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Author Topic: [ANN] ¤ DMD Diamond 3.0 | Scarce ¤ Valuable ¤ Secure | PoS 3.0 | Masternodes 65%  (Read 1189816 times)
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July 01, 2014, 07:52:20 AM
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July 01, 2014, 08:02:12 AM
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getcheckpoint


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{
"synccheckpoint" : "000000000390100991ea4a9fd7e6d8e1c503821dc5ee96449049d9f1367b1703",
"height" : 469658,
"timestamp" : "2014-07-01 07:57:29 UTC"
}

getpeerinfo showing all connections to 2.0.2.1 at moment ... give it a day or so for users to update ...

Unfortuately those on 2.0.2.1 will still be accepting connections from older clients.  I would post a new database in a week or so after majority have updated to 2.0.2.2.
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July 01, 2014, 08:34:57 AM
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New clean block chain is available at

Code:
ftp://diamond.danbo.bg/dmdchain20140701.zip

It is almost twice less in size than the previous one provided, which was bloated with more than one copy of the same block.

As discussed earlier, it was created by connecting to a known good node (one running current software) ONLY, disabling IRC learning of peers, incoming connections and removing peers.dat. Anyone can create such a distilled blockchain -- we do this all the time to test the new client functions normally, this one is provided just for your convenience.

Small note. The directory unpacks as a hidden folder on MAC.

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July 01, 2014, 08:38:09 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

Please be more precise in what problem you are encoutering. It would help us in helping you.

it doesnt connect to the pool. i was trying to use digsys pool
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July 01, 2014, 08:44:14 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

Please be more precise in what problem you are encoutering. It would help us in helping you.

it doesnt connect to the pool. i was trying to use digsys pool

What's the error message? Please post your current config and a print of your miner.

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July 01, 2014, 09:42:50 AM
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New clean block chain is available at

Code:
ftp://diamond.danbo.bg/dmdchain20140701.zip

It is almost twice less in size than the previous one provided, which was bloated with more than one copy of the same block.

As discussed earlier, it was created by connecting to a known good node (one running current software) ONLY, disabling IRC learning of peers, incoming connections and removing peers.dat. Anyone can create such a distilled blockchain -- we do this all the time to test the new client functions normally, this one is provided just for your convenience.

Small note. The directory unpacks as a hidden folder on MAC.

Yes... it unpacks as the .Diamond folder, which is the appropriate name under all UNIX (except OS X). It is hidden in OS X and Windows, because of the dot.

Maybe, a better idea is to unpack as Diamond folder, which would work in both OS X and Windows. What do you think?
The primary reason I did not do it that was is that on my development computers, Diamond is the directory where the git sources come. I could have inadvertently created a mess. But maybe good idea to change it, as for other OSes it's inconvenience.

By the way, HTTP download links are here:

Diamond Block chain http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/dmdchain20140701.zip
Diamond Windows Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.exe
Diamond OS X Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.dmg


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July 01, 2014, 09:49:18 AM
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New clean block chain is available at

Code:
ftp://diamond.danbo.bg/dmdchain20140701.zip

It is almost twice less in size than the previous one provided, which was bloated with more than one copy of the same block.

As discussed earlier, it was created by connecting to a known good node (one running current software) ONLY, disabling IRC learning of peers, incoming connections and removing peers.dat. Anyone can create such a distilled blockchain -- we do this all the time to test the new client functions normally, this one is provided just for your convenience.

Small note. The directory unpacks as a hidden folder on MAC.

Yes... it unpacks as the .Diamond folder, which is the appropriate name under all UNIX (except OS X). It is hidden in OS X and Windows, because of the dot.

Maybe, a better idea is to unpack as Diamond folder, which would work in both OS X and Windows. What do you think?
The primary reason I did not do it that was is that on my development computers, Diamond is the directory where the git sources come. I could have inadvertently created a mess. But maybe good idea to change it, as for other OSes it's inconvenience.

By the way, HTTP download links are here:

Diamond Block chain http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/dmdchain20140701.zip
Diamond Windows Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.exe
Diamond OS X Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.dmg



well, actually it is hidden on unix/linux as well (if you don't specify "-a" to ls).
I think the best way is to unpack to a directory named "dmd blockchain" which contains a README file which explains how to use it, depending on the OS you have.

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July 01, 2014, 09:51:45 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

I assume you tried to use sph miner used in Grostl to mine Diamond. This would not work as GRS has different hashing function for signing transaction which causes stratum incompatibility. Please use the sph miner that is adapted to work with Diamond.

You can download it from here:
http://bit.diamonds/mining.html



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July 01, 2014, 09:59:35 AM
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New clean block chain is available at

Code:
ftp://diamond.danbo.bg/dmdchain20140701.zip

It is almost twice less in size than the previous one provided, which was bloated with more than one copy of the same block.

As discussed earlier, it was created by connecting to a known good node (one running current software) ONLY, disabling IRC learning of peers, incoming connections and removing peers.dat. Anyone can create such a distilled blockchain -- we do this all the time to test the new client functions normally, this one is provided just for your convenience.

Small note. The directory unpacks as a hidden folder on MAC.

Yes... it unpacks as the .Diamond folder, which is the appropriate name under all UNIX (except OS X). It is hidden in OS X and Windows, because of the dot.

Maybe, a better idea is to unpack as Diamond folder, which would work in both OS X and Windows. What do you think?
The primary reason I did not do it that was is that on my development computers, Diamond is the directory where the git sources come. I could have inadvertently created a mess. But maybe good idea to change it, as for other OSes it's inconvenience.

By the way, HTTP download links are here:

Diamond Block chain http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/dmdchain20140701.zip
Diamond Windows Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.exe
Diamond OS X Wallet http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/diamond-qt-2.0.2.2.dmg

Yes, in MAC OS a folder/file starting with a dot makes it a hidden folder/file. Contratry to Windows it is not common in the "MAC world" to have hidden files visible to the user. In fact if the user wants to see the hidden files it requires the use of command line in order to make those folder/files (usually systeme related) visible. I have my own bashfiles with simplified aliases to make it easy to switch between hidden/unhidden. The great majority of people have no idea how to do that though and Apple clearly does not make it easy. I recommend making the folder fully visible, specially because this is a distributed file and intrisically it should be visible Wink

Thanks for the http links. Much easier to download now.

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July 01, 2014, 10:24:17 AM
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Unpacked and removed . for folder name, repacking in a 7zip file and will provide a Mega link as soon as I get it uploaded Smiley

I beleive you should leave that you the coin devs so to avoid confusion and to make sure the source is official.

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July 01, 2014, 10:31:19 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

Please be more precise in what problem you are encoutering. It would help us in helping you.

it doesnt connect to the pool. i was trying to use digsys pool

What's the error message? Please post your current config and a print of your miner.

i managed to get it working with the "-k diamond" tag. i was using groestl before. thanks for the assistance.
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July 01, 2014, 10:33:22 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

Please be more precise in what problem you are encoutering. It would help us in helping you.

it doesnt connect to the pool. i was trying to use digsys pool

What's the error message? Please post your current config and a print of your miner.

i managed to get it working with the "-k diamond" tag. i was using groestl before. thanks for the assistance.

Good to hear. Welcome to DMD.

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July 01, 2014, 10:35:26 AM
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hi does anyone have a config for this coin? i was mining groestlcoin and switched to dmd but for some reason it doesnt connect to the pool at all?

Please be more precise in what problem you are encoutering. It would help us in helping you.

it doesnt connect to the pool. i was trying to use digsys pool

What's the error message? Please post your current config and a print of your miner.

i managed to get it working with the "-k diamond" tag. i was using groestl before. thanks for the assistance.

Good to hear. Welcome to DMD.

haha im not new to dmd. been at it since december last year. got a decent start from the pumps back then dmd was .002-.003btc each ;p

we should go back there.. this algorithm doesnt need to obey the standard pricing of crypto since we're primarily gpu miners. great coin to invest in atm.
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July 01, 2014, 11:09:22 AM
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haha im not new to dmd. been at it since december last year. got a decent start from the pumps back then dmd was .002-.003btc each ;p

we should go back there.. this algorithm doesnt need to obey the standard pricing of crypto since we're primarily gpu miners. great coin to invest in atm.

good analyzis!
and if ya would know that we have some more things cooking to prepare diamond for the future
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July 01, 2014, 11:30:27 AM
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Following your recommendations, the block chain archive is repacked. It is still in an ZIP file, slightly better compressed (saved a whooping megabyte), but now unpacks in a folder with the same name as the archive and has README with instructions.

For the 7zip users, here is an archive packaged with that as well: http://diamond.danbo.bg/downloads/dmdchain20140701.7z
The file size is of course much smaller.

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July 01, 2014, 11:32:03 AM
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Following your recommendations, the block chain archive is repacked. It is still in an ZIP file, slightly better compressed (saved a whooping megabyte), but now unpacks in a folder with the same name as the archive and has README with instructions.

Beautiful!

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July 01, 2014, 11:37:43 AM
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Since I was borred, I compiled a version where only v.2.0.2.2 clients would be allowed to connect. This is purely for me and for testing.

Here are the connection stats within a 2 hours time frame:

/Diamond:2.0.2.1/   /Diamond:2.0.1/   /Satoshi:0.7.2/   /Diamond:0.7.2/
        114                           15                             12                       9

Still 24% of the clients are using pre-2.0.2.1 wallets.


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July 01, 2014, 11:38:43 AM
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Beat me to the punch LOL my repack does not have a README for instructions .
Glad you are staying on top of things Danbi Smiley
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July 01, 2014, 12:16:16 PM
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hello i have a problem, unfortunately I can not connect to my rig to the pool dmdpool.digsys.bg:3345 and I can not get no reward as I do

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July 01, 2014, 12:17:37 PM
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Beat me to the punch LOL my repack does not have a README for instructions .
Glad you are staying on top of things Danbi Smiley

Mind you, I am good at writing scripts and have dozens of different compressors, for the collectors Cheesy

But need to spend more time with the real fixes....

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Still 24% of the clients are using pre-2.0.2.1 wallets.

Unfortunately, due to time limitations, all 2.0.2.2 clients show up as 2.0.2.1 so we can't say who is unprotected, which is sad. Sad
But it turns out not only are there several versions numbers in the wallet code, but also each of these is used randomly on different places and some are critical, as for example making the GUI display "version THIS" would make the code overwrite the database version number in the wallet.dat file with version THIS and make it impossible to open on an "older" version. Even if the version difference is just a cosmetic one....

In any case, once we disconnect the older wallets, they will wake up and come here.

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