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August 29, 2013, 10:44:02 AM
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Nope, means either the network hasn't accepted the transaction for some reason (fees,etc) or you are on a forked chain with the older client.
what version client are you using and does the transaction show a ? or number of confirms?

If network hasnt accepted the transaction for reason of fees, for example, than it is comeback or something? Or coins lost anyway?

Wallet v1.2.0.0-beta-1. Has 0 of 4 confirms, and "question mark" instead of "clock face". This situation has not changed for about 3 days. Wallet is not in fork, coz after that tansaction I made ​​another one and coins came to cryptsy.
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August 29, 2013, 06:23:31 PM
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delete everything in the config dir (but keep the wallet) and resync from scratch, you should get your coins back. Happened to me during the 1.2 bug, my coins are gone, then with 1.2 beta, I cleaned everything, used my backed up wallet, and all coins reappeared.

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August 29, 2013, 08:58:35 PM
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I'm using 1.2-beta3 and running debian testing amd64.  I cannot download the blockchain without starting and stopping the client repeatedly.  It will download successfully up to 15k and then I have to restart it every 1000 blocks.  After I get to block 20000, I have to restart it every 50 blocks.

Is anyone else having this issue or know how to fix it?

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August 29, 2013, 09:40:19 PM
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I'm using 1.2-beta3 and running debian testing amd64.  I cannot download the blockchain without starting and stopping the client repeatedly.  It will download successfully up to 15k and then I have to restart it every 1000 blocks.  After I get to block 20000, I have to restart it every 50 blocks.

Is anyone else having this issue or know how to fix it?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.msg3024225#msg3024225

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August 29, 2013, 10:10:42 PM
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I'm using 1.2-beta3 and running debian testing amd64.  I cannot download the blockchain without starting and stopping the client repeatedly.  It will download successfully up to 15k and then I have to restart it every 1000 blocks.  After I get to block 20000, I have to restart it every 50 blocks.

Is anyone else having this issue or know how to fix it?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.msg3024225#msg3024225

Balthazar,

It's been hung on a block for almost 24 hours.  Is this normal behavior?

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August 29, 2013, 10:15:18 PM
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Pywallet doesn't seem to work with PHS for me but you can try, there is probably an easier way, maybe someone out there knows an easier way?
I deleted the transaction, it is no longer in my wallet, but the coin did not return ... apparently, I lost the coins (((
But, thank you very much for your participation.

delete everything in the config dir (but keep the wallet) and resync from scratch, you should get your coins back. Happened to me during the 1.2 bug, my coins are gone, then with 1.2 beta, I cleaned everything, used my backed up wallet, and all coins reappeared.

You mean ./AppData/Roaming/dir? Did it too, no result (
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August 30, 2013, 05:56:47 AM
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I'm using 1.2-beta3 and running debian testing amd64.  I cannot download the blockchain without starting and stopping the client repeatedly.  It will download successfully up to 15k and then I have to restart it every 1000 blocks.  After I get to block 20000, I have to restart it every 50 blocks.

Is anyone else having this issue or know how to fix it?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.msg3024225#msg3024225

Balthazar,

It's been hung on a block for almost 24 hours.  Is this normal behavior?

I figured out what was wrong.

LevelDB was running out of mutexes.  To fix the issue, you have to create a new file in '.Philosopherstone' called 'DB_CONFIG' and add the line 'mutex_set_max 100000'.  Once I added that file, it synced up within minutes and it's keeping sync fine.  It struck me that I was probably running out of open files or hitting some limit.  I looked in the db.log file and sure enough it said over and over again, "unable to allocate memory for mutex; resize mutex region".

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August 30, 2013, 06:31:33 AM
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PHS is based on old NovaCoin sources, so it has no LevelDB layer. But that's interesting.

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August 30, 2013, 08:59:48 AM
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I need a block samples for the correct answer. But I can guess that it's the result of system-specific issues. I'll release patches for PHS and CAP soon.

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August 30, 2013, 10:42:38 AM
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Ok, guys. I solved the problem with stucked transactions. If you have this problem too, try my method. Need delete ALL transactions from your wallet with PYWALLET (read this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34028.0) utility (thanks to Palmdetroit), its not easy but it works. After installing all components, you can manage your wallet in web-interface with firefox and etc. (not only PHS, IMHO all qt-wallets will do). You need manually delete all transactions including those confirmed. After that empty wallet will synchronizes, gradually all of your good transactions will be added to the wallet, and stucked transactions does not appear in it. In the end, you'll have wallet with only by verified transactions without transaction with a "question mark". Looks like wallet working simply as ledger, and if the network has no trace of a failed transaction, it will not sync in your wallet. Thanks all who trying and really give me help.
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September 02, 2013, 02:41:38 AM
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Any volunteers for mining at the pools? pretty low hashrate atm...

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September 03, 2013, 05:02:24 AM
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Any volunteers for mining at the pools? pretty low hashrate atm...

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Doing my best to support the net of PHS both on the server side as well as the market.. lets keep it above 0.03 / 1000 PHS FOLKS that has got to be a bottom value.... Do YOU NOT LIKE the 50% annualized POS return and stability of the PHS network... IT is working for me  and I have YET to find any other POW/POS script coin with the network strength and legitimacy of PHS.  (and I am always looking..anyone have an interest in infinitecoin??? or CryptoGenicBullion... and still they don't seem to measure up to PHS)  
I am really at a LOSS to find other coins that are worth my hash... if you know what I mean  but if  someone wants to give me an argument for any Other ALT-coin I am willing to listen -digeros.... PS.  I will be paying off that PHS giveaway that PalmDetroit convinced me into and I hope he will close that silly thread....  PALM Huh just close it and I will figure out how to get the people that have signed up so far their promised PHS's -D

NOTE: on 50% annualized return: Venture Capitalists of Silicon Valley EXPECT a 20% annualized (Calculated of, course after taking any entrepreneur's projections of revenue and DIVIDING BY 2 and taking any projections of expenses and MULTIPLYING by 2).... so a 50% annualized return on such a speculative investment as a crypto-currency should be around AT LEAST TWICE that expected return... SEE??? -digeros

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September 04, 2013, 11:42:24 PM
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Any volunteers for mining at the pools? pretty low hashrate atm...

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0 on both now.. This is making small miners cry when trying to mine PHS.. only medium to big miners can solo

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September 05, 2013, 03:51:53 AM
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Any volunteers for mining at the pools? pretty low hashrate atm...

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0 on both now.. This is making small miners cry when trying to mine PHS.. only medium to big miners can solo

your pool phs.minar is showing DEAD in cgminer.... -Digeros

TECH QUESTION::: Interesting how the POW DIFF last night was hovering STEADILY around 240K -270K... IS this the moderating factor of the POS stakes?Huh

Second,  normally at that kind of DIFF. I would have found at least one solo block in the night but no luck... What are the other factors that influence the creation of blocks?  - digeros

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September 11, 2013, 05:46:37 AM
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both pools working fine...
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September 11, 2013, 07:08:15 PM
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both pools working fine...

GOOD JOB -  How else can we attract new users and miners to PHS???  I would really like to see the PHS network Hash rate to get above 100Mh/s and stay there as that seems to be a break-off point for successful script alt-coin networks. - digeros

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September 12, 2013, 05:35:45 AM
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Client has been stable for some time now. Grin  I have noticed there is actually still a few old clients out in the wild.   Roll Eyes

Will put out a new update slightly before the reward halving coming up.

Also have some other improvements here and there to implement at that time.


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September 12, 2013, 05:46:19 AM
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Client has been stable for some time now. Grin  I have noticed there is actually still a few old clients out in the wild.   Roll Eyes

Will put out a new update slightly before the reward halving coming up.

Also have some other improvements here and there to implement at that time.


[/quoWe ALMOST got to a stable 100Mh/s network but suddenly it dropped to 25mh/s ... Is that ONLY related to POW hashrate??? or does open wallets influence that number... so does having people opening wallets and generating POS shares affect that hash rate at all???
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PS... moments later - after, PHS hit the top spot on COINCHOOSE - the hashrate is at 132Mh/s .. do the random miners toss that much hashrate around?? creepy.

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September 12, 2013, 06:26:00 AM
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New Maintained thread:

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