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Benjamin Smith
@bh2smith

Hello Parity! We at gnosis found ourselves writing some duplicate code converting U256 to and from f64 and thought it would make the most sense to upstream this chunk of code. I have just submitted a PR containing this, but it is my first contribution to your parity-common project so pleas let me know if there is anything missing! Cheers

paritytech/parity-common#436

Rudolph Beuys
@Beatrausch_twitter
eure klopapie rbestellung is da, steht aber im falschen aufgang, glogauer str 5 hinterhaus aufgang rechts. ur welcome
Zouhair
@et-taousy
hello guys,
im trying to deploy Smart contracts on mainnet
im getting this issue
`Error:  *** Deployment Failed ***
"Bridge" -- Transaction was not mined within750 seconds, please make sure your transaction was properly sent. Be aware that it might still be mined!.`
Suggestions please
Armen
@chakhalyan1

Hi All, I am using s-8vcpu-32gb 32768 8 core 640 SSD server and started to sync to 2.5.13-stable. start command is this.
parity --warp-barrier=11077521 --allow-ips=public --cache-size=16384 --min-peers=400 --max-peers=500 --max-pending-peers=200 --no-periodic-snapshot -l txqueue
parity started more the 10 hour but stoped snapshot syncing process after 375 like this
2020-11-06 19:55:17 UTC IO Worker #3 INFO import Syncing snapshot 375/6080 #0 272/400 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 233 KiB sync RPC: 0 conn, 0 req/s, 0 µs

2020-11-06 19:55:22 UTC IO Worker #0 INFO import Syncing snapshot 375/6080 #0 272/400 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 233 KiB sync RPC: 0 conn, 0 req/s, 0 µs

2020-11-06 19:55:27 UTC IO Worker #1 INFO import Syncing snapshot 375/6080 #0 272/400 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 233 KiB sync RPC: 0 conn, 0 req/s, 0 µs

2020-11-06 19:55:32 UTC IO Worker #2 INFO import Syncing snapshot 375/6080 #0 272/400 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 233 KiB sync RPC: 0 conn, 0 req/s, 0 µs

can any one salve problem ?

line
@someone10201_twitter
Hi, can I know why snapshotting and syncing speed slows down(less blocks downloaded) more it downloads and if there is a way to speed it up?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
easpies posted an image: Screenshot_20201109-014001.png
line
@someone10201_twitter
Why snapshot's download speed is only 72Kib?
liukdev
@liukdev
is still possibile to use geth console with last relase of openethereum?
or exists another way to have the same functionalities?
now i m at this point:
geth attach http://127.0.0.1:8545
Fatal: Failed to start the JavaScript console: api modules: Method not found
Christian Seberino
@cseberino
Can I ask a basic question about Quorum and related private blockchains? They have higher transaction rates but they also have insane blockchain sizes right? Sure we could allow 10,000 transactions per second but then the blockchain will balloon in size really fast!? Is there is a solution to that?
I actually have a good reason for asking....I have an app for US government where they are asking me this exact question. They are saying this problem means Quorum "isn't ready for prime time".
I want to prove him wrong but don't know what to say
Victor Lopes
@vlopes11
Hey guys, do we have a canon solution for random number generators in WASMi execution environments?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
maryjanyes_adory Hi, have a question about validators set update from pallet_staking that is next: how pallet_staking update validators set inside pallet_session and is it actually do it at all?
maryjanyes_adory After election
Muhammad Yahya
@m-yahya
Hallo everyone, I have deployed a dockerized parity node on k8s.
The node is running over there, however I don't know how/where to look for logs (just as we see in the terminal).
any idea how to see the logs of node on k8s?
thanks
Lowell Tarek Abbott Vidal
@aqt01
Hello!
How much it can take for parity to sync an archival node using warp/fast option with the recommended hardware settings?
Nejc Landeker
@n3jc_twitter
Hi, i am trying to sync new openethereum node with warp barrier or snapshots. If I don't put warp barrier it starts syncing from 1st block on, if I put the barrier it just gets peers and stays like that. Can you please let me know what parameter do I need to use for those two modes? Thanks
antonDigitalMagic
@antonDigitalMagic
Hello! We've been trying to sync kovan using parity v2.7.2 stable, but it connects only to 1 or 0 peers and nodes.json is full of failures, we've tried restarting and deleting nodes.json, but does not help. Any advice?
c0deCn
@c0deCn
jamalmohideen
@jamalmohideen
Hi, we are starting the parity node - it is taking days and still catching up. Please help, if there is a way to speed up the sync
Jasonx370
@Jasonx370
So, any suggestions back in the day b4 recovery phrases I had a wallet that used an address and a private key. I still have my address and private key. Mind you this was using the very first wallet parity had created. Now how can I access this cause it seems the only way to recover a wallet is to use a pass phrase that I never had. Is there a way to pull my wallet up and A convert it to a wallet using a recovery phrase or b some how send my eth to a new wallet I have that has a recovery phrase via using a contract that includes my address and private key. I mined about 15eth on main net on this wallet back when eth was a few bucks and figure this would be a good time to cash out but can't find a way to get into it because parity no longer uses the wallet software it was created with. Abyone ideas?
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Edit: I meant recovery phrase not pass phrase
Greg Slepak
@taoeffect
@Jasonx370 I could be mistaken but I don't think you can go from the private key to the recovery phrase (only in the other direction)
Ryzzuh
@Ryzzuh

How does one use parity these days? I haven't used it since 2018, when it was an windows executable. Is there an article/docs for migrating to the new process. I still have an old wallet+passphrase etc.

I mean to say, there seems to be a plethora of products now. Which to use to access the early 2018's era wallet?

vero
@vero14034325_twitter
Hi guys I am in need of assistance. I have some FUN (an erc20 token) on a parity wallet. I have been holding since 2017. I no longer have any idea how to access this parity account. Can someone please help me out?
EnglishGiant
@EnglishGiant
Hello everyone. I have an old Parity wallet from 2017 and unable to access or download any new version. I have username, Json file and also seed codes but not sure how I can access this. Tried Parity Signer which I thought my balance would show once putting in the seed code but I still see nothing. Please help. Thanks
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Thomas Jay Rush
@tjayrush
Look at My Ether Wallet.
difengJ
@difengJ
my version is Parity-Ethereum/v2.7.2-stable. I start parity and can not access localhost:8545
my version is Parity-Ethereum/v2.7.2-stable. I start parity and can not access localhost:8545. it prompts "Used HTTP Method is not allowed. POST or OPTIONS is required" what does that mean
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Ratrod7
@Ratrod7
Hello, I just go this app and sent my dot from changely to QR code under public address which I thought was my account
I think I messed up
can anyone help me with this? did I lose my tokens?
Frank
@frankcb298
hi @team, i want to setup kovan node, i aslo want to query all the event logs. which parameters i should turn on?
ngugcx
@ngugcx
Hi, I saw the parity repo on github has been set to read-only. Is it still maintained?
luyuanshangao
@luyuanshangao

Parity Ethereum version: 2.7.1
Operating system: Linux(ubuntu16)
Installation: built from source
Fully synchronized: no
Network: ethereum
Restarted: yes

My parity version is "parity Ethereum / v2.5.5-stable-3ebc769-20190708/x86_ 64-linux-gnu/rustc1.36.0”
Why can't I sync my wallet when it's started
The output has always been like this:

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 29 req/s, 20 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 743 req/s, 19 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 538 req/s, 18 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 119 req/s, 18 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 24 req/s, 18 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 336 req/s, 19 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 476 req/s, 20 µs

0/ 5 peers 832 bytes chain 512 KiB db 0 bytes queue 448 bytes sync RPC: 0 conn, 626 req/s, 20 µs

Which kind person can help me solve it? Thank you very much
teti2023
@teti2023_twitter
Dont know anything about coding i need help on my wallet..
qianchong
@zhangrui231
sync too slowly, Dose anyone know the problem?
qianchong
@zhangrui231
Can someone help me?
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syncing blocks extremely slow
mohoff
@mohoff

Hi, can someone please explain me the difference between eth_getTransactionCount and parity_nextNonce? I'm reading the code but as a beginner to the codebase, it's not clear to me how the results of both calls relate to each other.

Am I right in thinking that eth_getTransactionCount only considers mined transactions, while parity_nextNonce also considers the pool of pending transactions? Is a signed but not submitted transaction increasing the nonce returned by parity_nextNonce?

qianchong
@zhangrui231
Is anybody here?
artyomsol
@artyomsol
does anybody read the channel topic !?!
roninkaizen
@roninkaizen
we are over here
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@zhangrui231
@mohoff
@teti2023_twitter
@luyuanshangao
Chris
@chris-shyft
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