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For the members of the community who have dynamic IPs, I wrote a script that changes all the IP related configuration files of the dashcore before starting the program. Here you are:
Code:
#!/bin/bash
myoldip=`cat ~/.dashcore/dash.conf|grep externalip|cut -f2 -d"="|cut -f1 -d":"`
myip=`curl -s http://icanhazip.com`
echo "my old ip=" $myoldip
echo "my curr ip=" $myip
mv ~/.dashcore/dash.conf ~/.dashcore/dash.confold
cat ~/.dashcore/dash.confold|sed -e s/$myoldip/$myip/g >  ~/.dashcore/dash.conf
mv ~/.dashcore/masternode.conf ~/.dashcore/masternode.confold
cat ~/.dashcore/masternode.confold|sed -e s/$myoldip/$myip/g > ~/.dashcore/masternode.conf
mv ~/.dashcore/testnet3/masternode.conf ~/.dashcore/testnet3/masternode.confold
cat ~/.dashcore/testnet3/masternode.confold|sed -e s/$myoldip/$myip/g > ~/.dashcore/testnet3/masternode.conf
sleep 2
./dash-qt
When your gui starts, you will initially see the old IP in the masternodes Tab.
Press the "Start alias" button to fix the problem.


Please someone to help me with the WATCHDOG_EXPIRE / JSONRPC port problem of sentinel, I cannot solve it and my masternode expires.
 
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Please someone to help me with the WATCHDOG_EXPIRE / JSONRPC port problem of sentinel, I cannot solve it and my masternode expires.
Nobody can help you if you are stupid.

does it look the same?
Code:
rpcuser=demo
Code:
rpcuser=demo
well it is NOT!!!

There is a space after demo!
This is bug, you don't expect amateurs to know that a space matters, do you?
I reported it as an issue.
 
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There is a space after demo!
This is bug, you don't expect amateurs to know that a space matters, do you?
I reported it as an issue.
Let me report to the community that the core team denies that this issue exists.
I challege everyone to test it in their machine, and report here the results. Please do it.

edit ~/.dashcore/dash.conf and insert/change the following line:
rpcuser=demodun <--- add a space at the end of the name
then edit ~/.dashcore/sentinel/sentinel.conf
rpcuser=demodun<---- without a space at the end

then
cd ~/.dashcore
./dashd
cd sentinel
./venv/bin/py.test ./test

...and you will see that sentinel cannot connect to dashd.

You can see it, don't you? I am not crazy , am I?
I am afraid! Please help me discover the truth....:confused:o_O:eek::oops:
 
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If you are running testnet masternode pls update it to the latest binaries and make sure it’s a) synced and b) ENABLED. We are going to start final stress test soon (tm) :)
 

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All testnet nodes updated to v0.12.2.0-ceda3ab. Let's do this! :)
 
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All testnet nodes updated to v0.12.2.0-ceda3ab. Let's do this! :)
I am not using precompiled binaries. I compile my test masternode.
Where can I find this version in github? :confused:
 
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Oh shoot, I updated my sentinel JIK, but I just did a git pull. That means I got the main branch sentinel, right? Is the proper way git pull -b ?
 

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Oh shoot, I updated my sentinel JIK, but I just did a git pull. That means I got the main branch sentinel, right? Is the proper way git pull -b ?
Yes. For sentinel you should be using "-b core-v0.12.2.x" (not sure why the "core-" is in there).
 

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Well, what I did, it must have worked because my tMNs are working and paying out. I did update sentinel when we started using the -b option when I downloaded. I "updated" sentinel with git pull only. Nothing else worked, and it must be OK.

I'm currently trying to mix, and it always says "waiting in queue" and nothing happens (at 51% all day). So I guess nobody else is currently mixing? How is the "stress test" working? I think we should all be mixing during the "Stress test" no?
 

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Well, what I did, it must have worked because my tMNs are working and paying out. I did update sentinel when we started using the -b option when I downloaded. I "updated" sentinel with git pull only. Nothing else worked, and it must be OK.

I'm currently trying to mix, and it always says "waiting in queue" and nothing happens (at 51% all day). So I guess nobody else is currently mixing? How is the "stress test" working? I think we should all be mixing during the "Stress test" no?
Sounds like you're probably fine, but to be 100% sure just "grep branch ~/.dashcore/sentinel/.git/config" :)

I do have 1 wallet mixing on testnet right now, but it's nearing completion. I will bring a few more online soon. We should all be doing as much experimentation as possible IMO. @flare I notice https://test.explorer.dash.org/ is returning a 502. Mostly wondering how big of blocks we've managed to create lately.
 

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Sounds like you're probably fine, but to be 100% sure just "grep branch ~/.dashcore/sentinel/.git/config" :)

I do have 1 wallet mixing on testnet right now, but it's nearing completion. I will bring a few more online soon. We should all be doing as much experimentation as possible IMO. @flare I notice https://test.explorer.dash.org/ is returning a 502. Mostly wondering how big of blocks we've managed to create lately.
Yeah, chaeplin killed it - i'll need to move to a more powerful VPS :)
 

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I think it looks good :) [branch "core-v0.12.2.x"]

I'm wondering what/where all these charges come from?
 

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I think it looks good :) [branch "core-v0.12.2.x"]

I'm wondering what/where all these charges come from?
Hmmm.. What do you mean by "charges"? "Create Denominations" are txes breaking non-denominated funds into 10,1,0.1,0.01, and like any other tx they must pay fees (like always).
 

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I have created many txs and run two pools.
`max block size set` is `blockmaxsize=1900000`(1.9M) (can be up to 2000000)(2MB)

a tx has 1 input / 1 out ---> 7000 ~ 8000 txs per block(1.9M)
a tx has 3 inputs / 3 outs ---> 3000 ~ 4000 txs per block(1.9M)
a tx has 10 inputs / 3 outs ---> 1000 ~ 2000 txs per block(1.9M)
 
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Nobody can help you if you are stupid.

does it look the same?
Code:
rpcuser=demo
Code:
rpcuser=demo
well it is NOT!!!

There is a space after demo!
This is bug, you don't expect amateurs to know that a space matters, do you?
I reported it as an issue.
This must be dumbest bug report I've seen in a long time. Stop reporting user stupidity as a bug wasting our developers precious time. Nobody is going to auto-trim spaces. Do you think you're the first person to experience this? God... why won't you just leave.
 
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This must be dumbest bug report I've seen in a long time. Stop reporting user stupidity as a bug wasting our developers precious time. Nobody is going to auto-trim spaces. Do you think you're the first person to experience this? God... why won't you just leave.
https://www.google.com/search?q=trailing+spaces
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21410075/what-is-trailing-whitespace-and-how-can-i-handle-this
https://stackoverflow.com/questions...d-whats-the-difference-between-it-and-a-blank

Why is trailing whitespace a big deal?
 

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Thanks for proving my point, dim-oh. As I said: Nobody is ever going to "fix" this, because it's like trying to "fix" the "bug" of people driving their cars off a cliff. Surely it must be the car's fault, right?
 
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Thanks for proving my point, dim-oh. As I said: Nobody is ever going to "fix" this, because it's like trying to "fix" the "bug" of people driving their cars against off a cliff. Surely it must be the car's fault, right?
Trailing spaces keyword has 2.880.000 google search results.
Guess why....Only a dumb is unable to understand why...
 

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"Car accident" gives me 43.1 million google search results. What do I win?
You win nothing.
Only a dumb is unable to understand that the dumbs are the majority in this world, and that the world has been designed for them.
 

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Oh dim-oh, you never fail to entertain with your nonsense. Now get back to "testing", you might find another bug. Like having too little RAM will crash the client. Better open an issue on Github :eek:
 
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Oh dim-oh, you never fail to entertain with your nonsense. Now get back to "testing", you might find another bug. Like having too little RAM will crash the client. Better open an issue on Github :eek:
Of course this may be a bug.

It is not always the client that crashes. Having too little RAM and a bad programming technique, this may not cause just the client to crash. This may cause the whole system to crash. And this is obviously a bug.

Having said that, I will test whether the memory is allocated on the heap, and report it as bug.

@UdjinM6 already admitted that bitcoin has a design error regarding their gui, which he personally reported it, back in 2015. Unfortunately this bug remains unsolved, as I also have pointed when I reinvented the wheel. If the bitcoin developers insist of not fixing this rather simple design error of their gui, I suspect that the memory allocation errors could also be numerous, more hidden and more severe.
 
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Hmmm.. What do you mean by "charges"? "Create Denominations" are txes breaking non-denominated funds into 10,1,0.1,0.01, and like any other tx they must pay fees (like always).
I didn't know you had to pay fees for denominations. I don't remember that when I was mixing all the time?? It was like a random fee once in a while based on chance.

Anyway, could you explain how the fees are calculated or tell me where to look, they seem random and kind of weird :) Thanks :)
 

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I should give more exact number of txs per block, but I failed.

The following is usual size of a tx(byte) and number of txs per block(2M, 1.9M)
12 + (148 * number of inputs) + (33 * number of outputs )


1 input / 1 output : 193 --> 2000000 / 193 : 10362
3 input / 3 output : 555 --> 2000000 / 555 : 3606
10 input / 3 output : 1591 --> 2000000 / 1591 : 1257

1 input / 1 output : 193 --> 1900000 / 193 : 9844
3 input / 3 output : 555 --> 1900000 / 555 : 3423
10 input / 3 output : 1591 --> 1900000 / 1591 : 1194


Following is a list of blocks over 1.8MB.
Code:
block_no / size / number_of_tx
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14783 1898964 2232
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14812 1898857 2233
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14984 1899276 4689
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14999 1899265 4657
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15001 1899155 4663
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19785 1898934 3430
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19812 1898957 3425
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19904 1899026 3424
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19913 1899337 3427
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19916 1899201 3433
19917 1899040 3428
19918 1899281 3420
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20037 1899225 3426
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20523 1899314 1189
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20543 1899057 1199
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20559 1899266 1210
20560 1898910 1203
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20564 1898785 1199
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20567 1899002 1207
20568 1898490 1199
20569 1899179 1209
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20572 1899173 1201
20573 1899185 1209
20574 1899244 1202
20575 1898990 1207
20576 1898924 1205
20577 1899244 1221
20578 1898813 1211
20712 1898963 3430
20719 1899359 3427
full 2MB blocks
Code:
20936 0000000032a320fdaf44ab6646f1e21882ad2d4b3c49d3d8b2deef8218ee3a53 3608 1997926
20937 00000000a100f7c3aef2b86018690fb788aea39537982af2f136d090df1269e2 3601 1998144
20938 000000008fb46fca8852de9e09cfdda648d3acc01f8a49797355bd3820b57168 3609 1997900
20939 000000003e3067b06e8f9799d09cbe4b1824b1e8f051fc215dfb0b753daa0241 3611 1998207
20940 000000018b5832bff723a2aa656fb9e232d9383d18bad2c79acc92355c1b930d 3607 1998120
20941 000000001befb5e0b79b187b9293b4c642d103322759863d12116692df9c1959 3605 1998315
20942 000000017dc03fb4b196103aa6df6a247ccf18453e28333af31a85dfb61d91d4 3600 1997830
20943 00000000863a8f0e6e50d0b73c66556f652d94835a704f9bb452455f3a20a345 3598 1998176
20944 000000014d2123113bb831ce75d6589ed4a1381917f589aac1e5bf940ad2e26d 3593 1998036

I have created many txs and run two pools.
`max block size set` is `blockmaxsize=1900000`(1.9M) (can be up to 2000000)(2MB)

a tx has 1 input / 1 out ---> 7000 ~ 8000 txs per block(1.9M)
a tx has 3 inputs / 3 outs ---> 3000 ~ 4000 txs per block(1.9M)
a tx has 10 inputs / 3 outs ---> 1000 ~ 2000 txs per block(1.9M)
 
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