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September 01, 2016, 04:00:29 PM
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Yeah. I've destroyed my server and now deployed a new one and starting again. I'll see how I go. Tongue
The reason is probably a fucked up /etc/network/interfaces file. It is more robust in the next release, but still not foolproof.

A later release will be, but want to collect some more bugs and requirements with the current scripts before investing 1-2 man-weeks of programming. Be assured it will be the best tool available by far at the point of release.

Ps.: Somebody asked how DNET is upgraded when using my script. It's almost brain dead - replace the binaries in /usr/local/bin/ after a git pull and make in /opt/code/Darknet.

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September 01, 2016, 09:15:51 PM
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Yeah. I found that the 5 x IPv6 addresses weren't bound to ens3.
After running the script on a new server, I could see them bound.
Now all 5 wallets are running! Thanks for all your hard work! Grin Grin

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September 01, 2016, 09:16:50 PM
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Ok everyone... Smiley

We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/tx.php?tx=adfc4a9bf79de2590dad54c067d0421ef8c246b3020979008251475ec9abecc0

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.

I will be posting this info and images in the OP soon.

Thanks.

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September 01, 2016, 09:24:54 PM
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Ok everyone... Smiley

We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/tx.php?tx=adfc4a9bf79de2590dad54c067d0421ef8c246b3020979008251475ec9abecc0

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.

I will be posting this info and images in the OP soon.

Thanks.

What's next on the cards?
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September 01, 2016, 09:30:31 PM
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Yeah. I found that the 5 x IPv6 addresses weren't bound to ens3.
After running the script on a new server, I could see them bound.
Now all 5 wallets are running! Thanks for all your hard work! Grin Grin

How many can you get running without problems on these servers? If you got more than 5 nodes would a larger server be more cost efficient? Bit of testing on that be good. Always looking to save abit Smiley
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September 01, 2016, 10:49:59 PM
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Yeah. I found that the 5 x IPv6 addresses weren't bound to ens3.
After running the script on a new server, I could see them bound.
Now all 5 wallets are running! Thanks for all your hard work! Grin Grin

How many can you get running without problems on these servers? If you got more than 5 nodes would a larger server be more cost efficient? Bit of testing on that be good. Always looking to save abit Smiley

I just assumed up to 5 is okay as mxnsch said it costs only $1 per MN.
He did mention before that approx. 120MB of RAM is needed per MN.
Going by that, bigger Vultr server isn't better value from what I can see.

Edit: Looking at my Vultr server usage graphs, with 1 MN started and 4 other wallets syncing, CPU usage is quite high (90-100%).
RAM usage wise, with 5 wallets running (4 syncing), server only has approx. 50MB free out of 768MB total. See top output below.
I'll see how it is once I start up more MNs.

Code:
KiB Mem :   758164 total,    61776 free,   652140 used,    44248 buff/cache
KiB Swap:  3071996 total,  2582508 free,   489488 used.    19084 avail Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 9488 mastern+  20   0  912828 184720   1820 S 23.3 24.4  27:32.56 darknetd
 9548 mastern+  20   0  910800 163696   2664 S 22.9 21.6  27:03.62 darknetd
 9458 mastern+  20   0  912460 153128   2112 S 21.3 20.2  27:07.99 darknetd
 9518 mastern+  20   0  912000  94788   2700 S 14.3 12.5  27:22.54 darknetd
   28 root      20   0       0      0      0 S  9.6  0.0   1:28.59 kswapd0
 9373 mastern+  20   0  924608  30336   2996 S  6.0  4.0  24:13.32 darknetd

Edit: Just started another MN. So 2 MN running and 3 others are synced now.
CPU usage dropped significantly. Looks like 5-6 is max going by memory usage.

Code:
KiB Mem :   758164 total,    54116 free,   661008 used,    43040 buff/cache
KiB Swap:  3071996 total,  2472100 free,   599896 used.    10844 avail Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 9373 mastern+  20   0  924608 102480   3820 S  1.7 13.5  24:24.19 darknetd
 9488 mastern+  20   0  912828 145152   2160 S  1.7 19.1  28:25.96 darknetd
 9518 mastern+  20   0  912000 119656   3524 S  1.7 15.8  27:48.28 darknetd
 9458 mastern+  20   0  912616 138052    440 S  1.0 18.2  29:39.98 darknetd
 9548 mastern+  20   0  909744 125616   3568 S  0.7 16.6  30:03.42 darknetd

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September 01, 2016, 11:33:41 PM
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Ok everyone... Smiley

We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/tx.php?tx=adfc4a9bf79de2590dad54c067d0421ef8c246b3020979008251475ec9abecc0

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.

I will be posting this info and images in the OP soon.

Thanks.

What's next on the cards?

We have some cleanup work and a few tweaks to do, then we will be concentrating on the Anon Transaction... Smiley

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September 01, 2016, 11:42:13 PM
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Yeah. I found that the 5 x IPv6 addresses weren't bound to ens3.
After running the script on a new server, I could see them bound.
Now all 5 wallets are running! Thanks for all your hard work! Grin Grin

How many can you get running without problems on these servers? If you got more than 5 nodes would a larger server be more cost efficient? Bit of testing on that be good. Always looking to save abit Smiley

I just assumed up to 5 is okay as mxnsch said it costs only $1 per MN.
He did mention before that approx. 120MB of RAM is needed per MN.
Going by that, bigger Vultr server isn't better value from what I can see.

Edit: Looking at my Vultr server usage graphs, with 1 MN started and 4 other wallets syncing, CPU usage is quite high (90-100%).
RAM usage wise, with 5 wallets running (4 syncing), server only has approx. 50MB free out of 768MB total. See top output below.
I'll see how it is once I start up more MNs.

Code:
KiB Mem :   758164 total,    61776 free,   652140 used,    44248 buff/cache
KiB Swap:  3071996 total,  2582508 free,   489488 used.    19084 avail Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 9488 mastern+  20   0  912828 184720   1820 S 23.3 24.4  27:32.56 darknetd
 9548 mastern+  20   0  910800 163696   2664 S 22.9 21.6  27:03.62 darknetd
 9458 mastern+  20   0  912460 153128   2112 S 21.3 20.2  27:07.99 darknetd
 9518 mastern+  20   0  912000  94788   2700 S 14.3 12.5  27:22.54 darknetd
   28 root      20   0       0      0      0 S  9.6  0.0   1:28.59 kswapd0
 9373 mastern+  20   0  924608  30336   2996 S  6.0  4.0  24:13.32 darknetd

Edit: Just started another MN. So 2 MN running and 3 others are synced now.
CPU usage dropped significantly. Looks like 5-6 is max going by memory usage.

Code:
KiB Mem :   758164 total,    54116 free,   661008 used,    43040 buff/cache
KiB Swap:  3071996 total,  2472100 free,   599896 used.    10844 avail Mem

  PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND
 9373 mastern+  20   0  924608 102480   3820 S  1.7 13.5  24:24.19 darknetd
 9488 mastern+  20   0  912828 145152   2160 S  1.7 19.1  28:25.96 darknetd
 9518 mastern+  20   0  912000 119656   3524 S  1.7 15.8  27:48.28 darknetd
 9458 mastern+  20   0  912616 138052    440 S  1.0 18.2  29:39.98 darknetd
 9548 mastern+  20   0  909744 125616   3568 S  0.7 16.6  30:03.42 darknetd

Cool ty for information. Waiting on the next release till have ago as he said it would be easier and hopefully more reliable. Cheapest going to get them by looks of it.
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September 02, 2016, 02:05:58 AM
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September 02, 2016, 07:36:29 AM
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First payment for my newest masternode just came.

Less than 41 hours after starting it.
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September 02, 2016, 07:38:30 AM
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Seems v 2.1.2.1 fixed all issues! Controller wallet and all masternodes running without any problems since installing. Good work, devs.
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September 02, 2016, 07:40:33 AM
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We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.


But why network fee was destroyed and not given to miner?
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September 02, 2016, 10:48:04 AM
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Ok everyone... Smiley

We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/tx.php?tx=adfc4a9bf79de2590dad54c067d0421ef8c246b3020979008251475ec9abecc0

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.

I will be posting this info and images in the OP soon.

Thanks.

A milestone achieved! Congrats. Like kokokoin I don't understand what you mean by "coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed"? And like him I ask myself what happen to network fees since POS? they get splitted at the same rate as the MN/Stake reward?

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September 02, 2016, 01:45:34 PM
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Ok everyone... Smiley

We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/DNET/tx.php?tx=adfc4a9bf79de2590dad54c067d0421ef8c246b3020979008251475ec9abecc0

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.

I will be posting this info and images in the OP soon.

Thanks.

A milestone achieved! Congrats. Like kokokoin I don't understand what you mean by "coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed"? And like him I ask myself what happen to network fees since POS? they get splitted at the same rate as the MN/Stake reward?

Some crypto-currencies 'destroy' transaction fees, whilst others add transaction fees into new blocks. It is generally more common for PoS coins (over PoW) to 'destroy' transaction fees, I think.

@s3v3nh4cks - well that turned out to be a simple enough solution, should really of thought of that one!  Cool

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September 02, 2016, 01:49:48 PM
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The majority of DNET Tor addnode=.onion's nodes appear to be at the correct block height now.


~ An anonymous source has forwarded 4 new DNET addnode=.onion nodes ;

addnode=dnetxef3rmouy5qo.onion:989
{ DQ2bY1Suks8Zs3hXMEXgfZK2qTErfWyWET }

addnode=dnetxcvx4iqeunnk.onion:989
{ DNzSSB3hUCL7pEHdoSsAwX41qRkrZAeG85 }

addnode=dnetxn4m5kfh4xhr.onion:989
{ DPXWTuVufYDFK6FyNXry6DvuFVCrDEb2md }

addnode=dnetxu5edp35e4rm.onion:989
{ DRoa9N5cNK6VQUkYTrzhyDVDsRTjbAdfea }

Nodes seem to be working OK currently. If you use DNET with Tor then perhaps send a couple of coins to one of these DNET addresses.

Noticed that these nodes seem to be running the stable release now also.

Think that we now have enough 'public' nodes to produce some good Tor 'howto' documentation etc.,

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September 02, 2016, 02:04:37 PM
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We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.


But why network fee was destroyed and not given to miner?

Yes, at the change to PoS, network fees are now destroyed. Though it is fractional, it does help overtime with inflation, and now we can remove coins from the total coin cap if needed... Smiley instead of having them just sit there at an address somewhere. Thats how burning coins should work.. Smiley

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September 02, 2016, 02:22:42 PM
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We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.


But why network fee was destroyed and not given to miner?

Yes, at the change to PoS, network fees are now destroyed. Though it is fractional, it does help overtime with inflation, and now we can remove coins from the total coin cap if needed... Smiley instead of having them just sit there at an address somewhere. Thats how burning coins should work.. Smiley

I guess the "any 60k"  was burned even though a significant number of forum members voted for the original.

Original 60k    20 (31.3%)
Any 60k    44 (68.8%)
Total Voters: 64

I suppose no one here is interested in having any more forks.  Wink
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just tried to build and sync the lastest wallet to get some coins out of my wallet... and it stop here with this messsage:

2016-09-02 15:15:02 UpdateTip: new best=1adab33fa2b16e7a8cd4c36c95b3dbe8b33aba7350ad2b573e3656d662bd8004  height=261411  log2_work=58.56341  tx=371842  date=2016-08-19 10:42:59 progress=0.733523  cache=49469
2016-09-02 15:15:02 UpdateTip: new best=b36a5126d8a757b3fffad42d4b329fc21511be6e785032f54ee0c4491ad194de  height=261412  log2_work=58.564562  tx=371844  date=2016-08-19 10:43:21 progress=0.733531  cache=49471
2016-09-02 15:15:02 UpdateTip: new best=222d6060369732a5c503ae4b074637fbcee576ec022f620ca91f3a2d5b8528af  height=261413  log2_work=58.56575  tx=371846  date=2016-08-19 10:43:25 progress=0.733537  cache=49473
2016-09-02 15:15:02 UpdateTip: new best=7a59132c4ca71c428db0706f117a19b82b03f1eff0bb08e686fc415f4910d22d  height=261414  log2_work=58.566993  tx=371848  date=2016-08-19 10:44:09 progress=0.733549  cache=49475
2016-09-02 15:15:02 UpdateTip: new best=1df7fae82fc5f2a08cb9dc0be60cc8e1bdfab6539e8e3b3275cc81c88e6c0ef4  height=261415  log2_work=58.568251  tx=371851  date=2016-08-19 10:43:52 progress=0.733554  cache=49478
2016-09-02 15:15:02 ERROR: GetTransaction : Deserialize or I/O error - ReadCompactSize() : size too large
2016-09-02 15:15:02 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
2016-09-02 15:15:02 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cdda49c926cec1d4806e633011bc6f1d30c280e0a3e911f2f6427f0a7b945e1a
2016-09-02 15:15:02 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: GetTransaction : Deserialize or I/O error - ReadCompactSize() : size too large
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
2016-09-02 15:15:03 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cdda49c926cec1d4806e633011bc6f1d30c280e0a3e911f2f6427f0a7b945e1a
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: GetTransaction : Deserialize or I/O error - ReadCompactSize() : size too large
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
2016-09-02 15:15:03 WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cdda49c926cec1d4806e633011bc6f1d30c280e0a3e911f2f6427f0a7b945e1a
2016-09-02 15:15:03 ERROR: ProcessNewBlock : AcceptBlock FAILED2016-09-02 15:15:26 keypool reserve 6528
2016-09-02 15:15:26 keypool return 6528
2016-09-02 15:15:26 keypool reserve 6528
2016-09-02 15:15:26 keypool return 6528
2016-09-02 15:15:54 connect() to 80.236.18.96:51472 failed after select(): Connection refused (111)
2016-09-02 15:15:56 connect() to 185.77.129.23:51472 failed after select(): Connection refused (111)
2016-09-02 15:15:58 keypool reserve 6528
2016-09-02 15:15:58 keypool return 6528
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September 02, 2016, 03:24:19 PM
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looks like alot of people switching to ipv6 ips. cheaper do at only $1 a node on vultr.
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September 02, 2016, 03:33:32 PM
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We just burned the 60k at block 279917.

If you look at the Total Coins in the previous block, you will see that this block is 60k less. The coins were sent as a network fee which are destroyed.


But why network fee was destroyed and not given to miner?

Yes, at the change to PoS, network fees are now destroyed. Though it is fractional, it does help overtime with inflation, and now we can remove coins from the total coin cap if needed... Smiley instead of having them just sit there at an address somewhere. Thats how burning coins should work.. Smiley

I guess the "any 60k"  was burned even though a significant number of forum members voted for the original.

Original 60k    20 (31.3%)
Any 60k    44 (68.8%)
Total Voters: 64

I suppose no one here is interested in having any more forks.  Wink


Not entirely sure what you are implying, but there was a vote, and we did what the vote said.

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