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October 01, 2016, 07:09:37 PM
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hi .  Huh
monero good for invest ?

It's a technical support thread and not about asking whether it's good or not to invest in it...
You should check for other threads in speculation section here --> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=753252.0
and you might find your answer...

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October 01, 2016, 09:00:55 PM
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I've downloaded the blockchan on my other HD location.
And its SYNCED with the network.

I already made my wallet account.

This morning i opened it and its doing a refresh, but is it normal that it takes so long ?
And will it takes this long every time i open my wallet?



after you sync you need or to use command "save" or before you close use command "exit". if you just close deamon it dont save it. Maybe this was changed lately. But i think this might be you problem.

The first time you sync a wallet it takes some time.  After that it will sync from the point you saved it.  The command "exit" will save before it exits.
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October 17, 2016, 05:07:43 PM
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Hey,

1.) Where can I download the full data.mbd? and what is the current size please?

2.) Somewhere I red that blockchain for linux is different from the blockchain for windows, can someone explain it to me please?
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October 17, 2016, 07:44:49 PM
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Hey,

1.) Where can I download the full data.mbd? and what is the current size please?

2.) Somewhere I red that blockchain for linux is different from the blockchain for windows, can someone explain it to me please?

1 - nobody really provides the data file for download. You can get the blockchain.raw file from https://downloads.getmonero.org/blockchain.raw and import it using monero-blockchain-import. Currently the blockchain.raw file is around 3GB and the data.mdb file is around 8.2GB.

2 - that used to be true. In v0.10.0 the data.mdb file is identical across all platforms.
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November 01, 2016, 10:54:32 AM
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does anyone know the fastest way to sync on ubuntu 16.04. This is extremely frustrating.

Fiddled with this a long time ago. I use

Code:
bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000

doesn't seem secure to connect only one peer, but it syncs really fast

EDIT: sorry, saw all the other replies. Will leave this here anyway.

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November 02, 2016, 08:03:54 PM
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You're very clearly missing the files to link OpenSSL and Boost libraries.
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November 02, 2016, 08:17:35 PM
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Does XMR have some working frameworks which make it possible to integrate a deposit/withdraw function to a homepage/system?

Something like that would make it very easy for site owners to integrate XMR payment methods. I saw a request at wikileaks for example. Moreover it would be good to suggest such a framework to some other darknet markets so that they just can add this feature like plug and play without much efforts.

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November 02, 2016, 08:37:54 PM
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Does XMR have some working frameworks which make it possible to integrate a deposit/withdraw function to a homepage/system?

Something like that would make it very easy for site owners to integrate XMR payment methods. I saw a request at wikileaks for example. Moreover it would be good to suggest such a framework to some other darknet markets so that they just can add this feature like plug and play without much efforts.

Thanks

See here:
http://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/385/php-libraries-to-assist-with-monero-integration

And here:
http://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/877/are-there-any-monero-specific-programming-language-libraries-available
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November 20, 2016, 09:31:04 PM
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I want to export the blockchain to a usb flash drive.  I  am using linux.  The path to the flash drive is /media/a/Transcend/
Will this work?
Code:
monero-blockchain-export --output-file /media/a/Transcend/
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November 22, 2016, 08:15:42 PM
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How do I avoid the "std::runtime" error?
Code:
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$ ./monero-blockchain-export --output-file /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.628966 Starting...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629007 Setting log level = 0
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629024 Export output file: /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629041 Initializing source blockchain (BlockchainDB)
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629501 database: lmdb
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629525 Loading blockchain from folder /home/a/.bitmonero/lmdb ...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690936 Blockchain initialized. last block: 1185530, d0.h0.m13.s53 time ago, current difficulty: 3744774366
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690974 Source blockchain storage initialized OK
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690986 Exporting blockchain raw data...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.691000 Storing blocks raw data...
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
  what():  Error reading expected number of bytes
Aborted
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$
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November 22, 2016, 09:22:47 PM
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How do I avoid the "std::runtime" error?
Code:
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$ ./monero-blockchain-export --output-file /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.628966 Starting...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629007 Setting log level = 0
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629024 Export output file: /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629041 Initializing source blockchain (BlockchainDB)
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629501 database: lmdb
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629525 Loading blockchain from folder /home/a/.bitmonero/lmdb ...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690936 Blockchain initialized. last block: 1185530, d0.h0.m13.s53 time ago, current difficulty: 3744774366
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690974 Source blockchain storage initialized OK
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690986 Exporting blockchain raw data...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.691000 Storing blocks raw data...
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
  what():  Error reading expected number of bytes
Aborted
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$

stupid question, but is your hd full?

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November 23, 2016, 05:16:30 AM
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How do I avoid the "std::runtime" error?
Code:
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$ ./monero-blockchain-export --output-file /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.628966 Starting...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629007 Setting log level = 0
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629024 Export output file: /media/a/SanDisk64GB/
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629041 Initializing source blockchain (BlockchainDB)
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629501 database: lmdb
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.629525 Loading blockchain from folder /home/a/.bitmonero/lmdb ...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690936 Blockchain initialized. last block: 1185530, d0.h0.m13.s53 time ago, current difficulty: 3744774366
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690974 Source blockchain storage initialized OK
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.690986 Exporting blockchain raw data...
2016-Nov-22 20:07:27.691000 Storing blocks raw data...
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error'
  what():  Error reading expected number of bytes
Aborted
a@a-Peppy:~/monero$

Use an actual filename for --output-file, not a directory name.
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December 01, 2016, 06:48:44 AM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks
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December 01, 2016, 05:34:13 PM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

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December 01, 2016, 08:03:18 PM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

Hi

That would be iMac 27" 2.7ghz quad core, 4 gb 1333mhz ddr3 ram, 512mb video, 1 TB memory, El Capitan OS
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December 01, 2016, 09:03:56 PM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

there has been discussion further above.

try something like this:

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bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000

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December 02, 2016, 06:21:33 PM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

there has been discussion further above.

try something like this:

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bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000


just copy and paste this command in the terminal?
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December 03, 2016, 04:58:29 AM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

there has been discussion further above.

try something like this:

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bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000


just copy and paste this command in the terminal?

yep

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December 03, 2016, 11:22:14 AM
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Hi

What is the fastest way to sync on Mac OSX?
I seems to take ages.
Monerod has been running for quite some time and still +850 days behind...

Thanks

Can you post your hardware specs and version of OSX? Are you using an SSD?

there has been discussion further above.

try something like this:

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bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000


just copy and paste this command in the terminal?

yep

Doesn't seem to really speed up?
016-Dec-03 11:52:05.086571 [P2P9][45.55.35.181:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 267939 -> 1193181 [925242 blocks (769 days) behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Dec-03 11:52:05.535045 [P2P1][50.157.173.168:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 267939 -> 1193181 [925242 blocks (769 days) behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Dec-03 11:52:06.070477 [P2P3][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 267939 -> 1193181 [925242 blocks (769 days) behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Dec-03 11:52:06.810195 [P2P4][61.91.122.189:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 267939 -> 1193181 [925242 blocks (769 days) behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000
unknown command: bitmonerod --out-peers 1 --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --db-sync-mode fast:async:1000
Monero 'Wolfram Warptangent' (v0.10.0.0-release)
Commands:
  ban                  Ban a given IP for a time
  bans                 Show the currently banned IPs
  diff                 Show difficulty
  exit                 Stop the daemon
  fast_exit            Exit
  flush_txpool         Flush a transaction from the tx pool by its txid, or the whole tx pool
  hard_fork_info       Print hard fork voting information
  help                 Show this help
  hide_hr              Stop showing hash rate
  is_key_image_spent   Prints whether a given key image is in the spent key images set, is_key_image_spent <key_image>
  limit                limit <kB/s> - Set download and upload limit
  limit_down           limit <kB/s> - Set download limit
  limit_up             limit <kB/s> - Set upload limit
  out_peers            Set max number of out peers
  output_histogram     Print output histogram (amount, instances)
  print_bc             Print blockchain info in a given blocks range, print_bc <begin_height> [<end_height>]
  print_block          Print block, print_block <block_hash> | <block_height>
  print_cn             Print connections
  print_height         Print local blockchain height
  print_pl             Print peer list
  print_pool           Print transaction pool (long format)
  print_pool_sh        Print transaction pool (short format)
  print_status         Prints daemon status
  print_tx             Print transaction, print_tx <transaction_hash>
  q                    ignored
  save                 Save blockchain
  set_log              set_log <level> - Change current log detalization level, <level> is a number 0-4
  show_hr              Start showing hash rate
  start_mining         Start mining for specified address, start_mining <addr> [<threads>], default 1 thread
  start_save_graph     Start save data for dr monero
  status               Show status
  stop_daemon          Stop the daemon
  stop_mining          Stop mining
  stop_save_graph      Stop save data for dr monero
  unban                Unban a given IP
 
2016-Dec-03 11:53:41.807804 [P2P2][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 268139/1193182
2016-Dec-03 11:53:41.808273 [P2P7][50.157.173.168:18080 OUT]Synced 268139/1193182
2016-Dec-03 11:53:41.808493 [P2P8][45.55.35.181:18080 OUT]Synced 268139/1193182
2016-Dec-03 11:53:41.808733 [P2P0][111.47.2.194:18080 OUT]Synced 268139/1193182
2016-Dec-03 11:55:07.037617 [P2P4][111.47.2.194:18080 OUT]Synced 268339/1193184
2016-Dec-03 11:56:54.412117 [P2P8][111.47.2.194:18080 OUT]Synced 268539/1193184
2016-Dec-03 11:58:18.934557 [P2P2][111.47.2.194:18080 OUT]Synced 268739/1193185
2016-Dec-03 11:59:37.246037 [P2P5][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 268939/1193187
2016-Dec-03 12:00:38.567915 [P2P9][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 269139/1193187
2016-Dec-03 12:01:57.074732 [P2P8][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 269339/1193187
2016-Dec-03 12:03:52.520035 [P2P5][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 269539/1193188
2016-Dec-03 12:04:52.669169 [P2P8][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 269739/1193188
2016-Dec-03 12:05:55.052495 [P2P2][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 269939/1193189
2016-Dec-03 12:06:53.401535 [P2P0][81.169.234.139:18080 OUT]Synced 270139/1193189
2016-Dec-03 12:08:00.044203 [P2P6][61.91.122.189:18080 OUT]Synced 270339/1193189
2016-Dec-03 12:09:02.946563 [P2P6][61.91.122.189:18080 OUT]Synced 270539/1193189
2016-Dec-03 12:10:05.883432 [P2P6][61.91.122.189:18080 OUT]Synced 270739/1193189
2016-Dec-03 12:11:00.888341 [P2P7][61.91.122.189:18080 OUT]Synced 270939/1193190
2016-Dec-03 12:11:58.563035 [P2P8][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 271139/1193192
2016-Dec-03 12:12:57.725358 [P2P0][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 271339/1193192
2016-Dec-03 12:13:56.558575 [P2P3][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 271539/1193193
2016-Dec-03 12:15:17.094288 [P2P3][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 271739/1193194
2016-Dec-03 12:16:09.843730 [P2P8][88.150.192.17:18080 OUT]Sync data returned unknown top block: 271895 -> 1193194 [921300 blocks (766 days) behind]
SYNCHRONIZATION started
2016-Dec-03 12:16:16.807744 [P2P1][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 271939/1193194
2016-Dec-03 12:17:30.505895 [P2P0][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 272139/1193195
2016-Dec-03 12:18:53.782404 [P2P1][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 272339/1193195
2016-Dec-03 12:19:50.500315 [P2P7][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 272539/1193197
2016-Dec-03 12:20:45.460233 [P2P7][162.250.172.184:18080 OUT]Synced 272739/1193198
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December 03, 2016, 07:18:38 PM
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around 70000 blocks a day is quite slow, right?
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