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March 17, 2018, 04:02:32 AM
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I am very happy with this update.
And it seems that I am very stable and fewer than before.
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March 17, 2018, 06:45:27 AM
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Is anyone seeing MUCH WORSE performance on low-end machines?
I have an old PC 1st gen i3, 6GB ram, 256GB ssd, Win 10 64bit and nothing else installed.
With 0.15.1, 0.15.0, 0.14.2, everything was fine. With 16 it takes minutes to do anything.
On the newer PCs I have running core everything is fine, but this on has become worse then useless. Before I wipe it and start again is anyone else seeing this behavior?

Yes, I know it's old and slow but all it does is just sit there with the core client running on it with nothing else and it's been fine like this for years. Did it just get too old or is it something else?

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No noticeable performance differences from 0.15.1 on Win7 x64 machine with overclocked i7-4700MQ CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Running with block pruning enabled. And I am really sensitive to any performance drops, like I am able to distinguish between RAM running at stock speeds vs. XMP profile loaded and timings tightened. So I suspect the problem is due to blockchain maintenance or some other thing going on.

then what's the point of releasing 0.15.1 when they could have waited, directly for this and release it instead

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March 17, 2018, 08:42:41 AM
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i see my pc x86 and btc core not work im waiting 2 month for all confirm transaction

You will need to download the whole blockchain. If you don't want to do that, switch to an SPV wallet like Electrum or run prune mode.

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March 17, 2018, 11:15:35 AM
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Is anyone seeing MUCH WORSE performance on low-end machines?
I have an old PC 1st gen i3, 6GB ram, 256GB ssd, Win 10 64bit and nothing else installed.
With 0.15.1, 0.15.0, 0.14.2, everything was fine. With 16 it takes minutes to do anything.
On the newer PCs I have running core everything is fine, but this on has become worse then useless. Before I wipe it and start again is anyone else seeing this behavior?

Yes, I know it's old and slow but all it does is just sit there with the core client running on it with nothing else and it's been fine like this for years. Did it just get too old or is it something else?

-Dave
No noticeable performance differences from 0.15.1 on Win7 x64 machine with overclocked i7-4700MQ CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Running with block pruning enabled. And I am really sensitive to any performance drops, like I am able to distinguish between RAM running at stock speeds vs. XMP profile loaded and timings tightened. So I suspect the problem is due to blockchain maintenance or some other thing going on.

then what's the point of releasing 0.15.1 when they could have waited, directly for this and release it instead

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Not sure what you mean. 15.1 had a lot of improvements to p2p behaviour, this release had a lot of improvements to many things especially segwit wallet support. Why should 15.1 have waited for this?

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March 17, 2018, 04:30:14 PM
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Hi, I am currently running a node on a Raspberry Pi (Ubuntu Mate) without any graphics interface. My node is already up to date with the latest blocks. Could someone let me know a command line to update the bitcoin client to the latest 0.16.0? I'll have to update my node through ssh
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March 18, 2018, 09:06:20 AM
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Is anyone seeing MUCH WORSE performance on low-end machines?
I have an old PC 1st gen i3, 6GB ram, 256GB ssd, Win 10 64bit and nothing else installed.
With 0.15.1, 0.15.0, 0.14.2, everything was fine. With 16 it takes minutes to do anything.
On the newer PCs I have running core everything is fine, but this on has become worse then useless. Before I wipe it and start again is anyone else seeing this behavior?

Yes, I know it's old and slow but all it does is just sit there with the core client running on it with nothing else and it's been fine like this for years. Did it just get too old or is it something else?

-Dave
No noticeable performance differences from 0.15.1 on Win7 x64 machine with overclocked i7-4700MQ CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Running with block pruning enabled. And I am really sensitive to any performance drops, like I am able to distinguish between RAM running at stock speeds vs. XMP profile loaded and timings tightened. So I suspect the problem is due to blockchain maintenance or some other thing going on.

then what's the point of releasing 0.15.1 when they could have waited, directly for this and release it instead

btw checksum 42706da1a95b2db8c5808529f73c2063a0dd770f71e0c8506bfa86dc0f3403ef

Not sure what you mean. 15.1 had a lot of improvements to p2p behaviour, this release had a lot of improvements to many things especially segwit wallet support. Why should 15.1 have waited for this?

i mean just skip 15.1 and include everything in 16
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March 18, 2018, 01:19:02 PM
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Is anyone seeing MUCH WORSE performance on low-end machines?
I have an old PC 1st gen i3, 6GB ram, 256GB ssd, Win 10 64bit and nothing else installed.
With 0.15.1, 0.15.0, 0.14.2, everything was fine. With 16 it takes minutes to do anything.
On the newer PCs I have running core everything is fine, but this on has become worse then useless. Before I wipe it and start again is anyone else seeing this behavior?

Yes, I know it's old and slow but all it does is just sit there with the core client running on it with nothing else and it's been fine like this for years. Did it just get too old or is it something else?

-Dave
No noticeable performance differences from 0.15.1 on Win7 x64 machine with overclocked i7-4700MQ CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Running with block pruning enabled. And I am really sensitive to any performance drops, like I am able to distinguish between RAM running at stock speeds vs. XMP profile loaded and timings tightened. So I suspect the problem is due to blockchain maintenance or some other thing going on.

then what's the point of releasing 0.15.1 when they could have waited, directly for this and release it instead

btw checksum 42706da1a95b2db8c5808529f73c2063a0dd770f71e0c8506bfa86dc0f3403ef

Not sure what you mean. 15.1 had a lot of improvements to p2p behaviour, this release had a lot of improvements to many things especially segwit wallet support. Why should 15.1 have waited for this?

i mean just skip 15.1 and include everything in 16

What is the point of that? Then you would have had to wait until now for the features that 15.1 contained. Same could be said about 0.16, why bother releasing 0.16 when we could save all the features for 0.17? We make regular releases so that the features actually get out into real use in stable, gitian built, signed binaries.

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March 19, 2018, 12:38:58 PM
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Is anyone seeing MUCH WORSE performance on low-end machines?
I have an old PC 1st gen i3, 6GB ram, 256GB ssd, Win 10 64bit and nothing else installed.
With 0.15.1, 0.15.0, 0.14.2, everything was fine. With 16 it takes minutes to do anything.
On the newer PCs I have running core everything is fine, but this on has become worse then useless. Before I wipe it and start again is anyone else seeing this behavior?

Yes, I know it's old and slow but all it does is just sit there with the core client running on it with nothing else and it's been fine like this for years. Did it just get too old or is it something else?

-Dave
No noticeable performance differences from 0.15.1 on Win7 x64 machine with overclocked i7-4700MQ CPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. Running with block pruning enabled. And I am really sensitive to any performance drops, like I am able to distinguish between RAM running at stock speeds vs. XMP profile loaded and timings tightened. So I suspect the problem is due to blockchain maintenance or some other thing going on.

then what's the point of releasing 0.15.1 when they could have waited, directly for this and release it instead

btw checksum 42706da1a95b2db8c5808529f73c2063a0dd770f71e0c8506bfa86dc0f3403ef

Not sure what you mean. 15.1 had a lot of improvements to p2p behaviour, this release had a lot of improvements to many things especially segwit wallet support. Why should 15.1 have waited for this?

i mean just skip 15.1 and include everything in 16

What is the point of that? Then you would have had to wait until now for the features that 15.1 contained. Same could be said about 0.16, why bother releasing 0.16 when we could save all the features for 0.17? We make regular releases so that the features actually get out into real use in stable, gitian built, signed binaries.

that's not my point, what i mean is that it's pointless to release many releases in a short time, 15.1 was still new
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March 19, 2018, 05:25:10 PM
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that's not my point, what i mean is that it's pointless to release many releases in a short time, 15.1 was still new
0.15.1 was released just shy of 5 months before 0.16.0 was released. I wouldn't say that is "too many releases in a short time", after all we do releases every 6 months (or we try to).

Anyways, the point of releasing 0.15.1 was to get a release which had additional handling for forks in order to avoid network problems with the 2x fork that was planned to happen at that time but got cancelled. It had additional handling for invalid blocks and such to avoid troubles with forks in general. That is why that was released. We considered it an urgent release because of the 2x fork which could disrupt the network.

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March 20, 2018, 05:01:39 PM
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Is this wallet for pc?
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March 20, 2018, 07:01:31 PM
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Is this wallet for pc?
Yes, it is a desktop wallet.

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March 21, 2018, 11:56:31 AM
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Is this wallet for pc?
Yes it is
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March 21, 2018, 03:56:57 PM
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Is this version only for pc? Maybe there's also for mobile.. Well correct me if I am wrong.
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March 21, 2018, 04:38:20 PM
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Is this version only for pc? Maybe there's also for mobile.. Well correct me if I am wrong.

This version only for PC. For mobile use blockchain.com, for example

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March 21, 2018, 05:02:34 PM
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Excellent news, those bugs fixed are going to make the diference.
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March 21, 2018, 05:30:08 PM
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How many Gigs will this take up on my HD?
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March 21, 2018, 05:36:27 PM
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How many Gigs will this take up on my HD?

180 GB

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March 21, 2018, 06:28:07 PM
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that's what it's for? I have not understood, please explain it ..
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March 23, 2018, 09:45:01 AM
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I think the most notable change in 0.16.0 is the introduction of full support for Segregated Witness (SegWit), a scaling solution that activated on the Bitcoin network. Is it right information?

Yes, its right. In version 0.15.1 also implemented SegWit, comand in console "addwitnessaddres"  adds the address to the list and the program worked correctly with it

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March 23, 2018, 11:02:10 AM
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I use Bitcoin Core . I thinking is the safest and most reliable way to store bitcoins.
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