# View node resources allocation

You can view the resources dynamically allocated to each of your dedicated nodes.

To view the resources allocated to your nodes:

  1. Click your project.
  2. Click your network.
  3. Click the node name.
  4. Under Resources, hover over Dynamic.

# Understand node resources allocation

Ethereum:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, storage, and ancient storage allocated to your Ethereum node. The ancient storage is for the Geth freezer database to separately keep the ledger data older than three epochs. See also an Ethereum blog post (opens new window) for the detailed freezer explanation.

Note that you are not charged for the ancient storage.

Polygon PoS:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, storage, and ancient storage allocated to your Polygon PoS node.

Note that you are not charged for the ancient storage.

Binance Smart Chain:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, storage, and ancient storage allocated to your Binance Smart Chain node.

Note that you are not charged for the ancient storage.

Tezos:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, and storage allocated to your Tezos node.

Bitcoin:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, and storage allocated to your Bitcoin node.

Hyperledger Fabric:

  • Node — the storage allocated to your peer to maintain the state and a copy of the ledger.
  • Peer — the CPU and memory allocated to your peer.
  • Chaincode server — the CPU and memory allocated to the service running your chaincode.

Corda:

Quorum:

  • Node — the storage allocated to your Quorum node to maintain the ledger.
  • Geth — the CPU and memory allocated to GoQuorum.
  • Transaction manager — the CPU and memory allocated to the Tessera transaction manager. See also Quorum documentation: What is Tessera (opens new window).

MultiChain:

  • Node — the CPU, memory, and storage allocated to your MultiChain node.