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Author Topic: [ANN] DERO: DAG + Cryptonote + Bulletproofs + SSL + POW + Smart Contracts  (Read 121206 times)
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June 08, 2018, 06:02:45 AM
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please update your testnet daemons to the latest version from here: http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/ this update just came out

bothers me, that versions are not numbered, there is a terrible mess ...
synchronization is really much faster than yesterday!



Everything is version-ed internally. Use version cmd/syncinfo cmd in testnet daemon to see versions.
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June 08, 2018, 09:01:51 AM
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Hello devs, I am having problems with this mesage in daemon
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You posted more or less the same message twice; don't do that. Also, make sure you read the last couple pages of a thread to see if your issue has been discussed already (hint: it has).

The above sequence of commands are a bunch of crap and won't work.

Almost nothing really works for this issue, actually, and the one "solution" - temporary at best - is a pain:

Right click on the clock.
Select "adjust date/time".
Click on the radio button for "set time automatically" to turn it off.
Click on the "change" button to change the date/time
Now adjust the time up or down by 1 minute - it doesn't matter - and save changes
Click on the radio button for "set time automatically" again to turn it back on.

This is undoubtedly way less efficient than a theoretically ideal solution but it worked for me.



I installed an external NTP service to fix this (NTP for Windows)
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June 08, 2018, 09:36:45 AM
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please update your testnet daemons to the latest version from here: http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/ this update just came out

bothers me, that versions are not numbered, there is a terrible mess ...
synchronization is really much faster than yesterday!



Everything is version-ed internally. Use version cmd/syncinfo cmd in testnet daemon to see versions.

in programming has always been a good habit of numbering a version, whether it be a test or a sharp script.
 Huh

In any case, the test-net runs without any problems, occasionally disrupts system time ...
I miss the time stamps for more accurate analyzes!

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June 08, 2018, 10:11:13 AM
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please update your testnet daemons to the latest version from here: http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/ this update just came out

bothers me, that versions are not numbered, there is a terrible mess ...
synchronization is really much faster than yesterday!


Everything is version-ed internally. Use version cmd/syncinfo cmd in testnet daemon to see versions.

in programming has always been a good habit of numbering a version, whether it be a test or a sharp script.
 Huh

In any case, the test-net runs without any problems, occasionally disrupts system time ...
I miss the time stamps for more accurate analyzes!


I think when you are in alpha version and almost constantly producing new builds, it just slows you down keeping track of file naming versioning  Smiley
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June 08, 2018, 11:17:17 AM
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I think when you are in alpha version and almost constantly producing new builds, it just slows you down keeping track of file naming versioning  Smiley

I have nothing to add, I know exactly what I'm writing, 20 years a day I'm producing a code.
I do not know exactly what you are advocating.
xxx_001, xxx_002, xxx_003 ....?
it is enough to note the working name in the description in download page
I will not participate in the wacky wars!
I write these remarks because I am interested in the project being developed in the right direction, based on personal experience.
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June 08, 2018, 12:23:51 PM
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I think when you are in alpha version and almost constantly producing new builds, it just slows you down keeping track of file naming versioning  Smiley

I have nothing to add, I know exactly what I'm writing, 20 years a day I'm producing a code.
I do not know exactly what you are advocating.
xxx_001, xxx_002, xxx_003 ....?
it is enough to note the working name in the description in download page
I will not participate in the wacky wars!
I write these remarks because I am interested in the project being developed in the right direction, based on personal experience.
 Smiley


Ok, fine, no problem, not trying to pick a fight.  Just trying to offer a rational explanation for observed behaviour.  I imagine the dev team are working under extreme time pressure right now and are just not doing stuff they consider non-essential.  However if you have different explanation for observed behaviour feel free to offer it.  Smiley Smiley
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June 08, 2018, 02:56:02 PM
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I think when you are in alpha version and almost constantly producing new builds, it just slows you down keeping track of file naming versioning  Smiley

I have nothing to add, I know exactly what I'm writing, 20 years a day I'm producing a code.
I do not know exactly what you are advocating.
xxx_001, xxx_002, xxx_003 ....?
it is enough to note the working name in the description in download page
I will not participate in the wacky wars!
I write these remarks because I am interested in the project being developed in the right direction, based on personal experience.
 Smiley


Besides which... the whole point of the testnet is that members of the community are invited to help test the network.  If you don't like the way this is being done you are free to stay away.  No-one is forcing  you to contribute.

The dev team are dealing with some pretty major issues.  To complain that they are not naming the files correctly according to some convention you like, especially when you can easily see how old the files are - they are all datestamped so verifying whether you have the latest version is as easy as checking whether a new version has been uploaded since you last checked - and especially given that the team alerts everyone when a new version is ready to be downloaded (if you are alpha testing you should be on the slack or discord testnet channels) - is maybe getting the priorities a wee bit in the wrong order...
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June 08, 2018, 02:56:24 PM
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I think when you are in alpha version and almost constantly producing new builds, it just slows you down keeping track of file naming versioning  Smiley

I have nothing to add, I know exactly what I'm writing, 20 years a day I'm producing a code.
I do not know exactly what you are advocating.
xxx_001, xxx_002, xxx_003 ....?
it is enough to note the working name in the description in download page
I will not participate in the wacky wars!
I write these remarks because I am interested in the project being developed in the right direction, based on personal experience.
 Smiley


Ok, fine, no problem, not trying to pick a fight.  Just trying to offer a rational explanation for observed behaviour.  I imagine the dev team are working under extreme time pressure right now and are just not doing stuff they consider non-essential.  However if you have different explanation for observed behaviour feel free to offer it.  Smiley Smiley

@pegos, you are absolutely right. As @fellestreum said is right but will definitely add in coming releases.
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June 08, 2018, 03:00:09 PM
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Well kudos to Capt - a nicer chap than me  Cheesy
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June 08, 2018, 03:20:04 PM
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@pegos, you are absolutely right. As @fellestreum said is right but will definitely add in coming releases.


thank you for your response.

(I do not know why the remarks of a technical nature,  make a passionate reaction on this forum.
I have no personal interest in it!)

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June 08, 2018, 03:24:11 PM
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Hey guys! Very interesting project based on cryptonote. Smart contracts and fast transactions speed are definitely a must ! Can't wait to see more.
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June 08, 2018, 04:00:52 PM
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Hello dev, I am mining in test net to help the project and also to get used to the new way of mining, everything was ok until yesterday 9 pm. Today I started to sync and the daemon stop sync at 5180 block and I have restart it many times and also the PC, can you tell me please how do I fix it.

I also want to ask some extra questions to dev.

1.- When dero atlantis is lunch (main net) we are only going to be able to mine this way. If the answer is yes I think is awesome, for this was the initial idea of Sathosi on bitcoin

2.- Will or will not be possible to mine with GPU. I hope the answer is not

3.- When is main net going to be launch

Thanks
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June 09, 2018, 01:57:11 AM
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Hello everyone, there is a new update out - http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/
We are asking everyone to please update to this version as soon as is reasonably possible
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June 09, 2018, 02:07:11 AM
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Hello everyone, there is a new update out - http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/
We are asking everyone to please update to this version as soon as is reasonably possible

Can we use the same databse or is a new one
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June 09, 2018, 02:55:23 AM
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Hello everyone, there is a new update out - http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/
We are asking everyone to please update to this version as soon as is reasonably possible

Can we use the same databse or is a new one

No new database required - testnet chain height at the time of this post is 13895
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June 09, 2018, 10:07:22 AM
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No new database required - testnet chain height at the time of this post is 13895

I left the daemon running all night and this morning it was once again complaining about system time deviation and it never did get the blockchain fully synced (yellow numbers). So I manually resynced the time, updated to 0.1.1 and this new version definitely runs slower and is falling more and more behind trying to sync; i.e. - it started off around 500 blocks behind and after 15 minutes of running it is now 650 blocks behind.

As of now it looks like I won't be able to mine DERO at all with Atlantis because I either can't get the blockchain to sync or else my system time gets too far out of whack way before Windows bothers to check a timeserver again (which is every 12 hours by default). I can (presumably) fix the latter issue by running a 3rd party timeserver, but there isn't anything I can do about the daemon syncing slower than new blocks are generated.

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June 09, 2018, 10:19:02 AM
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I left the daemon running all night and this morning it was once again complaining about system time deviation and it never did get the blockchain fully synced (yellow numbers). So I manually resynced the time, updated to 0.1.1 and this new version definitely runs slower and is falling more and more behind trying to sync; i.e. - it started off around 500 blocks behind and after 15 minutes of running it is now 650 blocks behind.

As of now it looks like I won't be able to mine DERO at all with Atlantis because I either can't get the blockchain to sync or else my system time gets too far out of whack way before Windows bothers to check a timeserver again (which is every 12 hours by default). I can (presumably) fix the latter issue by running a 3rd party timeserver, but there isn't anything I can do about the daemon syncing slower than new blocks are generated.



Hi,

Apparently from your various reports that there is an issue with your computer's clock?

We were able to successfully sync the Atlantis testnet update very low-end hardware with no issues at all. Could you please try to run it on a different system? (I previously understood you have several ones)

If you are still facing issues, please reach out in Slack or Discord, we are active there and would love to assist  Smiley

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I left the daemon running all night and this morning it was once again complaining about system time deviation and it never did get the blockchain fully synced (yellow numbers). So I manually resynced the time, updated to 0.1.1 and this new version definitely runs slower and is falling more and more behind trying to sync; i.e. - it started off around 500 blocks behind and after 15 minutes of running it is now 650 blocks behind.

As of now it looks like I won't be able to mine DERO at all with Atlantis because I either can't get the blockchain to sync or else my system time gets too far out of whack way before Windows bothers to check a timeserver again (which is every 12 hours by default). I can (presumably) fix the latter issue by running a 3rd party timeserver, but there isn't anything I can do about the daemon syncing slower than new blocks are generated.

Hi,

Apparently from your various reports that there is an issue with your computer's clock?

We were able to successfully sync the Atlantis testnet update very low-end hardware with no issues at all. Could you please try to run it on a different system? (I previously understood you have several ones)

If you are still facing issues, please reach out in Slack or Discord, we are active there and would love to assist  Smiley

That is precisely what I am doing now - running a fresh install of 0.1.1 on a different system. So far it is complaining about system time deviation despite 3 manual resyncs.

I know that Slack is active but the stream of consciousness format gives me a headache and I wanted to make sure that people who are only here (which included me up until a few days ago) are in the loop.


UPDATE -well, I also copied over the blockchain db file to speed up the syncing then after taking the dog for a walk (~30m) I came back to find it was all caught up... Go figure.
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June 09, 2018, 07:32:15 PM
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Hi guys, can someone please help me with this question. Which version of the daemon I should download from http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/ to run it on UBUNTU LINUX. I have some old PC and I want to use to mine DERO, but I am not used to linux.

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June 09, 2018, 08:40:54 PM
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Hi guys, can someone please help me with this question. Which version of the daemon I should download from http://seeds.dero.io/testnet/ to run it on UBUNTU LINUX. I have some old PC and I want to use to mine DERO, but I am not used to linux.

Thanks for answering
 

It will depend of your CPU (x86 or x64 architecture).

dero_linux_386.tar.gz       -> for x86 architecture
dero_linux_amd64.tar.gz  -> for x64 architecture
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