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Ramzjeet
@ramzjeet_twitter
my transaction link
0x5377ac0356223536f5e60646e3fa4350e98186fcb7a1a6144efe9e2562f221b6
Rafin Karki
@rafin-whitehat_gitlab
What is the maximum gas limit of ETC network?
John cruz
@Pacjohnc_twitter
I exchange xdai to dai using xmoon.exchange it did not arrive in my wallet is this scam exchange??
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Fabio Pansera
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Hello does anybody know how long it takes for the token to show up on mycrypto web based wallet? It says that the balance is 0 but the transaction on Energy Web Chain Explorer says successful with 20+ confirmations.
Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
Hi, we have seen that some blocks are missing in the blocks table. Is there any way to force blockscout to refetch these missing blocks? I tried adding rows in the pending_block_operations table but I'm getting a foreign key constraint violation: ERROR: insert or update on table "pending_block_operations" violates foreign key constraint "pending_block_operations_block_hash_fkey" DETAIL: Key (block_hash)=(\x52580fd530b5197f32f840a996c6d5f681a017d41ebcb238779a150c5af2c9ab) is not present in table "blocks".
Danny Kass
@dannygkass
Vincent-Mia-Edie-Verheyen
@Vincent-Mia-Edie-Verheyen
Hi. I received some EIDI on the IDChain network in my Metamask. However, I can not see any transactions on the https://explorer.idchain.one/address/.../explorer for that address? Why is this please?
Diego Romão
@romaum_twitter
Vincent-Mia-Edie-Verheyen
@Vincent-Mia-Edie-Verheyen

@romaum_twitter I reported this to Mahdi Heydari and he said:

There was a problem with the blockscout database which is fixed after being restarted. I should take a deeper look to find out more. But it seems working fine now.

Sameroom
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] @ssandeep Blockscout provides catchup fetcher which periodically checks missing blocks in the chain and fetches them eventually. You don’t need to undertake extra steps.

@dannygkass all available API endpoints are listed at /api-docs page. ?module=token especially for token. Also, there are some token related endpoints in ?module=*account* section. If you feel lack of some endpoints, please, create a feature request in the Github repository.

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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] Logs are similar to those in the issue poanetwork/blockscout#3345. Please subscribe to it
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Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
yes, I can see the logs where it is reattempting to get these blocks but it keeps failing. Here are the logs:
```[340]: Retrying.
[340]: 2020-10-14T07:10:49.805 application=indexer fetcher=block_catchup first_block_number=4750082 last_block_number=4750073 [error] ** (MatchError) no match of right hand side value: {:error, {:more, {:hparse
r, :response, 4096, 10, 0, :on_trailers, "", {1, 1}, "", [], :undefined, "chunked", "", "application/json", "", :done}}}
[340]:     (indexer 0.1.0) lib/indexer/transform/address_coin_balances_daily.ex:67: anonymous fn/3 in Indexer.Transform.AddressCoinBalancesDaily.reducer/2
[340]:     (elixir 1.10.3) lib/enum.ex:2111: Enum."-reduce/3-lists^foldl/2-0-"/3
[340]:     (indexer 0.1.0) lib/indexer/transform/address_coin_balances_daily.ex:66: Indexer.Transform.AddressCoinBalancesDaily.reducer/2
[340]:     (stdlib 3.12.1) maps.erl:232: :maps.fold_1/3
[340]:     (indexer 0.1.0) lib/indexer/block/fetcher.ex:165: Indexer.Block.Fetcher.fetch_and_import_range/2
[340]:     (indexer 0.1.0) lib/indexer/block/catchup/fetcher.ex:194: Indexer.Block.Catchup.Fetcher.fetch_and_import_range_from_sequence/3
[340]:     (elixir 1.10.3) lib/task/supervised.ex:90: Task.Supervised.invoke_mfa/2
[340]:     (elixir 1.10.3) lib/task/supervised.ex:35: Task.Supervised.reply/5
[340]: Retrying.
Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
to test if there's any problem with these blocks, we also started a different blockscout instance and there it's a different set of block numbers that are missing but it's due to the same error as in the above logs @sameroom-bot
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Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
how is "Average block time" shown in the home page of blockscout populated/calculated?
the blockchain I am running creates blocks much faster than what is showing up in Average block time in blockscout
i also see that it is in sync and the latest blocks are available almost instantaneously
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] Average block time is an average block timestamp diff from last 100 blocks with 100 blocks offset from the head of the chain https://github.com/poanetwork/blockscout/blob/master/apps/explorer/lib/explorer/counters/average_block_time.ex#L75-L76
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Rafin Karki
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Who in this group knows the web provider url of ethereum classic in order to watch solidity events?
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] @ssandeep it looks consistent at 2 secs for 13 blocks. If you can confirm that is same 2 secs for 100 blocks with 100 blocks offset and you see another value in UI, then probably it is a bug
Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
you're right Victor, I took the average of diff between consecutive blocks for the last 100 blocks and it comes to a much higher number. But this is happening because there are missing blocks.
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Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
there are multiple records with the same block number in blocks table. Is it due to some error or is it an expected behavior? I also see that all such blocks come in pairs, one with consensus true and another with consensus false
Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
also, there are a few block numbers with only one record having consensus=false, getting a 404 in the ui when i try to search for such block numbers
I am able to access these blocks through curl but seeing this in the blockscout logs for the same block numbers:
2020-10-21T08:48:36.309 application=indexer fetcher=block_catchup first_block_number=5429631 last_block_number=5429631 step=blocks [error] failed to fetch: {:more, {:hparser, :response, 4096, 10, 0, :on_trailers, "", {1, 1}, "", [], :undefined, "chunked", "", "application/json", "", :done}}. Retrying.
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] Please create an issue regarding this in a Github repo
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[Igor Barinov, POA Network] Do you guys want to collaborate with BlockScout team on development of the product?
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cockymiles
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If I want to send a badge to a different wallet then what it was ordered to because of operability issues what should I doNFT/badge
ScientiaLuxLucis
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Good afternoon I'm not sure if you can help in this situation but it seems as if somehow when sending 2 ETC to another individual's wallet the transaction made a copy and sent 2 separate transactions under the same block number. Totaling 4 ETC sent and received p2p but only showing 2 ETC on the network.
David Terry
@xwvvvvwx
Hey :) Is running blockscout against a turbo-geth archive node supported?
Sameroom
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[Igor Barinov, POA Network] > Hey :) Is running blockscout against a turbo-geth archive node supported?
we never tried it. do you have an archive node with public endpoint?
David Terry
@xwvvvvwx
I have my private archive node, and I'm thinking about spinning up an instance of blockscout against it to avoid leaking data to etherscan. I'll give blockscout a try against it when I have some free time and let you know how it goes :)
Ashwin Murali
@cruisemaniac
Hello, does someone here run the indexer / fetcher processes disconnected from the main blockscout_web and explorer processes?
And what is the impact of running 2 fetcher processes (as part of the core setup) on 2 separate machines behind a common load balancer ?
Sameroom
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] Hi, it is possible to run indexer separately from the web application. However, there is no benefit to run multiple instances of indexers because they will don’t know each other and will process the same data intersecting. Luckily, every fetcher in the indexer has its own batch size and concurrency. So, you can manage parallelism of each fetcher inside a single indexer instance.
Auston Bunsen
@abunsen
Hi! When transactions are relayed through QuikNode endpoints and they have a gasPrice of 1, they are not being picked up by blockscout's xDAI explorer despite existing on the QuikNode servers, for example, this transaction was appearing on our network (https://etherflow.quiknode.io/aHR0cHM6Ly9jb2xkLXNpbGVudC1yYWluLnhkYWkucXVpa25vZGUucHJvLzNjYWVlMjU5Y2NhN2VkNTViNDJlYTkzYjI4OTM5ZGUyOTFlOGUzZWQv/ethers/eth_getTransactionByHash/0xb472963e438430286bb092fc2389c9847542a1f6119e5bc6288e32d19f5819a6), but was not relayed and now appears to have been dropped.
Sameroom
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[Igor Barinov, POA Network] Likely it was submitted with gasPrice below 1gwei
kai1412
@kai1412
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i got this error when try to run blockscout version 3.3.3, can someone help me fix this? :(
Sameroom
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] Catchup fetcher will retry to fetch this range of blocks later until it will be fetched. If for some reason, blocks range fetching failed for a long time, check the state of archive node server. Probably, there are not enough resources for processing all JSON RPC requests.
kai1412
@kai1412
i see the log, first_block= 11262155 , last_block= 11262146, so the range is only 9 blocks. and i don't know why first_block > last_block. is it normal?
kai1412
@kai1412
--nodekey=boot.key --syncmode "full" --gcmode "archive" --rpc --rpcapi "db,personal,admin,debug,eth,net,web3,txpool" --allow-insecure-unlock --rpccorsdomain '' --rpcaddr 0.0.0.0 --rpcport 8545 --rpcvhosts= --ws --wsaddr "0.0.0.0" --wsport 8546 --wsapi "db,personal,admin,debug,eth,net,web3,txpool" --wsorigins=* --port 30303
this is my node's setup. do i miss something?
Sandeep Sreenath
@ssandeep
I think you are referring to the same error as mentioned in poanetwork/blockscout#3345
This has been fixed in v3.3.3
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[Victor Baranov, POA Network] > i see the log, first_block= 11262155 , last_block= 11262146, so the range is only 9 blocks.
Yes, the default batch size for catchup fetcher is 10 blocks. If more blocks are absent then it will be processed in different batches.

and i don’t know why first_block > last_block. is it normal?
that is fine. Blocks will be processed in this range.

Are these params for Geth? Looks good to me. You can check yourself too https://docs.blockscout.com/for-developers/information-and-settings/client-settings-parity-geth-ganache