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Author Topic: [ANN][SLR] SolarCoin | PoW to PoS v. 2.0 | Solar Proof of Generation (§1 = 1MWh)  (Read 432334 times)
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October 06, 2015, 04:06:06 PM
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Concerning bandwidth, there are a number of factors at play here.  Some nodes are still syncing, requesting blocks from you.  This will subside when everyone is synced up.  There are still a few nodes on the wrong chain which are submitting orphan blocks to the network.  This is causing unnecessary cpu overhead and traffic.  And these nodes are also requesting the entire blockchain when the block they submit is not on the main chain:


ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=42fbbc6f0a8b8cf25454 pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 7bb3b71ab1ef2b17845d
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=38b3ea2dc8b761e9c2d4 pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 272a9745c8ce8b9a0bfd
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=9077e3862c5170a39d1a pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block db1e52b5ee6c72a7ef3e
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=e55f554b691081316b0b pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 9077e3862c5170a39d1a
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=2177c9851115ccea391a pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 18adbfc5eadbccc9ec60
SetBestChain: new best=18adbfc5eadbccc9ec60...  height=841176  trust=24240610802676945  blocktrust=148305362  date=10/06/15 15:46:23
ProcessBlock: ACCEPTED
Flushing wallet.dat
getblocks -1 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
Flushed wallet.dat 22ms
getblocks -1 to 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 limit 500
received block 2177c9851115ccea391a
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=400aba2cdcad8224ca38 pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 400aba2cdcad8224ca38
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=2594848acbbc55c219f8 pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 7df8fc8fd43dc9684be4
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=7bb3b71ab1ef2b17845d pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 2594848acbbc55c219f8
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=73314d8a1aa84104e2e5 pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188
received block 73314d8a1aa84104e2e5
ProcessBlock: ORPHAN BLOCK, prev=e920c2e805d2efc85ecf pfrom=173.57.196.254:18188



My node is fairly quiet, not much traffic except the orphan blocks coming in.  My CPU usage is less than 1% for solarcoin-qt.

-Steve

So what do you expect the network bandwidth to settle to approximately?
Currently I'm at approximately 15gb a day!

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October 06, 2015, 07:14:43 PM
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1st POST block  Cheesy
Block #835214
2015-09-25 16:40:34
dd4aa2538f3b5f367f657c6a4ce71109592f79be547cf710b5f71e5f03185e64

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October 07, 2015, 01:31:51 AM
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Here's a list of nodes that are on the wrong fork:  (based on my debug.log file)

150.101.243.74
174.57.197.124
222.237.39.100
173.57.196.254

These are also causing the "out of sync" issue for some.

-Steve


One might be my mothers i will have to check it out today. Thanks!



Fixed.

So it turns out that one of these was one of mine... fixed; hopefully that will reduce the traffic somewhat for the network (and our data caps!!).

Steve, can you tell us if the other 2 nodes are still running? Good to be hunting them down. I only realised I was on the wrong fork when I sent coins from one wallet to the other and they hadn't arrived after almost a day...
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October 07, 2015, 06:45:35 AM
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Great news all!
We are on coinpayments.net which open the door to a whole host of retailers.

https://www.coinpayments.net/supported-coins


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October 07, 2015, 07:04:44 AM
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If I was to limit the bandwidth of the SolarCoin wallet would that affect the performance in any way?

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October 07, 2015, 07:07:32 AM
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Great news all!
We are on coinpayments.net which open the door to a whole host of retailers.

https://www.coinpayments.net/supported-coins



http://poll.pollcode.com/19186112_result?v

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October 07, 2015, 09:27:23 AM
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Just wanted to say, the Solarcoin chain seems to be humming along quite nicely. My hat's off to you Steve. Well done Sir. Smiley

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October 07, 2015, 01:52:42 PM
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Here's a list of nodes that are on the wrong fork:  (based on my debug.log file)

150.101.243.74
174.57.197.124
222.237.39.100
173.57.196.254

These are also causing the "out of sync" issue for some.

-Steve


One might be my mothers i will have to check it out today. Thanks!



Fixed.

So it turns out that one of these was one of mine... fixed; hopefully that will reduce the traffic somewhat for the network (and our data caps!!).

Steve, can you tell us if the other 2 nodes are still running? Good to be hunting them down. I only realised I was on the wrong fork when I sent coins from one wallet to the other and they hadn't arrived after almost a day...

Thanks, vipgelsl.  On the BlockChain tab you can click the Network tab, then next to the client version click the node list button.  We still have 3 nodes on 2.0.5, but that is over a 24 hour period (I believe).

-Steve

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Just wanted to say, the Solarcoin chain seems to be humming along quite nicely. My hat's off to you Steve. Well done Sir. Smiley

Thanks, we are pretty solid at ~1 minute blocks now.  Inflation is looking good too, 1.98050928%.

Is the network bandwidth still an issue for anyone?  I am 99% sure it's related to the "spam" blocks from 2.0.5 nodes.  I was about to put a trace on the getblock requests when mine suddenly quit receiving them.

-Steve

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Just wanted to say, the Solarcoin chain seems to be humming along quite nicely. My hat's off to you Steve. Well done Sir. Smiley

Thanks, we are pretty solid at ~1 minute blocks now.  Inflation is looking good too, 1.98050928%.

Is the network bandwidth still an issue for anyone?  I am 99% sure it's related to the "spam" blocks from 2.0.5 nodes.  I was about to put a trace on the getblock requests when mine suddenly quit receiving them.

-Steve


I am at 3.2% cpu  Smiley

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Yes I have two wallets running and they are eating up about 20gb a day which is eating my bandwidth up so I have had to turn them off for now as with 1.2 million coins spread across the two wallets and I'm only getting about 20 coins a day.
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Yes I have two wallets running and they are eating up about 20gb a day which is eating my bandwidth up so I have had to turn them off for now as with 1.2 million coins spread across the two wallets and I'm only getting about 20 coins a day.

We have a 2.0.7 node that is "spamming" now, and is on the wrong chain.  Whoever is 73.10.58.144, you need to reload the blockchain.

Thanks,
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We have a 2.0.7 node that is "spamming" now, and is on the wrong chain.  Whoever is 73.10.58.144, you need to reload the blockchain.

How does that eat up the bandwidth Steve if someone is spamming, when you say spamming what are they actually doing to our network as I can't imagine they are sending emails  Huh
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What should roughly be the normal for daily bandwidth usage
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October 07, 2015, 03:43:04 PM
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The average blocksize is roughly 500 bytes, so at one per minute, you get ~720k per day.  Then there's the normal network hand shaking and transaction relaying on top of that.

The nodes that are "spamming" with orphan blocks are also causing a high volume of getblock requests which appear to be creating the abnormal network traffic.  I'm currently debugging it, and may need to issue another release if the nodes do not get on the right chain soon.

EDIT: I just tested a solution that will ban a node for 24 hours if the are "spamming" with orphan block.  I'll release a 2.0.8 version soon.

-Steve

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October 07, 2015, 04:06:12 PM
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The average blocksize is roughly 500 bytes, so at one per minute, you get ~720k per day.  Then there's the normal network hand shaking and transaction relaying on top of that.

The nodes that are "spamming" with orphan blocks are also causing a high volume of getblock requests which appear to be creating the abnormal network traffic.  I'm currently debugging it, and may need to issue another release if the nodes do not get on the right chain soon.

-Steve


Might be coming from my mom's/dad's wallets since it says NJ

I will have them reload blockchain



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It was my dad's wallet. i know he has his computer set to sleep after 10 minutes and doesn't run his wallet 24/7 could this be the cause?  He doesnt want to run his computer all day since his electric $ is more then he makes in coins a day.

But if it helps i will try and convince him to run 24/7

what should i do onsight?

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October 07, 2015, 04:28:29 PM
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The average blocksize is roughly 500 bytes, so at one per minute, you get ~720k per day.  Then there's the normal network hand shaking and transaction relaying on top of that.

The nodes that are "spamming" with orphan blocks are also causing a high volume of getblock requests which appear to be creating the abnormal network traffic.  I'm currently debugging it, and may need to issue another release if the nodes do not get on the right chain soon.

-Steve


Might be coming from my mom's/dad's wallets since it says NJ

I will have them reload blockchain



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It was my dad's wallet. i know he has his computer set to sleep after 10 minutes and doesn't run his wallet 24/7 could this be the cause?  He doesnt want to run his computer all day since his electric $ is more then he makes in coins a day.

It's fine* to only stake periodically.  If he has reloaded the blockchain recently he should be fine now.

EDIT: *fine for him, but not for the network.  Wink

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Thanks! Should be good. He is re loading as we speak.

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October 07, 2015, 06:06:37 PM
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All,

I just released 2.0.8 to help with the bandwidth issue.  You can get it using Help->Check for Update.


PS: I'm glad I can help some of you visit your parents more often. Wink

-Steve

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I just released 2.0.8 to help with the bandwidth issue.  You can get it using Help->Check for Update.

-Steve

Great stuff

Thanks Steve  Grin
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