< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] eklitzke opened pull request #12713: Fix unintuitive boolean option parsing behavior (master...bool-option-parsing) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12713
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] sipa opened pull request #12714: Introduce interface for signing providers (master...201803_signingprovider) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12714
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] hkjn opened pull request #12715: depends: Add 'make clean' rule (master...clean-depends) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12715
< VictorTrueBitcoi> hello people, please help, I have bitcoincore wallet, 4 days ago my password is worked, now i can't sent bitcoins from wallet, password is wrong, what's heppens? please help, there all my money
< VictorTrueBitcoi> I no change my password
< meshcollider> VictorTrueBitcoi: this is not the right place, this is a channel for the development of bitcoin core not for support
< meshcollider> Try #bitcoin or bitcoin.stackexchange.com
< VictorTrueBitcoi> ok thanks you, but i just don't know where find help
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] MarcoFalke reopened pull request #12510: test: Add rpc_bind test to default-run tests (master...2018_02_reinstate_rpcbind_test) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12510
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] rex4539 opened pull request #12716: Fix typos and cleanup in various files (master...fix-typos) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12716
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] rex4539 closed pull request #12593: Fix typos and cleanup in various files (master...rex4539-typos) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12593
< Lis> Hey guys, anyone can help with picking up an issue to work on?
< Lis> I looked at "good first issue"s but everything seems to be taken
< stevenroose> What's the constraining factor for Core initial sync? CPU? How long does it take with a fast network, fast SSD, lots (32GiB) of RAM on a i7 machine?
< eklitzke> a few hours in that case
< eklitzke> if you have an ssd you are probably cpu constrained (assuming you're not bandwidth constrainted)
< eklitzke> if you already have the whole chain synced a reasonable way to simulate sync is doing -reindex or -reindex-chainstate
< eklitzke> if you have a really fast computer we could do a better job of cpu parallelism to bring that down further
< stevenroose> eklitzke: hmm, that's quite fast. How is the UTXO set built? in-memory?
< eklitzke> it's kind of complicated
< eklitzke> recent coins go in an in-memory cache
< eklitzke> that's the main thing that dbcache controls
< eklitzke> leveldb has another cache layer that isn't really used by bitcoin
< eklitzke> on a unix system the leveldb files will be mmaped
< eklitzke> meaning that the data will end up in the kernel page cache
< eklitzke> but even if the data is in the page cache, it will be encoded in a leveldb format so it has to be decoded when accessing the page cache
< eklitzke> this is what i am working on right now, i have some changes queued up to improve some of this stuff but need to get my existing PRs through first
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] romanz opened pull request #12717: Handle UTXO retrieval when ignoring the mempool (master...master) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12717
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] MarcoFalke opened pull request #12718: [Tests] Require exact match in assert_start_raises_init_eror (jnewbery) (master...Mf1803-qaRegexInitError) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12718
< VictorTrueBitcoi> devs please help, whats going on with my bitcoin core wallet, i never change pass, and computer without access, and pass wrong, i had bitcoincore after update 0.15.1 pass wass wrong, but few time is working, and now again pass wrong
< VictorTrueBitcoi> all internet dont know whats going on
< Satoshi> Good evening gentlemen
< VictorTrueBitcoi> hello, Satoshi
< VictorTrueBitcoi> i think my mistic wrong pass, know only devs
< achow101> VictorTrueBitcoi: no one can help you if you don't know your password. The whole point of having a password and encryption is that other people don't know the password and can't get your private keys
< achow101> not even devs can help you
< achow101> anyways, this is not the correct channel for asking for help. Go to #bitcoin, bitcoin.stackexchange.com, or bitcointalk.org
< Lis> Hey Guys, wanted to ask if there is any reason why the REST API contains only GET methods?
< Lis> in general it seems to have very poor functionality in comparison with the RPC interface
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] practicalswift opened pull request #12719: tests: Add note about test suite naming convention in developer-notes.md (master...consistent-test-naming) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12719
< sipa> Lis: well it has a different purpose
< sipa> the REST interface is unauthenticated, so it's only for public data
< Lis> Sure makes sense, any plans for authenticated REST API?
< Babu_> Help
< Babu_> Dteeg
< Lis> Would appreciate an opinion about authenticated rest api for bitcoin :)
< bitcoin-git> [bitcoin] jeffrade opened pull request #12720: Avoiding 'file' function name from python2 (master...pr_12437_variable_rename) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/12720