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September 01, 2015, 12:40:05 AM
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I used Boost 1.59 for the aeon-light test binaries. Should we expect trouble anytime we switch between binaries that were compiled on different Boost versions?  Undecided
If that's the case, I'd appreciate some official direction as to what version to use, so that I'd always use the same as anyone that will produce official binaries, thus preventing similar complications in the future.

Thanks!

I'm not sure, as I was only vaguely aware of this issue, and the boost documentation is rather poor. Looking in the release notes, I see nothing about version incompatibility since 1.45, which is quite old (none of the AEON builds would have used something older than that right?):

http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_59_0/libs/serialization/doc/release.html

So I don't see a good reason for the "unsupported version" failure to occur at all. Maybe there is another explanation.

Still, let's get Arux to report on the boost version being used for the official Windows builds and people can try to use the same version for unofficial builds as well.


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September 01, 2015, 12:42:19 AM
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@SRBOOTH:

If you're wanting to run a full node just for the sake of a full node, but have otherwise no problems with the test binaries for the pruning version, you could also just run the pruning version without any parameter (specifically, without --pruning). This will have you running a regular/full node.

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I used Boost 1.59 for the aeon-light test binaries. Should we expect trouble anytime we switch between binaries that were compiled on different Boost versions?  Undecided
If that's the case, I'd appreciate some official direction as to what version to use, so that I'd always use the same as anyone that will produce official binaries, thus preventing similar complications in the future.

Thanks!
I did just that with 9.2 (without pruning) It is "upgrading blockchain format" as I type this Smiley  I always try and break stuff.
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September 01, 2015, 12:43:39 AM
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... I always try and break stuff.

Oh, you are that guy!  Grin

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September 01, 2015, 03:54:44 AM
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Development update

The pruning testing has gone well with no major problems reported. I will wait for testing to continue for several more days while looking into the idea of explicitly blocking older wallets from trying to restore from a pruned node.

The next major item is to be the GUI integration, which I spent some time on a while back, but put on hold to finish up pruning. I'm resuming that now.

In addition I have an additional anonymity improvement to release, which will probably come with the official pruning version. Already my opinion is that obscure little AEON has the soundest implementation of anonymity of all cryptocurrencies, with the new improvement it will be even better.

I'm also taking steps to address the mining decentralization, which I will be announcing soon.

As always feedback, suggestions, offers of assistance, donations (especially via donation mining which also helps decentralize the network), criticism, and encouragement are welcome.



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September 01, 2015, 01:43:54 PM
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Best work I've seen since entering cryptoworld smooth! I'm in for good. Just threw up .1BTC buy at Bittrex and gladly paid top asks Smiley

I'm working on a non-profit charitable entity structure, planning to use crypto, with another private group that is in early stages of development. A lot of details to iron out in the foreseeable future. Aeon looking like a good candidate network, keep it rolling!!
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September 01, 2015, 02:59:06 PM
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Development update

The pruning testing has gone well with no major problems reported. I will wait for testing to continue for several more days while looking into the idea of explicitly blocking older wallets from trying to restore from a pruned node.

The next major item is to be the GUI integration, which I spent some time on a while back, but put on hold to finish up pruning. I'm resuming that now.

In addition I have an additional anonymity improvement to release, which will probably come with the official pruning version. Already my opinion is that obscure little AEON has the soundest implementation of anonymity of all cryptocurrencies, with the new improvement it will be even better.

I'm also taking steps to address the mining decentralization, which I will be announcing soon.

As always feedback, suggestions, offers of assistance, donations (especially via donation mining which also helps decentralize the network), criticism, and encouragement are welcome.


well tickle me curious! Is this regarding the current network's pool dominance, or an overarching fix to mining centralization???

looks like I might be buying something capable of more RAM.....

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September 01, 2015, 06:50:57 PM
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@smooth:

I used Boost 1.59 for the aeon-light test binaries. Should we expect trouble anytime we switch between binaries that were compiled on different Boost versions?  Undecided
If that's the case, I'd appreciate some official direction as to what version to use, so that I'd always use the same as anyone that will produce official binaries, thus preventing similar complications in the future.

Thanks!

I'm not sure, as I was only vaguely aware of this issue, and the boost documentation is rather poor. Looking in the release notes, I see nothing about version incompatibility since 1.45, which is quite old (none of the AEON builds would have used something older than that right?):

http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_59_0/libs/serialization/doc/release.html

So I don't see a good reason for the "unsupported version" failure to occur at all. Maybe there is another explanation.

Still, let's get Arux to report on the boost version being used for the official Windows builds and people can try to use the same version for unofficial builds as well.




Official 0.9.1.1 windows binaries were compiled with boost 1.58 static
i don't have more explanations than smooth  Huh


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September 02, 2015, 12:44:47 PM
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New recommended bug fix release (0.9.3.0)

Fix bug of not using optimized hash on Windows
Improved slow-hash performance on non-AESNI
Stuck tx bug fix (from Monero)

Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

https://github.com/aeonix/aeon/releases/tag/v0.9.3.0
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September 02, 2015, 01:31:58 PM
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New recommended bug fix release (0.9.3.0)

Fix bug of not using optimized hash on Windows
Improved slow-hash performance on non-AESNI
Stuck tx bug fix (from Monero)

Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

https://github.com/aeonix/aeon/releases/tag/v0.9.3.0

Awesome! A windows compilation when someone has a chance please Smiley thanks...learning how to do my own this week..what a noob huh? LOL
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September 02, 2015, 02:02:18 PM
Last edit: September 02, 2015, 10:28:12 PM by myagui
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Here you go Mr. Break-It-All  Wink
Unofficial win binaries, caution advised, etc, etc:
Link Pulled as a Precautionary measure - see Smooth's posts further below.
Note: I haven't tested these myself yet. Just picked up fresh from git and compiled as before.

Quoted from Smooth's instructions:
Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

Happy Testing!

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September 02, 2015, 02:40:28 PM
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Best work I've seen since entering cryptoworld smooth! I'm in for good. Just threw up .1BTC buy at Bittrex and gladly paid top asks Smiley

Same here, except for a somewhat smaller amount. I have 2500 AEON at Trex. Smiley






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September 02, 2015, 03:36:49 PM
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Here you go Mr. Break-It-All  Wink
Unofficial win binaries, caution advised, etc, etc: Aeon-Win-x64-0.9.3.0
Note: I haven't tested these myself yet. Just picked up fresh from git and compiled as before.

Quoted from Smooth's instructions:
Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

Happy Testing!
Too bad I can't change my handle to that, right?! ... Thank you my friend Smiley
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September 02, 2015, 04:18:25 PM
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Here you go Mr. Break-It-All  Wink
Unofficial win binaries, caution advised, etc, etc: Aeon-Win-x64-0.9.3.0
Note: I haven't tested these myself yet. Just picked up fresh from git and compiled as before.

Quoted from Smooth's instructions:
Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

Happy Testing!

Working fine but aeond memory usage is 4,5gb.
0.9.2.0 4gb
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September 02, 2015, 06:11:05 PM
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Working fine but aeond memory usage is 4,5gb.
0.9.2.0 4gb

So I had a moment to run 0.9.3.0, and it used up ~4.1Gb on my Win-8 box, while 0.9.2.0 used up 4.25Gb, which contrasts with your findings. This was not strictly 0.9.2.0 in my case, it was the light-node version running in archive mode (full node). I don't think small differences can be taken as representation of anything much, since these look to vary along with the network conditions, transaction pool, etc.

Perhaps keep an eye on memory usage and see if it settles at some lower amount eventually?

I'm back on testing with just the light-node though, seeing as that is the 1st major release on the horizon (and just 2.6Gb of memory usage is also neat)  Wink  Thank you everyone for the feedback btw!

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September 02, 2015, 06:11:49 PM
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I don't believe  this release contains the bmreduce and pruning features. If you're not cpu mining, I'd skip and wait til the next release.



Here you go Mr. Break-It-All  Wink
Unofficial win binaries, caution advised, etc, etc: Aeon-Win-x64-0.9.3.0
Note: I haven't tested these myself yet. Just picked up fresh from git and compiled as before.

Quoted from Smooth's instructions:
Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

Happy Testing!

Working fine but aeond memory usage is 4,5gb.
0.9.2.0 4gb

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September 02, 2015, 08:35:50 PM
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It does have bcmemreduce (as did 0.9.2.0) but not pruning. There is no change in memory usage from 0.9.2.0.

The memory usage reported by the OS is somewhat unreliable, so you will get a range of numbers depending on other activity on the system, previous activity since reboot, etc. Also as myagui pointed out there can be some changes in network conditions.

I don't believe  this release contains the bmreduce and pruning features. If you're not cpu mining, I'd skip and wait til the next release.



Here you go Mr. Break-It-All  Wink
Unofficial win binaries, caution advised, etc, etc: Aeon-Win-x64-0.9.3.0
Note: I haven't tested these myself yet. Just picked up fresh from git and compiled as before.

Quoted from Smooth's instructions:
Upgrade note: Shut down your existing node, delete your poolstate.bin file, then restart using this new version.

Happy Testing!

Working fine but aeond memory usage is 4,5gb.
0.9.2.0 4gb
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September 02, 2015, 10:16:03 PM
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Important - network issue

There is some issue with mooo's pool being forked off the network. It seems to be related to a transaction created by the pool, and may be related to one of the updates but we are still investigating. Wallet (deposit/withdrawal) at Bittrex is frozen for the time being and I recommend that you do not engage in other transactions until the problem is diagnosed.

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September 02, 2015, 10:25:25 PM
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Pulled release 0.9.3.0

I pulled release 0.9.3.0 for the time being as it seems Mooo had just upgraded his pool when the problem occurred. I don't have a reason why the bug fix would have cause this problem but in any case this seems prudent.

Please do not use 0.9.3.0 at this time and stick with one of the earlier releases.

Mooo is attempting to restart his pool using an earlier version.
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Important - network issue

There is some issue with mooo's pool being forked off the network. It seems to be related to a transaction created by the pool, and may be related to one of the updates but we are still investigating. Wallet (deposit/withdrawal) at Bittrex is frozen for the time being and I recommend that you do not engage in other transactions until the problem is diagnosed.


Moo pool on fork right now?
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September 02, 2015, 11:28:31 PM
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Hi, my pool is currently unable to mine. Not sure exactly what's going on, the daemon rejects mined blocks, even though I've reverted blockchain and daemon to earlier versions.

Please mine on http://52.8.47.33:8080/ which is Arux's pool for now.



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