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xen3c
@xen3c
test mode is saying 60% and stuck 2 days...
so mining there for 2 days , still says 0 ether
anyone some advice?
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
Can you clarify?
xen3c
@xen3c
wel opening mist, created account
and then there is option 1 and 2
network main
and testnet
so i wanted to do some testing first before creating a token in the real world
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
ah, I don't use mist, can't help
xen3c
@xen3c
but in test node i got no ether , there is a button in the ui that says "start mining"
ah , too bad , no prob however
what do you use instead?
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
you can try mine on testnet on my demo pool demo.eurohash.net
xen3c
@xen3c
ok ty
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
while it's still alive, i am going to shut it down maybe tomorrow and piss off
xen3c
@xen3c
why?
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
because server cost money
xen3c
@xen3c
ok ic
they should charge eth :smile:
or better gas
xen3c
@xen3c
i might check it later tonoight then
ty again
Tzunami
@Tzunami
what is the maximun an account can have? it must have a limit of its type.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
Maximum what?
Tzunami
@Tzunami
ether
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
2^128 wei.
John Whitton
@johnwhitton
Hey quick question on running geth and the —rpccorsdomain flag
I was running a DAPP created using truffle and it was having trouble connecting on localhost:8545
When running like this ./build/bin/geth -testnet --rpc --unlock "0" --password "./build/password.txt” it would not connect but if I add --rpccorsdomain “*” it will connect
The documentation says this
'--rpccorsdomain Domains from which to accept cross origin requests (browser enforced)'
John Whitton
@johnwhitton
So if I want to limit it just allow access from my dapp (running on localhost:8080) how would I do it?
John Whitton
@johnwhitton
Got it --rpccorsdomain "http://localhost:8080” :)
Jacob Henderson
@jacohend
why are people recommending implementing listsinceblock-like transaction tracking via smart contracts? Why on earth should a normal Ethereum user pay a gas cost for information that at least with Bitcoin, they can simply receive for free?
The anti-sincelastblock reasoning on this github issue seems rather poor: ethereum/go-ethereum#1703
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Odd behavior in the way geth is reading accounts between windows and linux. I have the exact same keystore folder in both windows and linux, but see different coinbase accounts. Is that even possible?
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe

:nut_and_bolt: [xgo build bot] Published geth 1.4.0-unstable (27116bd) - develop branch

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geth-1.4.0-unstable-27116bd-windows-4.0-386.exe.zip 5.7M 7341016777edc28da894479ac4096dfa18ee885f
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Disclaimer: All of these binaries have been cross-compiled from Linux. Their primary goal is to provide access to unsupported or experimental platforms. We cannot guarantee that a cross compiler will produce the same performing code as a native build will. For any issues found, please contact @karalabe.

Jeffrey Wilcke
@obscuren
@rfikki yes. It considers the first address coinbase. The way Linux and Windows deems "first" probably depends on the fs. Much of this has changed in 1.4
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
So both keystore directories are the same for me, but on my windows machine the coinbase is not listed as an account in geth at all. Now I do notice that my coinbase has its own subdirectory in keystore while the other accounts do not. Is this normal behaviour?
Rocky Fikki
@rfikki
Yes, something has definitely changed. Strange thing is I am using the 1.4 version on both machines but on my windows machine I do not see that account as part of the list of accounts in geth. Both machines have the same keystore.
elegantcube
@elegantcube
hey, just wanted to understand where on my machine (folder location probably) does the smart contract i deployed reside ?
Sammy Libre
@sammy007
I believe it's stored on a thousands of machines now :p
elegantcube
@elegantcube
i understand, i am running a private test net , i just deployed a contract, just wondering in which folder is my contract residing at all
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
it's part of the blockchain state trie
~/.ethereum/chaindata
it's not a flat file, rather an internal node in a gigantic merkle-patritia trie data structure
elegantcube
@elegantcube
in windows machine is it 'C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Ethereum\chaindata' location by any chance ? i see lot of .ldb files
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
yup
elegantcube
@elegantcube
is there a way to read these files
how is this different from blocks (or transactions data)