v0.10.15.x Testing

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illodin

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Actually we are in search for a group of people who will compile darkcoin independently from us - and confirm the official build result. If you are interested and like to contribute PM me :)
Does it compile with Visual Studio? If it would, you'd easily get many people to confirm the result.
 

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I can run testnet masternodes on my regular masternode servers simultaneously with main net masternodes, right? All I just need to do is open the additional port and use the -datadir param?
 

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I can run testnet masternodes on my regular masternode servers simultaneously with main net masternodes, right? All I just need to do is open the additional port and use the -datadir param?
Right, you need to open port 19999/TCP and use different datadir - or better: create another user for exclusive use for testnet on the server, that way you have better separation of concerns.
 

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Actually we are in search for a group of people who will compile darkcoin independently from us - and confirm the official build result. If you are interested and like to contribute PM me :)
Can Visual Studio 6 Professional Edition be used to compile darkcoin?
 

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Sorry for being a thick brunette but I thought it could only be compiled in QT? Or are you talking about the daemon?

And what are gitian cross compiles? Is that a compiler? I wanna learn (sorry for all the Qs)
 

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Sorry for being a thick brunette but I thought it could only be compiled in QT? Or are you talking about the daemon?
QT a cross platform library for C++ GUI development. So it all boils down to compile C++ source codes - regardless of darkcoin-qt or darkcoind :)
 

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Getting a need 6 confirmations on vin error which i know is false. Started with new wallet.dat and will report back.

Edit: weirdest thing about it is, i forgot to update darkcoind before running on testnest, and MN started proper. Then I updated darkcoind and even though I had 3 x 1000 vins, couldn't get past error message regardless of time/effort.
 
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Getting a need 6 confirmations on vin error which i know is false. Started with new wallet.dat and will report back.

Edit: weirdest thing about it is, i forgot to update darkcoind before running on testnest, and MN started proper. Then I updated darkcoind and even though I had 3 x 1000 vins, couldn't get past error message regardless of time/effort.
Could be because of https://darkcointalk.org/threads/v0-15-testing.2611/page-2#post-24416
Waited till 200 and it started as it should. I didn't try to start somewhere in between though, I was sleeping :)
 
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after starting darkcoin daemon, my testnet masternode is printing messages in the console like this "nBlockHeight2 44492 44679" it never used to do this. Is this expected behavior?
 

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Looking good so far, more masternodes!



[email protected]:~$ ./darkcoind masternode list
{
"23.23.186.131:19999" : 1,
"108.61.198.220:19999" : 1
}


[email protected]:~$ ./darkcoind masternode winners
{
"44514" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44515" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44516" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44517" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44518" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44519" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44520" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44521" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44522" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44523" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44524" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44525" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44526" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44527" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44528" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44529" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44530" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44531" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44532" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44533" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44534" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44535" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44536" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44537" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44538" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44539" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44540" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44541" : "n2DKaeDaCftqSszV8bURcmSsQhyryGU37B",
"44542" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o",
"44543" : "n3477ZfbKrovCAZ8WgBHHk1f9YwzWgjJ3o"
I'll bolt on a tMN to my VPS this morning. Quick question guys, can I run a tMN on the same server as my live MN? I'd be using a different user profile obviously, but would I need an additional IP? I'd have thought I'd be ok as testnet runs on a different port?

Walter
 

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I PM'd Evan about the number of confirmations, as I couldn't figure out what else I was doing wrong, and he confirmed that yes, you now need 200 confirms, due to tx malleability. (Forthcoming InstanTX?) Crouton testnet MN 176.126.247.191 now started, after 6 hours sleep waiting for the blockchain to roll by...

Code:
successfully started masternode
[email protected]:~/.darkcoin# ./darkcoind masternode list
{
  "23.23.186.131:19999" : 1,
  "108.61.198.220:19999" : 1,
  "198.50.148.87:19999" : 1,
  "92.222.10.179:19999" : 1,
  "50.248.181.2:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.81.45:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.84.193:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.88.75:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.83.84:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.223.5:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.248.36:19999" : 1,
  "178.62.203.249:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.225.170:19999" : 1,
  "176.126.247.191:19999" : 1
}
 
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I PM'd Evan about the number of confirmations, as I couldn't figure out what else I was doing wrong, and he confirmed that yes, you now need 200 confirms, due to tx malleability. (Forthcoming InstanTX?) Crouton testnet MN 176.126.247.191 now started, after 6 hours sleep waiting for the blockchain to roll by...

Code:
successfully started masternode
[email protected]:~/.darkcoin# ./darkcoind masternode list
{
  "23.23.186.131:19999" : 1,
  "108.61.198.220:19999" : 1,
  "198.50.148.87:19999" : 1,
  "92.222.10.179:19999" : 1,
  "50.248.181.2:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.81.45:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.84.193:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.88.75:19999" : 1,
  "54.68.83.84:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.223.5:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.248.36:19999" : 1,
  "178.62.203.249:19999" : 1,
  "188.226.225.170:19999" : 1,
  "176.126.247.191:19999" : 1
}
For reference, this is where the number of confirmations was changed from 6 to 200 - which means the error message is misleading and WRONG.

https://github.com/darkcoin/darkcoi...eff6#diff-e8db9b851adc2422aadfffca88f14c91L44

Filed it as bug in JIRA :)

http://jira.darkcoin.qa/browse/DRK-97
 

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I'll bolt on a tMN to my VPS this morning. Quick question guys, can I run a tMN on the same server as my live MN? I'd be using a different user profile obviously, but would I need an additional IP? I'd have thought I'd be ok as testnet runs on a different port?

Walter
Yes, you can run a tMN on the same machine as your mainnet nodes. Testnet Masternodes use port 19999.

So just
- create a new user
- switch to this user
- create ~/.darkcoin/darkcoin.conf with testnet=1
- start darkcoind

Additionally you'll have to open port 19999/TCP to 0.0.0.0 on your firewall/AWS security group.
 
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Yes, you can run a tMN on the same machine as your mainnet nodes. Testnet Masternodes use port 19999.

So just
- create a new user
- switch to this user
- create ~/.darkcoin/darkcoin.conf with testnet=1
- start darkcoind

Additionally you'll have to open port 19999/TCP to 0.0.0.0 on your firewall/AWS security group.
Thanks Flare, so just follow the same procedure as for live MN just put testnet=1 in the config. Cool. I've got two IPs on my vps so I'll set up two tMN's :)

Walter
 
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progress bar is strange
2.00000002 / 3 * 100% != 100% imho :)
 

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Ok, so I was in bed trying to sleep when I last posted, so I'm just trying to set up my masternodes now. I read we now need to wait 200 confirmations before we can start them, however, my wallet says 6 confirmations are needed, and I have 15 so... since I expected the error, no problem, but the notification in the qt wallet is incorrect :D
 

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Ok, so I was in bed trying to sleep when I last posted, so I'm just trying to set up my masternodes now. I read we now need to wait 200 confirmations before we can start them, however, my wallet says 6 confirmations are needed, and I have 15 so... since I expected the error, no problem, but the notification in the qt wallet is incorrect :D
This bug is being tracked here:
http://jira.darkcoin.qa/browse/DRK-97
 

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Hey guys, have what seems to be a pretty serious issue to report. Last night I took a couple masternodes from mainnet to testnet, was confused about 200 confirmations, and left the not-activated tmasternodes running to support the network anyway. I noticed on poolhash today that they were both showing as active on mainnet, which I thought was odd. Checked them on drk.mn and they showed as active but with port closed. Sort of shrugged it off, until I just received a payment to one on mainnet, just a few minutes ago.
 
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Walter

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I *think* i now have two test masternodes running on my VPS. Set them up the same as my mainnet ones (cold windows wallet). How do I check that they are now active? I've got 'masternode successfully started' on my windows wallet when activating for both but when I do a 'masternode list' my IP's don't appear in the list count... Sorry for the dumb question!

Walter
 
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