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Author Topic: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Merge Mine w/BTC! - Update NOW to qt 0.11.0  (Read 1040070 times)
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May 09, 2015, 04:55:35 PM
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If you are mining, notify your pool to upgrade to 0.1.0 by compiling from https://github.com/unobtanium-official/Unobtanium

Then, please let me know which pool you notified so I can take them of my list.

Sure, but users will continue to have trouble won't they? If i left my client on for long times in the past i could be a full node, couldn't i?
How do i get my 0.9.5 wallet on the correct block count now? (I'm still 40 blocks behind)
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May 09, 2015, 04:56:23 PM
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0.1.0 is the correct fork, as shown on https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/

For the time being, Windows users please close your 0.9.5 wallets as we push through this.

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May 09, 2015, 05:01:30 PM
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I will update, but what of all the blocks that have been mined by my pool since?

Thank you ethought,

Tauris after you update, pls post pool details and I will send you some hash.

Solo miners on Windows, please stop for now -- you're on the wrong chain.

Miners, please ask your pools if they are updated to 0.1.0. 
It may be smart to just stop mining for now until we are sure your pool is 0.1.0.

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May 09, 2015, 05:21:39 PM
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Have closed my wallet -- windows oh nine oh

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May 09, 2015, 05:25:22 PM
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.

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May 09, 2015, 05:47:22 PM
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.
I agree. Its a good time to step back.
Exchanges have been notified. I reached out to known pools in the OP; I'm sure I missed some, so please help with this by contacting your favorite pool and asking them to update to 0.1.0.

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May 09, 2015, 06:06:06 PM
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.
I agree. Its a good time to step back.
Exchanges have been notified. I reached out to known pools in the OP; I'm sure I missed some, so please help with this by contacting your favorite pool and asking them to update to 0.1.0.

There was one surprise in this update regarding the daemon version.

Code:
Error: There is no RPC client functionality in bitcoind anymore. Use the bitcoin-cli utility instead.

Had to rework my start-up scripts because of that.

Updates for the FreeBSD port are committed.
https://github.com/tuaris/FreeBSD-Coin-Ports/tree/master/ports/unobtanium

Pool has also been updated to 0.10.0.0
http://mining.securepayment.cc/pools/unobtanium/

It's currently re-indexing.  I will post again when that has completed.

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May 09, 2015, 06:06:27 PM
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.
I agree. Its a good time to step back.
Exchanges have been notified. I reached out to known pools in the OP; I'm sure I missed some, so please help with this by contacting your favorite pool and asking them to update to 0.1.0.

ipoMiner has updated to v0.1.0 now. Some form of proactive notice for pools and exchanges would have been nice...

There's definitely a fork that has happened at or around block 600k.

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May 09, 2015, 06:24:38 PM
Last edit: May 09, 2015, 10:02:19 PM by FallingKnife
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Thanks, ipominer.
I agree with your comment and will act on that when we're through this.  I added your pool, https://www.ipominer.com/, to the OP.


The following orgs have been contacted so far. Please reach out to your favorite pool or service that I can not reached yet. I am not done:

Goldmin.es - left IRC message
coinmine.pl - sent form message
uno.port-x.de - no known way to contact, but no miners here.
securepayment.cc - tauris, already responsed on bct.
mineoncloud.com - dead pool
uno.united-miners.com - closed their uno pool. Sent a message anyway.
miningpools.tk, emailed support @ raq2.com
http://www.xpool.ca/  notified via cryptocointalk
Tompool.org -- posted message on chat... unable to post to msg board.
genesis-mining.com, opened ticket
rav3n's pool - pm via bct
ispace.co.uk,  emailed pools[at]ispace.co.uk
p2pool.org, emailed
multipool.us, emailed

cryptsy - email, has already responded
bittrex - email
cryptopia - ticket
comkort - ticket
coinse - ticket
shapeshift.io - opened ticket
coinpayments.net - ticket
Cryptap.us, already responded in bct


Please keep Windows wallets offline for the time being.
Chainz is now reporting that 0.10.0 has the majority of the network.
They may not be seeing all of the 0.9.5 nodes, but we can use this as a benchmark for now.


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May 09, 2015, 09:38:04 PM
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.
I agree. Its a good time to step back.
Exchanges have been notified. I reached out to known pools in the OP; I'm sure I missed some, so please help with this by contacting your favorite pool and asking them to update to 0.1.0.

ipoMiner has updated to v0.1.0 now. Some form of proactive notice for pools and exchanges would have been nice...

There's definitely a fork that has happened at or around block 600k.

Forked happened at 600147 ... are all the block explorers correct at this time? 

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May 09, 2015, 09:41:05 PM
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Thanks everyone for the great community response -- closing 0.9.5 wallets and temporarily reducing network hash as pools check to ensure they are on 0.1.0.

BW & I appreciate it. Lets sustain this response through the weekend. We just need a little time. It's all going to be fine, because we all care about Uno, and when something breaks we respond and fix it.   When this is done, we'll look back and learn, and figure out how we can do this better.

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Last edit: May 09, 2015, 10:01:53 PM by FallingKnife
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I don't think this should be isolated to miners. I believe all transactions on v0.9.5 after block 600k will be questionable at best, on a forked chain at worst. I would advise saving your wallet.dat and waiting for a v0.10 binary to become available.
I agree. Its a good time to step back.
Exchanges have been notified. I reached out to known pools in the OP; I'm sure I missed some, so please help with this by contacting your favorite pool and asking them to update to 0.10.0.

ipoMiner has updated to v0.10.0 now. Some form of proactive notice for pools and exchanges would have been nice...

There's definitely a fork that has happened at or around block 600k.

Forked happened at 600147 ... are all the block explorers correct at this time?  

thanks,
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Hi Richie,
These explorers are correct. I checked them all moments ago, and they concur:
http://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno

http://insight-uno.cryptap.us/

http://blocktree.io/e/UNO

http://explorer.coinpayments.net/index.php?chain=19

 https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer


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May 09, 2015, 10:10:37 PM
Last edit: May 09, 2015, 10:27:55 PM by FallingKnife
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The following pools confirm they are on 0.10:

http://crypticzero.com/uno/

http://un.ispace.co.uk/

Multipool.us

ipominer.com

Cryptopia.co.nz pool is displaying the correct block in their explorer, so probably fine.

It would be ok to begin mining the above pools. I'll mention more as I receive confirmation.

Others:

Genesis-mining has responded and is investigating
Coinpayments.net is investigating; their explorer is correct, so they are probably ok.
Bittrex is investigating
Cryptsy is investigating





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May 09, 2015, 10:29:45 PM
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cool.. can you merge mine @ http://crypticzero.com/ ?

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May 09, 2015, 10:34:13 PM
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Which way was the decision for auxpow decided?  As I was reading thru the thread about it, but I don't really have time to read thru countless pages past the 10 I already read thru about it that contained many different ideas for how auxpow should be implemented.  I just need to know which way the auxpow setup is currently functioning so I can make use of it with all the stuff I am currently working like mad to configure/build.
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May 09, 2015, 10:43:53 PM
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I don't want to screw up my old wallet by updating. I'm just going to take these steps... My plan is to wait for a new Windows wallet to be compiled, copy my existing wallet.dat file, install the new wallet, paste old wallet into new unobtanium wallet file. Are those the steps to get into the .0.1.0 fork?
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May 09, 2015, 10:49:08 PM
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Which way was the decision for auxpow decided?  As I was reading thru the thread about it, but I don't really have time to read thru countless pages past the 10 I already read thru about it that contained many different ideas for how auxpow should be implemented.  I just need to know which way the auxpow setup is currently functioning so I can make use of it with all the stuff I am currently working like mad to configure/build.
Yeah we discussed many ideas, the decision was made to go with the traditional route, same/similar to what namecoin and others are doing.

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May 09, 2015, 10:59:35 PM
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I don't want to screw up my old wallet by updating. I'm just going to take these steps... My plan is to wait for a new Windows wallet to be compiled, copy my existing wallet.dat file, install the new wallet, paste old wallet into new unobtanium wallet file. Are those the steps to get into the .0.1.0 fork?
Sounds reasonably similar to what I intend to do once we have a windows binary.

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May 09, 2015, 11:01:14 PM
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Just double checked. All Cryptopia wallets are on the correct version.

Exchange, Explorer and Pool good to go

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May 09, 2015, 11:04:33 PM
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Which way was the decision for auxpow decided?  As I was reading thru the thread about it, but I don't really have time to read thru countless pages past the 10 I already read thru about it that contained many different ideas for how auxpow should be implemented.  I just need to know which way the auxpow setup is currently functioning so I can make use of it with all the stuff I am currently working like mad to configure/build.
Yeah we discussed many ideas, the decision was made to go with the traditional route, same/similar to what namecoin and others are doing.


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