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Re: Multigateway status reports
« Reply #120 on: April 18, 2014, 05:28:25 pm »

I did manage to get the libwebsockets working on ubuntu, at least I think it is working. I only have remote server access and no desktop.

http://209.126.71.170/ubuntu.zip has a test file. I dont expect it to do much, just hope that it interacts with http://209.126.71.170/api.html

Not all forms work, but the NXTorrent section should at least do something

If you have ubuntu desktop, just download the ubuntu.zip and run the NXTprotocol_test file.

I would like to know if you get anything interesting happening in the text window or the browser

VanBreuk pointed me to a cross platform sockets library and I got that integrated in for ubuntu and Mac. In the laborious process of getting a Windows dev environment setup. Theoretically everything should be portable as there is even a pthread library for windows.

Making slow progress in getting to a cross platform code base. Not sure how long this will take, but it seems clear that it needs to be done.

James

it seems to be doing something on ubuntu.
The console shows it is scanning blocks.

Code: [Select]
NXT.74329 HIST timestamp.12545905 lag.497 NEW block.(884148407653481877) vs lastblock.(5220721533726672280) -> (5757168833205299378)
NXT.74330 HIST timestamp.12545982 lag.420 NEW block.(5757168833205299378) vs lastblock.(884148407653481877) -> (12746900890174342166)
HIST Waiting for hashtable queue to catchup: 1397840801
HIST Historical processing has finished: 1397840801
NXT.74333  timestamp.12546415 lag.11 NEW block.(7198590531545550036) vs lastblock.(16562822566049108305) -> ()
NXT.74334  timestamp.12546554 lag.32 NEW block.(13276547175619594509) vs lastblock.(7198590531545550036) -> (5006581464986821178)
NXT.74335  timestamp.12546565 lag.31 NEW block.(5006581464986821178) vs lastblock.(13276547175619594509) -> ()
NXT.74336  timestamp.12546589 lag.17 NEW block.(15215150350929899546) vs lastblock.(5006581464986821178) -> ()

I dont see anything different in the web browser. Im using nrs 9.6
if you go to the api.html page and submit a NXTorrent listing, what appears in the text window?
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Re: Multigateway status reports
« Reply #121 on: April 18, 2014, 06:56:24 pm »

I did manage to get the libwebsockets working on ubuntu, at least I think it is working. I only have remote server access and no desktop.

http://209.126.71.170/ubuntu.zip has a test file. I dont expect it to do much, just hope that it interacts with http://209.126.71.170/api.html

Not all forms work, but the NXTorrent section should at least do something

If you have ubuntu desktop, just download the ubuntu.zip and run the NXTprotocol_test file.

I would like to know if you get anything interesting happening in the text window or the browser

VanBreuk pointed me to a cross platform sockets library and I got that integrated in for ubuntu and Mac. In the laborious process of getting a Windows dev environment setup. Theoretically everything should be portable as there is even a pthread library for windows.

Making slow progress in getting to a cross platform code base. Not sure how long this will take, but it seems clear that it needs to be done.

James

it seems to be doing something on ubuntu.
The console shows it is scanning blocks.

Code: [Select]
NXT.74329 HIST timestamp.12545905 lag.497 NEW block.(884148407653481877) vs lastblock.(5220721533726672280) -> (5757168833205299378)
NXT.74330 HIST timestamp.12545982 lag.420 NEW block.(5757168833205299378) vs lastblock.(884148407653481877) -> (12746900890174342166)
HIST Waiting for hashtable queue to catchup: 1397840801
HIST Historical processing has finished: 1397840801
NXT.74333  timestamp.12546415 lag.11 NEW block.(7198590531545550036) vs lastblock.(16562822566049108305) -> ()
NXT.74334  timestamp.12546554 lag.32 NEW block.(13276547175619594509) vs lastblock.(7198590531545550036) -> (5006581464986821178)
NXT.74335  timestamp.12546565 lag.31 NEW block.(5006581464986821178) vs lastblock.(13276547175619594509) -> ()
NXT.74336  timestamp.12546589 lag.17 NEW block.(15215150350929899546) vs lastblock.(5006581464986821178) -> ()

I dont see anything different in the web browser. Im using nrs 9.6
if you go to the api.html page and submit a NXTorrent listing, what appears in the text window?

When accessing http://127.0.0.1:7777/api with firefox
Code: [Select]
    GET URI = /api n.0
    Host = 127.0.0.1:7777 n.2
    Connection = keep-alive n.3
    Accept: = text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 n.18
    Accept-Encoding: = gzip, deflate n.20
    Accept-Language: = en-US,en;q=0.5 n.21
lwsts[2454]: Unknown mimetype for /usr/local/share/api

This is at the bottom of the api page
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HTTP/1.0 415 Unsupported Media Type Server: libwebsockets Content-Type: text/html
415 Unsupported Media Type


When posting this listing:

Post an Item for Sale:
Item Title:    Tribbles
Item Type:    Pets
Item Description:    Fuzzy Furry Tribbles
Item Price (in NXT):    25

I see no reponse in the terminal

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Re: Multigateway status reports
« Reply #122 on: April 18, 2014, 07:10:35 pm »

I did manage to get the libwebsockets working on ubuntu, at least I think it is working. I only have remote server access and no desktop.

http://209.126.71.170/ubuntu.zip has a test file. I dont expect it to do much, just hope that it interacts with http://209.126.71.170/api.html

Not all forms work, but the NXTorrent section should at least do something

If you have ubuntu desktop, just download the ubuntu.zip and run the NXTprotocol_test file.

I would like to know if you get anything interesting happening in the text window or the browser

VanBreuk pointed me to a cross platform sockets library and I got that integrated in for ubuntu and Mac. In the laborious process of getting a Windows dev environment setup. Theoretically everything should be portable as there is even a pthread library for windows.

Making slow progress in getting to a cross platform code base. Not sure how long this will take, but it seems clear that it needs to be done.

James

it seems to be doing something on ubuntu.
The console shows it is scanning blocks.

Code: [Select]
NXT.74329 HIST timestamp.12545905 lag.497 NEW block.(884148407653481877) vs lastblock.(5220721533726672280) -> (5757168833205299378)
NXT.74330 HIST timestamp.12545982 lag.420 NEW block.(5757168833205299378) vs lastblock.(884148407653481877) -> (12746900890174342166)
HIST Waiting for hashtable queue to catchup: 1397840801
HIST Historical processing has finished: 1397840801
NXT.74333  timestamp.12546415 lag.11 NEW block.(7198590531545550036) vs lastblock.(16562822566049108305) -> ()
NXT.74334  timestamp.12546554 lag.32 NEW block.(13276547175619594509) vs lastblock.(7198590531545550036) -> (5006581464986821178)
NXT.74335  timestamp.12546565 lag.31 NEW block.(5006581464986821178) vs lastblock.(13276547175619594509) -> ()
NXT.74336  timestamp.12546589 lag.17 NEW block.(15215150350929899546) vs lastblock.(5006581464986821178) -> ()

I dont see anything different in the web browser. Im using nrs 9.6
if you go to the api.html page and submit a NXTorrent listing, what appears in the text window?

When accessing http://127.0.0.1:7777/api with firefox
Code: [Select]
    GET URI = /api n.0
    Host = 127.0.0.1:7777 n.2
    Connection = keep-alive n.3
    Accept: = text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 n.18
    Accept-Encoding: = gzip, deflate n.20
    Accept-Language: = en-US,en;q=0.5 n.21
lwsts[2454]: Unknown mimetype for /usr/local/share/api

This is at the bottom of the api page
Quote
HTTP/1.0 415 Unsupported Media Type Server: libwebsockets Content-Type: text/html
415 Unsupported Media Type


When posting this listing:

Post an Item for Sale:
Item Title:    Tribbles
Item Type:    Pets
Item Description:    Fuzzy Furry Tribbles
Item Price (in NXT):    25

I see no reponse in the terminal
I am having some problems with the forms. I think it is just a matter of getting the HTML handshake fixed.
At least it is running on ubuntu. I will look into this next week
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Re: Multigateway status reports
« Reply #123 on: April 18, 2014, 07:33:39 pm »

saturn coin going pos and multipool just announced buy orders plowed throught 15btc worth of sell orders at 8 9 10 satashis not at 11.. just letting you know...
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Re: Multigateway status reports
« Reply #124 on: April 21, 2014, 08:16:11 pm »

http://www.righto.com/2014/02/bitcoins-hard-way-using-raw-bitcoin.html
http://exiledbear.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/criticisms-of-bitcoins-raw-txn-format/

NXT core is so much cleaner! I'm not the only one puzzled by bitcoin's tx format, then again I havent delved into the NXT raw format,but so far havent had to

Anyway, just wanted to let people know that multigateway is being code reviewed and I am also preparing Windows compatibility for the websockets exe that will include all my projects in a single cross platform release. I will be using libuv which is used by some other well known projects, like node.js

A bit of a delay, but it will be well worth it to get a scalable platform, especially since libuv supports plugins, threading and networking in a cross platform way

James

P.S. I am also figuring out how to properly integrate multigateway with NXTsubatomic (and NXTatomic) and InstantDEX.
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« Reply #125 on: April 21, 2014, 09:28:00 pm »

Will it be easy to add blackcoin?

The reason I ask that it is the first mining community that see the benefits of full POS. They like the multipool idea as they can keep mining. Know any other POS 'coins' they might be interested in? ;D

Or you can really pee them off by adding whitecoin, which I think is a fork of blackcoin :D ;D
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« Reply #126 on: April 21, 2014, 09:56:27 pm »

Will it be easy to add blackcoin?

The reason I ask that it is the first mining community that see the benefits of full POS. They like the multipool idea as they can keep mining. Know any other POS 'coins' they might be interested in? ;D
I added it to the source code and am downloading the blockchain. So yes, I can add it, but since it is a peercoin clone and peercoin doesnt support multisig yet, it probably wont work...
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« Reply #127 on: April 21, 2014, 10:09:13 pm »

Will it be easy to add blackcoin?

The reason I ask that it is the first mining community that see the benefits of full POS. They like the multipool idea as they can keep mining. Know any other POS 'coins' they might be interested in? ;D
I added it to the source code and am downloading the block chain. So yes, I can add it, but since it is a peercoin clone and peercoin doesnt support multisig yet, it probably wont work...

Oh yes, I remember you mentioned that before :-\

They are big on the multisig idea when i bought it up but onlyevery other coin ever will be too. So no biggy ;D
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« Reply #128 on: April 22, 2014, 02:29:48 pm »


As seen from peercointalk.org that the Peercoin community is working on the multiSig problem. Hope progress in the near future.
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« Reply #129 on: April 22, 2014, 02:42:06 pm »

link pls?

Thanks  ;D
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« Reply #130 on: April 22, 2014, 10:09:35 pm »

Just released NXTsubatomic_v00 for testing, but since testnet is still wonky, I think I will see if I can get an atomic swap of two NXT transactions.

That will sure be nice and handy to be able to do!

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« Reply #131 on: April 22, 2014, 10:52:48 pm »

Jame,

I have a feeling you answered this somewhere already but the guys are asking about a multisig and ae tie up.

See https://nxtforum.org/nxt-promotion/promotion-of-ae/msg10906/#new
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« Reply #132 on: April 30, 2014, 01:50:57 pm »

You have another fan asking when multisig will be ready  ::)   ;D

I have posted an extract from the comments you made of the 22nd April, with a link. Update them if you want  ;D ;D ;D

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=587007.msg6474122;topicseen#new
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« Reply #133 on: May 12, 2014, 12:09:49 am »

For those who missed it, I made a release of NXTservices_v03, which includes deposit support for multigateway.
Working on porting withdraw support to the new codebase today.
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« Reply #134 on: May 12, 2014, 04:25:17 am »

All the inconsistent curl behavior bugged me to no end. So I rewrote the bitcoind_RPC.c and now the Mac which used to go really fast all the time, now gets sporadic 2 second pauses. Really kills performance.

Anyway, I finally found a pretty good article that describes the problem http://devblog.songkick.com/2012/11/27/a-second-here-a-second-there/

So, now mac is back to full speed. Now lets hope the ubuntu and Windows performance is also fixed.

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« Reply #135 on: May 12, 2014, 03:37:13 pm »

I am seeing a lot of errors with the ubuntu client v.0

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0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
NXT.95437  timestamp.14613801 lag.-15 NEW block.(16484442309354311875) vs lastblock.(13054178980505095375) -> ()
send 600 bytes to socket.14
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« Reply #136 on: May 12, 2014, 03:42:23 pm »

I am seeing a lot of errors with the ubuntu client v.0

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0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x1d74600 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
0x7f74d8df3e90 key.() len.0 is too big for NXTaddrs 24, FATAL
NXT.95437  timestamp.14613801 lag.-15 NEW block.(16484442309354311875) vs lastblock.(13054178980505095375) -> ()
send 600 bytes to socket.14
Those error messages indicate your didnt disable POST enforcement in the .conf file
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« Reply #137 on: May 12, 2014, 06:04:06 pm »



Is this discussed somewhere? If so I missed it.

I do not see a .conf file. Is in the ~/ directory or should it be in the application folder?

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« Reply #138 on: May 12, 2014, 06:07:04 pm »



Is this discussed somewhere? If so I missed it.

I do not see a .conf file. Is in the ~/ directory or should it be in the application folder?

That would be the .conf file in your NXT folder. Looking at my machine, it's:

nxt/conf/nxt-default.properties

So, not actually a .conf file :)

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« Reply #139 on: May 12, 2014, 06:40:53 pm »



Is this discussed somewhere? If so I missed it.

I do not see a .conf file. Is in the ~/ directory or should it be in the application folder?

That would be the .conf file in your NXT folder. Looking at my machine, it's:

nxt/conf/nxt-default.properties

So, not actually a .conf file :)

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