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August 14, 2013, 10:02:20 PM
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I have downloaded the v1.2beta and cleared the blockchain, but when the new client tries to sync gets stuck at 3953 block remaining.
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August 14, 2013, 10:05:07 PM
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Here is how i lost all my PHS.

I had mined 450 PHS.

Had problems with syncing, but eventually I was about 2k blocks from beeing synced and all my phs were @ stakes.

I tried using the 1.0 client to sync then revert to 1.2 deleted all but my wallet.

Coins gone, all of them. The transactions that coins come in from the pools are visible and verified but 0 coins present!

what can I do peolple, this is really frustrating....


nayone wishing to put me back in the game: 9mpEEX3zTMuPNFbyzk7isVSKLck4Nh2M5M


But what I really want is a way to get the coins I mined back!

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August 14, 2013, 10:06:11 PM
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This needs to die... so tat diff will drop and ppl will stop having issues syncing.

When can these bad nodes be blocked?

18:03:21

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"addr" : "198.50.233.22:16281",
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"banscore" : 0
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"addr" : "174.129.1.17:16281",
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"addr" : "64.120.17.149:38262",
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"addr" : "188.252.16.109:46477",
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August 14, 2013, 10:07:45 PM
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I have downloaded the v1.2beta and cleared the blockchain, but when the new client tries to sync gets stuck at 3953 block remaining.

try restart I think someone else had same problem earlier

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.msg2931558#msg2931558


It's because you have a bad node or two in peers

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August 14, 2013, 10:09:06 PM
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Here is how i lost all my PHS.

I had mined 450 PHS.

Had problems with syncing, but eventually I was about 2k blocks from beeing synced and all my phs were @ stakes.

I tried using the 1.0 client to sync then revert to 1.2 deleted all but my wallet.

Coins gone, all of them. The transactions that coins come in from the pools are visible and verified but 0 coins present!

what can I do peolple, this is really frustrating....


nayone wishing to put me back in the game: 9mpEEX3zTMuPNFbyzk7isVSKLck4Nh2M5M


But what I really want is a way to get the coins I mined back!

I am not sure depends when you got the coins, I would not count them gone just yet, maybe someone else can help you , I would just delete everything but wallet and run new client see what happens (backup wallet first of course)

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August 14, 2013, 10:11:48 PM
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This needs to die... so tat diff will drop and ppl will stop having issues syncing.

When can these bad nodes be blocked?




Ya I am aware there is a few active but dying forks, if they don't upgrade or go away we can get rid of them with client update in near future

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August 14, 2013, 10:13:32 PM
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This needs to die... so tat diff will drop and ppl will stop having issues syncing.

When can these bad nodes be blocked?




As far as dif.. it may go much higher in near future mine when ya can

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August 14, 2013, 10:16:18 PM
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I'll give the pool another try. The last one was quite close to my estimates.

the problem of this pool originally was a derped client which had bad connectivity and many blocks were rejected,. recently its because the difficulty is very high so is variance, although block history seems about right now and lately

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August 14, 2013, 10:17:27 PM
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Here is how i lost all my PHS.

I had mined 450 PHS.

Had problems with syncing, but eventually I was about 2k blocks from beeing synced and all my phs were @ stakes.

I tried using the 1.0 client to sync then revert to 1.2 deleted all but my wallet.

Coins gone, all of them. The transactions that coins come in from the pools are visible and verified but 0 coins present!

what can I do peolple, this is really frustrating....


nayone wishing to put me back in the game: 9mpEEX3zTMuPNFbyzk7isVSKLck4Nh2M5M


But what I really want is a way to get the coins I mined back!

Save your wallet to another location.  Delete the entire blockchain but leave your wallet and conf files, download the new 1.2 source and try to resync.

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August 14, 2013, 10:18:51 PM
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PHS.MINAR.CC POOL UP.
Client updated to latest version 1.2 (    "version" : "v1.2.0.0-beta-1",) with fixed source from:

https://github.com/palmd/philosopherstone at commit 69abf371d5.

Was chain fast this time? and no problems?
Yes less than 3 mins whole chain downloaded, BUT! i had to restart the client for the blocks to start downloading.
Code:
I stopped the 1.2 client
I deleted blockchain
i swapped the 1.2 client for 1.2-beta-1
i started client
i got a few logs about nodes, but nothing about new blocks
I stopped the 1.2-beta-1 client
i started the 1.2-beta-1 client
blocks starting to sync lighting fast

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August 14, 2013, 10:20:49 PM
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I'll give the pool another try. The last one was quite close to my estimates.

the problem of this pool originally was a derped client which had bad connectivity and many blocks were rejected,. recently its because the difficulty is very high so is variance, although block history seems about right now and lately
Thats pretty accurate.
Weirdness was all caused by forks. I was told many times on this thread that my pool payed way less than what they thought it should have payed, i didnt know why, now it is clear that the forks were responsible.
You are welcome any time at phs.minar.cc Smiley

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August 14, 2013, 10:21:28 PM
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Wanted potential miners and savers to know.. the difficulty rise may be caused by lots of stakes coming in.  If this is the case, it will only get worse as time goes on and curtail PoW block production more and more as the stakes increase in number.  Basically it means the sooner you miner and start your stake the better off you will be. Also means mine now and kick back, live on interest later.


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August 14, 2013, 10:24:25 PM
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I'll give the pool another try. The last one was quite close to my estimates.

the problem of this pool originally was a derped client which had bad connectivity and many blocks were rejected,. recently its because the difficulty is very high so is variance, although block history seems about right now and lately
Thats pretty accurate.
Weirdness was all caused by forks. I was told many times on this thread that my pool payed way less than what they thought it should have payed, i didnt know why, now it is clear that the forks were responsible.
You are welcome any time at phs.minar.cc Smiley

yes this is true the client was the problem the first week+, not to mention bad nodes rejecting blocks Sad   Solo miners with rejected blocks experienced this as well. always pump up connections and forward ports if you solo-mine

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August 14, 2013, 10:34:24 PM
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Yeah, if you have access to your Firewall/Router settings...
Something strange happened with my wallets couple of days ago:
The one - with only about 850 coins got about 130 PHS from POS
The other one - with about 4500 coins - got less than 100 PHS?!? ( That happend after the fork drama. )
Can anyone explane it to me, please? I don't get it.  Cheesy
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August 14, 2013, 10:34:42 PM
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Why do stakes cause a rise in diff?  Just wondering
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August 14, 2013, 10:46:14 PM
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Yeah, if you have access to your Firewall/Router settings...
Something strange happened with my wallets couple of days ago:
The one - with only about 850 coins got about 130 PHS from POS
The other one - with about 4500 coins - got less than 100 PHS?!? ( That happend after the fork drama. )
Can anyone explane it to me, please? I don't get it.  Cheesy

I have added uPNP capability to the QT client which will auto open your ports on supported routers, I haven't made the bins yet will be included in beta2 client. (goto settings>options>network>use upnp)
or you can make your own bins with it now. https://github.com/palmd/philosopherstone

there is so many forks that would be my guess,..

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August 14, 2013, 10:49:19 PM
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I am testing beta2 client and will release later if it behaves.  If that goes well and the client is stable for some time we should see even less chance for forks and orphans.  Will also notify exchanges at this time.

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August 14, 2013, 10:51:25 PM
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Yep, 42 connections on the first, and 11 on the second wallet. Thank you!.
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August 14, 2013, 10:52:42 PM
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I have downloaded the v1.2beta and cleared the blockchain, but when the new client tries to sync gets stuck at 3953 block remaining.

try restart I think someone else had same problem earlier

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.msg2931558#msg2931558


It's because you have a bad node or two in peers

cleared again and now synced fine.  Smiley
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August 14, 2013, 10:54:22 PM
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Why do stakes cause a rise in diff?  Just wondering

I think the way PoS was originally designed (ie ppcoin) was to reduce power usage over time.  My understanding is that over time there is more PoS blocks and less PoW blocks, which in theory reduces power cost, but I guess time will tell.  With PHS this is magnified of course greatly.

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