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Omega6

Got an error message from pool cronjob.

 

XML-RPC: xmlrpcmsg::parseResponseHeaders: HTTP error, got response: HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server ErrorPHP Fatal error:  Uncaught BitcoinClientException: [0]: Didn't receive 200 OK from remote server. (HTTP/1.1 500 Internal Server Error)

 

Can you send me your pool wallet address or any new address from the client you are using please? I am going to send you some coins and track them, see if everything is how it is supposed to be with the blockchain. I like to double check things.

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cryptominer.net

Can you send me your pool wallet address or any new address from the client you are using please? I am going to send you some coins and track them, see if everything is how it is supposed to be with the blockchain. I like to double check things.

 

Sure, this is a brand new address of my pool: 12R6dZhyDZHP6G9eXfFq2QQNciQd3LT1UU

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Omega6

Sure, this is a brand new address of my pool: 12R6dZhyDZHP6G9eXfFq2QQNciQd3LT1UU

 

OK, I have sent a unique amount to your address and with a miner fee of 0.1 to get it top priority. We really need a block explorer so badly, I might see if I can sort one out.

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cryptominer.net

Received it, I will check later if it confirming. I cant help about the block explorer, im kinda sort of resources at the moment.

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Deleted last 10 blocks from db, now cronjob runs fine. Routing some hashrate to the pool.

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ubaldo

HI everyone,

 

The source code shows the changes, I am just going around places explaining what is happening. Not being able to have a thread on the other Bitcoin forum is a little bit of a pain and does slow things down.

 

All that has changed is that the difficulty retargets every 2 block using the average global hashing of the previous 4 blocks.

 

Now the pool went down for some random reason for a few hours, with makes me think someone might have tried an attack of some kind.

 

I will fix this and get everyone on the same chain, if you are not, I will post a link below with the blockchain from the Bitcoin Scrypts server.

 

Just download this and put all the files in your appdata folder, KEEP your wallet.dat file and bitcoin.conf file.Server's Current Blockchain : https://www.dropbox.com/s/6qhi2j9zi0z4g3p/Put%20all%20files%20in%20Bitcoin%20Appdata%20Folder_Bitcoin_Scrypt_Blockchain.zipNo matter what has happened to the chain, if we all run of the servers blockchain, which is the correct chain, then whatever happened will be reset.

Came back from dinner and found 50.00 credit with digiture mined.

Noticed the client was not updating so i closed it and done step described above.

 

Now i see 1 transaction, 0 credits and when i go in transactions tab it's completely empty :

 

Suggestions?

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Jimmy

Deleted last 10 blocks from db, now cronjob runs fine. Routing some hashrate to the pool.

 

Wow, that Hashrate jumped up... took the difficulty with it.

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Came back from dinner and found 50.00 credit with digiture mined.

Noticed the client was not updating so i closed it and done step described above.

 

Now i see 1 transaction, 0 credits and when i go in transactions tab it's completely empty :

 

Suggestions?

 

Did you ever mine with version 1.0 of the client?

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ubaldo

no i just downloaded the client tonight as the pool was offline (about 5 hours ago) and started mining but noticed that it was stuck at 77 block downloaded.

 

Checked here and saw the post so made a backup of the folder and updated the files.

 

What is strange is the transaction is listed on the summary of the client but there is no trace of it elsewhere.

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no i just downloaded the client tonight as the pool was offline (about 5 hours ago) and started mining but noticed that it was stuck at 77 block downloaded.

 

Checked here and saw the post so made a backup of the folder and updated the files.

 

What is strange is the transaction is listed on the summary of the client but there is no trace of it elsewhere.

 

Did you put the seed node in the conf file located in the roaming folder?

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ubaldo

i backed up the folder in roaming. downloaded the zip posted by omega6 and gone into the folder replacing the files (except for wallet.dat and bitcoin.conf)

 

launched again

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Omega6

What pool correct?Here http://btc2.botpool.net - 16095 blocks!Here http://btc2.cryptominer.net - 16326 blocks!The new version of a wallet can't be synchronized, why?Update Additional Nodes on the main page!

 

Looking at the Bitcoin Scrypt seednode, this in the right one  http://btc2.cryptominer.net - 16326 blocks!  maybe the other pool is having orphan problems or something, or mining on a wrong share difficulty maybe.

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ubaldo

this is what my conf looks like:

rpcuser=1rpcpassword=xrpcallowip=127.0.0.1server=1rpcport=30200addnode=212.48.67.123gen=0addnode=212.48.67.126addnode=217.8.255.62

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