suggested topic: next Bitcoin Core meetup
ISTM the caller will need a consierable amount of complexity to avoid losing data, vs sending a poll every coupld seconds. Polling faster than seconds hardly makes sense in the context of bitcoin in any case, since txn take seconds to propagate through the network.
[bitcoin] laanwj closed pull request #10858: [RPC] Add "errors" field to getblockchaininfo and unify "errors" field in get*info RPCs (master...getblockchaininfo-errors) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10858
bitcoin/master 395cef7 Andrew Chow: Change getmininginfo errors field to warnings...
bitcoin/master f77f0e4 Andrew Chow: Add warnings field to getblockchaininfo
bitcoin/master 8502b20 Andrew Chow: Unify help text for GetWarnings output in get*info RPCs
is: on my bitcoind server after i make 25 unconfirmed transactions they stop showing on blockchain.info for example untill they confirm ( the payments are made because i can see the tx hashes ) . Now i use another bitcoin api from block.io . Using their api i can make the same a lot of unconfirmed transactions , but their transactions are showing on blockchain.info even if there are
hello guys. i have a small issue. i own an exchange website and i usually use bitcoind to send the bitcoin to my clients. With these problems in the bitcoin network sometimes i have activated these options walletrejectlongchains=false , limitancestorcount=1000 , limitdescendantcount=1000 . If i didn't activate these my api would stop working on 25 unconfirmed transactions . The issue
look like #10783 041dad9 RCP Various rpc argument fixes(instagiibbs) in the 0.15 channelog is what cause some errors in python bicoinlib module i just solve the issue removing from module bitcoin SelectParams() attribute and from bitcoin.rpc remove Proxy() attribute hope that work for any here
gmaxwell, it doesn't seem to be IO or CPU bound, but I am using spinning rust, it seemed wasteful to eat up a large % of my ssd on bitcoin
gmaxwell, I had a 4G dbcache which was part of the reason the oom killer picked on bitcoin
That is really annoying chrome decided to eat up all the memory, but the oom killer took out bitcoin (while doing a reindex) and somehow the progress went from 99ish% to 85%, that is quite a bit of rollback