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August 21, 2016, 12:58:52 PM
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My wallet is stuck for several hours. It stopped responding. Now I restarted it but it can't stake because it is loading the chain (9 hours behind). But it can't get the blocks. So can't stake also to help to calculate the block if the difficulty is the problem.
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August 21, 2016, 01:19:05 PM
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It is always best practice to deposit/withdraw just 1 coin as a test to any exchanges to confirm it's working before sending a larger amount. Heck, we don't even have a fully working block explorer yet. So I'm not going to do any large transactions until we can see them on a valid block explorer.

Agree... everything is fine with trex, i got my coins confirmed.

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August 21, 2016, 01:19:25 PM
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Same here, stuck at 263844 for over 5 hours now.

stuck at that block too

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August 21, 2016, 02:11:39 PM
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This morning I was sure to be able to post a message here about how it was working great, since my last post it was smooth sailing. Sadly now I am like you blocked at this block:

getblockhash 263844

8c0ffc3fd677bc2b30bdc8d56b6bb3cd39605a56c617e66aebf8fa2c64b33dd3

Do we have the same?


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August 21, 2016, 02:17:48 PM
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This morning I was sure to be able to post a message here about how it was working great, since my last post it was smooth sailing. Sadly now I am like you blocked at this block:

getblockhash 263844

8c0ffc3fd677bc2b30bdc8d56b6bb3cd39605a56c617e66aebf8fa2c64b33dd3

Do we have the same?



Confirmed. It's not a fork - just not staking anymore.
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August 21, 2016, 02:20:04 PM
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This morning I was sure to be able to post a message here about how it was working great, since my last post it was smooth sailing. Sadly now I am like you blocked at this block:

getblockhash 263844

8c0ffc3fd677bc2b30bdc8d56b6bb3cd39605a56c617e66aebf8fa2c64b33dd3

Do we have the same?



Confirmed. It's not a fork - just not staking any more.

darknet-cli getblockhash 263844
8c0ffc3fd677bc2b30bdc8d56b6bb3cd39605a56c617e66aebf8fa2c64b33dd3

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August 21, 2016, 02:27:05 PM
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Okay thanks guys. I hope it's like jakiman said and that it will resolve itself later... however I don't have any previous experiences with a POS coin...

I am curious to know what the Devs will say about this... Fingers crossed.


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August 21, 2016, 03:40:22 PM
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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

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August 21, 2016, 03:50:49 PM
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My wallet just got a new block but after my wallet crashed. Now my wallet isn't starting anymore. On my PC the same happened. So how can I sole it? It looks like the old corrupted wallet.dat issue.
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August 21, 2016, 03:56:53 PM
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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

Hello StakeBox,

I can confirm that the chain is moving moving again. I don't understand what sporks... and what they do? Could you please enlighten me a little on the subject? From what I get from your message it's something that you can control. Does it affect the decentralized nature of DNET?

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August 21, 2016, 04:46:53 PM
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I have gotten past the stuck block.  My only issue is not receiving any masternode payments for 40+ hours despite all nodes being enabled and showing up on the list.  Is this normal?  

EDIT:

I just checked on the nodes and they must have gone down over night so I restarted them and checked the blocks and all seems good. 

getblockhash 264003

e4f42c2df7e7f392b6ac2299a1ebb21df5d09d57973cf5b6518410a914a966c3

Same on all nodes and controller wallet.

Still no MN payments though.

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August 21, 2016, 04:50:26 PM
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My wallet just got a new block but after my wallet crashed. Now my wallet isn't starting anymore. On my PC the same happened. So how can I sole it? It looks like the old corrupted wallet.dat issue.

I really wish I was having these same problems so that I could, not only find the underlying cause, but also figure out an easy, one size fits all, way of getting back to normal. When you say the wallet won't start at all, do you mean that it does nothing, or gives you an error, or some third thing?

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August 21, 2016, 05:21:25 PM
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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

Hello StakeBox,

I can confirm that the chain is moving moving again. I don't understand what sporks... and what they do? Could you please enlighten me a little on the subject? From what I get from your message it's something that you can control. Does it affect the decentralized nature of DNET?
Sporks are a way of mitigating network confusion and disagreement when there are either either hard or soft forks. If you run "spork show" in the console you can see the current state of the various sporks. When we push new updates that have protocol level changes we disable sporks 8, 9, and 10. Those are the ones needed the most. The others have not been needed by us so far.

Yes, I can control them, I am the only one with the associated private key needed to do so. That doesn't really effect decentralization, as beyond allowing older versions of a wallet to communicate with newer versions during transitional periods, they serve no other function. I can't use them to roll back the chain, disallow certain users, deny blocks, or any other type of thing.

The only spork that could even be misconstrued as a decentralizing thing is spork 10, the pay updated nodes spork. It is used after a protocol level change, which is generally a mandatory update, to decide when to stop sending masternode payments to masternodes still running the older version of the wallet. It lets older versions of the wallet continue acting as masternodes and getting paid for it during the transition, preventing a situation where there were no masternodes, or even very few, weakening that side of the network.

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August 21, 2016, 05:26:45 PM
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Seems like that resolved it, at least all my nodes and wallet are back on track

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August 21, 2016, 08:01:54 PM
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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

Hello StakeBox,

I can confirm that the chain is moving moving again. I don't understand what sporks... and what they do? Could you please enlighten me a little on the subject? From what I get from your message it's something that you can control. Does it affect the decentralized nature of DNET?
Sporks are a way of mitigating network confusion and disagreement when there are either either hard or soft forks. If you run "spork show" in the console you can see the current state of the various sporks. When we push new updates that have protocol level changes we disable sporks 8, 9, and 10. Those are the ones needed the most. The others have not been needed by us so far.

Yes, I can control them, I am the only one with the associated private key needed to do so. That doesn't really effect decentralization, as beyond allowing older versions of a wallet to communicate with newer versions during transitional periods, they serve no other function. I can't use them to roll back the chain, disallow certain users, deny blocks, or any other type of thing.

The only spork that could even be misconstrued as a decentralizing thing is spork 10, the pay updated nodes spork. It is used after a protocol level change, which is generally a mandatory update, to decide when to stop sending masternode payments to masternodes still running the older version of the wallet. It lets older versions of the wallet continue acting as masternodes and getting paid for it during the transition, preventing a situation where there were no masternodes, or even very few, weakening that side of the network.

thank you very much for this clear information. Shouldn't you have at least another devs have access to the private key in case of need? redundancy can always be very useful...

Smooth stacking now for me too. However I remarked that it isn't possible to have the same wallet run a masternode and have a separate stacking address on it. it breaks the masternode address once a staking payment is received. It divides the masternode coins address in 4 stash of around 2500 dnet but still on the same address. However the masternode refuses to launch after saying that the coins aren't good. Is that a normal and expected behavior?

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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

Hello StakeBox,

I can confirm that the chain is moving moving again. I don't understand what sporks... and what they do? Could you please enlighten me a little on the subject? From what I get from your message it's something that you can control. Does it affect the decentralized nature of DNET?
Sporks are a way of mitigating network confusion and disagreement when there are either either hard or soft forks. If you run "spork show" in the console you can see the current state of the various sporks. When we push new updates that have protocol level changes we disable sporks 8, 9, and 10. Those are the ones needed the most. The others have not been needed by us so far.

Yes, I can control them, I am the only one with the associated private key needed to do so. That doesn't really effect decentralization, as beyond allowing older versions of a wallet to communicate with newer versions during transitional periods, they serve no other function. I can't use them to roll back the chain, disallow certain users, deny blocks, or any other type of thing.

The only spork that could even be misconstrued as a decentralizing thing is spork 10, the pay updated nodes spork. It is used after a protocol level change, which is generally a mandatory update, to decide when to stop sending masternode payments to masternodes still running the older version of the wallet. It lets older versions of the wallet continue acting as masternodes and getting paid for it during the transition, preventing a situation where there were no masternodes, or even very few, weakening that side of the network.

thank you very much for this clear information. Should you have at least another devs have access to the private key in case of need? redundancy can always be very useful...

Smooth stacking now for me too. However I remarked that it isn't possible to have the same wallet run a masternode and have a separate stacking address on it. it breaks the masternode address once a staking payment is received. It divides the masternode coins address in 4 stash of around 2500 dnet but still on the same address. However the masternode refuses to launch after saying that the coins aren't good. Is that a normal and expected behavior?

Are you running just a local masternode on that wallet (Using just the darknet.conf file) ?? or are you setting it up as a remote node (using a masternode.conf file)??

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August 21, 2016, 08:08:09 PM
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OK folks, we re moving again. We are having an issue with one of the sporks, that is what caused the chain to stall for a bit the other day. When I disabled it the other day I just entered a date to activate as a few days in the future. That time passed last night stalling the chain again. I just changed the date to a couple months from now. We will have the issue resolved by then. Sorry about that.

Hello StakeBox,

I can confirm that the chain is moving moving again. I don't understand what sporks... and what they do? Could you please enlighten me a little on the subject? From what I get from your message it's something that you can control. Does it affect the decentralized nature of DNET?
Sporks are a way of mitigating network confusion and disagreement when there are either either hard or soft forks. If you run "spork show" in the console you can see the current state of the various sporks. When we push new updates that have protocol level changes we disable sporks 8, 9, and 10. Those are the ones needed the most. The others have not been needed by us so far.

Yes, I can control them, I am the only one with the associated private key needed to do so. That doesn't really effect decentralization, as beyond allowing older versions of a wallet to communicate with newer versions during transitional periods, they serve no other function. I can't use them to roll back the chain, disallow certain users, deny blocks, or any other type of thing.

The only spork that could even be misconstrued as a decentralizing thing is spork 10, the pay updated nodes spork. It is used after a protocol level change, which is generally a mandatory update, to decide when to stop sending masternode payments to masternodes still running the older version of the wallet. It lets older versions of the wallet continue acting as masternodes and getting paid for it during the transition, preventing a situation where there were no masternodes, or even very few, weakening that side of the network.
Smooth stacking now for me too. However I remarked that it isn't possible to have the same wallet run a masternode and have a separate stacking address on it. it breaks the masternode address once a staking payment is received. It divides the masternode coins address in 4 stash of around 2500 dnet but still on the same address. However the masternode refuses to launch after saying that the coins aren't good. Is that a normal and expected behavior?
Can you elaborate on that an provide details? I dont get it. Running exact the described setup, everything seems to be working as expected - Masternode payments and staking income.

To be extra clear - controller wallet with a lot of remotes.

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August 21, 2016, 08:49:37 PM
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as a local masternode on that wallet with darkcoin.conf only. it works great when I only use it for masternodeing. I get regular payements. However I tried to create another address and wire some coins on it. stacking activated. but as soon as I got the first staking payement the masternode stopped earning and only staking was.

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August 21, 2016, 08:52:26 PM
 #3879

How can I ensure staking is deactivated on my controller wallet?  I have had to re download the blockchain on all nodes because of a corruption error, none of my nodes, which were active received any payments in 40+ hours.  I am wondering if I have staking active and that is the problem.

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August 21, 2016, 09:25:38 PM
 #3880

Since the chain started moving again, all my nodes have corrupted. I resynced them all from scratch and only my controller wallet will run. My masternodes keep crashing and corrupting.
I see the masternode count is at 400 from 650 odd earlier, so looks like I am not the only one
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