualified comment
and its totally off topic...
the problem is solved and this topic can be closed, i dont want a bitcoin vs. namecoin discussion
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October 19, 2013, 07:35:19 PM
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or it could be because bitcoin's memory pool (aka transaction list) gets larger, whereas namecoin stays the same.

not really
namecoin has the same growing rate like bitcoin. u should know that the protocol regulates the speed... thats just an unqualified comment

Bitcoin has way more transactions that namecoin. That has nothing to do with the "growing rate" you refer to, which I interpret to be the 10-minute time inverval between blocks. This increased transaction rate could expose a theroretical leak in bitcoin but that doesn't mean that it isn't present in namecoin too.

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