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December 19, 2013, 12:12:39 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

i can confirm all of these issues

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December 19, 2013, 12:15:19 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

Thanks! It's very helpful to get detailed bug reports like these. Do you have an address for tips?

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December 19, 2013, 12:20:22 PM
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Thanks! It's very helpful to get detailed bug reports like these. Do you have an address for tips?

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December 19, 2013, 12:46:03 PM
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i left my miner running yesterday after the update to 0.8.54 when i returned today the miner had stopped being responsive to commands and it had lost sync with the network at somepoint yesterday.

upon closing and restarting it said i needed to recompile so i deleted all in the appdata folder and tried to resync

i tried reloading but no connections found in about 5 mins so i restarted a couple more times then just left it open ...

after about 20 mins of no connections and it being 3 days behind i have just seen it change i have 2 connection and its resyncing slowly in case anyone has had same problem you just need to be patient it will resync slowly

Hopefully i will be back on soon hunting for my first reward Smiley
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December 19, 2013, 12:47:52 PM
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I need to add i also had manually to cancel the process of the MemorycoinQt in task manager to restart it
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December 19, 2013, 01:33:14 PM
Last edit: December 19, 2013, 01:45:00 PM by Delinquency
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Glitch when restarting after crash. Happened twice. had to clean the block chain and chainstate folders and rebuild to fix.

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ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
testHash ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff, 0
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ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
found solution - 814 / 1968 / 239863267
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
testHash 8483376418dfb5403da6e6eff6d4f11215dbb1cc1eb6e16028d276a5494597b8, 1
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ThreadRPCServer method=getinfo
keypool reserve 3
keypool return 3
ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo



MemoryCoin version v0.8.5-59-g2806f95-beta (2013-12-18 17:42:32 +0700)
Using OpenSSL version OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013
Startup time: 2013-12-19 13:29:28
Default data directory /root/.memorycoin
Using data directory /root/.memorycoin
Using at most 125 connections (1024 file descriptors available)
Using 16 threads for script verification
init message: Verifying wallet...
dbenv.open LogDir=/root/.memorycoin/database ErrorFile=/root/.memorycoin/db.log
Bound to [::]:1968
Bound to 0.0.0.0:1968
init message: Loading block index...
Opening LevelDB in /root/.memorycoin/blocks/index
Opened LevelDB successfully
Opening LevelDB in /root/.memorycoin/chainstate
Opened LevelDB successfully
ERROR: CheckProofOfWork() : hash doesn't match nBits
ERROR: LoadBlockIndex() : CheckIndex failed: CBlockIndex(pprev=0x7f2d88810960, pnext=(nil), nHeight=860, merkle=5673807da71bc8de6f7f9d5e618e3dd05bbf901b088742cd2383596eb7a8332f, hashBlock=ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff)
: Error loading block database.
Do you want to rebuild the block database now?
Flush(false)
DBFlush(false) ended               0ms
StopNode()
Flushed 0 addresses to peers.dat  2ms
Committing 0 changed transactions to coin database...

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December 19, 2013, 01:48:06 PM
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mine keep stalling at 2 days to go - no block source
also when my memorycoinqt starts its already mining with 8 processes so i have to stop it.

it was all working great till the updates other than major difficulty jumps

anyone know of a solution ?
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December 19, 2013, 01:50:01 PM
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Same here- deleted the old block chain and takes forever to load the block and crashes... exact same operation on the linux box and it was up and running in a few minutes.


Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.
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December 19, 2013, 02:03:21 PM
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please post your debug logs so that the devs can fix asap.
Same here- deleted the old block chain and takes forever to load the block and crashes... exact same operation on the linux box and it was up and running in a few minutes.


Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.
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December 19, 2013, 02:06:27 PM
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Seems like people are still having this issue of getting stuck.  Here's my solution hope it works for you.

1) make sure you have latest build v0.8.54.0-unk-beta
2) if you're getting stuck per se, go to the the path where the appdata is contained.  in my case it's C:\Users\abuchanan\AppData\Roaming\MemoryCoin so yours will most likely be C:\Users\[WINDOWS_USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\MemoryCoin
3) Go and delete everything in there except wallet.dat and peers.dat
4) start up the memorycoin.exe again and let it sync back up from day 0 to now.
5) should be fine after this, if not addnodes...add more nodes...oh an keep adding nodes wait a bit and you should be okay.
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December 19, 2013, 02:10:05 PM
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So I had download the update for a fork at 7xx(can't remember what it was) and thought everything was fine. Didn't notice that you had decided to emergency fork it at 607.

Came home yesterday and was excited to have finally found a block. It wasn't real, though.

How was I supposed to know that you would decide to fork it 100 blocks earlier......

I'm really disappointed in this coin. I've been mining since the release and I'm done.
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December 19, 2013, 02:12:53 PM
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So I had download the update for a fork at 7xx(can't remember what it was) and thought everything was fine. Didn't notice that you had decided to emergency fork it at 607.

Came home yesterday and was excited to have finally found a block. It wasn't real, though.

How was I supposed to know that you would decide to fork it 100 blocks earlier......

I'm really disappointed in this coin. I've been mining since the release and I'm done.

These are some of the pains when adopting a new coin, early bugs.
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December 19, 2013, 02:58:04 PM
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So I had download the update for a fork at 7xx(can't remember what it was) and thought everything was fine. Didn't notice that you had decided to emergency fork it at 607.

Came home yesterday and was excited to have finally found a block. It wasn't real, though.

How was I supposed to know that you would decide to fork it 100 blocks earlier......

I'm really disappointed in this coin. I've been mining since the release and I'm done.

These are some of the pains when adopting a new coin, early bugs.

I know, I know. I just can't keep running my friends' computers (with their permission) at full blast only to find out it's gotten out of sync with the blockchain or that a new fork has been released immediately. I don't have the time for it. I think I'm still going to keep working on making a working Mac client that I can release for those who would be interested. I wish I knew more about miner development so I can help out with that.
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December 19, 2013, 03:08:00 PM
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Well, I've been running the Windows client for about 5 days and have encountered some bugs. They are all the same for all 3 released binary versions and didn't improve in any way. Just want to summarize the issues for the Windows build:

1. Sync problem

After starting the client it can't sync ("No block source available"). Reproduced behind NAT. Sometimes you simply have to wait 10-30 min. and it syncs. Sometimes it doesn't. Adding lots of nodes from this thread to the memorycoin.conf file seems to fix this issue.

Also sometimes the client appears to be synced but the block count is less than real block count. Improves after some time or after restart.

2. Program crash

Usually happens when you turn mining on and off several times or change thread count. For example: Mine 4 Processes -> Mine 2 Processes -> Switch Mining Off -> Mine 4 Processes -> crash. I noticed that you have to wait for some time for mining to actually stop before enabling it again but it doesn't prevent crashes. Sometimes the crash is followed by database corruption.

3. Database corruption

Happens after number 3. After starting the client it shows a dialog like "Do you want to rebuild index?" Then it reindexes the database.

4. Mining stops

After mining for some time it stops. Enabling mining with any number of threads doesn't work even if the blockchain is in sync and with correct block count. Restarting client fixes this.

5. The application doesn't close

Usually happens after number 4. After closing the client window memorycoin-qt.exe can still be seen in the process list.

i can confirm all of these issues, too
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December 19, 2013, 03:08:40 PM
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Seems like people are still having this issue of getting stuck.  Here's my solution hope it works for you.

1) make sure you have latest build v0.8.54.0-unk-beta
2) if you're getting stuck per se, go to the the path where the appdata is contained.  in my case it's C:\Users\abuchanan\AppData\Roaming\MemoryCoin so yours will most likely be C:\Users\[WINDOWS_USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\MemoryCoin
3) Go and delete everything in there except wallet.dat and peers.dat
4) start up the memorycoin.exe again and let it sync back up from day 0 to now.
5) should be fine after this, if not addnodes...add more nodes...oh an keep adding nodes wait a bit and you should be okay.

Yes, this is the right solution. Already on www.MemoryCoin.info, see "does't sync after update?"

Everybody, please follow these instructions.

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December 19, 2013, 03:30:41 PM
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i am back mining Smiley thanks for your help !
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December 19, 2013, 03:58:12 PM
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My linux miner is getting this error.

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hash 000017ac448ad704e15cd67064269f52c32d24f00d4ed57b7faebc2a15130d7b < 00035b8e00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

Debug.log right before the crash
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ThreadRPCServer method=getmininginfo
testHash ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff, 0
Start Search
Added 1 addresses from 15.126.229.178: 644 tried, 9857 new
CTxMemPool::accept() : accepted 1dee8442b875f6524bc280efef7a1188afffeb80de8d5878009ea92a860ca929 (poolsz 1)
testHash ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff, 0
Create Block, 968
After grant ...
CreateNewBlock(): total size 1341
Difficulty Retarget - Kimoto Gravity Well
PastRateAdjustmentRatio = 1.27278
Before: 1f035c89 00035c8900000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
After: 1f0357cc 000357ccf45ba1d7b287ac763a4e06b9bc6405f78e1eff8504d448b775d936b9
Test Connect Block
Running MemoryCoinMiner with 2 transactions in block (537 bytes)
Start Search
Flushed 10500 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
Added 1 addresses from 115.28.54.118: 644 tried, 9857 new
Added 1 addresses from 15.126.228.238: 644 tried, 9856 new
Added 1 addresses from 61.170.211.190: 644 tried, 9856 new
testHash ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff, 0
Start Search

Although this may be a memory leak. I haven't checked my daemon's resources before the crash.

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December 19, 2013, 04:01:15 PM
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you can put your  Haspermin here https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=1498.0 and have an idea of the best processor
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December 19, 2013, 04:22:23 PM
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HOW annoying all crash issue fixed just fking SYNC not? No sync 3days ago fking wallet, i delete many time roaming folder etc but nothing... CAN u fix it?Huh?
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December 19, 2013, 04:42:08 PM
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HOW annoying all crash issue fixed just fking SYNC not? No sync 3days ago fking wallet, i delete many time roaming folder etc but nothing... CAN u fix it?Huh?

Sorry man. Do you have any other client connected right now? Run getpeers and add those nodes to the client that doesn't sync. I've setup some nodes for people, but they don't keep that many connections for some reason Sad Our new CNO will look into creating better nodes.

Everybody who wants to upgrade, listen! Do not delete peers.dat so after upgrade you can reconnect quickly.

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