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May 15, 2012, 05:02:44 PM
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I just use the tools as supplied (android and web); do they load balance on their own (I accept that it's highly unlikely that I would ever get near 800 per hour with just those applications, I'm asking out of interest)?

The android/iphone and web client all use the api so are limited as well. You can view your current number of requests on the api page: http://blockchain.info/api - the 800 might actually be a little low.

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Couldn't you just set up a DNS round robin over those servers?

Yep the DNS is round robin as well.

The "transactions aren't being broadcast" problem still persists. I'm on day 3 and still can't send my funds outside of my blockchain.info wallet.

I think i've probably found the cause of this:

This transaction:

http://blockchain.info/tx-index/5567308/e1dab7fe6f9dc5d2ce9fa1947eb95cc02ab6e0a39fb2db34592331b61325800a

Is missing an input:

http://blockexplorer.com/tx/e1dab7fe6f9dc5d2ce9fa1947eb95cc02ab6e0a39fb2db34592331b61325800a

I don't know if this is the only one but I have an automated tool to fix inconsistencies like this which is running now.

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May 15, 2012, 06:05:43 PM
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Strange.

That transaction references Satoshi dice.
Did the dice break the Internet? Tongue

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May 15, 2012, 06:14:49 PM
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Strange.

That transaction references Satoshi dice.
Did the dice break the Internet? Tongue

Someone running a double up bot on satoshi dice is my guess then.

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May 15, 2012, 06:48:04 PM
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I can't open my wallet, blockchain.info shows this message: "Lock wait timeout exceeded; try restarting transaction "

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May 15, 2012, 07:00:55 PM
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Now, I can open my wallet but I can't get muy wallet ballance.

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May 15, 2012, 07:24:15 PM
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Not sure if its related, but the latest blocks all show up as orphaned:
https://www.blockchain.info/blocks

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May 15, 2012, 08:50:08 PM
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I can't open my wallet, blockchain.info shows this message: "Lock wait timeout exceeded; try restarting transaction "

Someone found a query which caused the wallets table to lock for a long time.

This has been causing problems with the Site for the last 24 hours, initially I though it was due to high load. Things should be smoother now.

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May 15, 2012, 09:12:18 PM
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Woohoo two bugs squashed within the last 24hrs.

Way to go piuk

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May 15, 2012, 11:17:16 PM
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There is an error with the conversion from bitcoin to euro.
It seems that this is a problem also to the deposit by phone / sms feature.

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May 16, 2012, 12:27:07 AM
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piuk, I have to mention somethin, during the time I can't login in blockchain.info, I tried to login using the android app, it failed and made my device to unpair, so I had to repair it again.

I think it couldn't be fine to stay in a place only with my device, to have a login fail and get my device unpaired with no chance to repair it again until I get acces to a real computer :-(

I think you should work on this.

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May 16, 2012, 12:52:27 AM
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I'm getting errors on both the iOS app and the web based wallets saying unable to decrypt wallet, check password.

I haven't changed my password recently and I can see the funds are still available checking the addresses.

Are there issues with the service at the moment?

Also, I tried importing my priv key from a blockchain.info unencrypted backup but none of the available tools seem to recognize it as a valid private key? Anyone know how to convert it so I can import it into the reference client?

Edit: Found this tool https://bitcointools.appspot.com works with blockchain.info priv keys, but I dont dare use it as it posts the private key to their server.
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May 16, 2012, 08:58:57 AM
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apparently blockchain.info is DOWN!!

I used http://www.downornot.com/blockchain.info


and my balance isn't showing up properly, yet when I use blockexplorer it shows my balance properly, but multibit isn't showing my balance at all! or any transactions for that matter....
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May 16, 2012, 10:12:23 AM
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Is it possible the "receiving wallet addresses"-process overwrites locally generated addresses that haven't been synced up to the server somehow?

The app needs to be online when generating a new address. If you receive an "error saving wallet" and the logout button turns red then the changes you have made maybe lost after restart.

Currently new addresses are generated even when offline, however, to the typical person, this is dangerous:



As that possibly is what happened here:
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=81928.msg903245#msg903245

Could instead a dialog box appear first warning that there is no connectivity requiring a confirm from the user in this situation?


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May 16, 2012, 11:11:51 PM
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Also, I tried importing my priv key from a blockchain.info unencrypted backup but none of the available tools seem to recognize it as a valid private key? Anyone know how to convert it so I can import it into the reference client?

You best bet is to try multibit. Or just import the keys into a new blockchain.info account.

Is it possible the "receiving wallet addresses"-process overwrites locally generated addresses that haven't been synced up to the server somehow?

The app needs to be online when generating a new address. If you receive an "error saving wallet" and the logout button turns red then the changes you have made maybe lost after restart.

Currently new addresses are generated even when offline, however, to the typical person, this is dangerous:



As that possibly is what happened here:
 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=81928.msg903245#msg903245

Could instead a dialog box appear first warning that there is no connectivity requiring a confirm from the user in this situation?

If the wallet does save the Users should get a big red error "Error saving wallet" and the not synced label by keys. You can also hover over non synced for an explanation.



In that case I except the Use accidentally deleted the wrong key by mistake rather a syncing error. It is unfortunate though.

After some re-factoring the website should be much more stable and reliable from now on.

The servers now distribute all tasks evenly rather than relying on one server running the backend (as was the case before).

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May 17, 2012, 04:39:34 AM
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Also, I tried importing my priv key from a blockchain.info unencrypted backup but none of the available tools seem to recognize it as a valid private key? Anyone know how to convert it so I can import it into the reference client?

You best bet is to try multibit. Or just import the keys into a new blockchain.info account.


Yeah, I was able to import the wallet into Multibit and then export from there into a format that the reference client could use.

I am a bit concerned that my blockchain.info wallet with only a few address and a handful of transactions is now corrupted somehow.  The paper backup functionality is great and has definitely saved me from loosing coins.. but what about the non tech users who don't know/bother with the backups?
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May 17, 2012, 08:58:02 PM
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Hi there, where did escrow tab go to? Can we have it back with BIP16?

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May 18, 2012, 05:04:20 AM
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I am no longer reciving emails with the 2nd code....

I tried re-sending the email, and nothing still.. This happened before, but it resolved it self .. but now its happening again.. I

It seems whenever I try to make blockchain.info my primary wallet it keeps acting up... which sucks, considering I really like the ease of use and security....
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May 19, 2012, 02:48:59 PM
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Is anyone else have a problem with email notifications? I get my wallet backups without a problem, but I've stopped receiving incoming transaction notifications.

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May 19, 2012, 03:09:40 PM
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Yeah, I was able to import the wallet into Multibit and then export from there into a format that the reference client could use.

I am a bit concerned that my blockchain.info wallet with only a few address and a handful of transactions is now corrupted somehow.  The paper backup functionality is great and has definitely saved me from loosing coins.. but what about the non tech users who don't know/bother with the backups?

On the server side a wallet checksum is validate at least twice (Line ~1690 https://github.com/zootreeves/blockchain.info/blob/master/WalletServlet.java) before the wallet is updated.
I checked the identifier you sent me and the payload is valid base64 and corresponds with the checksum generated. So I don't think is a server side issue, but I have added an additional check to the javascript client which will decrypt the wallet again before save: https://github.com/zootreeves/blockchain.info/commit/1395e45a6cd90b3f156bc6be97524138ffad6a7b.

This could also potentially be an issue with the android or merchant api (merchant api uses the same wallet code), were you using these?

Hi there, where did escrow tab go to? Can we have it back with BIP16?

Scumbag Bitcoin Users. Just kidding I can bring it back.

I am no longer reciving emails with the 2nd code....

I tried re-sending the email, and nothing still.. This happened before, but it resolved it self .. but now its happening again.. I

It seems whenever I try to make blockchain.info my primary wallet it keeps acting up... which sucks, considering I really like the ease of use and security....

Are you receiving emails again now? Both email alerts and two-factor emails should be fixed now.

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May 20, 2012, 12:16:25 AM
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Yeah, I was able to import the wallet into Multibit and then export from there into a format that the reference client could use.

I am a bit concerned that my blockchain.info wallet with only a few address and a handful of transactions is now corrupted somehow.  The paper backup functionality is great and has definitely saved me from loosing coins.. but what about the non tech users who don't know/bother with the backups?

On the server side a wallet checksum is validate at least twice (Line ~1690 https://github.com/zootreeves/blockchain.info/blob/master/WalletServlet.java) before the wallet is updated.
I checked the identifier you sent me and the payload is valid base64 and corresponds with the checksum generated. So I don't think is a server side issue, but I have added an additional check to the javascript client which will decrypt the wallet again before save: https://github.com/zootreeves/blockchain.info/commit/1395e45a6cd90b3f156bc6be97524138ffad6a7b.

This could also potentially be an issue with the android or merchant api (merchant api uses the same wallet code), were you using these?

Nope, no android or merchant API. I created the wallet with iOS app and regularly logged in with the web interface too. Both stopped working at the same time a few weeks back when the site was having difficulties.

As I said, I recovered the coins so not a big deal..

Edit: hmm I tried a few different passwords of mine and I was able to log in.. Could've been my fault. Still something caused the iOS app to loose it's password which had me confused. Sorry for the red herring.
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