## Fine tunning a Rapsberri Pi 2 B+ full 0.12 node

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I'm running a 0.12 Raspnode (raspberri Pi 2 B+ full node)

I've made the full node syncing in a laptop to speed up the process. Then, after moving all the files successfully and starting the full node in the rPi I have noted that it cannot completely sync and it is most of the time a few blocks away from 100% height.

The rPi is running only bitcoind and I've modified with renice the priority to its assigned PID.

I would like to know what are the parameters and values I need to change in order to get a fully synchronized node (100% height).

The following options comes to mind:

• Increase the relayfee parameter? (current value minrelaytxfee=0.00005)
• Decrease the memory assigned to the UXTO? (current value maxmempool=150)
• Increase or decrease the prune value? (current is prune=30000)
• Decrease the free-tx limit? (current at limitfreerelay=10)

If you need any additional info feel free to ask for it, I would gladly provide it.

Edit: seems that blocks are being produced faster than the processing power of the Rpi 2 B+ can handle.. so it never gets sync'ed.. its always behind the last block.

Which version of the Pi do you have? – Murch – 2016-04-05T07:28:05.103

Raspberry Pi B+ – miguelmorales85 – 2016-04-06T09:50:01.397

Yeah, I've read before that the first generation Pis don't have enough computing power to keep up. I'm running a node on a Pi 2B, and even that took almost four weeks to catch up to the network (I tried. For science.). ;) – Murch – 2016-04-06T14:12:44.467

Im sorry , its a 2B+ – miguelmorales85 – 2016-04-06T15:07:22.683