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  1. t0dd

    Filling up my debug.log: ProcessMessages(version, 138 bytes) FAILED ...

    No response from anyone here in the forums, but for completeness: It all eventually cleared out. But it had been doing this for quite some time. For how long? I don't know. But what I did was delete all the .dat files shut down for a bit, and then cranked everything back up. The FAILED messages...
  2. t0dd

    Filling up my debug.log: ProcessMessages(version, 138 bytes) FAILED ...

    I did the same thing with the 0.15 MN and the issue did not go away with it. I continue to troubleshoot. . . . 2020-02-21 04:08:49 ProcessMessages(version, 138 bytes) FAILED peer=7046 2020-02-21 04:08:49 ThreadSocketHandler -- removing node: peer=7046 nRefCount=2 fInbound=0 fMasternode=1...
  3. t0dd

    Filling up my debug.log: ProcessMessages(version, 138 bytes) FAILED ...

    Okay. After 2900+ repetitions (the 0.14 MN still), it stopped logging the failure. I don't understand what just happened. First failure was: 2020-02-20 22:49:19 UpdateTip: new best=0000000000000005be39b2e4fe54b9a8f895c321916f69b51aba1acc6c308de6 height=1224859 version=0x20000000...
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    Filling up my debug.log: ProcessMessages(version, 138 bytes) FAILED ...

    I'm in the process of upgrading production masternodes to 0.15. I see this in a 0.14 MN. (Note that the IP address here is not the IP address of my MN). I upgraded one MN to 0.15 and it is seeing similar messages but without the explicit addr=<IP>. I thought it would clear out eventually, but...
  5. t0dd

    v15.0 Testing

    Well, the packaging is in tarball form. ;) Reminds me of Slackware from back in the day. If you want to use the exact tarball requested by the system, it is this: https://github.com/rust-lang-nursery/libbacktrace/archive/rust-snapshot-2018-05-22/libbacktrace-rust-snapshot-2018-05-22.tar.gz with...
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    v15.0 Testing

    @netkeeper I had the same issue. Now, I can't recall the precise set of circumstances that led to it, but ... it is probably associated to either (a) you aren't allowing the depends build system to download and build the libbacktrace tarball, or (b) that does happen, but your build is forgetting...
  7. t0dd

    The Core development team is pleased to share that DashCore v0.14.0.4 has been released

    RPMs for Fedora (and RHEL/CentOS in the test repo) built, tested, and now in deployment. https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm
  8. t0dd

    Overview of Mainnet Stress Test and Dash Core v0.14.0.3 Release

    RPMs built for Fedora 29 and 30 and running on my MNs... So... Available for update if you have been using these in the past... https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm UPDATE: I appreciate the thumbsup and such from a few folks. But I posted an incorrect link that lead to a entire different...
  9. t0dd

    v14.0 Testing

    The format for the `masternode list full` and `info` commands has changed. Was this intentional? And looking at the help text there seems to be a bunch of changes to the list command. Is there documentation somewhere related to this? Or should I file a bug? Options and formats for 0.14... $...
  10. t0dd

    v14.0 Testing

    RPMs built in the test repo as of a few hours ago... For more information, see: https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm
  11. t0dd

    Dash Core v0.13 on Mainnet

    For folks that platform on Red Hat/Fedora based distributions... 0.13.0 has been long in testing and was rolled into the stable repositories quite promptly after the release (though delayed for a few hours due to a packaging hiccup). Unfortunately my documentation lagged by a day. But they have...
  12. t0dd

    51% Wallet Claims

    Thank you for this. Honesty in the crypto-space is a refreshing change versus the more defensive posture other projects seem to embrace. This is definitely a concern in principle, but certainly not a panic issue for all the reasons you mentioned (a more default instantsend and, in the near...
  13. t0dd

    v13.0 Testing

    Access to Fedora packages can be found here: https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm man dashd gives me... DASHD(1) User Commands DASHD(1) NAME dashd - manual page for...
  14. t0dd

    Sentinel v1.3.0 release

    Note: If you are running a masternode using my RPM builds - https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm - you just have to log into your masternode server, `sudo dnf upgrade dashcore-sentinel -y` and ... you're done. Tested with dash core 0.12.3 (current mainnet) and 0.13.0 (testnet). No reboots or...
  15. t0dd

    v13.0 Testing

    What will the next version of Sentinel be? 1.3.0? I need to know for my test builds.
  16. t0dd

    New CoPay Beta for Android landed today...

    Reference previous testing: https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/co-pay-testing-review-android-8-1-0-on-pixel-xl-log.39110/#post-191402 Results of a 5 minute of testing, more to come when I have time... Bug, maybe: created new wallet. It created two with the same name. I say maybe because I...
  17. t0dd

    System wide Masternode Setup with Systemd auto (re)start RFC

    Philosophical comments and why I built the Fedora/RHEL/CentOS packages the way I did (from which @xkcd developed some of this configuration)... If you are running a masternode, robustness and repeatability matters -- you need to run it like a sysadmin even if you are not a sysadmin...
  18. t0dd

    Co-pay testing review - Android 8.1.0 on Pixel XL Log

    I send any amount from the copay wallet... and I have to wait... 15 to 20 minutes to send again. ??? The more I use it the more I think the UTXOs are not managed properly. Or there is some logic error going on in the UI.
  19. t0dd

    Dash v12.3 Release Announcement - available July 3rd

    Sorry. Fixed in the original posting. https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm/tree/master/documentation And yes... Dash Masternode Tool works with it (and I build an RPM version of that as well, but you can use any build you want). I use a Trezor and the dash-masternode-tool myself.
  20. t0dd

    Dash v12.3 Release Announcement - available July 3rd

    Are you running DashCore on Fedora, CentOS or RHEL using my RPMs? If so, everything has been updated for the new release at https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm Please note the upgrade instructions found here: https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm/tree/master/documentation Read: "Upgrading...
  21. t0dd

    Co-pay testing review - Android 8.1.0 on Pixel XL Log

    Android 8.1.0 - Nexus 5x Issue number 9 is the most significant. It's the same issue I brought up with the copay wallet we tested in January. Read on... 1. Upon receipt of dash... no notification. I.e., For example, if The Dash Wallet (hashengineering) receives a payment, I will get a system...
  22. t0dd

    Dash v12.3 Release Announcement - available July 3rd

    Please. Pretty please. Tag dashpay/sentinel 1.2.0 in concert? Not having that official tag adds ambiguity to my Fedora builds. Thanks. :) Flare? Nathan?
  23. t0dd

    v12.3 Testing

    For Fedora/CentOS/RHEL folks that are comfortable with systemd (managing a node like a sys-admin)... my builds of 12.3 are updated and available in the test repos. Starting point: https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm and then read the README.binaries.md document, which will then lead you to the...
  24. t0dd

    What's Going on at Dash?

    Thank you for this, folks!
  25. t0dd

    Consensus 2018 - Live from NYC

    One of these conferences, I really want to man a booth.
  26. t0dd

    Version 12.2 release

    Fedora Linux 28 was released today: https://getfedora.org/ https://fedoramagazine.org/announcing-fedora-28/ As such, I have built 12.2 packages for the new OS. If you are running Fedora 27, a simple upgrade from 27 to 28 should be smooth sailing and everything should "just work" (it's literally...
  27. t0dd

    Pre-Proposal - Visual Identity

    MY VOTE: Tharp and Clark First off, let me say that I am darn happy because the I generally like both Ogilvy's and T&C's designs. So, that was a pleasant surprise. Here's my 2-duff summary: Simple is better. It scales in use case more cleanly. T&C wins hands down in this department. We need...
  28. t0dd

    Edge Wallet (formerly Airbitz) adds DASH

    And... It's live! https://blog.edgesecure.co/edge-wallet-is-live-d844cc483210 ...and... https://www.dashforcenews.com/edge-secure-wallet-review/
  29. t0dd

    Dash Core Group Q4 2017 Summary Call

    Read your link again. But we all know this behavior. A concern troll for example, is a prototypical passive aggressive. Anyone that questions or comments with embedded or "subtle insult" is also typical (like the questioner in this thread). All they have earned is to be flagged as someone I ignore.
  30. t0dd

    Dash Core Group Q4 2017 Summary Call

    They are decent questions. But not asked in a reasonable way. Therefore, I wouldn't even bother. Passive aggression receives silence from me. I advocate the same response (no response) from Dash Core.
  31. t0dd

    Dash Core Group Q4 2017 Summary Call

    My previous employer (fortune 500 tech company) used Bluejeans for large international conference meetings pretty successfully (for all meetings actually). It's "cheap rate" limits to 75 people though. I don't know what their "expensive rate" is. You can probably pay for one-offs as well (you...
  32. t0dd

    Dash Core Group Q4 2017 Summary Call

    First a request, then some questions... Request: 0. The Dash Nation chat on discord is *the* community interface. A significant chunk of the core group is not interactive at all. I would request that all team members, top-to-bottom, endeavor to have a presence there. I'm not suggesting that...
  33. t0dd

    Questions about InstantSend behavior in a flooded network

    So, this is something that needs to be addressed from a usability point of view for both the CoPay wallet and for the Evolution UI. People already are, and will increasingly be (as adoption rises), confused in how InstantSend versus a traditional transaction work. For a traditional...
  34. t0dd

    Questions about InstantSend behavior in a flooded network

    And that short period of time is the killer feature. It solves the confidence gap problem.... which will be in my article.
  35. t0dd

    Questions about InstantSend behavior in a flooded network

    # Interesting point: InstantSend funds received are treated no differently than any other funds Photosynthesis on discord brought this up as a surprise in user experience. The Dash Wallet will recognize an InstantSent payment as having 6 confirmations in its UI. But this is deceiving. It does...
  36. t0dd

    Questions about InstantSend behavior in a flooded network

    Thanks for all this. A lot to think about. This is why they make simulation languages. This is a particularly tough problem to really understand. Maybe a scheduled stresstest would be beneficial. Doing that against testnet would be subpar though because testnet is so... desolate. It's too...
  37. t0dd

    Questions about InstantSend behavior in a flooded network

    I'm working on a DashForceNews article that discusses scale from a user/merchant perspective. Capacity, throughput, latency, response times... throughout the phases of an interaction between a payer and a payee... The stated transaction "speed" of Dash is approximately 48 transactions per...
  38. t0dd

    Congratulations Fernando Gutierrez - Dash Core Group, Chief Marketing Officer

    Congratulations, Fernando! This is an effort that needs structure and guidance. Glad to see you take it on formally. Good luck!
  39. t0dd

    Version 12.2 release

    Note, no offense was taken. I just was more surprised that I wasn't reached out to. I have been building these since 12.0, very involved with testing for 12.1 with that version being the official first release. Since I wasn't contacted and have never had my builds "announced" similarly by core...
  40. t0dd

    Version 12.2 release

    Um... okay. And here, for quite some time as well.https://github.com/taw00/dashcore-rpm Oleg, team, no offense, but do you want me to cease and desist? Or combine our work? Or... ?