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Jonathan Brown
@ethernomad
Is it possible to search zero-conf logs yet?
Martin Holst Swende
@holiman
Hi, I left a comment ethereum/go-ethereum@66d74df, but maybe that was too obscure... For "fix console history exclusion", the password history regexp is passwordRegexp = regexp.MustCompile("personal.[nus]"). It seems to me to be wrong, it should cover importRawKey aswell, no? So perhaps personal.[iu] instead - what is s and n for?
Overall, the functionality to count parenthesis and moustaches is brittle... If a user has password abc({, the "only" way to unlock it is to use personal.unlockAccount(acct,'abc({');foo='})'... And normal users wouldn't discover such a trick, and perhaps be reluctant to file a ticket with their password...:)
For context, I'm talking about this
cseberino
@cseberino
How/Why possible to create new contracts without source code? I'm looking at this in Solidity docs...http://bit.do/ethereummystery The 1st code box instantiates a new contract object without knowing or specifying the source code? HOW?
somehow the ABI part is all you need?
Jonathan Brown
@ethernomad
@cseberino that code is accessing an already deployed contract
@cseberino actually the .at() method is for accessing an already deployed contract
the example provided should have a data parameter
Also, you should use this channel for JS: https://gitter.im/ethereum/web3.js
cseberino
@cseberino
Jonathan: lol ok..sorry.....i entered that code in geth so i assumed it was go-ethereum relevant...;)
Jonathan: just so i'm not crazy...so we agree there's a bug in that doc because data param is missing?
Jonathan Brown
@ethernomad
@cseberino ethereum/solidity#613
@cseberino check out the deployment code generated by browser-solidity
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs

@karalabe I've been using develop branch for a week, unable to sync. I'm on satellite broadband so my network latency is high. Looks like the develop branch currently imposes 1.5 second peer timeouts.

Install the develop version of geth, it has a huge sync improvement

@karalabe so I switched to your PR#2630 ethereum/go-ethereum#2630
git fetch origin pull/2630/head:pr-2630
git checkout pr-2630
cd cmd/geth
godep go install
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@karalabe problem solved! thank you. due to latency my node was removing peers that didn't need to be removed. and apparently there are enough peers that are already tolerant of >1.5s latency that I'm not being ignored by everyone...
cseberino
@cseberino
Jonathan: Thanks..i added a proposed fix to the docs myself to try to help out
cseberino
@cseberino
is "gas" basically a unit of measure of RESOURCES?
e.g. how much memory, CPU cycles, etc. program needs?
Cathy Talley
@CathyTalley11_twitter
I downloaded the wallet and it said no Ethereum binary found??
How do I get an ethereum wallet address?
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@karalabe still having issues with sync via satellite -- bottom line appears to be that adding PR#2630 helps substantially by avoiding removing peers due to my high latency, but presumably because everyone else is still intolerant of high-latency peers it is hard to find peers that will stay connected to me. I'm now seeing about twice as many peers and I'm getting much better sync rate, the problem of self-isolating until there's nobody left to talk with seems to be solved but twice as many peers is still barely viable when it means going from one to two, or two to four. I can't seem to sustain more than a few peers at a time. Many, many peers are reporting "Too many peers" when I try to connect to them, and most that do accept my high-latency connection get tired of me and go away after enough of my requests have exceeded either 1.5s or 3s RTT.
Thiago Borges Abdnur
@bolaum
Does anyone have some morden eth to spare? 0x7ff4B3F0f6CCdFBC538D5b3bbFB76B0434FebFBd
Almost every faucet is dead.
just this one working: http://faucet.ma.cx:3000/
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
:nut_and_bolt: [xgo build bot] Published geth 1.5.0-unstable (5c39a1b) - develop branch
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geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-darwin-10.6-386.tar.bz2 5.6M e2a497e5dc0e57aaccd34d3be13eb769b93c5a0d
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-darwin-10.6-amd64.tar.bz2 5.9M ffeb821a267f2e62a06a7297e1e5ce37f57cf2ab
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-ios-7.0-framework.tar.bz2 22M 69aea6de4d98cba57a59e360854889a7459e27b7
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-386.tar.bz2 6.7M ccd1e3003078160db2cedf21a28431d5a8499238
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-amd64.tar.bz2 6.9M e037be1d1c3c8d7c98a8720ca4dcaf873c5fad83
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geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-arm-6.tar.bz2 6.3M 74bc1c69bc5ec3f2dcd1d7d59d98c8ca61b14a0f
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-arm-7.tar.bz2 6.3M 73523063684b8316021963a8041ee586ca684b8a
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-arm64.tar.bz2 6.3M 4f7f07867c270b00c25760c581260aba9037d6ab
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-windows-4.0-386.exe.zip 6.0M 1d391ba917099fb99b1a329abfcc18620d56e4eb
geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-windows-4.0-amd64.exe.zip 6.4M 0ef102d09ce1a1a99bc51baca19e59a2a3a65f52
Package Size SHA1 Checksum
wallet-0.7.4-geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-darwin-amd64.tar.bz2 49M 1c6fe5cf9aaf41f151fc86ad42d4873fed562f3d
wallet-0.7.4-geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-386.tar.bz2 50M 22af3d1a5447fd24aea7572bddf8152bba452cf6
wallet-0.7.4-geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-linux-amd64.tar.bz2 50M 183d596b1c1296dff270e85a8a47bc92bc724301
wallet-0.7.4-geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-windows-386.zip 52M fecd66cabb220dff20b0767f730349f9841978b7
wallet-0.7.4-geth-1.5.0-unstable-5c39a1b-windows-amd64.zip 61M 0eb884ae5fe209906986c3a391f33aa36d6a2d4c
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.
Nick Johnson
@Arachnid
@cseberino That's right.
pinecrest515
@pinecrest515
@karalabe @obscuren Is there another attack vector? Today I opened up geth 1.4 and blockchain syncing starting from zero again
pinecrest515
@pinecrest515
I was at 1,600,000 blocks, then opening up geth 1.4 today to sync, it started over from scratch...
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@pinecrest515 same happened to me a couple days ago. I was using Ethereum-Wallet 0.7.4 https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases and despite apparently having all of the data still in chaindata I couldn't find a solution that would allow a rollback of whatever change had caused a restart of geth sync from the genesis block. Since this is probably going to happen again, I am now using admin.exportChain('filename') from the geth console (accessed via geth attach) to make backups. Hopefully this will allow me to resume next time by importing rather than syncing.
pinecrest515
@pinecrest515
@JasonCoombs yeah I also make backups once every a few days, just in case, good practice!
btw syncing on geth is really slow today
Luckily I just backed up chaindata last night...or else....
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
@pinecrest515 @JasonCoombs We're merging in a lot of changes that will hopefully solve syncing issues
some are already on develop, you can try that, it makes a world of a difference
pinecrest515
@pinecrest515
@JasonCoombs thanks, appreciate it!
@JasonCoombs Good to know! Is the develop geth stable?
And is it compatible with mist 0.7.4?
@karalabe @JasonCoombs Good to know! Is the develop geth stable?
And is it compatible with mist 0.7.4?
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@pinecrest515 speed has improved for me (on satellite, high latency) after switching to pull request #2630 https://github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum/pull/2630/files "adaptive quality of service tuning"
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
We're still figuring out how to handle large latency conenctions
That's a pending issue, experimenting with approaches
but if you got a reasonable low latency, develop is enough
it should be stable enough currently, as we're polishing things mostly, not doing big feature merges
pinecrest515
@pinecrest515
@karalabe For MacOSX which develop version do you recommend downloading?
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@karalabe I'm developing and testing some proposed changes based on your work in pull request #2630 -- all of these modifications impact who gets fresh blocks first, so they have non-trivial impact.
Péter Szilágyi
@karalabe
@pinecrest515 if you installed geth via homebrew, you should be able to try a develop version (not sure hwo you do that TBH, I'm on Linux)
you could also pull a pre-built binary/wallet bundle from the nightly cross build server:
Jason Coombs
@JasonCoombs
@pinecrest515 we're seeing no problems with mist 0.7.4 and the current develop branch of go-ethereum