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March 15, 2017, 03:47:53 AM
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Is https://mymonero.com/ legit? Thanks in advance.

Yes. I've used it for over a year and never had any problems. But as with any web wallet (such as blockchain.info) only keep online what you can afford to lose. Web services are a much bigger target than desktop wallets.

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March 15, 2017, 06:24:08 AM
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I finally got around to installing win64 monerod 0.10.2.1

'ERROR - block recognized as orphaned and rejected'

It's trying and failing to update my 0.9.4 blockchain lmdb.  Incompatible?  Is there a quick fix, or should I delete and start over?

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March 15, 2017, 09:51:09 AM
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I finally got around to installing win64 monerod 0.10.2.1

'ERROR - block recognized as orphaned and rejected'

It's trying and failing to update my 0.9.4 blockchain lmdb.  Incompatible?  Is there a quick fix, or should I delete and start over?

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I think the 0.10.x release moved from leveldb to lmdb, as a default option, and this option has now been removed. There are blockchain import/export tools you could use, or start a fresh blockchain download instead.

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March 15, 2017, 10:45:00 AM
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I finally got around to installing win64 monerod 0.10.2.1

'ERROR - block recognized as orphaned and rejected'

It's trying and failing to update my 0.9.4 blockchain lmdb.  Incompatible?  Is there a quick fix, or should I delete and start over?

I wasn't paying attention in class  Embarrassed

I think the 0.10.x release moved from leveldb to lmdb, as a default option, and this option has now been removed. There are blockchain import/export tools you could use, or start a fresh blockchain download instead.

Monero has always used LMDB as its database (well, since the first Hydrogen Helix release (0.9.0)). If I recall correctly, the database format changed though between version 0.9.4 and 0.10.0.

@explorer, it's generally advised to resync from scratch if you are coming from 0.9.4. Thus, delete your old blockchain (data.mdb) and monerod will automatically resync from scratch.


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March 15, 2017, 11:22:14 AM
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Does anybody know what is the approximate ETA for the upcoming GUI monero wallet?
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March 15, 2017, 11:40:14 AM
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March 15, 2017, 12:41:20 PM
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Is https://mymonero.com/ legit? Thanks in advance.

Yes. I've used it for over a year and never had any problems. But as with any web wallet (such as blockchain.info) only keep online what you can afford to lose. Web services are a much bigger target than desktop wallets.

Thanks. I'm finding that it's terrible for making a bunch of serial transactions. Any any event, it won't be there long. In any event, I've officially diversified and hold XMR.

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March 15, 2017, 01:13:07 PM
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Does anybody know what is the approximate ETA for the upcoming GUI monero wallet?

See:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/5zbp23/maam_52_monero_ask_anything_monday_tuesday/dex1cdm/?context=3

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March 15, 2017, 02:02:43 PM
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Can I delete p2pstate.bin.unportable and poolstate.bin.unportable ?
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March 15, 2017, 03:28:19 PM
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Can I delete p2pstate.bin.unportable and poolstate.bin.unportable ?

I'd just leave them for convenience. Is there any reason you'd want to delete them?

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March 15, 2017, 03:42:25 PM
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I'd just leave them for convenience. Is there any reason you'd want to delete them?
Other than cleaning up that folder, none. They're not taking up much space.
Just wanted to know if they are required for something.
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March 15, 2017, 04:17:40 PM
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Can I delete p2pstate.bin.unportable and poolstate.bin.unportable ?

I'd just leave them for convenience. Is there any reason you'd want to delete them?

Just noticed these .unportable file extensions. I assume <wallet-name>.unportable is the one we should backup now?

Are there plans in place to make these files portable?

Scaling and transaction rate: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=532.msg6306#msg6306
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March 15, 2017, 04:57:23 PM
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Can I delete p2pstate.bin.unportable and poolstate.bin.unportable ?

I'd just leave them for convenience. Is there any reason you'd want to delete them?

Just noticed these .unportable file extensions. I assume <wallet-name>.unportable is the one we should backup now?

Are there plans in place to make these files portable?

They ones without .unportable are portable. Back both up, just in case, but the .unportable ones (the older ones) should not be needed anymore, if all goes well.


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March 15, 2017, 05:07:49 PM
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Can I delete p2pstate.bin.unportable and poolstate.bin.unportable ?

I'd just leave them for convenience. Is there any reason you'd want to delete them?

Just noticed these .unportable file extensions. I assume <wallet-name>.unportable is the one we should backup now?

Are there plans in place to make these files portable?

They ones without .unportable are portable. Back both up, just in case, but the .unportable ones (the older ones) should not be needed anymore, if all goes well.

Sorry if I have been a bit slow on the uptake, not followed monero to closely and only recently upgraded to the latest version.

Just bounced the daemon and fired up the wallet. The <file>.unportable ones are older than the ones without file extensions. Does this mean I can now use the same blockchain / wallet files on a shared partition for windows/linux multiboot?

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Huge volume across the board today for Monero.
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March 15, 2017, 08:38:23 PM
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OK, here's another technical question:

How do I programmatically find out at what block height the network is at? Interrogating (with get_info) a daemon in the process of syncing only shows the last block the daemon managed to get to, but not where the network is.
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March 15, 2017, 08:40:34 PM
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OK, here's another technical question:

How do I programmatically find out at what block height the network is at? Interrogating (with get_info) a daemon in the process of syncing only shows the last block the daemon managed to get to, but not where the network is.

You can query any pool API or explorer. Not sure if a local RPC call you can make.
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March 15, 2017, 09:06:11 PM
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OK, here's another technical question:

How do I programmatically find out at what block height the network is at? Interrogating (with get_info) a daemon in the process of syncing only shows the last block the daemon managed to get to, but not where the network is.

With the caveat that you can never know what the network really is at because you can never be certain you're not in a network partition...

If you're currently syncing, the target_height field will be set to the current highest known height among the peers you've connected to.

If you're not syncing, the target height will be 0, and thus the current height is the (part of your locally known) network's height.


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March 15, 2017, 11:27:50 PM
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Does anybody know what is the approximate ETA for the upcoming GUI monero wallet?

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Do you find CloakCoin recent rise disturbing, and their new Enigma code as potential threat? They didn't open code so far, but plans are there. Can we see debate on this topic somewhere so people can judge for themselves. Wich system is better and gives more..?
Thanks.

No and No. And yup your right this should be debated in another thread, why don't you start one?

Does Bob Surplus still hold a bag of cloak?


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March 15, 2017, 11:27:53 PM
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I finally got around to installing win64 monerod 0.10.2.1

'ERROR - block recognized as orphaned and rejected'

It's trying and failing to update my 0.9.4 blockchain lmdb.  Incompatible?  Is there a quick fix, or should I delete and start over?

I wasn't paying attention in class  Embarrassed

I think the 0.10.x release moved from leveldb to lmdb, as a default option, and this option has now been removed. There are blockchain import/export tools you could use, or start a fresh blockchain download instead.

Monero has always used LMDB as its database (well, since the first Hydrogen Helix release (0.9.0)). If I recall correctly, the database format changed though between version 0.9.4 and 0.10.0.

@explorer, it's generally advised to resync from scratch if you are coming from 0.9.4. Thus, delete your old blockchain (data.mdb) and monerod will automatically resync from scratch.



 Gave up on it entirely in early 2014, and didn't even try again until Hydrogen Helix (0.9.0 thru  0.9.4). after a hiatus I've finally got the space and connection to get running again, sync going smoothly.  Thanks hyc and all those making this easier by the day!
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