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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432611 times)
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September 17, 2015, 09:59:16 PM
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How can I stop staking?

It consumes too much cpu.
Some option like "staking=0" in solarcoin.conf is needed.



Hi miningpoolhub,

You can add "staking=0" to the conf, or in the Qt wallet, go to Settings->Disable Staking.

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I already added that option and had to check what was going on with CPU consumption.

Solarcoin was doing reindex. accepting whole blocks. Wow. I didn't know this update needed reindexing.


Anyway it's solved. Thanks.


Right, the blockchain structure is quite different between 1.5 and 2.0,  If you need to free up space after the sync is complete, you can remove the PoW related data: blocks (folder) and chainstate (folder).

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September 18, 2015, 08:26:26 AM
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PoW mining not working.

ThreadRPCServer method=submitblock
ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : CheckBlock FAILED


Have you tested mining?

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September 18, 2015, 01:26:05 PM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink
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September 18, 2015, 01:53:47 PM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin
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September 18, 2015, 02:36:51 PM
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PoW mining not working.

ThreadRPCServer method=submitblock
ERROR: CheckBlock() : hashMerkleRoot mismatch
ERROR: ProcessBlock() : CheckBlock FAILED


Have you tested mining?

Hi miningpoolhub,

Yes, all of the testnets were mined using RPC mining via a cpu miner.  Are you still seeing the error?  The only way the hashMerkleRoot would fail is if the transactions were hashed using the new nTime field in the txn record.  There is code in main.h that avoids including nTime in the hash when creating the merkle tree.  So, I am not sure why you would see this error.  I might need more details.  If you use the -debug parameter when starting the daemon, recreate the error, then PM me the debug.log file.  Thanks.

-Steve

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September 18, 2015, 09:13:21 PM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin

PoW mining solo (-server mode) works in Qt 2.0.1, too! Mined SLRs show up as Interest in tray notifications and on the History window. Great!
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September 18, 2015, 10:04:38 PM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin

PoW mining solo (-server mode) works in Qt 2.0.1, too! Mined SLRs show up as Interest in tray notifications and on the History window. Great!

Nice, 4K+ blocks to go...


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September 19, 2015, 12:33:44 AM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin

PoW mining solo (-server mode) works in Qt 2.0.1, too! Mined SLRs show up as Interest in tray notifications and on the History window. Great!

Nice, 4K+ blocks to go...



I do find one issue here: the newly mined coins - those that are listed as Immature - do NOT show up in the Unconfirmed total:
click here to see snapshot

Is this supposed to be this way? "Immature" is still Unconfirmed. Or may be these should be listed in a separate balance entry labeled "Immature". In any case all components of the Balance Total should be visible and add-up to the Total number.
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September 19, 2015, 03:54:59 AM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin

PoW mining solo (-server mode) works in Qt 2.0.1, too! Mined SLRs show up as Interest in tray notifications and on the History window. Great!

Nice, 4K+ blocks to go...



I do find one issue here: the newly mined coins - those that are listed as Immature - do NOT show up in the Unconfirmed total:
click here to see snapshot

Is this supposed to be this way? "Immature" is still Unconfirmed. Or may be these should be listed in a separate balance entry labeled "Immature". In any case all components of the Balance Total should be visible and add-up to the Total number.
Thanks!

Hi y_virtual,

Immature is different from Unconfirmed.  You will rarely see a value in the Unconfirmed row (occasionally).  I can look at adding immature stats in the next release.

-Steve

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September 19, 2015, 06:37:22 AM
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Checking out ASIC solo-mining with Qt 1.5 in server mode... Let's see if it will work this way  Wink

Yeah...actually... it works! WOW  Grin

PoW mining solo (-server mode) works in Qt 2.0.1, too! Mined SLRs show up as Interest in tray notifications and on the History window. Great!

Nice, 4K+ blocks to go...



I do find one issue here: the newly mined coins - those that are listed as Immature - do NOT show up in the Unconfirmed total:
click here to see snapshot

Is this supposed to be this way? "Immature" is still Unconfirmed. Or may be these should be listed in a separate balance entry labeled "Immature". In any case all components of the Balance Total should be visible and add-up to the Total number.
Thanks!

Hi y_virtual,

Immature is different from Unconfirmed.  You will rarely see a value in the Unconfirmed row (occasionally).  I can look at adding immature stats in the next release.

-Steve


Thank you for the clarification, Steve!
The Unconfirmed row works OK when an incoming transaction has not been confirmed yet.
Adding immature stats will complete that window.
Thanks!
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September 19, 2015, 08:40:17 AM
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re-posting from Re: [ANN][POOL] Mining Pool Hub - Multipool. Multialgo, Auto Exchange to any coin.

Solarcoin notice

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This is miningpoolhub.

New Solarcoin wallet is not working on stratum pool mining currently.
We have reverted to previous version. If it's not fixed until hardfork, we have to temporarily close solarcoin pool.

Thanks.

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September 19, 2015, 02:47:10 PM
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Solarcoin notice

Hi
This is miningpoolhub.

New Solarcoin wallet is not working on stratum pool mining currently.
We have reverted to previous version. If it's not fixed until hardfork, we have to temporarily close solarcoin pool.

Thanks.



I've been working with miningpoolhub on the issue, but it's not critical that they update.  They can run 1.5 up to block 830000, then shut off the pool.


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September 19, 2015, 03:08:19 PM
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SolarCoin Community,

We still have a few people running 2.0.0 that need to upgrade to 2.0.1.  If you are running into any issues, please post them here.

There are still a number of wallets running 1.5.  You need to update to 2.0.1 ASAP or be left on the wrong fork.

Please download the official release here: http://solarcoin.org/downloads/

Windows: http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_32bit.exe
Linux:      http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_64bit.run / http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_32bit.run
Mac:        http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_64bit.pkg  <== Mac OS X Now Available!

Thanks,
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September 19, 2015, 06:36:52 PM
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SolarCoin Community,

We still have a few people running 2.0.0 that need to upgrade to 2.0.1.  If you are running into any issues, please post them here.

There are still a number of wallets running 1.5.  You need to update to 2.0.1 ASAP or be left on the wrong fork.

Please download the official release here: http://solarcoin.org/downloads/

Windows: http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_32bit.exe
Linux:      http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_64bit.run / http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_32bit.run
Mac:        http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_64bit.pkg  <== Mac OS X Now Available!

Thanks,
Steve


As indicated by Steve, MacOS version now up http://solarcoin.org/downloads/SolarCoin_2.0.1_64bit.pkg

Nick

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September 20, 2015, 06:34:32 AM
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All,

I have uploaded the 2.0 Release Candidate (beta14) to the dropbox:
 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4t7a214qjuov6r/SolarCoin-2.0RC-setup.exe?dl=0


INSTALL NOTES:

Remove the contents of the data directory C:\Users\{your name}\AppData\Roaming\SolarCoin  (including wallet.dat IF you have a backup!)
Copy your 1.5 version of wallet.dat to the data directory.
Install the 2.0 RC.

You may either wait for the blockchain to sync, or you may download the bootstrap via File -> Reload Blockchain.

If you have issues getting the download to work (the web server is a little flakey), you can download the bootstrap manually from http://solarcoin.org/downloads/ and save it to the data directory.  Then try to reload the blockchain again, skipping the "Download" step.

EDIT:  PoST is scheduled for block 830000.  This is roughly 7.5 days from now.

-Steve


Thank you Steve!

Speaking about the bootstrap.zip manual download - I did notice the application comes up with a message that the download ends prematurely; that made me check the link at http://solarcoin.org/downloads/.
Apparently there is an improper server redirect there, which brings back this to the web browser address bar: http://www.%{http_host}.com/
Can you please check it out, that might be causing the problem the application has when trying to get the bootstrap.zip.



Thanks y_virtual! I'm not a web dev, so I appreciate that.  Perhaps Nick could hack that out(?)

I've found that just restarting the client over and over after it becomes unresponsive from trying to get the bootstrap, that it eventually gets it all and the wallet will sync.

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September 20, 2015, 05:36:15 PM
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All set and ready to stake! Thank you. Smiley

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September 20, 2015, 07:02:59 PM
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Just so I'm clear... I've been away for a little while. Cheesy

The best way to secure the move into this new fork is for all of us, particularly large holders like myself, to have the new wallet open and staking going into Block 830,000, right? ~25 hours from now?

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September 21, 2015, 12:50:48 AM
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I have the same question as Epiphany!
Does staking start automatically when the wallet is open? do I need to leave my wallet open at all times?
If I understand correctly staking will start in a few hours at block 830000?
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September 21, 2015, 02:54:03 AM
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Wallet needs to be open and running 24/7 to earn coins.

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September 21, 2015, 03:56:30 AM
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Just so I'm clear... I've been away for a little while. Cheesy

The best way to secure the move into this new fork is for all of us, particularly large holders like myself, to have the new wallet open and staking going into Block 830,000, right? ~25 hours from now?

Yes, the wallet stakes by default so you have to manually turn off staking to not stake.

The interest rate will be high initially until an equilibrium is reached.  In testnet, this took several days.  So you should see some good earnings right after 830k.


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