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July 30, 2019, 05:50:10 PM
Last edit: July 30, 2019, 06:42:29 PM by sonoIO
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So how am I supposed to swap boolberry to zano? I downloaded the latest boolberry wallet and it ran for about 3 hours dowloading database or something till it completed and now it is stuck saying "connecting" for more than an hour and says connecting "connections 0", "height 0",  "software version --". Nothing is happening.

Hi wixie!
Try to remove p2pstate.bin file. Sorry about that issue, this is happening because in p2pstate.bin you have a lot of old nodes that are not online anymore. Actually was thinking about that long time,  created a ticket in github: https://github.com/hyle-team/zano/issues/71


Hey, I removed the p2pstate.bin file and the GUI wallet started downloading precompiled database and after completing that started synchronizing but it's really slow and at this rate it's going to take weeks to synchronize even if I left my computer running night and day.

Hi, I made a new build with new pre-downloaded blockchain, this should get online in 20-30 minutes after downloaded blockchain.

https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/boolberry/releases/tag/v0.3.0.96


Hi to all

From a latest daemon i get
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$ ./boolbd
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.698023 Starting...
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.699264 Boolberry v0.3.0.95(2256653)
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.699818 Module folder: ./boolbd
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.701058 Pre-download not needed(db size=6503600128)
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.701424 Initializing p2p server...
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.702680 Binding on 0.0.0.0:10101
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.703490 Net service binded on 0.0.0.0:10101
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.703854 P2p server initialized OK on port: 10101
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.704110 Starting UPnP
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.704446 Initializing currency protocol...
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.704697 Currency protocol initialized OK
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.704929 Initializing core rpc server...
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.705139 Binding on 127.0.0.1:10102
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.705509 Core rpc server initialized OK on port: 10102
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.705610 Initializing core...
2019-Jul-27 18:47:33.705758 Loading blockchain...
Bus error

With regards to July 30th, it may be that not all BBR holders are aware that a deadline is already fixed, and so close Smiley


did you get this solved?... if not message one of the Mod's on Discord we can help faster over there Smiley

We have never seen anything like that before, what OS and hardware conf you have? You can contact me on discord to provide details or DM here.

It was Debian 9 in a virtual machine, switched to real machine and it works Smiley
I forgot how fast BBR refreshes wallet even on low end hardware!

Can I ask, did you build binaries from sources or downloaded from the website ?

Sure, built it from source. In QubesOS, this version
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[user@dom0]$ cat /etc/qubes-release
Qubes release 4.0 (R4.0)
I copied Dedian-9 template to Standalone-VM, and installed BBR in it following instructions from BBR README.md for Unix server version(without GUI). The message also occurred first time i started a daemon, after it downloaded data4.mdb.pak.
I have that OS on two machines, same thing
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July 30, 2019, 08:05:04 PM
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I copied Dedian-9 template to Standalone-VM, and installed BBR in it following instructions from BBR README.md for Unix server version(without GUI). The message also occurred first time i started a daemon, after it downloaded data4.mdb.pak.
I have that OS on two machines, same thing

I think it could be related with "-march" option in clang/gcc compiler. If it still makes sense, you can try explicitly configure it with passing ARCH variable, try to pass  "-D ARCH=native".
Let me know if it worked or not if you find time to try.

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I copied Dedian-9 template to Standalone-VM, and installed BBR in it following instructions from BBR README.md for Unix server version(without GUI). The message also occurred first time i started a daemon, after it downloaded data4.mdb.pak.
I have that OS on two machines, same thing

I think it could be related with "-march" option in clang/gcc compiler. If it still makes sense, you can try explicitly configure it with passing ARCH variable, try to pass  "-D ARCH=native".
Let me know if it worked or not if you find time to try.

Mistery solved, neither time i gave it enough head room to unpak downloaded pak Smiley
So, that message is displayed when it runs out of disk space when bootstraping with mdb.pak mechanism, at least in a virtual machine
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July 31, 2019, 01:33:48 PM
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I copied Dedian-9 template to Standalone-VM, and installed BBR in it following instructions from BBR README.md for Unix server version(without GUI). The message also occurred first time i started a daemon, after it downloaded data4.mdb.pak.
I have that OS on two machines, same thing

I think it could be related with "-march" option in clang/gcc compiler. If it still makes sense, you can try explicitly configure it with passing ARCH variable, try to pass  "-D ARCH=native".
Let me know if it worked or not if you find time to try.

Mistery solved, neither time i gave it enough head room to unpak downloaded pak Smiley
So, that message is displayed when it runs out of disk space when bootstraping with mdb.pak mechanism, at least in a virtual machine

Ok, got it, created a ticket for it: https://github.com/cryptozoidberg/boolberry/issues/94
Thanks for providing info!

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August 01, 2019, 09:26:21 PM
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here is a post on the final numbers for the swap

 https://medium.com/@zano_project/the-coinswap-has-concluded-e40df1f845d8
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September 05, 2019, 06:20:58 PM
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Hi everyone!

Here is the link to last publication regarding hybrid PoW/PoS: https://medium.com/@zano_project/the-value-of-a-hybrid-pow-pos-algorithm-f2032a7f240

Described resistance against "Long range attacks" and a bit philosophical explanation of "Nothing at stake problem".

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Just a quick notice: Zano got new hard fork update, please read the details in Zano thread!


Peace!



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April 05, 2020, 08:28:52 PM
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Just a quick notice: Zano got listed on TradeOgr!
 
Thanks to the community for supporting us!


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Just a quick notice: Zano got listed on TradeOgr!
 
Thanks to the community for supporting us!


PLEASE ASK THEM TO LIST BOOLBERRY--

It is good news that Zano was added.  Listing Boolberry would be a stimulating event for the masses, as well.       --scryptr

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Boolbery is better than Zano. I always support Boolbery
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Boolbery is better than Zano. I always support Boolbery

Any argumentation or it's just an emotional statement?

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April 10, 2020, 01:31:37 PM
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Boolbery is better than Zano. I always support Boolbery

Any argumentation or it's just an emotional statement?

BOOLBERRY IS A LOW ENERGY ALGORITHM--

With the proper settings, a miner can mine without errors for much less electricity cost than many other altcoins.

The coin needs a new exchange, and you are the developer.       --scryptr

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April 10, 2020, 01:39:41 PM
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Boolbery is better than Zano. I always support Boolbery

Any argumentation or it's just an emotional statement?

BOOLBERRY IS A LOW ENERGY ALGORITHM--

PoS is an even less energy algorithm.

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The coin needs a new exchange, and you are the developer.       --scryptr

Yes, I'm a developer, don't see how it's related to exchanges.


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Boolbery is better than Zano. I always support Boolbery

Any argumentation or it's just an emotional statement?

BOOLBERRY IS A LOW ENERGY ALGORITHM--

PoS is an even less energy algorithm.

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The coin needs a new exchange, and you are the developer.       --scryptr

Yes, I'm a developer, don't see how it's related to exchanges.

BOOLBERRY IS A COIN YOU DEVELOPED--

I sold the handful of Zano coins that I purchased during the "trade-in" period.  They weren't enough for any meaningful PoS stake.

Be a developer for Boolberry and get the coin on a new exchange.

Or, stop posting "off-topic" Zano notes in your own Boolberry thread.

My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

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BOOLBERRY IS A COIN YOU DEVELOPED--
I sold the handful of Zano coins that I purchased during the "trade-in" period.  They weren't enough for any meaningful PoS stake.
Be a developer for Boolberry and get the coin on a new exchange.
Or, stop posting "off-topic" Zano notes in your own Boolberry thread.
My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

I'm not insulting it, Boolberry got a great evaluation in the form of Zano, we informed everyone that main development efforts would be focused on Zano, most of our holders moved to Zano and they support our work there.

In Boolberry I don't see much actual support, only miners claim that I owe something to everyone who does mining. I've put a lot of effort into Boolberry and didn't earn anything with that project, but been paying for hosting all these years, we still pay for it, still maintain the project and fix problems if it appears.

Also, how on the earth being a developer make me responsible for paying listing fees to exchanges?

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My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

The dev makes a very good job creating a trustful coin, he is not here to make you or anybody rich. And no human person can praise itself, he has to wait on people that use and recommend this coin.

I like diversification, so my wish is a group of devs. It would make the coin less vulnerable against external attacks.
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My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

The dev makes a very good job creating a trustful coin, he is not here to make you or anybody rich. And no human person can praise itself, he has to wait on people that use and recommend this coin.

I like diversification, so my wish is a group of devs. It would make the coin less vulnerable against external attacks.

I would be happy to support anyone who is willing to contribute as a developer. For example, in next month I'm planning to review and do reengineering of the wallet sync protocol, this will make wallet dramatically smaller in size and also faster to sync, and it would be great if anyone can also port that code into Boolberry.



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My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

The dev makes a very good job creating a trustful coin, he is not here to make you or anybody rich. And no human person can praise itself, he has to wait on people that use and recommend this coin.

I like diversification, so my wish is a group of devs. It would make the coin less vulnerable against external attacks.

I would be happy to support anyone who is willing to contribute as a developer. For example, in next month I'm planning to review and do reengineering of the wallet sync protocol, this will make wallet dramatically smaller in size and also faster to sync, and it would be great if anyone can also port that code into Boolberry.

i don't have the competence for this, but i would like to donate one Bitcoin for this project. Send me an address please.
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April 13, 2020, 09:13:33 AM
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My point is, please do something to stimulate a coin that you developed: BOOLBERRY.  That is all.  Zano is just fine, but I don't mine Zano.  I do mine Boolberry, and you should not be insulting your own child.       --scryptr

The dev makes a very good job creating a trustful coin, he is not here to make you or anybody rich. And no human person can praise itself, he has to wait on people that use and recommend this coin.

I like diversification, so my wish is a group of devs. It would make the coin less vulnerable against external attacks.

I would be happy to support anyone who is willing to contribute as a developer. For example, in next month I'm planning to review and do reengineering of the wallet sync protocol, this will make wallet dramatically smaller in size and also faster to sync, and it would be great if anyone can also port that code into Boolberry.

i don't have the competence for this, but i would like to donate one Bitcoin for this project. Send me an address please.

Wow, that's interesting.
1Fpuu5Mg9TZvSb4WZfUsPYxkNBwwyu6Bfq
How do you want to spend that?
We can afford one or two listings for that or organize development iterations. What would you prefer?


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Wow, that's interesting.
1Fpuu5Mg9TZvSb4WZfUsPYxkNBwwyu6Bfq
How do you want to spend that?
We can afford one or two listings for that or organize development iterations. What would you prefer?

It's on the way ...

Because i see donators forcing conditions to the recipients, and the conditions contradicts each other, i do not.

i'm rather sure you can decide yourself where to invest it best.
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