Running A Full Node - Bitcoin

Help running from source 0.15 (Linux)

Hey trying to build, and run bitcoind and bitcoin-cli from source so i can start messing around with some of the api calls and hopefully develop some cool stuff.
Unfortuantely running bitcoind says i must reindex the blockchain as i'm building over the top of a previous corrupted blockchain.
Running the call:
bitcoind -reindex -daemon -printtoconsole
I get:
2017-09-17 15:11:12 Bitcoin version v0.15.99.0-e278f86c5 2017-09-17 15:11:12 InitParameterInteraction: parameter interaction: -whitelistforcerelay=1 -> setting -whitelistrelay=1 2017-09-17 15:11:12 Assuming ancestors of block 0000000000000000003b9ce759c2a087d52abc4266f8f4ebd6d768b89defa50a have valid signatures. 2017-09-17 15:11:12 Setting nMinimumChainWork=000000000000000000000000000000000000000000723d3581fe1bd55373540a 2017-09-17 15:11:12 Using the 'sse4' SHA256 implementation 2017-09-17 15:11:12 Using RdRand as an additional entropy source Bitcoin server starting
With nothing ever progressing past Bitcoin Server starting. Then when i run:
bitcoin-cli getinfo
error code: -32601 error message: Method not found
The process is still running correctly and i can't rerun bitcoind as i've got the process already running in the background. Does anyone have any ideas ?
submitted by sunlollyking to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Start Bitcoin Mining Today Daily Payouts Launch Your Free 100GH/S Mining Server https://nuvmining.com/?ref=SBFKpbkkOvZh

Start Bitcoin Mining Today Daily Payouts Launch Your Free 100GH/S Mining Server https://nuvmining.com/?ref=SBFKpbkkOvZh submitted by kuryliuk10 to u/kuryliuk10 [link] [comments]

If the #BIP157 pull request gets closed too then I'll start maintaining a fork of Bitcoin Core that has hybrid SPV and/or #BIP157 server. Until then, I'm advocating for the pull request that is open!

If the #BIP157 pull request gets closed too then I'll start maintaining a fork of Bitcoin Core that has hybrid SPV and/or #BIP157 server. Until then, I'm advocating for the pull request that is open! submitted by Bitcoin1776 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Memory leaks? | Jonathan Toomim (Toomim Bros) | Oct 13 2015

Jonathan Toomim (Toomim Bros) on Oct 13 2015:
I just noticed that several of my running bitcoind processes were using around 3+ GB of RAM, even though the mempool itself seemed to be under control.
XXXX at prime:~/bin$ ./bitcoin-cli getmempoolinfo
{
"size" : 1896, "bytes" : 37341328 
}
[total memory usage not shown -- I restarted bitcoind as soon as I noticed, and didn't copy it down from top]
37 MB mempool, >3 GB RAM usage. Normally, when there aren't a lot of unconfirmed txns floating around the network, memory usage is around 600 MB, so this is quite unusual.
After restarting the process and letting it run for a few minutes, I get:
PID USER PRI NI VIRT RES SHR S CPU% MEM% TIME+ Command
[###] [XXXX] 20 0 1402M 317M 49836 S 1.0 8.2 0:41.71 ./bitcoind -daemon
XXXX at prime:~/bin$ ./bitcoin-cli getmempoolinfo
{
"size" : 1072, "bytes" : 670000 
}
0.67 MB mempool, 317 MB RAM usage. Much more reasonable.
Here's another node I'm running that has been online longer, before restarting:
PID USER PRI NI VIRT RES SHR S CPU% MEM% TIME+ Command
[###] [XXXX] 20 0 4961M 3540M 11080 S 2.8 45.3 8h20:11 bin/bitcoind -daemon
XXXX at feather:~$ bin/bitcoin-cli getmempoolinfo
{
"size" : 3045, "bytes" : 39656126 
}
39 MB mempool, 3540 MB total memory usage. After restarting bitcoind, I see:
[XXXX]@feather:~$ bin/bitcoin-cli stop
Bitcoin server stopping
[XXXX]@feather:~$ bin/bitcoind -daemon
Bitcoin server starting
[XXXX]@feather:~$ sleep 10; bin/bitcoin-cli getmempoolinfo
{
"size" : 39, "bytes" : 47037 
}
PID USER PRI NI VIRT RES SHR S CPU% MEM% TIME+ Command
[###] [XXXX] 20 0 1640M 247M 67960 S 0.0 3.2 0:05.17 bin/bitcoind -daemon
Does anybody have any guesses where we might be leaking memory, or what is using the additional 2.4 GB? I've been using minrelaytxfee=0.00003 or similar on my nodes. Maybe there's a leak in the minrelaytxfee code path? Has anyone else seen something similar?
This issue appears to happen both with Bitcoin Core 0.10.1 and with Bitcoin XT 0.11B.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/attachments/20151013/dc82ee16/attachment.html>
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
Name: signature.asc
Type: application/pgp-signature
Size: 496 bytes
Desc: Message signed with OpenPGP using GPGMail
URL: <http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/attachments/20151013/dc82ee16/attachment.sig>
original: http://lists.linuxfoundation.org/pipermail/bitcoin-dev/2015-Octobe011511.html
submitted by dev_list_bot to bitcoin_devlist [link] [comments]

How to shutdown bitcoinxt-cli? (Ubuntu)

TL;DR: How do I shut down bitcoinxtd permanently and without having it restart?
I'm trying to switch an Ubuntu machine over to Classic from XT, using this and this as guides.
However, when I try to start Classic using sudo bitcoind --daemon I get the following message:
Bitcoin server starting [email protected]:/BitcoinClassicInstall/bitcoin-0.11.2/bin$ Error: An error occurred while setting up the RPC address 127.0.0.1 port 8332 fo r listening: bind: Address already in use Error: Unable to bind to 0.0.0.0:8333 on this computer. Bitcoin Core is probably already running. Error: Failed to listen on any port. Use -listen=0 if you want this.
Okay, fair enough, BitcoinXT is already running. Let's shut it down:
sudo bitcoinxt-cli -conf=/etc/bitcoinxt/bitcoin.conf stop
And it says Bitcoin server stopping
Okay, time to enter sudo bitcoind --daemon again, but I get the same error message as the first time I entered this command.
When I check my running processes, it says that bitcoinxtd is still running, but with different Process IDs from before I stopped it.
This was the guide I used to setup the machine with XT initially.
TL;DR: How do I shut down bitcoinxtd permanently and without having it restart?
EDIT: According to https://bitcoinxt.software/apt.html
Note that the server binary is named "bitcoinxtd" in this package, not bitcoind. Since 0.11B we have added systemd init scripts to make sure that the node will be started and auto-restarted if you reboot.
The systemd bitcoinxtd.service registers the XT based daemon for autostart. Also installed is the bitcoinxt-cli executable which allows you to communicate with the running daemon.
Now I gotta figure out how to modify bitcoinxtd.service
submitted by BobsBurgers3Bitcoin to btc [link] [comments]

Not much, but for a high school student not bad! Specs in comments :)

Not much, but for a high school student not bad! Specs in comments :) submitted by _fleto_ to homelab [link] [comments]

Preliminary patch notes for 12.8 patch!

Added:
New equipment:
New weapons and weapons parts:
Quality of Life changes:
Optimization
AI improvements
Fixed:
Changed:
The 12.8 patch will NOT be on this week! Need to polish everything!
submitted by trainfender to EscapefromTarkov [link] [comments]

Generating bitcoins never been easier, just enter your Bitcoin Wallet Address and start generating bitcoins. It works fully on cloud server.

submitted by Sanane67933289 to u/Sanane67933289 [link] [comments]

All your servers will be DDoS-ed starting Monday if you don't pay protection fee - exactly 10.41 Bitcoins

got this in my inbox today. #153 of things bitcoin is good for : ddos protection fees

FORWARD THIS MAIL TO WHOEVER IS IMPORTANT IN YOUR COMPANY AND CAN MAKE DECISION!
We are Armada Collective.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Armada+Collective
Most importantly, we have launched largest DDoS in Swiss history and one of the largest DDoS attacks ever.
Search for "ProtonMail DDoS"
All your servers will be DDoS-ed starting Monday (April 25) if you don't pay protection fee - exactly 10.32 Bitcoins @ 1Fz53XCH6aa18sEBL8BXf2fFFNCto3Pu2
If you don't pay by Monday, attack will start, yours service going down permanently price to stop will increase to 20 BTC and will go up 10 BTC for every day of attack.
This is not a joke. Our attacks are extremely powerful - peak over 1 Tbps. Do not reply, we will not read. Pay and we will know its you. AND YOU WILL NEVER AGAIN HEAR FROM US!
Bitcoin is anonymous, nobody will ever know you cooperated.
submitted by edward_snowedin to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Generating bitcoins never been easier, just enter your Bitcoin Wallet Address and start generating bitcoins. It works fully on cloud server.

submitted by Riderskill to u/Riderskill [link] [comments]

Generating bitcoins never been easier, just enter your Bitcoin Wallet Address and start generating bitcoins. It works fully on cloud server.

submitted by TravelVidz to u/TravelVidz [link] [comments]

Generating bitcoins never been easier, just enter your Bitcoin Wallet Address and start generating bitcoins. It works fully on cloud server.

submitted by hanxxkit to u/hanxxkit [link] [comments]

Generating bitcoins never been easier, just enter your Bitcoin Wallet Address and start generating bitcoins. It works fully on cloud server.

submitted by lanlingwangfei to u/lanlingwangfei [link] [comments]

bitcoind connection problem

[SOLVED]
I've got bitcoind installed on a centos server with the help of http://www.firenzee.com/bitcoin-centos.sh.
./bitcoind -daemon
bitcoin server starting
./bitcoind getinfo
{ "version" : 60300, "protocolversion" : 60001, "walletversion" : 60000, "balance" : 0.00000000, "blocks" : 0, "connections" : 0, "proxy" : "", "difficulty" : 1.00000000, "testnet" : false, "keypoololdest" : 1345161090, "keypoolsize" : 101, "paytxfee" : 0.00000000, "errors" : "" }
here is my bitcoin.conf file:
rpcuser=user
rpcpassword=hunter2
rpctimeout=90
rpcport=8332
rpcallowip=*
server=1
Iptable:
[email protected] [~]# iptables -L | grep '8333'
ACCEPT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:8333
EDIT Turned off IPTABLE

/etc/init.d/iptables save

/etc/init.d/iptables stop

submitted by mavensbot to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Start You Bitcoin Miner – Earn Bitcoin With Mine Servers‎ Free

Start You Bitcoin Miner – Earn Bitcoin With Mine Servers‎ Free submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

Start You Bitcoin Miner – Earn Bitcoin With Mine Servers‎ Free

Start You Bitcoin Miner – Earn Bitcoin With Mine Servers‎ Free submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

If you can undo a single decision of your life what would it be?

submitted by redditorrium to AskReddit [link] [comments]

Getting Started with BTCPay Server - Free and Open Source Bitcoin and Lightning Network payment processor

Getting Started with BTCPay Server - Free and Open Source Bitcoin and Lightning Network payment processor submitted by CBDoctor to litecoin [link] [comments]

Uncle Passed ~4 years ago and just found out he was big into bitcoin/mining

I've tried googling to figure this out but I'm not tech savvy enough to understand/grasp it, so not sure if this is even possible, here is my situation:
My uncle passed in 2016 after a very short battle with an aggressive brain cancetumor etc. The last year of his life was plagued with memory issues but he did talk a bit about bitcoin/mining etc, however in my head he was doing some type of folding at home to help cure diseases etc.
Two weeks ago my aunt sold her house and began the moving process, upon showing up to help and clear out her basement I came across a varitable treasure trove of old PC parts. I'd say its hoarding, however it is all in immaculate shape and stored. Along with notebooks and some other information, we found the following:
6 desktop computers with large cases and lots of extra hardware inside, after talking to a friend they believe these may all be mining rigs. In the basement we uncovered 6 boxes of HDDs and graphics cards, however all of the HDD's seem to be 2-4TB and may or may not be dead drives?
I purchased an external HDD reader to see if there was any family pictures etc, on there. It's mostly family pictures and videos he'd saved or converted, however because of the news around bitcoin, and the amount of hardware, I wonder if there is a wallet / bitcoin whatever floating around somewhere in one of these drives. Is there an easy way to locate if there is anything of value here?
Sorry for length, wanted to include as much as possible for best results. Can answer any other info.

ATM we have: 6 PCs with a ton of stuff crammed in them, stacks of HDDs, stacks of graphics cards and a buncha notebooks littered with numbers that are confusing. I don't think these #'s etc are bitchain/codes, but have now way to verify.
submitted by censusMan69420 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Would you like to start mining Bitcoin Gold? MINING POOL HUB offers great stability and low fees. Servers are located in USA, EU & Asia More info => bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com #BitcoinGold #Miningpoolhub #GPUMining #GPU #Bitcoin #BTC #blockchain

Would you like to start mining Bitcoin Gold? MINING POOL HUB offers great stability and low fees. Servers are located in USA, EU & Asia More info => bitcoin-gold.miningpoolhub.com #BitcoinGold #Miningpoolhub #GPUMining #GPU #Bitcoin #BTC #blockchain submitted by Asabmoni to BitcoinGoldHQ [link] [comments]

Protip to auditors: start running your own Bitcoin blockchain nodes and indexing servers now so you have a trustles… https://t.co/4r7lcR4mAq - Crypto Dynamic Info - Whales's

Posted at: February 21, 2019 at 02:41AM
By:
Protip to auditors: start running your own Bitcoin blockchain nodes and indexing servers now so you have a trustles… https://t.co/4r7lcR4mAq
Automate your Trading via Crypto Bot : https://ift.tt/2EU8PEX
Join Telegram Channel for FREE Crypto Bot: Crypto Signal
submitted by cryptotradingbot to cryptobots [link] [comments]

Crowdfunding with Lightning payment and BTCPay Server: Funding starts at 1 Satoshi. Now easier than ever before - thanks to BTCPayServer and it's new crowdfunding functionality. /r/Bitcoin

Crowdfunding with Lightning payment and BTCPay Server: Funding starts at 1 Satoshi. Now easier than ever before - thanks to BTCPayServer and it's new crowdfunding functionality. /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Server Mining scam Start a Crypto Mining Operation Under $30 - Beginners ... Bitcoin Mining Setup! - Gmod DarkRP Life (Start Of Small And Work Your Way Up Or STEAL 300,000!) DIY Bitcoin Mining: Hardware (part1) - YouTube How to quickly start mining bitcoins [Easy] - YouTube

rpc server thread group (see rpcserver.h/cpp) miner thread group; Naturally, the node will only create the RPC server thread group if the RPC server is activated, and will only create the miner thread group if it is mining. If both are disabled, then Bitcoin Core only has a single thread group. Child Threads Starting your node automatically each time you login to your computer makes it easy for you to contribute to the network. The easiest way to do this is to tell Bitcoin Core GUI to start at login. While running Bitcoin Core GUI, open the Settings menu and choose Options. On the Main tab, click Start Bitcoin on system login. Click the Ok button ... There you can register and other settings from those given when starting the daemon. How it Works . Accordingly, the only thing you need to accept bitcoins is a bitcoin client on the server. It is called bitcoind, it’s just a console version of the client, with all the same familiar functionality. Starting bitcoin or other crypto ATM business might sound easy, but this is becoming a professional area nowadays, which requires a lot of preparation steps. You need to get acquainted with regulation in your area and preferably find a banking partner. Registering at cryptocurrency exchanges and finding a good spot for your machines are another ... How Bitcoin Mining Works. Before you start mining Bitcoin, it's useful to understand what Bitcoin mining really means. Bitcoin mining is legal and is accomplished by running SHA256 double round hash verification processes in order to validate Bitcoin transactions and provide the requisite security for the public ledger of the Bitcoin network.

[index] [11257] [28636] [33077] [34352] [10188] [32166] [5796] [301] [32115] [14841]

Bitcoin Server Mining scam

SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE HOW MUCH - http://shorturl.at/arBHL GekkoScience 2Pac USB Miner $29.99 - https://bitcoinmerch.com/collections/new-arrivals/products/gekkos... Get an additional $10 in Bitcoins from Coinbase when purchasing through my referral link http://fredyen.com/get/Bitcoins Raspberry Pi: http://amzn.to/2l6yrW7... Some Helpful Links: • Buy Parts for a Mining Rig: http://amzn.to/2jSSsCz • Download NiceHash Miner: https://www.nicehash.com/?p=nhmintro • Choose a Wallet: h... Mining Bitcoin is as easy as installing the mining software on the PC you already own and clicking start. Anyone can do this and see the money start rolling ... bitcoin (dot) org [bitcoin wallet] bitminter (dot) com [client and workers] there will never be a better version of this.

#