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Author Topic: [ANN] AEON [2018-09-27: update to 0.12.6.0+ ASAP]  (Read 582069 times)
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June 06, 2017, 09:42:31 PM
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Here, you can try this --- put it in C/Users/Username/AppData/Roaming/Aeon

http://dropcanvas.com/g66vm

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June 06, 2017, 09:54:38 PM
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Hmm, I'm not sure if there's a way to lower the amount of RAM used. I checked and mine uses well over 6GB when it's synchronizing. I'll try to upload my blockchain.bin somewhere for download. I presume it will work on anyone's computer but Smooth might have to verify that.
The blockchain.bin files are operating system specific. So for example, one from Windows won't work on Linux (I tried).

They should be portable across different computers using the same CPU architecture and OS.
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June 07, 2017, 07:21:07 AM
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Here, you can try this --- put it in C/Users/Username/AppData/Roaming/Aeon

http://dropcanvas.com/g66vm



Thanks. Let me offer you a nice little signature to wear for our little voluntary campaign for baby Aeon. Wear it with pride.

Code:
[center][url=http://www.aeon.cash/]AEON[/url] ════════▮ AEON. Be one of us! ▮════════ [url=https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/]AEON[/url]
[url=https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=641696.0]AEON The Untraceable Blockchain[/url]
▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬[url=https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-AEON]Trade Now ══ Trade Now[/url]▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬[/center]


I also want to ask you guys how to make a batch file in windows to start the node automatically at start up and to shut it down properly at shutdown.

I have read instructions on how to start it up but I haven't seen any ways how to shut it down properly when the computer turns off.

I'm going to do something naughty. I will install a node in my older brother's computer in his office. All he does is the word processor and facebook all day. He has a nice powerful rig there with a fast internet connection and doesn't even play games in it.

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June 07, 2017, 11:46:34 PM
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Hello, I've been trying to sync Aeon 0.9.12 in a Debian based vps but I keep running into a stream of errors at early height.

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2017-Jun-08 01:25:45.086690 [P2P7][sock 37] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:25:58.270514 [P2P7][sock 26] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:26:12.545911 [P2P0][85.247.157.252:63306 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 63611 -> 833054 [769443 blocks behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2017-Jun-08 01:26:23.651815 [P2P4][sock 38] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:26:47.540030 [P2P5][46.236.116.179:57262 INC]Sync data returned unknown top block: 63694 -> 833054 [769360 blocks behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2017-Jun-08 01:26:51.249933 [P2P5][sock 46] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:27:07.272552 [P2P5][sock 34] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:27:10.488642 [P2P6][sock 42] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:27:12.628231 [P2P8][sock 19] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:28:00.079252 [P2P1][sock 47] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:28:02.831671 [P2P0][sock 36] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:28:11.906694 [P2P1][sock 24] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:28:13.159096 [P2P7][sock 35] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
2017-Jun-08 01:28:47.742986 [P2P1][sock 37] Some problems at write: Broken pipe:32
Killed

It is a brand new install in a good server provider, and I'm only running besides this a couple other daemons with no problems. Is this a known issue?
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June 08, 2017, 11:39:06 AM
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The earlier 'errors' don't mean anything but 'Killed' is usually due to running out of memory (you can check Linux console messages to confirm this). Add memory and/or swap and try again.
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June 08, 2017, 05:26:34 PM
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So, is there any major benefit to mining this outside of the daemon?
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June 08, 2017, 08:36:23 PM
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I guess also adding to my second question, is it literally as simple as loading up the wallet and daemon and then start_mine.... it doesnt *SEE* like anything is happening.... butttttttt im a pl3b
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June 08, 2017, 11:26:09 PM
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The earlier 'errors' don't mean anything but 'Killed' is usually due to running out of memory (you can check Linux console messages to confirm this). Add memory and/or swap and try again.

Thank you, adding swap worked.
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June 09, 2017, 01:04:50 AM
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I guess also adding to my second question, is it literally as simple as loading up the wallet and daemon and then start_mine.... it doesnt *SEE* like anything is happening.... butttttttt im a pl3b

I highly recommend pool mining with Aeon Stak CPU miner. You will get coins much more consistently then trying to solo mine. --- https://aeon-pool.com/#getting_started
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June 09, 2017, 06:07:52 AM
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So, is there any major benefit to mining this outside of the daemon?

Solomining is good for the AEON decentralisation.

But as previously stated by someone, there is more regular payment if you mine in a pool with your computer (if you own a server with a loooot hash you might prefer solomine coz you still find blocks all the time and so you dont have to share the payment).

Also there might be hardware with not enough RAM/swap file to run a full node, so you could use just a mining software to mine directly to a pool without running a node.

There are many pools, choose what suits you the best.

On any pool getting started page youll find several miner software. Personally i prefer fireice_uk stak miner, because he is activly updating it/active in the community and also provides open communication on changes on the software.

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June 09, 2017, 08:30:09 AM
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So, is there any major benefit to mining this outside of the daemon?

Solomining is good for the AEON decentralisation.

Solo mining also has less inherent overhead in terms of tx fees. Not only do the pools have to pay fees to pay out, but you will incur more fees when you spend those coins because it takes many tiny outputs to fund a transaction, making it larger. AEON currently has very low fees but those will need to increase to more sustainable level at some point.
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June 09, 2017, 02:32:11 PM
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So, is there any major benefit to mining this outside of the daemon?

Solomining is good for the AEON decentralisation.

Solo mining also has less inherent overhead in terms of tx fees. Not only do the pools have to pay fees to pay out, but you will incur more fees when you spend those coins because it takes many tiny outputs to fund a transaction, making it larger. AEON currently has very low fees but those will need to increase to more sustainable level at some point.


Thats sorta what I thought, so, just to make sure I am clear, when I open my wallet and type start_mine in the wallet i am solo mining? I've been running on 4 threads based on some suggestions on halving my cache? Thoughts on that?
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June 09, 2017, 04:52:14 PM
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can i mine to aeon-pool.com and transfer it directly to bittrex-wallet?
I tried and everthing worked till first payout and since than (~1h) i wait to see the incoming transfer on bittrex

//Edit: ok, i missed, that i need to give wallet-adress+ payment_id - can i append it ?

Old: minerd -a cryptonight-light -o stratum+tcp://mine.aeon-pool.com:3333 -u myadress -p x -t 6
Probably new: Old: minerd -a cryptonight-light -o stratum+tcp://mine.aeon-pool.com:3333 -u myadress my id -p x -t 6
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June 09, 2017, 06:36:34 PM
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can i mine to aeon-pool.com and transfer it directly to bittrex-wallet?
I tried and everthing worked till first payout and since than (~1h) i wait to see the incoming transfer on bittrex

No. When you send coins to an exchange you need to provide a payment ID, and afaik there are no Aeon pools offering this service. (Some Monero pools allow you to do this, but usually have much higher payout threshold to mine to an exchange).
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June 09, 2017, 08:08:11 PM
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Hi I'd like to ask a few questions.

I have synced ANON, set up the wallet and typed "start_mine 4".

I had a output from the console saying: "mining has started with 4 threads. good luck!" ect.
I am using a Intel core i5 2500k overclocked (cant remember what to) but its stable and also using a huge heat sink, all cores are at 100% and I have no thermal issues at the moment.

Questions:
Since I have started the mine I haven't had any output from the console and when I refresh the wallet I get "refresh done. blocks received:15
balance 0.000000000000. unlocked balance 0.000000000000. Is this correct?
How long before I see something appear in my wallet or will I?
Is my CPU okay for mining AEON?
Have I missed anything?
Is there anything else I should know ?

Thanks any help will be amazing.
 

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June 09, 2017, 08:34:29 PM
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Hi I'd like to ask a few questions.

I have synced ANON, set up the wallet and typed "start_mine 4".

I had a output from the console saying: "mining has started with 4 threads. good luck!" ect.
I am using a Intel core i5 2500k overclocked (cant remember what to) but its stable and also using a huge heat sink, all cores are at 100% and I have no thermal issues at the moment.

Questions:
Since I have started the mine I haven't had any output from the console and when I refresh the wallet I get "refresh done. blocks received:15
balance 0.000000000000. unlocked balance 0.000000000000. Is this correct?
How long before I see something appear in my wallet or will I?
Is my CPU okay for mining AEON?
Have I missed anything?
Is there anything else I should know ?

Thanks any help will be amazing.


You and I are in the same boat. go back to the previous page, I asked basically the same question and am curious about the answer to yours as well.
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June 09, 2017, 09:33:51 PM
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Hello,
I've got this error while trying to send to bittrex:

Error: wrong number of arguments, expected at least 3, got 2

Appreciate for any helps.
Thanks.
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June 10, 2017, 04:24:10 PM
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Hello,
I've got this error while trying to send to bittrex:

Error: wrong number of arguments, expected at least 3, got 2

Appreciate for any helps.
Thanks.

What command did you use? Please post or screenshot.

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June 10, 2017, 05:11:44 PM
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Do,

transfer <mixin count> <address> <amount> <payment id>

If you want a fast transfer just use mixin count 0.

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June 10, 2017, 08:33:49 PM
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This is the error i've got:



Thank you.
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