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  • Rob Andrews
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I still don't see my CPID. My prod client says we are in 33235. Am I in the right chain? Do I have to upgrade/clean files? Thank you
Yes, im on 33235 also.
Whats your exec getboincinfo output?


  • MIP
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Yes, im on 33235 also.
Whats your exec getboincinfo output?

The same I posted some hours before



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exec getboincinfo

{
  "Command": "getboincinfo",
  "CPID": "",
  "Address": "",
  "CPIDS": "",
  "CPID-Age (hours)": 422317,
  "NextSuperblockHeight": 33620,
  "NextSuperblockBudget": 760165,
  "Total Payments (One Day)": 0,
  "Total Payments (One Week)": 0,
  "Total Budget (One Day)": 0,
  "Total Budget (One Week)": 0,
  "Superblock Count (One Week)": 0,
  "Superblock Hit Count (One Week)": 0,
  "Superblock List": "",
  "Last Superblock Height": 0,
  "Last Superblock Budget": 0,
  "Last Superblock Payment": -2,
  "Magnitude (One-Day)": 0,
  "Magnitude (One-Week)": 0
}

The funny thing is that the CPID-Age (hours) is correct, but CPID itself is blank. Also I saw the 1BBP charge but as we have been in current block since then, transaction (e6e5d60e2c4d85d1e6f7ccec7dbae61ccacda8f9947b2d6a8277de2260c07206-000) is not confirmed yet.


  • T-Mike
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podcupdate gave true last night but my CPI is still not associated. I moved the cpid from my controller wallet to the sanctuary. Updating to the latest version now.

By the way, make -j4 doesn't seem to be doing anything, it seems to still use only 1 core.


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podcupdate gave true last night but my CPI is still not associated. I moved the cpid from my controller wallet to the sanctuary. Updating to the latest version now.

By the way, make -j4 doesn't seem to be doing anything, it seems to still use only 1 core.

I tried to compile once in a 16 vCPU with -j4 and -j8 and gcc crashed badly. -j2 worked fine though.


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Hi,

I am on 1.1.0.1 (Win) and production.
I think the problem that users above have is in not confirmed transactions - there have to be 6 blocks confirmed for CPID to show, but I think none is confirmed.
I think this beacause my pool withdraw (8 hours ago) is still unconfirmed.

Otherwise my CPID is fine, also getboincinfo - I have associated it yesterday evening.
I am on block 33235.

EDIT: Now that I upgraded to 1.1.0.2 The confiramtions started (with block 33236). I have 1 of 6 confirmations on pool withdraw now.

Best regards,
Simon
« Last Edit: March 06, 2018, 09:01:35 am by SimonSays »


  • Rob Andrews
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The same I posted some hours before



The funny thing is that the CPID-Age (hours) is correct, but CPID itself is blank. Also I saw the 1BBP charge but as we have been in current block since then, transaction (e6e5d60e2c4d85d1e6f7ccec7dbae61ccacda8f9947b2d6a8277de2260c07206-000) is not confirmed yet.

In your case it looks like the problem is the CPID is still not associated.   The e6e tx is not being accepted by the current state of the network.

Try re-associating your cpid again, until the tx is confirmed.

Once we are live in prod with a supermajority, I anticipate this problem diminishing.




  • Rob Andrews
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1.1.0.2b for windows has been released.

Alright, I suppose this marks the milestone where I believe the bugs we found in testnet have been resolved.

Im going to go ahead and attempt an upgrade of a few of my prod sancs now (with 1102b) and also try the association in prod with my CPID, to see if we squashed all known bugs.



  • T-Mike
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Rob, why does running the commands below cause my daemon to stop after a few seconds. It refuses to run continuously.

rm blocks -R ; rm chainstate -R ; rm banlist.dat fee_estimates.dat governance.dat mncache.dat mnpayments.dat netfulfilled.dat peers.dat db.log debug.log

This happened to me yesterday and I had to start from scratch and it's doing it again today.
« Last Edit: March 06, 2018, 09:15:59 am by T-Mike »


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Rob, why does running the commands below cause my daemon to stop after a few seconds. It refuses to run continuously.

rm blocks -R ; rm chainstate -R ; rm banlist.dat fee_estimates.dat governance.dat mncache.dat mnpayments.dat netfulfilled.dat peers.dat db.log debug.log

This happened to me yesterday and I had to start from scratch and it's doing it again today.

Running those would cause multiple problems - the database state would be corrupted in memory.
You would need to run those after you stop the node.



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Running those would cause multiple problems - the database state would be corrupted in memory.
You would need to run those after you stop the node.

Right, I did run them after I stopped the daemon. Maybe it didn't stop? I will check next time before I remove.


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Alright guys, I think we are starting to be pressured into a mandatory upgrade.

Lict has raised a very valid point in prod - since I upgraded node.biblepay.org and the pool server, now the pool is enforcing the 1102 chain, which is causing questions.

So I suppose we need to hurry up and test 1102 and make a decision for release candidate.

I just checked my ca89 cpid association in prod and it was successful and I have utxo weight.

Luke, do you have utxo weight now?

Are we experiencing any other problems?

Im going to upgrade a few sancs now.



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Alright guys, I think we are starting to be pressured into a mandatory upgrade.

Lict has raised a very valid point in prod - since I upgraded node.biblepay.org and the pool server, now the pool is enforcing the 1102 chain, which is causing questions.

So I suppose we need to hurry up and test 1102 and make a decision for release candidate.

I just checked my ca89 cpid association in prod and it was successful and I have utxo weight.

Luke, do you have utxo weight now?

Are we experiencing any other problems?

Im going to upgrade a few sancs now.

I have 1.1.0.2 and the transactions I made a few hours ago show as "unconfirmed" (one of them is the 1BBP).

At this point I don't know which chain I am on. Is blockexplorer in the new one or the old one?

I already upgraded the MN without apparent issues though.


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I have 1.1.0.2 and the transactions I made a few hours ago show as "unconfirmed" (one of them is the 1BBP).

At this point I don't know which chain I am on. Is blockexplorer in the new one or the old one?

I already upgraded the MN without apparent issues though.

I think Togo is the only block explorer left as I think Alex went on vacation, uh I dont know if Togo upgraded his bx.

In my 1102 node, Lict pointed out our chain just switched over in 1102 to the higher diff chain, and I just confirmed this - so here is what Im getting now:


10:24:18

getblockhash 33268


10:24:18

550699009b14fe33f79be164dbba0ac063e4423d7a0fa75f119738704c7388d1




  • Rob Andrews
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I have 1.1.0.2 and the transactions I made a few hours ago show as "unconfirmed" (one of them is the 1BBP).

At this point I don't know which chain I am on. Is blockexplorer in the new one or the old one?

I already upgraded the MN without apparent issues though.

On the unconfirmed, if you could double click it - if its an associate, please reassociate, if its a PODC update, just do a new one.

Those will probably stay unconfirmed forever - then later do a restart with -zapwallettxes



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On the unconfirmed, if you could double click it - if its an associate, please reassociate, if its a PODC update, just do a new one.

Those will probably stay unconfirmed forever - then later do a restart with -zapwallettxes

Hi,

My unconfirmd transaction is withdraw from the pool:

Code: [Select]
Status: 0/unconfirmed
Date: 6.3.2018 06:17
From: unknown
To: B7AZbMPwtCNejwiLktZteGKuSgdmUkzq4m (own address)
Credit: 430.00000000 Biblepay
Net amount: +430.00000000 Biblepay


:
Transaction ID: 143ff5a08d229cffd2d881e9e9aee4bae20122a84fd8b1d0804306010028f0cf-000



Debug information

Credit: 430.00000000 Biblepay

Transaction:
CTransaction(hash=143ff5a08d, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=2, nLockTime=33204)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(a0dadb18179ae1dd38345883c2712797929edb518493d021d1359c0a2db8c37f, 0), scriptSig=473044022019a008719811f0, nSequence=4294967294)
    CTxOut(nValue=430.00000000, scriptPubKey=76a9141dc8a8dbf8caca55dd871013)
    CTxOut(nValue=5543.49989254, scriptPubKey=76a9141b7d8578af86bb535bb70f36)

Inputs:
BNvQ5Txs1riZvuKA5W7prbtwx7PuSXXBwL Amount=5973.49993834 Biblepay IsMine=false IsWatchOnly=false


Best regards,
Simon