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Author Topic: [ANN] Snowballs | ONE MORE HARD FORK to BALLS 2.0.2 | BALLS/MMXIV Market OPEN  (Read 257099 times)
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April 13, 2015, 12:57:25 AM
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1. Close Wallet
2. go %appdata%/Roaming/snowballs Delete db.log and debug log.
3. Snowballs shortcut properties type .........\BALLS-Qt.exe -rescan
4. Start Wallet
5. Help -> Debug Window -> Console type repairwallet
5 Thats it.

Thanks, Kaenguru

I did the steps exactly as described above and got rid of invalid checkpoint!

Peace!
Dennis

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= for exactly this steps I got rid of DB error ! thanks

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April 13, 2015, 01:02:44 AM
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guys could you explain how fast Balls are mined? do i correctly understand that last 20 days Balls coin supply increased over 3000%? but how today only around 3 billion Balls mined - why it is so slow today?
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April 13, 2015, 01:53:50 AM
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guys could you explain how fast Balls are mined? do i correctly understand that last 20 days Balls coin supply increased over 3000%? but how today only around 3 billion Balls mined - why it is so slow today?

This is exactly why and how. At block 360K everything change with regards to stake reward. It's now like a lottery.

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Significant changes in the BALLS 2.0.2 Hard Fork:

Staking Changes

    Stake Rate changed dramatically
    Stake Rate will change each block
        Now based on block timestamp
    Stake Rate = Last Two Digits of Timestamp
    If the last two digits are 00, stake rate is increased to 100,000%
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April 13, 2015, 04:14:47 AM
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link to blockchain download  Huh

Once you open the wallet it will download the blockchain automatically

Cool  Roll Eyes ... I download de blockchain now 12h ... link is faster  Wink thx

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April 13, 2015, 04:59:24 AM
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1. Close Wallet
2. go %appdata%/Roaming/snowballs Delete db.log and debug log.
3. Snowballs shortcut properties type .........\BALLS-Qt.exe -rescan
4. Start Wallet
5. Help -> Debug Window -> Console type repairwallet
5 Thats it.

Thanks, Kaenguru

I did the steps exactly as described above and got rid of invalid checkpoint!

Peace!
Dennis

Then u did something wrong maybe.
I have no errors anymore and got stake of 80k today
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April 13, 2015, 05:12:00 AM
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guys could you explain how fast Balls are mined? do i correctly understand that last 20 days Balls coin supply increased over 3000%? but how today only around 3 billion Balls mined - why it is so slow today?

balls are not mined, you stake them. But few days ago there was fork, and stake rate was changed. That's why
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April 13, 2015, 05:33:48 AM
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Thank you guys for helping each other while I am away. It feels amazing to know there are other people here paying enough attention to now be able to help others while I am away

Good news, though. I've made a lot of good contacts on this trip. Real contacts, not just some dudes with blogs

To reward you guys for being awesome...here's a picture of the VAB. It's currently super off-limits to the public, for a few years now, but I spent a few hours in there today and will be able to post some pictures soon of the inside for you guys. For now, here's a sneak peek while I try getting all the pictures together and filter out the blurry ones, etc., including many pictures from the 16th floor catwalk (talk about vertigo)

Keep in mind...The building's U.S. flag is 209 feet long by 110 feet wide. Each star is more than six feet in diameter and each stripe is nine feet wide. I tried to get some palm trees and cars in the picture for scale, but they look like tiny little specs. I have a TONNNN of pictures of the inside I will be sharing tomorrow night on Twitter, as well as photos and videos of the launch. We will be in the VIP section, which is roughly 2.5 miles away from the actual launchpad, so this will be as close as anyone (including mainstream media) is able to get before they destroy my cameras with their zooming abilities

I also have about 8 hours worth of video from today's facility tours and press conferences that I will also be sharing for anyone interested in what the actual mission entails. All the press conferences were streamed live today on NASA.gov (much better quality than mine, better angles, etc) but I'm not sure if they have them archived yet



For full size (it's a large picture), check it out here: http://i.imgur.com/jMYDq3O.jpg

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April 13, 2015, 05:38:54 AM
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The building looks very impressive!
Fine to have you back.
My BALLS staking very will, not moving now for a week.
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April 13, 2015, 05:41:59 AM
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The building looks very impressive!
Fine to have you back.
My BALLS staking very will, not moving now for a week.

I won't be back until very late Thursday, just checking in while I go through some pictures. It's about 2 AM here now, and I have to be back at NASA by 8 AM to do more media events and view the rocket on the launchpad prior to launch (I will try to live tweet them if the internet is decent out there) at 4:33:15 PM ET

If tomorrow's launch is delayed, it will be postponed until Tuesday afternoon

That huge structure is the VAB (Vehicle Assembly Building) where the rockets are pieced together and prepared to be moved to pads for launch. They have flags on the walls that show the size difference in the different types of rockets. I'll post some awesome pictures of the (very restricted) inside tomorrow

None of my pictures do it justice to how big it really is. It takes over 3 minutes to walk from one end to the other in a straight line, and that's the smallest part. The volumetrics of this building are fucking unbelievable

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April 13, 2015, 05:47:15 AM
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thanks for sticking with this coin spots.


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April 13, 2015, 05:53:14 AM
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thanks for sticking with this coin spots.

Not a problem at all. More importantly than my involvement is all of yours, so thank all of you  Wink

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April 13, 2015, 11:36:57 AM
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Thank you guys for helping each other while I am away. It feels amazing to know there are other people here paying enough attention to now be able to help others while I am away

Good news, though. I've made a lot of good contacts on this trip. Real contacts, not just some dudes with blogs

To reward you guys for being awesome...here's a picture of the VAB. It's currently super off-limits to the public, for a few years now, but I spent a few hours in there today and will be able to post some pictures soon of the inside for you guys. For now, here's a sneak peek while I try getting all the pictures together and filter out the blurry ones, etc., including many pictures from the 16th floor catwalk (talk about vertigo)

Keep in mind...The building's U.S. flag is 209 feet long by 110 feet wide. Each star is more than six feet in diameter and each stripe is nine feet wide. I tried to get some palm trees and cars in the picture for scale, but they look like tiny little specs. I have a TONNNN of pictures of the inside I will be sharing tomorrow night on Twitter, as well as photos and videos of the launch. We will be in the VIP section, which is roughly 2.5 miles away from the actual launchpad, so this will be as close as anyone (including mainstream media) is able to get before they destroy my cameras with their zooming abilities

I also have about 8 hours worth of video from today's facility tours and press conferences that I will also be sharing for anyone interested in what the actual mission entails. All the press conferences were streamed live today on NASA.gov (much better quality than mine, better angles, etc) but I'm not sure if they have them archived yet


Thanks for sharing and caring.
I am expecting to see your photos/videos etc.

I hope your new contacts will get BALLS to the moon and further Tongue


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April 13, 2015, 12:37:30 PM
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I'd like to sell a part of my BALLS stock.

If someone is interested, pm me.

Kind regards,
Nick

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April 13, 2015, 02:59:33 PM
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Have a little Internet today. Check @PurePoS on Twitter for real time updates

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April 13, 2015, 04:30:09 PM
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1. Close Wallet
2. go %appdata%/Roaming/snowballs Delete db.log and debug log.
3. Snowballs shortcut properties type .........\BALLS-Qt.exe -rescan
4. Start Wallet
5. Help -> Debug Window -> Console type repairwallet
5 Thats it.

Thanks, Kaenguru

I did the steps exactly as described above and got rid of invalid checkpoint!

Peace!
Dennis

Then u did something wrong maybe.
I have no errors anymore and got stake of 80k today
He probably didn't do anything wrong. Deleting log files which have no function serves no purpose. There is an underlying problem. Restarting, rescanning and repairing seems to fix temporarily but the error always comes back. Sometimes after a few minutes sometimes after hours, sometimes after a re-start of the client. It's not the size of the log file that is a problem. If you start the client with full logging enabled the log file ends up ten times the size. It doesn't seem to stop the wallet working though. I've been getting stakes too, whilst the error is displayed but often when re-starting the wallet I end up with double my real balance until a further restart/rescan.........not too worried. It'll get resolved.

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April 13, 2015, 04:38:20 PM
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Im getting those errors now also.
I had around 1.75bil BALLS that i staked and now i got the error. (wallet was staking normally after the 360k block was released without any issues)
It went up to like 1.83 or something and the error kicked in.
Then i did what was suggested befre the rescan/repairwallet and it showed me 2.38bil coins (it was the amount i was shown when the whole 360k fiasco started and many of us got broken wallets)
It stayed as 2.38 bil and staked nicely. I then closed the wallet and now i am back at 1.75bil showing that i havent pretty much staked anything (yet it is shown in transactions)

Something is clearly wrong here.
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April 13, 2015, 05:12:59 PM
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He probably didn't do anything wrong. Deleting log files which have no function serves no purpose. There is an underlying problem. Restarting, rescanning and repairing seems to fix temporarily but the error always comes back. Sometimes after a few minutes sometimes after hours, sometimes after a re-start of the client. It's not the size of the log file that is a problem. If you start the client with full logging enabled the log file ends up ten times the size. It doesn't seem to stop the wallet working though. I've been getting stakes too, whilst the error is displayed but often when re-starting the wallet I end up with double my real balance until a further restart/rescan.........not too worried. It'll get resolved.

What I see at the debug.log file is:

Code:
Added time data, samples 14, offset -3 (+0 minutes)
version message: version 60008, blocks=361988
REORGANIZE
REORGANIZE: Disconnect 10294 blocks; c5d58fb33aaef0f16a6c..6ee7b223b9ce545c0d39
REORGANIZE: Connect 56 blocks; c5d58fb33aaef0f16a6c..4c2a420566853c9a6282


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EXCEPTION: 11DbException
Db::put: Cannot allocate memory
Snowballs in ProcessMessages()

ProcessMessage(checkpoint, 110 bytes) FAILED

I suspect that a node running an old version 2.0.1 tries to connect and causes a reorganization, but fails. Just after the fork the 2.0.1 nodes were successful because the blocks to reorganize were only a few, but now 10,000 blocks are too many blocks.

I've been able to stake today after getting that message, so I guess it is not a big issue ...

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April 13, 2015, 06:48:34 PM
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Code:

EXCEPTION: 11DbException
Db::put: Cannot allocate memory
Snowballs in ProcessMessages()

ProcessMessage(checkpoint, 110 bytes) FAILED

I suspect that a node running an old version 2.0.1 tries to connect and causes a reorganization, but fails. Just after the fork the 2.0.1 nodes were successful because the blocks to reorganize were only a few, but now 10,000 blocks are too many blocks.

I've been able to stake today after getting that message, so I guess it is not a big issue ...

I think this is the reason for that 11DbException. Every time i got this error, i also saw 2.0.1 version on "getpeerinfo". When i blocked that connections IP with peerblock, that error stayed away untill another 2.0.1 connected. Now i block every 2.0.1 connections IP to keep that error away.

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April 13, 2015, 11:11:21 PM
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Im getting those errors now also.
I had around 1.75bil BALLS that i staked and now i got the error. (wallet was staking normally after the 360k block was released without any issues)
It went up to like 1.83 or something and the error kicked in.
Then i did what was suggested befre the rescan/repairwallet and it showed me 2.38bil coins (it was the amount i was shown when the whole 360k fiasco started and many of us got broken wallets)
It stayed as 2.38 bil and staked nicely. I then closed the wallet and now i am back at 1.75bil showing that i havent pretty much staked anything (yet it is shown in transactions)

Something is clearly wrong here.

Dev said do not believe the arrow. I say do not believe the wallet.
Check your balance in the block explorer

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April 13, 2015, 11:39:24 PM
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Do I seriously need to add peer banning rules or are you guys going to pay attention to what version you have...?

If I need to hold your hand this much, maybe coins aren't for you

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