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Hi all, I am new to bigchaindb. When I try to start service tendermint (sudo docker-compose up -d bigchaindb), I get an error : "from github.com.tendermint.tendermint.crypto.merkle import merkle_pb2 as github_dot_com_dot_tendermint_dot_tendermint_dot_crypto_dot_merkle_dot_merkle__pb2
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'github.com.tendermint.tendermint'
ERROR: Service 'bigchaindb' failed to build: The command '/bin/sh -c bigchaindb -y configure' returned a non-zero code: 1"
What could be the issue?Any help is appreciated.
Does anyone knows if it is possible to store more transactions in a block?
So far I understood that for each transaction generated, 1 block is created.|
Hyperledger Fabric claims to achieve a throughput of 3,500 transactions per second, which is clearly not achievable if in BigchainDB we create a block for each transaction.
Hey guys. I am researching BCDB possible application
came to this post
this post is very old (2016) maybe a lot of changed after that
can someone guide me how this was addressed in the end?
But BigchainDB's architecture is fundamentally flawed. All BigchainDB nodes, by design, connect to a single RethinkDB cluster. (RethinkDB is a distributed NoSQL database, kinda like MongoDB but better.) If something bad happens to that RethinkDB cluster, the whole blockchains goes down.
Hello; my team and I are currently looking to transition from locally stored flat files with our wallet and chain to utilizing bigchainDB; everything has been going fine thus far and I'm not sure if we will run into issues. However I was looking to see if there is anyone around here with experience utilizing the software specifically that we can bounce questions off real-time when the conversion takes place.
The "Amount" in our system is a little unique than most in it isn't currency, however all other aspects follow a typical blockchain deployment.