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May 31, 2017, 11:19:46 AM
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Size on disk of my bitmonero folder on windows 10, up to date blockchain - 16.3 GB (17,608,863,744 bytes)

Figures couldn't be under 14gb or so. Smiley

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May 31, 2017, 03:41:59 PM
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Even with setting priority low on all the monero processes the blockchain synch is bogging my system to the point of unusability. I have a 6 core system and thats pretty unacceptable that I cannot synch in the background. Win7x64.

I can mine watch video's browse multiple streams and play games on this system but not synch. What is the deal with that?

Use the process CPU affinity bindings, not priority (Task Manager -> Details -> rt. click -> Set affinity).

Bind the Monero processes to your last two logical (IE one physical) cores, 4 and 5.

Bind your applications (browser and games) to the middle two, 2 and 3.

That leaves 0 and 1 for your OS, AV, etc. and keeps everything compartmentalized so L2 cache hits are maximized and overwrites minimized.

Now you may enable 1 thread of GUI Smart Mining (which should really be renamed IntelliHashing) and not even notice, until you crack a block and win teh prize!  Cool


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May 31, 2017, 06:33:21 PM
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I may be missing something obvious but I don't see it.

I'm running the monero gui on Linux (64 bit). It seems to be working fine but I can't find any way to exit it. I have to go to the terminal, enter ps -ax, find the pid, and kill it. There has to be an easier way. On the mac there's a menu to quit from. No such menu on Linux.

Typically you can right mouse click on the application in the left side bar and subsequently quit/exit.

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May 31, 2017, 06:34:15 PM
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Im looking at the source code and im seeing that nodes are hosted on i2p. What prevents someone from hosting a node on the clearnet? would this prevent anonymous transactions? just curious im beginning development and im always looking at coins source code.

I2P (Kovri) is currently not enabled (yet) for Monero.

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May 31, 2017, 06:37:21 PM
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supposedly this helps:
./monerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000

Tried this. Seems to be even slower.


I am using linux ubuntu on laptop with ssd. Sync could take like 3 days. That is the estimation. Laptop has not been on all the time. The blocks from 0 to 1,200,000 synced in about 10 hours. But the last 100,000 are very slow.

Any ideas how to speed up the sync?

Is your system relatively old? Also, is your bandwith somehow limited? Usually it shouldn't take this long on a decent system with an SSD.

About three years. SSD is brand new.

Internet connection is through Mobile phone. I should use fixed cable internet connection?

Your internet might be the bottleneck. Perhaps you could try to use a fixed cable (ethernet) internet connection and compare syncing times?

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May 31, 2017, 06:39:44 PM
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Synchro lasts for a long 3 days, and not finished yet.
Are you stuck on a certain block? Or is it just slowly fetching new blocks?
It took 4 days to sync with blockchain, which is only 17 GB in size. Seems too long.

Are you using an HDD or an SSD? Sync time is largely dependent on what kind of system you use and whether you use an SSD or HDD.
HDD. But how the media speed related to this?:
Code:
2017-05-28 10:14:35.411 [P2P9] ERROR net.p2p src/p2p/net_node.inl:819 [27.0.235.18:18080 OUT] COMMAND_TIMED_SYNC invoke failed. (-3, LEVIN_ERROR_CONNECTION_DESTROYED)
Which is the most frequent type of message on logs.

It isn't. As far as I know, that's simply an "unreachable" node that previously has been saved in your p2pstate.bin file.

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May 31, 2017, 08:53:48 PM
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Even with setting priority low on all the monero processes the blockchain synch is bogging my system to the point of unusability. I have a 6 core system and thats pretty unacceptable that I cannot synch in the background. Win7x64.

I can mine watch video's browse multiple streams and play games on this system but not synch. What is the deal with that?

Use the process CPU affinity bindings, not priority (Task Manager -> Details -> rt. click -> Set affinity).

Bind the Monero processes to your last two logical (IE one physical) cores, 4 and 5.

Bind your applications (browser and games) to the middle two, 2 and 3.

That leaves 0 and 1 for your OS, AV, etc. and keeps everything compartmentalized so L2 cache hits are maximized and overwrites minimized.

Now you may enable 1 thread of GUI Smart Mining (which should really be renamed IntelliHashing) and not even notice, until you crack a block and win teh prize!  Cool

Very interesting. I'm going try it!

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June 01, 2017, 01:04:20 AM
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Even with setting priority low on all the monero processes the blockchain synch is bogging my system to the point of unusability. I have a 6 core system and thats pretty unacceptable that I cannot synch in the background. Win7x64.

I can mine watch video's browse multiple streams and play games on this system but not synch. What is the deal with that?

Use the process CPU affinity bindings, not priority (Task Manager -> Details -> rt. click -> Set affinity).

Bind the Monero processes to your last two logical (IE one physical) cores, 4 and 5.

Bind your applications (browser and games) to the middle two, 2 and 3.

That leaves 0 and 1 for your OS, AV, etc. and keeps everything compartmentalized so L2 cache hits are maximized and overwrites minimized.

Now you may enable 1 thread of GUI Smart Mining (which should really be renamed IntelliHashing) and not even notice, until you crack a block and win teh prize!  Cool

I can't remember now if I set the affinity. I usually set it to the last core for console apps. I'll retry when I get a chance, thx Smiley

Even with setting priority low on all the monero processes the blockchain synch is bogging my system to the point of unusability. I have a 6 core system and thats pretty unacceptable that I cannot synch in the background. Win7x64.

I can mine watch video's browse multiple streams and play games on this system but not synch. What is the deal with that?

Use the process CPU affinity bindings, not priority (Task Manager -> Details -> rt. click -> Set affinity).

Bind the Monero processes to your last two logical (IE one physical) cores, 4 and 5.

Bind your applications (browser and games) to the middle two, 2 and 3.

That leaves 0 and 1 for your OS, AV, etc. and keeps everything compartmentalized so L2 cache hits are maximized and overwrites minimized.

Now you may enable 1 thread of GUI Smart Mining (which should really be renamed IntelliHashing) and not even notice, until you crack a block and win teh prize!  Cool

Very interesting. I'm going try it!

Prifinity is a great tool for this if you want it to stay after reboot.

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Last edit: June 01, 2017, 05:36:55 AM by iCEBREAKER
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Prifinity is a great tool for this if you want it to stay after reboot.

LMFAO 20+ years since WinNT and I still haven't bothered googling how to make affinity bindings persist after reboot.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Thanks for adding years of productivity to my life!!!  Tongue  Smiley


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June 01, 2017, 08:17:17 AM
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Anyone can help?  Which is the best/fastest CPU monero miner? Can anyone link to github?

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Prifinity is a great tool for this if you want it to stay after reboot.

LMFAO 20+ years since WinNT and I still haven't bothered googling how to make affinity bindings persist after reboot.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Thanks for adding years of productivity to my life!!!  Tongue  Smiley

NP, years of F@H and crypto make this a serious must. I hate to think of all that effort to apply each boot! :eek:

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June 01, 2017, 12:55:50 PM
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I had a dream where Dash and Zec were dead and Monero was the only anon king.
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I had a dream where Dash and Zec were dead and Monero was the only anon king.

Thats called a vision, and it will be true. Smiley

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June 01, 2017, 09:31:50 PM
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Anybody else notice the Bull flag forming right now?  Could finally be the big breakout that at least I've been waiting for.  Seems like all other Alts rode like the wind the past couple months but my hero Monero did not.  I think now it's Monero's turn... Grin

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Hi everyone,

Is everything ok with MyMonero? There was a transaction sent around 45 minutes ago and it is not showing up in the wallet, though the Tx is on http://www.chainradar.com/xmr.
I know it often lags, but not usually this long.
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Hi everyone,

Is everything ok with MyMonero? There was a transaction sent around 45 minutes ago and it is not showing up in the wallet, though the Tx is on http://www.chainradar.com/xmr.
I know it often lags, but not usually this long.
Thanks in advance.

Its about sharing

ps - Any update on Ledger Wallet integrating XMR?

Is your transaction included in a block?

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June 02, 2017, 01:29:42 PM
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Hi everyone,

Is everything ok with MyMonero? There was a transaction sent around 45 minutes ago and it is not showing up in the wallet, though the Tx is on http://www.chainradar.com/xmr.
I know it often lags, but not usually this long.
Thanks in advance.

Its about sharing

ps - Any update on Ledger Wallet integrating XMR?

Around 2 hours now and nothing in MyMonero. Anyone know what is going on?
It is hard to know from the block explorer as it masks amounts, but I see 0 fee and 0 coins transmitted with the tx id. (chain radar)

Thx

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Hi everyone,

Is everything ok with MyMonero? There was a transaction sent around 45 minutes ago and it is not showing up in the wallet, though the Tx is on http://www.chainradar.com/xmr.
I know it often lags, but not usually this long.
Thanks in advance.

Its about sharing

ps - Any update on Ledger Wallet integrating XMR?

Around 2 hours now and nothing in MyMonero. Anyone know what is going on?
It is hard to know from the block explorer as it masks amounts, but I see 0 fee and 0 coins transmitted with the tx id. (chain radar)

Thx

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It might be MyMonero related, you can perform the following steps to verify whether the funds actually arrived at your address.

[1] Go to this blockchain explorer:

https://xmrchain.net/

Note that it's run by trusted community members (gingeropolous and Snipa).

[2] Enter your transaction ID / hash into the search bar.

[3] It should now go to a separate page with details about your transaction. On that page, search for "Decode outputs".

[4] Enter your Monero address and your private viewkey.

[5] Now click on "Decode outputs".

[6] It should now show you the exact amount that you sent to your address.

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Hi everyone,

Is everything ok with MyMonero? There was a transaction sent around 45 minutes ago and it is not showing up in the wallet, though the Tx is on http://www.chainradar.com/xmr.
I know it often lags, but not usually this long.
Thanks in advance.

Its about sharing

ps - Any update on Ledger Wallet integrating XMR?

Around 2 hours now and nothing in MyMonero. Anyone know what is going on?
It is hard to know from the block explorer as it masks amounts, but I see 0 fee and 0 coins transmitted with the tx id. (chain radar)

Thx

IAS

It might be MyMonero related, you can perform the following steps to verify whether the funds actually arrived at your address.

[1] Go to this blockchain explorer:

https://xmrchain.net/

Note that it's run by trusted community members (gingeropolous and Snipa).

[2] Enter your transaction ID / hash into the search bar.

[3] It should now go to a separate page with details about your transaction. On that page, search for "Decode outputs".

[4] Enter your Monero address and your private viewkey.

[5] Now click on "Decode outputs".

[6] It should now show you the exact amount that you sent to your address.


Thanks for the help. I did as you said. I notice "Timestamp [UCT]: 2017-06-02 09:52:59   Age [y:d:h:m:s]: 00:000:04:00:59   Fee: 0.015414880000   Tx size: 12.9453 kB"
 and it says under "amount" - "?"
and under "amount match" - "false"

Does this mean the XMR were not transferred? (Was from Bittrex btw).

Thanks for the help (I must say it is interesting using this tool - I had wondered how to check for this before.)

edit - Missed this "Sum XMR from matched outputs (i.e., incoming XMR): 0.000000000000"

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