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December 25, 2013, 08:29:34 PM
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That's 40 nodes in 4 geographic locations!

Badassery, this!

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MORE NEWS - A file CDN!

Good idea, might be better in the long term than endless dropboxing. Smiley

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December 25, 2013, 08:30:54 PM
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Xmas Update!

Another 10 nodes have been deployed in Dallas. DNS is propagating and will soon be seen as node31-node40.

That's 40 nodes in 4 geographic locations!

The nxt cluster of 10 will be with a new cloud provider so it might take a bit to code up the differences.

ALSO - the first vanity node is launched - panda.nxtbase.com - hallmarked by the sponsor. Hot damn!

Deployment update:
Funds received - 237'500 nxt
Nodes deployed - 41
Nodes queued - 37

Funding goal remaining for 100 nodes by Jan 3 - 64'000 nxt

To sponsor a node for 3 months (end of March), send 3000 nxt to 11243542237777034551. Vanity nodes are 4500 nxt and will have your hallmark (good large stakeholder PR).

MORE NEWS - A file CDN! The latest NRS is now available here: http://files.nxtbase.com/nrs-0.4.7e.zip and served from 231 locations. Donations accepted as I'm paying for this directly.


+1000 Great work so far

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December 25, 2013, 08:32:34 PM
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question:

is it better to setup all nodes with wellKnownAdress, so they know each-other,
or better without to have the network more randomized?

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December 25, 2013, 08:35:31 PM
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I have a bunch of dedicated servers, but all at one data center. Is there any benefit from deploying the server code on more than one of the servers?

What would the typical CPU load be? These are compute oriented servers, so not much bandwidth for each, maybe 10mbps.

How much would this help?

James

cpu load is negligible.
every node helps to split the load.

it is java memory intensive though.  yes!  putem up!
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December 25, 2013, 08:37:12 PM
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But next time people should refuse to accept payments with short deadlines (less than 24h), coz a blockchain reorg can invalidate them.

How to refuse payments with short deadlines? We can just ask the sender to put a high deadline? Or is this somehow configurable for the receiver?

Only ask.
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December 25, 2013, 08:38:59 PM
Last edit: December 25, 2013, 08:49:35 PM by nexern
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during db-reorg i found these accounts with a wrong timestamp within the new accounts tab ( firstTransaction) .
don't know atm if this is usefull and perhaps they disappear during reorg but just in case:

7888415167493005079   100000000000000000
10516009191348851390   100000000000000000
2314183288644497307   100000000000000000
5250567211981518110   100000000000000000
11677876759047390903   100000000000000000
2147483647   100000000000000000
4857170452628757818   100000000000000000
5462248282565829457   100000000000000000
10114615439028648795   100000000000000000
3381792619026405264   100000000000000000
3759648283252271934   100000000000000000
18086683917572350085   100000000000000000
8238799282209797336   100000000000000000
8790941567267590103   100000000000000000
4372740026049220618   100000000000000000
15804565503109125409   100000000000000000
12583320836114979640   100000000000000000
1767555585372309961   100000000000000000
14072036897170755452   100000000000000000
3891714074198047679   100000000000000000
6710064646013930373   100000000000000000
18317719362253159463   100000000000000000
13042910513970450393   100000000000000000
15013165016991110649   100000000000000000
4388928359291563023   100000000000000000
17111790843234865316   100000000000000000
17310921314497104753   100000000000000000
9106732049822585515   100000000000000000
14659079516664724683   100000000000000000
16958579998696111878   100000000000000000
10916964989443436998   100000000000000000
15210504089337899163   100000000000000000
919920488356712028   100000000000000000
1310875814416968199   100000000000000000
8898489632191279519   100000000000000000
229632774445666402   100000000000000000
12780931541208753521   100000000000000000
11070677356459797346   100000000000000000
4544276529656574342   100000000000000000
424520799545011253   100000000000000000
1041322757246755784   100000000000000000
12124277203207678991   100000000000000000
1155705974240966759   100000000000000000

edit: seems they are wipped during bc reset.
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December 25, 2013, 08:45:17 PM
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OK, I got it running on one server, but I only have ssh access to it. How can I make sure it is working right?

Once I get one going, I can cssh all 150 of the servers in a few hours.

How much would 150 servers help things?

James

P.S. donations would be nice as these are productions servers that will make less revenue by doing this.

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December 25, 2013, 08:46:09 PM
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People how can I access my wallet??! I have IOS.. thanks!
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December 25, 2013, 08:48:25 PM
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rickyjames do you want to post your findings on there?

Sure, I'll post some thoughts over there.  I was a member at the raspberrypi.org forum from day one.  And I always have something to say.   Smiley

OK, just for the record, below are the two postings I have made in Ola's forum post at the Raspberry Pi forum, which was approved for publication by a totally bewildered mod that couldn't figure out if it was a joke, spam, or cry for help: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=64229&p=474419#p474419

"This is a long story, bear with me a second. The people that wandered in above [Ola and landomata] asking for help are in the middle of a war, fighting for something they care about very much (and I do too), so they are sleep deprived and a little shell shocked and perhaps sound a little crazed. Before I go on with a few paragraphs of background below in my next post, here's what any responding Raspberry Pi owner is being asked to do, posted as a dispatch from the middle of the struggle:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic ... msg4140793"

AND

"OK, background to all of this.

Maybe you've heard of Bitcoin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin) in the news lately, maybe not. It's a new kind of digital money that was started five years ago that has grown into a billion-dollar business today. It depends on volunteers running computers in the background (for a Bitcoin profit) to solve increasingly harder cryptographic puzzles that secure the holdings of its (explosively) growing user base. Although Bitcoin is reasonably healthy today, it is a distinct possibility that in the next few years it will fail as the scaling of the background computers becomes too much to sustain. In the meantime, since the original bitcoin source code is public domain, there have been 50-75 "me-too" competitors to Bitcoin that have popped up. They tweak relatively minor aspects of the Bitcoin code to claim an advantage, but bottom-line they all share the same "need-ever-more-computers-to-solve-harder-crypto-puzzles (Proof-of-Work or PoW)" feature / flaw of the original Bitcoin.

NXT (pronounced "next") is a proposed alternative to Bitcoin. It has been written from the ground up in Java by a huge and growing group of developers (read about them here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303898.0 and here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0 ) and uses the end-user wallet software in a peer-to-peer network to secure the transactions, not a separate class of "miner" computers running separately in the background. It also has many new features that Bitcoin lacks. Many people, me included, think it is the future of digital money and the logical successor to Bitcoin. It is currently in beta test among limited users and is to be publically released on January 3, 2014 - the 5th anniversary of the Bitcoin launch.

There's multi-millions of real dollars at stake here, and Bitcoin is not going to give up the throne without a fight. To that end, the ongoing beta test of NXT has been sabotaged by an unknown assailant launching a DDoS attack against NXT and trying to spoil its rollout next week. This attack floods the internet with junk packets aimed at the (currently relatively few) computers running the NXT software, swamping them and causing fatal loss of communication in the NXT network. If only there were LOTS more computers that could quickly be added to the NXT network and keep it going...

That's where the Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi users come in. The NXT developers have come up with a tweaked package of their software that will run on a Raspberry Pi. If you run this software, load the resulting wallet with 1 to 10 NXT coins, and leave the Raspberry Pi running and hooked up to the internet, then you have helped the NXT network grow stronger. Thank you.

What's in it for you? Getting in on the ground floor of a new digital currency that may well become as big as Bitcoin, a lot faster than Bitcoin did. Maybe you read this story: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2 ... -oslo-home . There's no guarantee that will ever happen again, but it might. As an initial investor in NXT, you can get some initial free coins to run in your Raspberry Pi NXT wallet from many sources (https://nextcoin.org/index.php/board,29.0.html) and even buy significantly more if you choose from official exchanges like dgex.com. However, at this stage you should view NXT as nothing more that a SPECULATIVE INVESTMENT; don't risk money you can't afford to lose!

NXT is a deep subject and this is a very brief overview. But if you investigate it and decide to help by turning your Raspberry Pi into a NXT node for a few weeks through the January 3 launch, you would be getting the appreciation of many fine people. And possibly helping to create the future."

Hope this helps.
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December 25, 2013, 08:48:58 PM
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People how can I access my wallet??! I have IOS.. thanks!

Well, you can't run the server there on the phone... You have to have it running somewhere else in your network, then access its client site from the iOS device.

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December 25, 2013, 08:50:08 PM
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I have a bunch of dedicated servers, but all at one data center. Is there any benefit from deploying the server code on more than one of the servers?

What would the typical CPU load be? These are compute oriented servers, so not much bandwidth for each, maybe 10mbps.

How much would this help?

James

cpu load is negligible.
every node helps to split the load.

it is java memory intensive though.  yes!  putem up!

I never understood this. On a hallmarked node in AWS with 3.7GB RAM (2GB heap) I'm seeing very good memory performance out of the NRS application; looking at GC charts it really seems like it wouldn't benefit from any more than 1GB or maybe even 768GB heap on a 1GB server. If anyone is truly seeing memory issues at medium/large heaps then I'd be really interested in seeing the GC logs from that - please feel free to link me a pastebin of the GC logs after running a while using GC log settings such as:

-verbose:gc -Xloggc:gc.log -XX:+PrintGCDateStamps -XX:+PrintGCDetails
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December 25, 2013, 08:52:25 PM
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Stucking at 24483    304%


@CfB  When next not-experimental version will be avaible?

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December 25, 2013, 08:53:36 PM
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I can set up multiple copies of nxt on virtual servers but I only have one IP onto the internet through my firewall, so each copy won't get a unique ip onto the public internet.

so will these multiple copies make a contribution to the network through my firewall like my current single running copy of nxt hopefully does? - if they will I'm happy to set them up Smiley

Second do they need to be connected to an account and if they do can they all be connected with the same account i.e. passphrase?

Let me know and I can probably add a number of copies of nxt if this will work.

cheers.

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December 25, 2013, 08:55:00 PM
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Who all these ppl who buy NXT? Was there an article somewhere recently?
Just wait for the articles to appear. The number of people from all over the world getting in is growing exponentially, and virtually nobody wants to sell their NXT currently.

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December 25, 2013, 08:56:43 PM
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24492      5430757907205901788      25 Cнeжaнь 2013 23:54:25   
      
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December 25, 2013, 08:56:52 PM
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Can someone explain to me why Nxt is getting so much value if the source isn't opened yet? That worsens pump&dumpy possibilities, because the first judgement has to be with regards to quality of source code. But hey, the market fill figure out (after a lot of people will lose a lot of money). I think a lot of development is diluting the concept of alt-coin, or rather the current on-boarding stream for coins.
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December 25, 2013, 08:57:31 PM
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Current:
   
24490      4071545868996394636      25.12.2013 21:51:36   
2      25'300 + 2      256 B   
1      1076223165758466293      449 %


below are the two postings I have made in Ola's forum post at the Raspberry Pi forum, which was approved for publication by a totally bewildered mod that couldn't figure out if it was a joke, spam, or cry for help

I can totally imagine the mod being overwhelmed there right now, trying to hold on to his sanity Smiley

"... but I only read about glorified cell phone hardware all day."


New:

24497      4747512364439223888      25.12.2013 22:02:37   
0      0 + 0      0 B   
1      17481804194834374797      585 %

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December 25, 2013, 09:03:04 PM
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Stucking at 24483    304%


@CfB  When next not-experimental version will be avaible?


No idea yet. It seems to me that Transparent Mining will be activated a little bit later, we had too much fun last few days.
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December 25, 2013, 09:05:00 PM
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Current:
   
24490      4071545868996394636      25.12.2013 21:51:36   
2      25'300 + 2      256 B   
1      1076223165758466293      449 %


below are the two postings I have made in Ola's forum post at the Raspberry Pi forum, which was approved for publication by a totally bewildered mod that couldn't figure out if it was a joke, spam, or cry for help

I can totally imagine the mod being overwhelmed there right now, trying to hold on to his sanity Smiley

"... but I only read about glorified cell phone hardware all day."


New:

24497      4747512364439223888      25.12.2013 22:02:37   
0      0 + 0      0 B   
1      17481804194834374797      585 %

+1 His response was priceless

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December 25, 2013, 09:06:12 PM
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Can someone explain to me why Nxt is getting so much value if the source isn't opened yet?

Actually the source code is open. All that u need is just to run a disassembler against Nxt binaries. Nothing is obfuscated, u'll get almost 100% copy of the source.
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