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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4625935 times)
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November 11, 2017, 02:43:48 AM
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Monero is still a really good currency and the updates to make it private will make me invest in it more.

I have sigs turned off, so I can't see, but assume this is another farmer.  This shit is getting out of control on this forum.  2 and 3 posts per minute, continuously. W.T.F.
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November 11, 2017, 09:31:16 AM
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Monero is still a really good currency and the updates to make it private will make me invest in it more.
Of course.
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November 11, 2017, 09:43:00 AM
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the wallet is really bad. it's pretty confusing using this on windows..

What can you do, not anyone's fault you were born with limited metal capacity for comprehension of the most trivial computer GUI tasks.

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November 11, 2017, 12:53:41 PM
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the wallet is really bad. it's pretty confusing using this on windows..
Ignore the trolls.
I don't like the GUI wallet either.  Does is work for you and you just don't like it, or are you having a real problem that makes it unusable?
I would suggest the support thread, but it's pretty dead.
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November 11, 2017, 01:46:19 PM
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the wallet is really bad. it's pretty confusing using this on windows..
Ignore the trolls.
I don't like the GUI wallet either.  Does is work for you and you just don't like it, or are you having a real problem that makes it unusable?
I would suggest the support thread, but it's pretty dead.

Here's the help forum WWW.Mummyhelpme.com

Heres' the fix it complaints department

WWW.DoItYourSelf.com


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November 11, 2017, 03:09:54 PM
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the wallet is really bad. it's pretty confusing using this on windows..


Try using this guide:

https://www.deepdotweb.com/2017/05/01/monero-gui-wallet-guide/

This guide was written when GUI beta 2 was released, but is still applicable to GUI v0.11.1.0.

Paging jemiro too.

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November 11, 2017, 03:26:47 PM
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With a friendly platform makes me very confident with the future of Monero, maybe now Monero is still the second or third choice of most people, but for me Monero is the first choice, next year the price will raise at least $300...
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November 11, 2017, 04:07:45 PM
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the wallet is really bad. it's pretty confusing using this on windows..

Agree - worst working cryptocurrency GUI wallet I have ever seen, but your problems will be solved with community support, be patient or try CLI - seems better working.
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November 11, 2017, 05:09:33 PM
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Hi, Monroe Community, ...[REDACTED]...



Greetings!!!

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November 11, 2017, 05:15:18 PM
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I have sigs turned off, so I can't see, but assume this is another farmer.  This shit is getting out of control on this forum.  2 and 3 posts per minute, continuously. W.T.F.

Farmer?
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November 11, 2017, 05:46:26 PM
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...and the guy who speaks publicly For Monero lies to the public to pump his coin and get rich (FluffyPonzi). I'm never touching Monero no matter how good its privacy is.
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November 11, 2017, 05:53:12 PM
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...and the guy who speaks publicly For Monero lies to the public to pump his coin and get rich (FluffyPonzi). I'm never touching Monero no matter how good its privacy is.
Such analysis, Bravo *clap* *clap* *clap*

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November 11, 2017, 05:55:23 PM
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I have sigs turned off, so I can't see, but assume this is another farmer.  This shit is getting out of control on this forum.  2 and 3 posts per minute, continuously. W.T.F.

Farmer?

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November 11, 2017, 10:30:52 PM
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OK, here's a more technical question: what filesystems would be better suited to hold the blockchain on *NIX OSes and how would you configure them for optimal performance if they were mainly used to store the blockchain?
I'm guessing CoW filesystems such as ZFS and btrfs aren't particularly good choices, though I don't have any data to support this hunch.
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November 11, 2017, 10:35:20 PM
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how do you thing what price of XMR we may have in the end of the year?
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November 11, 2017, 11:15:51 PM
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Monero is still a really good currency and the updates to make it private will make me invest in it more.

Monero has never been updated to make it private, are you in the wrong thread or are you just a spammer?


...and the guy who speaks publicly For Monero lies to the public to pump his coin and get rich (FluffyPonzi). I'm never touching Monero no matter how good its privacy is.

Thank you for dropping in and letting us know that you will never own this coin, do you do that for every coin or are we just Special?

OK, here's a more technical question: what filesystems would be better suited to hold the blockchain on *NIX OSes and how would you configure them for optimal performance if they were mainly used to store the blockchain?
I'm guessing CoW filesystems such as ZFS and btrfs aren't particularly good choices, though I don't have any data to support this hunch.

I'm not up on the latest partitioning types but what you want to choose is the least corruptible and most stable as well as recoverable of them all. Speed between all of them is pretty negligible in the real world. Also make sure you choice is future proof for drive sizing as you'll want to migrate that partition one day if you do it right the first time.


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November 12, 2017, 10:27:06 AM
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how do you thing what price of XMR we may have in the end of the year?

Sorry man, Grandmother Vanga is dead so can't tell you anything about Monero price, accept that speculation thread is here

Thank you for dropping in and letting us know that you will never own this coin, do you do that for every coin or are we just Special?

LOL, that was nice  Cheesy


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November 12, 2017, 11:02:22 AM
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OK, here's a more technical question: what filesystems would be better suited to hold the blockchain on *NIX OSes and how would you configure them for optimal performance if they were mainly used to store the blockchain?
I'm guessing CoW filesystems such as ZFS and btrfs aren't particularly good choices, though I don't have any data to support this hunch.

I'm not up on the latest partitioning types but what you want to choose is the least corruptible and most stable as well as recoverable of them all. Speed between all of them is pretty negligible in the real world. Also make sure you choice is future proof for drive sizing as you'll want to migrate that partition one day if you do it right the first time.


I'm thinking as time goes by and the blockchain becomes bigger and bigger, the choice of filesystem for a node that handles many connections (open daemon for unlimited wallets) is going to be increasingly more important. You raise two points:

1. data integrity. For this copy-on-write filesystems are unmatched.

2. performance relative to one another being negligible. I beg to differ. Different filesystems handle fragmentation differently and that adds to the significant number of random reads for a node that has to handle a large number of wallet connections. For this I think filesystems without journal like ext2 might be fastest.

By the way, what is a sure way to identify blockchain corruption? Is there a command to make the daemon recheck all the blocks?
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November 12, 2017, 11:36:17 AM
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By the way, what is a sure way to identify blockchain corruption? Is there a command to make the daemon recheck all the blocks?

rescan_bc

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November 12, 2017, 12:12:04 PM
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By the way, what is a sure way to identify blockchain corruption? Is there a command to make the daemon recheck all the blocks?

rescan_bc

That's a wallet command.

@Chicken_76. You'd have to check bitmonero.log for any errors. See here (at the bottom):

https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/4462/my-blockchain-is-stuck-how-do-i-unstuck-it


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