12.1 Testnet Testing Phase Two Ignition

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Ran the voting script from my dedicated tMN running v0.12.1.0-b9bd116. Returned 4 "Governance object not found!" failures, but also many successes.

tMN has been running for close to 48 hours. Quick scanning of the debug.log indicates things are generally fairly healthy. About to start testing some mixing from other nodes now. :)
We're still getting things sorted regarding test data, etc, so there might be a few hiccups. I expect I'll perform another import with more accurate/valid data within another day or so, but feel free to keep running against this data as it's all a good test for the 12.1 network/Sentinel at this time.
 
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Anyone running any liquidity providers? Mixing isn't going very well so far, but I haven't been testing long, and I'm only using 1 node right now.
 

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Mixing doesn't work right now, I guess testnet needs to stabilize first. Too much non-compliant Masternodes at the moment.
how do we determine "compliance" it looks like 85% are on current version is that not enough? can the MN with the closed firewalls be dropped or banned?
 
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Just echoing what @eduffield is saying, eventually it's inevitable that we'll have people VOLUNTARILY delegating their votes to third parties. This month we had 26 proposals to vote on, which is manageable. But what happens when the price of Dash goes higher and higher, and suddenly we have 2600 proposals per month to vote on? Sure, by then most masternode owners will be able to "retire" and simply "manage" their masternodes full time. But what of the people who can't, or won't, or simply aren't interested in doing so?

I think the system should (and will be) voluntary, but eventually something like that will happen. In fact, I'd be very surprised if it hasn't happened already. I can almost guarantee that there are people who have delegated their mnprivkeys to others on the network to vote for them.

It's effectively a republican form of government, just like in the real world. I wouldn't worry too much about it for the time being, but Evan is always looking forward to the future and building tools that we don't need now but will be glad to have when the time comes.
 

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Just echoing what @eduffield is saying, eventually it's inevitable that we'll have people VOLUNTARILY delegating their votes to third parties. This month we had 26 proposals to vote on, which is manageable. But what happens when the price of Dash goes higher and higher, and suddenly we have 2600 proposals per month to vote on? Sure, by then most masternode owners will be able to "retire" and simply "manage" their masternodes full time. But what of the people who can't, or won't, or simply aren't interested in doing so?

I think the system should (and will be) voluntary, but eventually something like that will happen. In fact, I'd be very surprised if it hasn't happened already. I can almost guarantee that there are people who have delegated their mnprivkeys to others on the network to vote for them.

It's effectively a republican form of government, just like in the real world. I wouldn't worry too much about it for the time being, but Evan is always looking forward to the future and building tools that we don't need now but will be glad to have when the time comes.
How does this relate to testnet? Maybe you posted in wrong thread.
 

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How does this relate to testnet? Maybe you posted in wrong thread.
This post of Evans back on the first page:
Small Update

I'm going to be leading our testing of the sentinel platform by creating a real world simulation of what we're actually going to use the superblock system for. This basically comes down to needing to ensure that we can process more than 100 proposals that are generated from the community, so we're going to use real data for this process. The problem is basically herding cats at this point, it's hard to get everything humming with so many people involved.

The solution? I'm thinking we should add a small feature to sentinel, vote mirroring. The operator should be able to pick another trusted masternode that they would like to base their votes off of, then they will mirror all of these.

On mainnet, the feature could be expanded to allow us to enable an idea we've had for awhile, which is to create small committees which review proposals and then vote internally, then signal their decision to the network. We could have multiple independent committees of this kind doing research, even completely disagreeing at times. Masternode operators would then decide how much time they think they can spend on research and determine if they would like to do the research themselves, or trust one of these elected bodies to do the research on their behalf. Just an idea :)

I am still working the list of proposals to test and other requirements for making sure 12.1 is rock solid. More soon...
"Committees" sets alarm bells ringing for me but otherwise a big thumbs up, being able to delegate decision making is an essential step imho.
 
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Dedicated tMN updated to v0.12.1.0-0d324ea. Seeing quite a bit of "last dsq too recent, must wait" messages in the debug.log. Is the problem with mixing really related to tMNs running old code? Seems we have a lot more tMNs than usual, so isn't it a pretty safe assumption that most of them are running at least v0.12.1.0-b9bd116?
 

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Are there going to be any improvements to mixing in Dash? Current system is a huge failure. It would almost be better to remove the feature than to keep having a broken feature.
 

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Are there going to be any improvements to mixing in Dash? Current system is a huge failure. It would almost be better to remove the feature than to keep having a broken feature.
Its not working now, but when it is, its fast in v12.1, testnet masternodes are problem currently.
 

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Are there going to be any improvements to mixing in Dash? Current system is a huge failure. It would almost be better to remove the feature than to keep having a broken feature.
Once everything is stable on Testnet, you should try the option multi-session mixing (its off by default i think in your wallet).
 

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I tried to sync three wallets today after having removed all the .dat files and debug.log
(so its syncing from existing blockchain) and downloading the most recent version on dashpay.atlassian.net
and found a sync problem with one of those three wallets :

v0.12.1.0-1eb399c
Windows 64bit qt wallet

It gets stuck in an endless loop of following message :

Synchronization failed 25% --> Synchronizing sporks 25% --> Synchronizing masternodes goes from 0% to 25% --> Synchronizing masternodes --> Synchronization failed 25%

FYI

I think i will delete whole blockchain and resync from scratch to have this solved.

update : it managed to sync correctly after awhile all by itself, i didnt need to do anything.
 

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Yep, Synchronization failed message is norm at this time, maybe @UdjinM6 can fix/explain this?
 

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Updated my dedicated tMN to v0.12.1.0-1eb399c. Seeing lots of nodes attempting to mix with the old protocol version, but otherwise debug.log is looking pretty healthy. Can make ~2 hours to help test today, but it would be nice to get some direction from the core devs before doing so.
 

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Sync worked ok, no failed message anymore.

Mixing looks promising...
EDIT: nah, does not work.

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Here is one. But I end up with Sentinel not being able to talk to MySQL, it 'aborts' the connections from Sentinel.
Fresh Ubuntu 16.04, MN works without issues.
Do you have any output that you could cut & paste here regarding your Sentinel/MySQL connection issues?
 

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Do you have any output that you could cut & paste here regarding your Sentinel/MySQL connection issues?
Test py went ok, cronjob py gave a exception witch bc sql error. MySQL log gave this:

2016-10-06T19:08:19.131810Z 29 [Note] Aborted connection 29 to db: 'sentinel' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:08:19.471148Z 30 [Note] Aborted connection 30 to db: 'sentinel' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:09:55.041774Z 31 [Note] Aborted connection 31 to db: 'sentinel_test' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:09:55.233005Z 32 [Note] Aborted connection 32 to db: 'sentinel_test' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)

But it works now. Seems reboot is essential here, as stated in your notes!
 

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Test py went ok, cronjob py gave a exception witch bc sql error. MySQL log gave this:

2016-10-06T19:08:19.131810Z 29 [Note] Aborted connection 29 to db: 'sentinel' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:08:19.471148Z 30 [Note] Aborted connection 30 to db: 'sentinel' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:09:55.041774Z 31 [Note] Aborted connection 31 to db: 'sentinel_test' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)
2016-10-06T19:09:55.233005Z 32 [Note] Aborted connection 32 to db: 'sentinel_test' user: 'sentinel' host: 'localhost' (Got an error reading communication packets)

But it works now. Seems reboot is essential here, as stated in your notes!
Huh, yeah, that looks like a MySQL thing specifically. When in doubt, reboot! ;-)
 

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Is the 9/21 build in the OP still the most recent test build and the one we should be running?
 

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