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December 11, 2016, 07:13:20 AM
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December 11, 2016, 03:46:17 PM
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My full node has been shut down. Apparently Oceanic, despite a specific "no data cap" policy, has decided to drop back ten and punt, citing "fair use." They blocked 8333 on their end (so my opening it on the modem does no good). I was only using around 200GB/mo (I don't do a lot of bandwidth otherwise), and maybe 80 or 90 connections on Core at a time. A rep said something to the effect of "we don't support mining," and then couldn't find words when I explained how this part of Bitcoin is not mining.

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Thanks...next step.
You're not mining to it so there is no need to have lots of connections either.
maxconnections=12
12 is the minimum you can reliably run it with.
Just got up...no coffee yet...argh.

Anyway...thanks for that. What I had been doing was port forwarded 8333 on the cable modem, and then through my router likewise. Worked fine for quite a while. I've got 16 threads set on the Core options, and inbound connections allowed, no proxy. When the node was running "well," I had anywhere from 70 to 90 connections at a time...by its own devices, so to speak. Otherwise, I don't "get down" to this level at all and am functionally clueless in some regards...but have a passion for learning new stuff. I'll work on it more later today when I get back from town. It's no deal breaker...just a matter of principle, and I feel better about contributing.

Mine on...

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December 11, 2016, 04:44:38 PM
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December 11, 2016, 04:46:55 PM
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Block trail has that block going to BW Pool. Is that an error or have we missed again?

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December 11, 2016, 04:49:15 PM
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Block trail has that block going to BW Pool. Is that an error or have we missed again?

Just got a notification from ckpool app "Block 442979 solved by wetsuit.594-1".

Could well be an error I suppose  Huh Cry

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December 11, 2016, 04:51:06 PM
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Block trail has that block going to BW Pool. Is that an error or have we missed again?

Just got a notification from ckpool app "Block 442979 solved by wetsuit.594-1".

Could well be an error I suppose  Huh Cry

Yes, I saw that. But if you click on the block link, it takes you to Blocktrail. There they are showing BW Pool solved it. I guess we will find out shortly.  Huh

Damn!! Fing orphan! Angry

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December 11, 2016, 04:57:32 PM
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December has not been extremely kind to us.  Sad

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December 11, 2016, 04:58:43 PM
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My full node has been shut down. Apparently Oceanic, despite a specific "no data cap" policy, has decided to drop back ten and punt, citing "fair use." They blocked 8333 on their end (so my opening it on the modem does no good). I was only using around 200GB/mo (I don't do a lot of bandwidth otherwise), and maybe 80 or 90 connections on Core at a time. A rep said something to the effect of "we don't support mining," and then couldn't find words when I explained how this part of Bitcoin is not mining.

Oh, well... Kiss
bitcoin.conf Smiley
port=8888 (etc)
Thanks...next step.
You're not mining to it so there is no need to have lots of connections either.
maxconnections=12
12 is the minimum you can reliably run it with.
Just got up...no coffee yet...argh.

Anyway...thanks for that. What I had been doing was port forwarded 8333 on the cable modem, and then through my router likewise. Worked fine for quite a while. I've got 16 threads set on the Core options, and inbound connections allowed, no proxy. When the node was running "well," I had anywhere from 70 to 90 connections at a time...by its own devices, so to speak. Otherwise, I don't "get down" to this level at all and am functionally clueless in some regards...but have a passion for learning new stuff. I'll work on it more later today when I get back from town. It's no deal breaker...just a matter of principle, and I feel better about contributing.

Mine on...

Not sure if you have the option on your cable modem (it's been ~16 years since I worked with them directly), but on my DSL modem I have the option to have it run in bridged mode. So instead of the cable/DSL modem having the "public" IP address, your router does, and the modem just passes the traffic through. You could then set up your router to port forward as usual, and the cable modem treats it as normal traffic.

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December 11, 2016, 04:59:51 PM
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Block is orphan  Angry Angry

Not good :/
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December 11, 2016, 05:05:36 PM
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Well two payments have appeared in my wallet from the pool even though it's an orphan. Let's hope they confirm soon.

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December 11, 2016, 05:13:44 PM
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Well two payments have appeared in my wallet from the pool even though it's an orphan. Let's hope they confirm soon.

Nothing in my Core wallet.

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December 11, 2016, 05:31:08 PM
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Block trail has that block going to BW Pool. Is that an error or have we missed again?

Just got a notification from ckpool app "Block 442979 solved by wetsuit.594-1".

Could well be an error I suppose  Huh Cry

Yes, I saw that. But if you click on the block link, it takes you to Blocktrail. There they are showing BW Pool solved it. I guess we will find out shortly.  Huh

Damn!! Fing orphan! Angry

Chin up people!  We usually get on a block roll after an orphan like this hits us! Cheesy

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December 11, 2016, 06:00:43 PM
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Yeah the only thing I can find to say why it was an orphan is that it would appear that data going in and out of the GFW was really slowed down.

The CN node for sending out blocks didn't get it until 99 seconds after we found the block.

So basically it would seem that the network was broken for a short while there and no one inside china saw blocks quickly from outside china (and visa versa)

All our other nodes got the share less than 100ms after it arrived at the pool and submitted it to their bitcoinds

The old relays show everything OK, but it looks like Matt turned off the bejing relay about 15 minutes before our block.
The new fibre relay uses bitcoind (no special relay program) so the logs are basically useless to work out for sure what happened.

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December 11, 2016, 06:03:00 PM
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Yeah the only thing I can find to say why it was an orphan is that it would appear that data going in and out of the GFW was really slowed down.

The CN node for sending out blocks didn't get it until 99 seconds after we found the block.

So basically it would seem that the network was broken for a short while there and no one inside china saw blocks quickly from outside china (and visa versa)

All our other nodes got the share less than 100ms after it arrived at the pool and submitted it to their bitcoinds

The old relays show everything OK, but it looks like Matt turned off the bejing relay about 15 minutes before our block.
The new fibre relay uses bitcoind (no special relay program) so the logs are basically useless to work out for sure what happened.

Who is this "Matt" and why would he shut it down?
Is it back up now?
Thanks.

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December 11, 2016, 06:08:48 PM
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Yeah the only thing I can find to say why it was an orphan is that it would appear that data going in and out of the GFW was really slowed down.

The CN node for sending out blocks didn't get it until 99 seconds after we found the block.

So basically it would seem that the network was broken for a short while there and no one inside china saw blocks quickly from outside china (and visa versa)

All our other nodes got the share less than 100ms after it arrived at the pool and submitted it to their bitcoinds

The old relays show everything OK, but it looks like Matt turned off the bejing relay about 15 minutes before our block.
The new fibre relay uses bitcoind (no special relay program) so the logs are basically useless to work out for sure what happened.

Who is this "Matt" and why would he shut it down?
Is it back up now?
Thanks.
He's the bitcoin dev who runs the relay networks.

Anyway ...
our block was about 1.8 seconds before the other block - 16:43:57.141 UTC after processing and being accepted at the pool bitcoind
The CN node saw the other block at 16:43:58.910 - so reasonably long after we got ours.
Seems the fibre relay didn't help at all, but as I said above, I can't tell what the new fibre relay network did Sad

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Who is this "Matt" and why would he shut it down?
Is it back up now?
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He's the bitcoin dev who runs the relay networks.

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December 11, 2016, 06:19:21 PM
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Not sure if you have the option on your cable modem (it's been ~16 years since I worked with them directly), but on my DSL modem I have the option to have it run in bridged mode. So instead of the cable/DSL modem having the "public" IP address, your router does, and the modem just passes the traffic through. You could then set up your router to port forward as usual, and the cable modem treats it as normal traffic.

Yup...it's one of their new Technicolor all-in-ones. Not a bad device, really...just don't want/need it...but yeah, I basically can turn it off to anything but through traffic, and handle the rest on my R6700, which is what I had been doing. That hasn't helped. I'll try the .conf tweaks a bit later. Thanks for the input...made sense.

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December 11, 2016, 06:54:23 PM
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Well two payments have appeared in my wallet from the pool even though it's an orphan. Let's hope they confirm soon.
I suspect those were triggered by 442732.

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December 11, 2016, 07:39:30 PM
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OK, so it seems the answer to why the orphan happened is as follows:

1) 15 minutes before the orphan, the old relay stopped working in china

2) the new fibre relay isn't working

3) there was a 99 second GFW delay sending our block (share) to our china node

Result ... orphan ... even though we found it 1.8 seconds before them.

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December 11, 2016, 07:51:52 PM
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Well two payments have appeared in my wallet from the pool even though it's an orphan. Let's hope they confirm soon.
I suspect those were triggered by 442732.

Yea but unfortunately 3 hours later they haven't confirmed. Can someone with a wallet other than blockchain confirm if they have received them please?


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