Disposable Node

Node Sizes

Disposable Nodes are classified based on the size of their memory. Higher memory nodes support all features of lower memory nodes.

Listed below are some suggest minimum node sizes for some applications:

0.5G memory

  • CPU: 1
  • RAM: 0.5 GB
  • SWAP: 1 GB
  • DISK: 16 GB

Virtual Private Mesh

  1. Network Relay Node

1G memory

  • CPU: 1
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • SWAP: 4 GB
  • DISK: 64 GB

Infinite Disk

  1. SMB Server
  2. File Access Node

2G memory

  • CPU: 2
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • SWAP: 2 GB
  • DISK: 64 GB

Fuzzy Blockchain

  1. Chain Audit Node

Infinite Disk

  1. File Storage Node

Home Zone

  1. Home Clients

4G memory

  • CPU: 4
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • SWAP: 4 GB
  • DISK: 256 GB

Home Zone

  1. Home Servers

Shared Computer

Shared Computers are NOT dedicated to running Disposable Nodes, they perform other tasks e.g. running Personal Console in web browsers, editing office documents on Infinite Disk etc. along with running one or more Disposable Nodes.

Shared Computers (Windows, macOS) need at least 4G RAM to run Disposable Nodes as Virtual Machines. The lack of RAM mean running a second VM to protect the main VM might not be possible.

A shared computer with 8GB RAM is recommended and 16 GB RAM is preferred.

Suggested Configurations

4G RAM Computer

  • 1 x 1GB Disposable Node
  • 1 x 0.5GB Disposable Node

8G RAM Computer

  • 1 x 4GB Disposable Node
  • 1 x 0.5GB Disposable Node

16G RAM Computer

  • 1 x 8GB Disposable Node
  • 1 x 0.5GB Disposable Node