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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4656361 times)
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June 06, 2019, 08:34:23 AM
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I still have some problems with my node. Monerod status check shows 100% sync and there are some in/out connections (about 8/6), so all ok.
But when i connect my gui and send a transaction it takes 20-30 min to fully broadcast it and get the block hight. So orders with a time limit time out before its finished to send the transaction.

At the moment the transaction was done the node had to sync another 471 blocks. And this takes to much time.
Would it be more constant if i set a „block sync size“ of 5 or 10 blocks?

Which operating system are you using?

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June 06, 2019, 10:38:52 AM
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Debian Linux on both devices. So on my laptop that is connected to the node over Lan. The node is running on a cubietruck (cubieboard3) with 2gb RAM and 2gb Swap (Swap not really in use because of the speed loss when transfering the files to SSD).

Internet connection async. with 100 mbit down- and 10 mbit upload. So fast enough i think.

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June 06, 2019, 02:23:00 PM
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Debian Linux on both devices. So on my laptop that is connected to the node over Lan. The node is running on a cubietruck (cubieboard3) with 2gb RAM and 2gb Swap (Swap not really in use because of the speed loss when transfering the files to SSD).

Internet connection async. with 100 mbit down- and 10 mbit upload. So fast enough i think.

Is it fair to say then that the system where the node runs on is not particularly resourceful? Because if so, that is partly the cause of your relatively poor performance. In addition, note that the current daemon has inefficient sync code and JIT is not enabled. Both have a serious impact on performance, which may also be partly the cause of your issue. I'd advise to give v0.14.1, once it is released, another shot, as it will have drastically better performance.

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June 06, 2019, 03:33:15 PM
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Debian Linux on both devices. So on my laptop that is connected to the node over Lan. The node is running on a cubietruck (cubieboard3) with 2gb RAM and 2gb Swap (Swap not really in use because of the speed loss when transfering the files to SSD).

Internet connection async. with 100 mbit down- and 10 mbit upload. So fast enough i think.

Is it fair to say then that the system where the node runs on is not particularly resourceful? Because if so, that is partly the cause of your relatively poor performance. In addition, note that the current daemon has inefficient sync code and JIT is not enabled. Both have a serious impact on performance, which may also be partly the cause of your issue. I'd advise to give v0.14.1, once it is released, another shot, as it will have drastically better performance.

The cubietruck should not be underestimated.  The computing power of this tiny computer is very impressive ...
But i will wait for the new release of course

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June 06, 2019, 04:06:17 PM
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DARPA funding studies on discussion of cryptocurrency:  
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bxhgpj/darpa_funded_project_looks_at_how_cryptocurrency

They seem to care a lot more about Reddit than good old shitcointalk though.
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June 08, 2019, 10:40:23 AM
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Please add this coin in CEX.IO, i want to buy this coin from there.  Thank you!
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June 08, 2019, 04:58:02 PM
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DARPA funding studies on discussion of cryptocurrency:  
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bxhgpj/darpa_funded_project_looks_at_how_cryptocurrency

They seem to care a lot more about Reddit than good old shitcointalk though.

It's more important to keep an eye on the sheeple as they are easily led.

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June 12, 2019, 06:19:01 AM
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Hi guys!! What do you think about Xeon Phi and new algo for Monero in October? I Think it'll be most profitable hardware because it's like a big processor. Smiley
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Hi guys!! What do you think about Xeon Phi and new algo for Monero in October? I Think it'll be most profitable hardware because it's like a big processor. Smiley

You may be interested in:

https://www.reddit.com/r/MoneroMining/comments/bzeaqn/cpu_benchmarks_for_randomx/

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June 15, 2019, 11:12:13 AM
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CLI v0.14.1.0 'Boron Butterfly' released!

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/c0w3cp/cli_v01410_boron_butterfly_released/

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June 15, 2019, 12:47:02 PM
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Please add this coin in CEX.IO, i want to buy this coin from there.  Thank you!

There are TONS of places you can buy monero dude. No reason to list it on CEX.IO whatsoever.
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Runs fine until now, sync is fast. I'm on ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
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June 15, 2019, 02:59:24 PM
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Me pounce like starveling on juicy leg of mutton.  Muttonero!
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June 15, 2019, 03:50:29 PM
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Hy guys,

running monero 14.1 linux 64 bit and starting the lmdb with --prune-blockchain from scratch, do i have to use the --prune-blockchain everytime i synchronize or does monerod recognize the pruned database, so i can start with monerod?

Thanks  Grin

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Hy guys,

running monero 14.1 linux 64 bit and starting the lmdb with --prune-blockchain from scratch, do i have to use the --prune-blockchain everytime i synchronize or does monerod recognize the pruned database, so i can start with monerod?

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--prune-blockchain has to be used (as startup flag) upon every startup of monerod.

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June 15, 2019, 09:52:18 PM
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Hy guys,

running monero 14.1 linux 64 bit and starting the lmdb with --prune-blockchain from scratch, do i have to use the --prune-blockchain everytime i synchronize or does monerod recognize the pruned database, so i can start with monerod?

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--prune-blockchain has to be used (as startup flag) upon every startup of monerod.

If I prune the chain and then accidentally start the daemon without the prune flag will it overwrite the pruned chain without a prompt?

IOW if I accidentally start the daemon (like when I upgrade in 6 months) will the pruned chain get deleted and start downloading from scratch?

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June 15, 2019, 10:58:51 PM
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what's the purpose to leave bitcointalk? is everything ok with monero?
bitcointalk i a great way to hear your communty. imo
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June 15, 2019, 11:29:35 PM
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what's the purpose to leave bitcointalk? is everything ok with monero?
bitcointalk i a great way to hear your communty. imo
Monero built its own forum, and left bitcointalk.org forum. It's always easy to manage on your own forum, so it is likely reason. However, it's not too good to leave such a huge forum, for bitcoin in specific, and crypto in general. Monero team left the forum since 04/1/2017 (last edit time of the OP). It means they left the forum more than two years ago. You can find out more in the Monero forum: https://forum.getmonero.org/
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June 16, 2019, 01:48:24 AM
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Hy guys,

running monero 14.1 linux 64 bit and starting the lmdb with --prune-blockchain from scratch, do i have to use the --prune-blockchain everytime i synchronize or does monerod recognize the pruned database, so i can start with monerod?

Thanks  Grin

--prune-blockchain has to be used (as startup flag) upon every startup of monerod.

Hy there,

ok, thanks for clarifying! In the next release, do you think it would be possible to detect a "pruned" blockchain upon start of ./monerod in order to avoid two DB's?

Kind regards

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