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August 09, 2016, 07:21:07 PM
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I see community is picking up the speed  Cool also it is self moderating I have also noticed we have nice breakdown between different types of people, investors, hardware hackers, many "legends" too,

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August 09, 2016, 07:28:40 PM
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Any ETA? I want to stakeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Cheesy Cheesy

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August 09, 2016, 07:58:10 PM
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Over me head using Ubuntu to set up them nodes. For are basic windows user which alot of us ade a guide would be better. May be simple for some but for me and others included it isn't.

pjcltd/Paul You thinking of providing this to make nodes cheaper? Be saving you money as well with all these ips your buying.
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August 09, 2016, 08:04:11 PM
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There is no point in writing a guide for a script at that level. It is meant to be used on a scale and work 99% automatically without input and any "schischi" as we say around here.

Run this script on a Ubuntu 16.04 vultr VPS and replace the masternode keys in the config files. There is nothing complicated to it, just give it a shot.

Can you explain how it works with multiple ips? How many ips does vultr give you? What spec would you need for it to work on however many vps you have running?

Not sure about vultr... but you can have multiple IP#s on the same interface. As long as traffic for them is being route there by your service provider. If your service provider uses ipv6, you can easily and cheaply get more IP numbers.

On my masternode hosts, I put several IP#s on my local interface "lo"  and connect TOR to those local addresse.. Each Darknet instance darknet.conf will need a different setting for bind and rpcbind... For example can use 127.0.0.1 for masternode 1 and 127.0.0.2 for masternode 2   ... 127.0.0.254 if you have enough memory, cores and disk in one machine for that many masternodes.

I'll post a guide for putting setting up masternodes with TOR soonish...
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August 09, 2016, 08:09:45 PM
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Over me head using Ubuntu to set up them nodes. For are basic windows user which alot of us ade a guide would be better. May be simple for some but for me and others included it isn't.

pjcltd/Paul You thinking of providing this to make nodes cheaper? Be saving you money as well with all these ips your buying.


im looking at it yes
but not should how much cheaper i can get at $1.5 a month



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August 09, 2016, 08:14:10 PM
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There is no point in writing a guide for a script at that level. It is meant to be used on a scale and work 99% automatically without input and any "schischi" as we say around here.

Run this script on a Ubuntu 16.04 vultr VPS and replace the masternode keys in the config files. There is nothing complicated to it, just give it a shot.

Can you explain how it works with multiple ips? How many ips does vultr give you? What spec would you need for it to work on however many vps you have running?

Not sure about vultr... but you can have multiple IP#s on the same interface. As long as traffic for them is being route there by your service provider. If your service provider uses ipv6, you can easily and cheaply get more IP numbers.

On my masternode hosts, I put several IP#s on my local interface "lo"  and connect TOR to those local addresse.. Each Darknet instance darknet.conf will need a different setting for bind and rpcbind... For example can use 127.0.0.1 for masternode 1 and 127.0.0.2 for masternode 2   ... 127.0.0.254 if you have enough memory, cores and disk in one machine for that many masternodes.

I'll post a guide for putting setting up masternodes with TOR soonish...
Yeah, thats almost exactly how i would it. As soon as that is implemented by me, vultr is optional. I still highly recommend them as masternodes cause quite some traffic now and with my script you can install up to 5 masternodes on a 5$ / month vultr instance.

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August 09, 2016, 08:17:14 PM
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Over me head using Ubuntu to set up them nodes. For are basic windows user which alot of us ade a guide would be better. May be simple for some but for me and others included it isn't.

pjcltd/Paul You thinking of providing this to make nodes cheaper? Be saving you money as well with all these ips your buying.


im looking at it yes
but not should how much cheaper i can get at $1.5 a month



thanks
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Dont go there, imho you are already too cheap. Offer DASH and SYNX masternodes and you can be the one stop for all masternode needs  Wink

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August 09, 2016, 08:29:19 PM
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There is no point in writing a guide for a script at that level. It is meant to be used on a scale and work 99% automatically without input and any "schischi" as we say around here.

Run this script on a Ubuntu 16.04 vultr VPS and replace the masternode keys in the config files. There is nothing complicated to it, just give it a shot.

Can you explain how it works with multiple ips? How many ips does vultr give you? What spec would you need for it to work on however many vps you have running?

Not sure about vultr... but you can have multiple IP#s on the same interface. As long as traffic for them is being route there by your service provider. If your service provider uses ipv6, you can easily and cheaply get more IP numbers.

On my masternode hosts, I put several IP#s on my local interface "lo"  and connect TOR to those local addresse.. Each Darknet instance darknet.conf will need a different setting for bind and rpcbind... For example can use 127.0.0.1 for masternode 1 and 127.0.0.2 for masternode 2   ... 127.0.0.254 if you have enough memory, cores and disk in one machine for that many masternodes.

I'll post a guide for putting setting up masternodes with TOR soonish...
Yeah, thats almost exactly how i would it. As soon as that is implemented by me, vultr is optional. I still highly recommend them as masternodes cause quite some traffic now and with my script you can install up to 5 masternodes on a 5$ / month vultr instance.

I have a couple old machines in the basement... now I split the instances across a few VMs. I think each instance need about 100meg RAM. So with 1 Gig,  7-8 masternode might be doable if the extra services are kept to a minimum.

By the way, nice script that you posted, clearly trying to do things the right way...
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August 09, 2016, 08:41:34 PM
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I have a couple old machines in the basement... now I split the instances across a few VMs. I think each instance need about 100meg RAM. So with 1 Gig,  7-8 masternode might be doable if the extra services are kept to a minimum.

By the way, nice script that you posted, clearly trying to do things the right way...
In my experience, you need about 120mb of RAM per instance with no other services. On vultr i we can cheat with additional swapfiles, as the harddisks are speedy SSDs  Wink

Thank you. The script is still heavily being worked on, as i took some shortcuts to keep it self-contained for the moment.

Later version will be more robust and add a even more generic masternode support to install and update DNET, DASH and SYNX masternodes.

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August 09, 2016, 09:06:49 PM
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Looks like v2.0.1.0 wallet is coming soon. Plenty of commits. Grin

https://github.com/Darknet-Crypto/Darknet/commits/master

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August 09, 2016, 10:08:46 PM
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self compilers can go, binaries will be up shortly, and everyone needs to update, like yesterday. Also a note regarding the possibility of unforeseen bugs, but let's get this chain moving. If users have staked they need to roll back to an old, pre-PoS blockchain backup, or do a resync
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August 09, 2016, 10:17:56 PM
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self compilers can go, binaries will be up shortly, and everyone needs to update, like yesterday. Also a note regarding the possibility of unforeseen bugs, but let's get this chain moving. If users have staked they need to roll back to an old, pre-PoS blockchain backup, or do a resync

Also it is an extremely good idea to make a full backup of your data directory.

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August 09, 2016, 11:04:48 PM
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self compilers can go, binaries will be up shortly, and everyone needs to update, like yesterday. Also a note regarding the possibility of unforeseen bugs, but let's get this chain moving. If users have staked they need to roll back to an old, pre-PoS blockchain backup, or do a resync

Let's go!!

Ok, my masternodes have stopped here...

Code:
darknet-cli getblockchaininfo
{
    "chain" : "main",
    "blocks" : 259494,
    "headers" : 259494,
    "bestblockhash" : "50c102c52f44c4220724c82e7eed1580e9da0874e0d9ea91984e130f511d20ba",
    "difficulty" : 14.66822643,
    "verificationprogress" : 0.99941685,
    "chainwork" : "00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000dbc7d6a49e17a8"
}

My wallet is up to here:

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darknet-cli getblockchaininfo
{
    "chain" : "main",
    "blocks" : 259544,
    "headers" : 259544,
    "bestblockhash" : "bb5f320345e1ebc6fc66164c8ccfe6ed72225ce49e779c4b34dd50cba90377ab",
    "difficulty" : 25.49310285,
    "verificationprogress" : 1.00000000,
    "chainwork" : "00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000dbcbe95b5b96e8"
}
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August 09, 2016, 11:11:25 PM
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Binaries are up for everything but Rpi2
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August 09, 2016, 11:25:22 PM
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Binaries are up for everything but Rpi2

Syncing Win7 x64 everything is fine so far.  Cool
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August 10, 2016, 12:22:55 AM
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I was staking with v2.0.0.0 so I deleted all files excepts the 2 conf files & wallet.dat.

Resyncing from scratch now. Let's see how this goes. Cool

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Thank you for your work guys. I am almost done syncing. Will report once it's running...

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August 10, 2016, 12:33:56 AM
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Update: all 45 master nodes have been upgraded to the latest git master, 0 problems thus far , wallet although I could compile from sources will wait for binaries from dev tomorrow

looking great so far! thanks and peace out

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August 10, 2016, 12:35:36 AM
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lots of wallet still running 1.1.0.1 and 2.0... a lot of different block height. What is your latest block?

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August 10, 2016, 12:38:53 AM
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I've tried to resynch with 2.0.1 but it finally gets stuck on block 259200. By the way, I see some peers use the DarkNet Core:1.1.0.1, some DarkNet Core:2.0.0, and one of them DarkNet Core:2.0.1 at first, but then it disappeared, I don't know if that's meaningful or not, shouldn't it be 2.0.1 all of them?.
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