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February 29, 2016, 07:53:25 PM
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@smooth: i get the following broken pipe error every now and then after starting the miner from the wallet, is it safe to ignore?
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2016-Feb-29 21:46:23.896791 [P2P6][46.228.*.*:58410 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Feb-29 21:46:45.740110 [P2P2][sock 16] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:46:46.182845 [P2P7][sock 36] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:46.890596 [P2P8][sock 32] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:58.344716 [P2P3][46.228.*.*:58835 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started

This is on MacOS X 10.11.3, the daemon syncs fine and seems to do its thing. It's when I start_mining that the broken pipe burps.

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March 01, 2016, 03:16:44 AM
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@smooth: i get the following broken pipe error every now and then after starting the miner from the wallet, is it safe to ignore?
Code:
2016-Feb-29 21:46:23.896791 [P2P6][46.228.*.*:58410 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Feb-29 21:46:45.740110 [P2P2][sock 16] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:46:46.182845 [P2P7][sock 36] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:46.890596 [P2P8][sock 32] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:58.344716 [P2P3][46.228.*.*:58835 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started

This is on MacOS X 10.11.3, the daemon syncs fine and seems to do its thing. It's when I start_mining that the broken pipe burps.

Had the same problem. I suppose the 46.228.*.* is invalid (malicious, maybe) node, so I blocked it already.

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March 01, 2016, 03:22:50 AM
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@smooth: i get the following broken pipe error every now and then after starting the miner from the wallet, is it safe to ignore?
Code:
2016-Feb-29 21:46:23.896791 [P2P6][46.228.*.*:58410 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Feb-29 21:46:45.740110 [P2P2][sock 16] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:46:46.182845 [P2P7][sock 36] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:46.890596 [P2P8][sock 32] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2016-Feb-29 21:47:58.344716 [P2P3][46.228.*.*:58835 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 666938 -> 599580 [67358 blocks (-187 days) ahead]
SYNCHRONIZATION started

This is on MacOS X 10.11.3, the daemon syncs fine and seems to do its thing. It's when I start_mining that the broken pipe burps.

Had the same problem. I suppose the 46.228.*.* is invalid (malicious, maybe) node, so I blocked it already.

Probably not malicious (what would be the point of one malicious node everyone ignores?) but probably broken or stuck, due to running out of disk space or something like that.
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March 01, 2016, 07:34:04 AM
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@billaue i masked the last bits of that address w/ an * for privacy reasons

Probably not malicious (what would be the point of one malicious node everyone ignores?) but probably broken or stuck, due to running out of disk space or something like that.
After looking a bit more into this, looks like something behaving funny on my end. I run aeond with the datadir pointing to an external HD (free space is aplenty on that disk, so there must be something else that gets broken).

Funny, I went through that hassle so I could try solo-mining aeon, now I’m back to using minergate.
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March 01, 2016, 08:10:52 AM
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@billaue i masked the last bits of that address w/ an * for privacy reasons

Probably not malicious (what would be the point of one malicious node everyone ignores?) but probably broken or stuck, due to running out of disk space or something like that.
After looking a bit more into this, looks like something behaving funny on my end. I run aeond with the datadir pointing to an external HD (free space is aplenty on that disk, so there must be something else that gets broken).

Funny, I went through that hassle so I could try solo-mining aeon, now I’m back to using minergate.

It's about an Aeon node outside, not yours. I encountered the same issue with the node (IP: 46.228.6.*) so I had to block it from sync with my node.
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March 01, 2016, 09:40:24 AM
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Aeon Ask Anything Tuesday
AAAT# 1

https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/comments/48fa7a/aaat_1_aeon_ask_anything_tuesday/
https://twitter.com/aeoncurrency/status/704597415584780288
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March 01, 2016, 10:20:24 AM
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It's about an Aeon node outside, not yours. I encountered the same issue with the node (IP: 46.228.6.*) so I had to block it from sync with my node.
ah! thanks for clarifying that Smiley

so do i just block it through the .conf file?

also how do i get any kind of feedback that the miner works? anything like working on this or that. i mean the daemon terminal won't show anything else than "sync" messages
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March 01, 2016, 10:49:53 AM
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It's about an Aeon node outside, not yours. I encountered the same issue with the node (IP: 46.228.6.*) so I had to block it from sync with my node.
ah! thanks for clarifying that Smiley

so do i just block it through the .conf file?

There is no manual blocking. If the node misbehaves it will get blocked automatically, although there are probably some sorts of misbehavior that don't get blocked. If you want a manual block, you would have to use a firewall such as ufw.

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also how do i get any kind of feedback that the miner works? anything like working on this or that. i mean the daemon terminal won't show anything else than "sync" messages

If you mean the built-in solo miner you can get a hash rate display with show_hr (turn off with hide_hr).



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March 01, 2016, 11:08:20 AM
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^ roger

thanks guys
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March 03, 2016, 08:27:21 AM
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I missed it this time but hope that this returns every week.
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March 07, 2016, 04:37:05 PM
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Those who are mining at 98.238.231.31:9000 please note that pool payments were stuck a few hours ago and all payments are safe. Just waiting to reprocess payments once the backlog has cleared. All mining and coins are OK and thank you for you patience.

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March 08, 2016, 03:59:18 PM
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Have questions?

Aeon Ask Anything Tuesday was designed for you!
https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/comments/49j2cy/aaat_2/
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March 09, 2016, 12:31:24 AM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?
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March 09, 2016, 10:11:27 AM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?

Was it a brand new Reddit account? What do you mean it would not let you?

Aeon offers pruning and 4 minute block times. Its focus on keeping a light footprint will make it well suited for mobile and lower performance devices.
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March 09, 2016, 10:29:28 AM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?

Was it a brand new Reddit account? What do you mean it would not let you?

Aeon offers pruning and 4 minute block times. Its focus on keeping a light footprint will make it well suited for mobile and lower performance devices.

Also

Faster syncing and verification due to 4x faster PoW.
Allowing lightweight low-mix/no-mix transactions with usage limits to protect against chain reactions.
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March 10, 2016, 01:07:43 AM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?

Was it a brand new Reddit account? What do you mean it would not let you?

Aeon offers pruning and 4 minute block times. Its focus on keeping a light footprint will make it well suited for mobile and lower performance devices.

Also

Faster syncing and verification due to 4x faster PoW.
Allowing lightweight low-mix/no-mix transactions with usage limits to protect against chain reactions.

Cool I think I'll grab some. Are these your own innovations? I know there is another XMR clone called BBR.
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March 10, 2016, 01:23:38 AM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?

Was it a brand new Reddit account? What do you mean it would not let you?

Aeon offers pruning and 4 minute block times. Its focus on keeping a light footprint will make it well suited for mobile and lower performance devices.

Also

Faster syncing and verification due to 4x faster PoW.
Allowing lightweight low-mix/no-mix transactions with usage limits to protect against chain reactions.

Cool I think I'll grab some. Are these your own innovations? I know there is another XMR clone called BBR.

Pruning is my own design and implementation. It is different from the approach used in BBR (differences described in the pruning FAQ)
The PoW modified design came from a white paper for an unreleased coin called Louisd'or, co-authored by the developer of BBR, but that coin apparently decided not to use it. The PoW modifications I implemented myself.
The approach to low-mix/no-mix transaction (design and implementation) is my own
Some other bits of code have come from Monero or BBR (always credited)

I believe in adapting and adopting the best solutions regardless of source, and developing my own when I can do better.
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March 10, 2016, 07:09:16 AM
Last edit: March 10, 2016, 09:57:58 AM by Phantas
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New AEON bootstrap for linux x64 : aeon_bootstrap_9_3_2016_linux_x64.tar.gz

Merge Mine 5 other Blake 256 coins - 6x your hash power  https://www.blakecoin.org/
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March 10, 2016, 07:14:25 AM
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New AEON bootstrap for linux x64 : aeon_bootstrap_9_3_2016_linux_x64.tar

Thank you Phantas. I updated the OP with the new link.
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March 10, 2016, 05:09:05 PM
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I tried to ask on the reddit but it wouldn't let me. Maybe some bug.

I wanted to ask what are the innovations over XMR?

Was it a brand new Reddit account? What do you mean it would not let you?

Aeon offers pruning and 4 minute block times. Its focus on keeping a light footprint will make it well suited for mobile and lower performance devices.

Also

Faster syncing and verification due to 4x faster PoW.
Allowing lightweight low-mix/no-mix transactions with usage limits to protect against chain reactions.

Cool I think I'll grab some. Are these your own innovations? I know there is another XMR clone called BBR.

Pruning is my own design and implementation. It is different from the approach used in BBR (differences described in the pruning FAQ)
The PoW modified design came from a white paper for an unreleased coin called Louisd'or, co-authored by the developer of BBR, but that coin apparently decided not to use it. The PoW modifications I implemented myself.
The approach to low-mix/no-mix transaction (design and implementation) is my own
Some other bits of code have come from Monero or BBR (always credited)

I believe in adapting and adopting the best solutions regardless of source, and developing my own when I can do better.


You do great work. Building upon and improving the work from other open source projects is always a good thing. It is also nice to see the intellectual honesty of crediting others as appropriate.
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