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Author Topic: [ANN] DERO: DAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + SSL + POW + Smart Contracts  (Read 61673 times)
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March 01, 2018, 06:11:50 PM
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I'm stuck on block 40286. Doesn't sync and when I try to add priority nodes as advised in an earlier post, it just hangs. I'm not using the GUI wallet and I can't decide if my wallet is on a fork.

If your local DB already "forked" so to speak then adding the new nodes won't help with that. You'll need to delete the DB and start with a fresh sync.

I made a full DB download available that's current as of about 12 hours ago: Download Link

If you're using Windows, the data.mdb file is in ProgramData\dero\lmdb. Simply close your wallet and daemon, delete the data.mdb file in that folder, replace it with the data.mdb file from the download, and start the daemon again with the 6 priority nodes. Once it has synced you can start the wallet again.


Sorry to say that, but again seems that the network is quite synchronized except the priority nodes - all of them stuck on 40785 (official blockchain is 40793). May be they can't handle the large number of connections? The same happened with pool.dero.live.

They have around 40 - 50 connections each, total, in and out. Loads are averaging 0.05 across the 6 nodes, so it isn't a load problem.

cryptopool.space and the block explorer are off on a higher block than pool.dero.live, dero.tech, dero.miner.rocks, and the 6 nodes. The question being why.


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March 01, 2018, 06:19:47 PM
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I'm stuck on block 40286. Doesn't sync and when I try to add priority nodes as advised in an earlier post, it just hangs. I'm not using the GUI wallet and I can't decide if my wallet is on a fork.

If your local DB already "forked" so to speak then adding the new nodes won't help with that. You'll need to delete the DB and start with a fresh sync.

I made a full DB download available that's current as of about 12 hours ago: Download Link

If you're using Windows, the data.mdb file is in ProgramData\dero\lmdb. Simply close your wallet and daemon, delete the data.mdb file in that folder, replace it with the data.mdb file from the download, and start the daemon again with the 6 priority nodes. Once it has synced you can start the wallet again.


Sorry to say that, but again seems that the network is quite synchronized except the priority nodes - all of them stuck on 40785 (official blockchain is 40793). May be they can't handle the large number of connections? The same happened with pool.dero.live.

They have around 40 - 50 connections each, total, in and out. Loads are averaging 0.05 across the 6 nodes, so it isn't a load problem.

cryptopool.space and the block explorer are off on a higher block than pool.dero.live, dero.tech, dero.miner.rocks, and the 6 nodes. The question being why.




Seems that they forked due to an alternative at 40770.
Unfortunately, the dero daemon handles alternatives very strangely, sometimes it enters in a loop with exception cryptonote::BLOCK_DNE instead of choosing the correct block chain.
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March 01, 2018, 06:26:04 PM
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Today and now i have problem with pool http://pool.dero.io/ I do not see my stats, write Connection error.
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March 01, 2018, 06:27:54 PM
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I'm stuck on block 40286. Doesn't sync and when I try to add priority nodes as advised in an earlier post, it just hangs. I'm not using the GUI wallet and I can't decide if my wallet is on a fork.

If your local DB already "forked" so to speak then adding the new nodes won't help with that. You'll need to delete the DB and start with a fresh sync.

I made a full DB download available that's current as of about 12 hours ago: Download Link

If you're using Windows, the data.mdb file is in ProgramData\dero\lmdb. Simply close your wallet and daemon, delete the data.mdb file in that folder, replace it with the data.mdb file from the download, and start the daemon again with the 6 priority nodes. Once it has synced you can start the wallet again.


Sorry to say that, but again seems that the network is quite synchronized except the priority nodes - all of them stuck on 40785 (official blockchain is 40793). May be they can't handle the large number of connections? The same happened with pool.dero.live.

They have around 40 - 50 connections each, total, in and out. Loads are averaging 0.05 across the 6 nodes, so it isn't a load problem.

cryptopool.space and the block explorer are off on a higher block than pool.dero.live, dero.tech, dero.miner.rocks, and the 6 nodes. The question being why.




Seems that they forked due to an alternative at 40770.
Unfortunately, the dero daemon handles alternatives very strangely, sometimes it enters in a loop with exception cryptonote::BLOCK_DNE instead of choosing the correct block chain.

Yes, I noticed that when all 6 nodes simultaneously went beserk and I had to replicate a good DB across them all. At the moment it's a case of holding things together as much as possible until the devs can get a fix in place.
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March 01, 2018, 06:54:10 PM
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I'm stuck on block 40286. Doesn't sync and when I try to add priority nodes as advised in an earlier post, it just hangs. I'm not using the GUI wallet and I can't decide if my wallet is on a fork.

If your local DB already "forked" so to speak then adding the new nodes won't help with that. You'll need to delete the DB and start with a fresh sync.

I made a full DB download available that's current as of about 12 hours ago: Download Link

If you're using Windows, the data.mdb file is in ProgramData\dero\lmdb. Simply close your wallet and daemon, delete the data.mdb file in that folder, replace it with the data.mdb file from the download, and start the daemon again with the 6 priority nodes. Once it has synced you can start the wallet again.


Sorry to say that, but again seems that the network is quite synchronized except the priority nodes - all of them stuck on 40785 (official blockchain is 40793). May be they can't handle the large number of connections? The same happened with pool.dero.live.

They have around 40 - 50 connections each, total, in and out. Loads are averaging 0.05 across the 6 nodes, so it isn't a load problem.

cryptopool.space and the block explorer are off on a higher block than pool.dero.live, dero.tech, dero.miner.rocks, and the 6 nodes. The question being why.




Seems that they forked due to an alternative at 40770.
Unfortunately, the dero daemon handles alternatives very strangely, sometimes it enters in a loop with exception cryptonote::BLOCK_DNE instead of choosing the correct block chain.

Yes, I noticed that when all 6 nodes simultaneously went beserk and I had to replicate a good DB across them all. At the moment it's a case of holding things together as much as possible until the devs can get a fix in place.

dero.miner.rocks is on a longer chain. stocks.exchange seems to be also there. It's very like the same that was happened yesterday - pool.dero.live is building its own blockchain regardless of others. May be it's because of its heavy load?
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March 01, 2018, 07:00:28 PM
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We would suggest everyone to stop mining DERO, until fork issues will be solved.  Angry

Yesterday our pool appeared on a forked chain for 3 times, the last one for 3 hours, we fully cover loses of our loyal miners.
Today our pool appeared on a forked chain, and we learned about it only after 2 hours, we will not cover loses anymore.

We suggest dev team to cover all miners loses, caused by these everyday forks, until issue will be solved.

https://miner.rocks pplns cryptonote pools with email alerts and workers stats
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March 01, 2018, 07:04:24 PM
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We would suggest everyone to stop mining DERO, until fork issues will be solved.  Angry

Yesterday our pool appeared on a forked chain for 3 times, the last one for 3 hours, we fully cover loses of our loyal miners.
Today our pool appeared on a forked chain, and we learned about it only after 2 hours, we will not cover loses anymore.

We suggest dev team to cover all miners loses, caused by these everyday forks, until issue will be solved.

I think at this point we need a full RCA from the devs as to why forks are happening constantly. I’d like to know the technical reason behind these issues. I’m going to keep supporting this coin, but some transparency here would go a long way. Then maybe I, or another community member could help fix it.

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March 01, 2018, 07:08:04 PM
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dero.miner.rocks is on a longer chain. stocks.exchange seems to be also there. It's very like the same that was happened yesterday - pool.dero.live is building its own blockchain regardless of others. May be it's because of its heavy load?

Yikes... I just transferred 37 DERO from stocks.exchange to my local wallet. Hope it didn't end up on a fork and shunted off into the abyss.

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March 01, 2018, 07:46:21 PM
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@Serena: I adore your talents. Normally community managers can only do the typing work, but not only you are a clever and devoted one, but also clearly understands how blockchain technology works and restlessly supports the Slack mining community of Dero. Not to mention you are female, a rare specie in crypto space and technical world. So good luck and keep doing the great job!

Hi bin!

I'm just trying to contribute where I can Smiley The team is super talented and I'm incredibly fortunate to be able to learn from them everyday.

We will continue to work as hard as we have been, thank you for your positive comments they definitely help inspire me.

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March 01, 2018, 08:01:48 PM
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We would suggest everyone to stop mining DERO, until fork issues will be solved.  Angry

Yesterday our pool appeared on a forked chain for 3 times, the last one for 3 hours, we fully cover loses of our loyal miners.
Today our pool appeared on a forked chain, and we learned about it only after 2 hours, we will not cover loses anymore.

We suggest dev team to cover all miners loses, caused by these everyday forks, until issue will be solved.

I think at this point we need a full RCA from the devs as to why forks are happening constantly. I’d like to know the technical reason behind these issues. I’m going to keep supporting this coin, but some transparency here would go a long way. Then maybe I, or another community member could help fix it.

We will provide a root cause analysis when we've been able to analyze the problem a little further

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March 01, 2018, 09:06:16 PM
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Seems that somebody added some hash power to the "pool.dero.live" blockchain during last 20 minutes and now it has nearly the same length and difficulty with the other one. What now?
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March 01, 2018, 09:21:04 PM
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We would suggest everyone to stop mining DERO, until fork issues will be solved.  Angry

Yesterday our pool appeared on a forked chain for 3 times, the last one for 3 hours, we fully cover loses of our loyal miners.
Today our pool appeared on a forked chain, and we learned about it only after 2 hours, we will not cover loses anymore.

We suggest dev team to cover all miners loses, caused by these everyday forks, until issue will be solved.

I think at this point we need a full RCA from the devs as to why forks are happening constantly. I’d like to know the technical reason behind these issues. I’m going to keep supporting this coin, but some transparency here would go a long way. Then maybe I, or another community member could help fix it.

We will provide a root cause analysis when we've been able to analyze the problem a little further

What time frame are you thinking? Will we see it today, tomorrow?

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March 01, 2018, 09:33:54 PM
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Seems that somebody added some hash power to the "pool.dero.live" blockchain during last 20 minutes and now it has nearly the same length and difficulty with the other one. What now?
The chain with higher cumulative difficulty will win sometime, when daemon will be fixed to allow one of chains to win. Until that there will be several chains.

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March 01, 2018, 09:37:50 PM
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Seems that somebody added some hash power to the "pool.dero.live" blockchain during last 20 minutes and now it has nearly the same length and difficulty with the other one. What now?
The chain with higher cumulative difficulty will win sometime, when daemon will be fixed to allow one of chains to win. Until that there will be several chains.
If so, the higher cumulative difficulty is the chain of your pool because official pool was alone most of time. But why don't developers just stop that chain competition by shutting down the official pool as they did before? Or it is supported by some other people? Seems that pools from both sides already started to send their payments (more than 60 blocks gone), won't it be much harder to recover now?
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March 01, 2018, 09:37:59 PM
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We will provide a root cause analysis when we've been able to analyze the problem a little further

What time frame are you thinking? Will we see it today, tomorrow?

At this time I'm not able to give a specific time frame. There is always at least one person working on and monitoring this issue literally around the clock.

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March 01, 2018, 09:45:59 PM
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I finally received the 2nd of what was going to be several more payments from stocks.exchange. I ended up having to delete data.mdb for a 3rd time and modify the batch file that calls the daemon to only use Speedie's priority nodes (I had simply added Speedie's nodes to the existing ones that CaptDero suggested we use a couple months ago).

I also stopped mining a few hours ago but even with all this going on there is still nearly 6MH/s of network hashrate, generating about ~21k DERO per day. Well, I guess that's one of the many uses of a premine, eh?

EDIT - well, this sucks... my 3rd withdrawal from shitty stocks.exchange failed and it appears I lost the DERO I was trying to send, too.
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March 01, 2018, 09:51:15 PM
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Update for the community: The team is closing in on the root cause of the issue and we will expediently update the community when we have more information. At this time it's looking like the pools are still forking. While this is not the news I would like to give everyone, it's an honest answer to what's happening. We do value every single person here and we would not want to be disingenuous.

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March 01, 2018, 10:14:23 PM
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I honestly don't think the team's got any wrong intensions. With all the work and support done so far it's just childish to think that. Plus you're always free to check that premine wallet, it's still untouched.
My guess is the forks probably happen when one miner (Nicehash maybe?) contributes more than half of the network hashrate. It sucks, but it does happen with new coins, specifically with great ones like Dero. Of course it's just a guess based on my previous cryptonight experiences so let's wait for the official statement and don't make any cancerous assumptions.
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March 01, 2018, 10:16:23 PM
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Seems that miner.rocks that supported the longer part of blockchain is shut down now.
So dero.live is the only left? It is the winner?
It will be very sad because my money is on the other side...
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March 01, 2018, 10:27:50 PM
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Seems that miner.rocks that supported the longer part of blockchain is shut down now.
So dero.live is the only left? It is the winner?
It will be very sad because my money is on the other side...

There are a few private and smaller pools that are still running. I will provide more information when I'm able to

I've added you to my list of people to contact directly when there is any news

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