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Does the network achieve a 'quiet state' or is it busy even once it has been synchronized?

Looking at the Java active threads in the IRI and assuming that the network has properly distributed all new transactions through the gossip & request processes, Does it enter a state of rest? Or ...
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Can the network get hung such that a new transaction can't properly infiltrate all nodes?

Given: All actors use the reference IRI software All the IRI P-PROBABILITY settings are stock The entire internet works flawlessly Can the network freeze from gossip-failure? Can the IRI not send ...
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How to understand if a transfer is an ingoing or an outgoing one by calling getAccountData?

I'd like to know how I can check if a transfer is an ingoing or an outgoing one, and know the respective sent/received amount by calling getAccountData from the Iota JavaScript library.
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Real incentives for running a full node?

IOTA requires a widespread global network consisting of a large number of nodes in order to function properly. Someone has to pay for the nodes that require bandwidth, memory and disk space. They are ...
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What is the typical network transaction amplification rate?

With IOTA, every neighbor, either directly or by request, is required to share the transactions it receives with its neighbors in order to ensure that the entire network sees all transactions ...
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How is the Gossip Protocol, which is used by IOTA, classified?

Wikipedia says: It is useful to distinguish three prevailing styles of gossip protocol: Dissemination protocols (or rumor-mongering protocols). Event dissemination protocols ...
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Raspberry Pi3 light node initialization error

I'would like to set up iri on a Raspberry Pi3 but when i try to build i receive the following error. java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class org.rocksdb.RocksDB
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Possibility of sending a IOTA transaction from a “micro-controller”?

Since IOTA is designed specifically for IoT, is there a specific library for micro-controllers such as ESP, such that we can interact (send a transaction) directly from a micro-controller to the IOTA ...
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Why is the Coordinator necessary if its confirmations will be rejected by other nodes if it acts maliciously?

It has been said many times that the Coordinator is not necessary because its confirmations will be rejected by other nodes if it acts maliciously. It follows that if other nodes can tell if the ...
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Economic Clustering and need for (Dezentralized) Coordinators?

In CfB's recent blog post on Economic Clustering and IOTA, he looks at a possible future of IOTA and envisions two different types of IOTA clusters: Cluster 0: A a set of Full Nodes that are ...
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Purging lazy neighbors - When does this happen and how?

Node transaction propagation is a critical part of consensus and this feature can be seen as crucial so that the network operates as specified in the whitepaper. In the Tangle whitepaper v1.4.3, a ...
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What is the blowball problem and what causes it?

According to IOTA Engineering: IRI 1.5.3 addresses the blowball problem seen on Mainnet. What exactly is the blowball problem and what causes it?
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Why is the requested hash size 46 bytes when the transaction hash size is 243 bytes?

In the IRI, the byte size of a request hash is defined as having 46 bytes: // Configuration.java public static final String REQ_HASH_SIZE = "46"; However, in Hash.java the hash size of a regular ...
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Pertaining to the required sequence, how can the requested transaction hash be the same as the received transaction hash?

In the IRI Node class, this code segment checks to see if the requested transaction hash is the same as the received transaction hash: https://github.com/iotaledger/iri/blob/dev/src/main/java/com/...
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Side-tangle and its solution

I still do not understand the whole side-tangle problem after reading the article by Dom. So this side-tangle starts by referencing some milestone and then grows further by adding txs which are only ...
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What IRI API commands should only be executed on a node that is synced to the latest milestone?

I want to load balance commands to my nodes. But not all nodes are equally fast. Some commands do not need a node that is completely up to date to finish successfully, like attachToTangle. Therefore I ...
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In IRI version 1.5.2, is the prevention of lazy tip selection a further entrenchment of the Coordinator?

For background, please read: https://blog.iota.org/coming-soon-iri-1-5-2-52114ca67a70 Under the hood, while doing validation, IRI will now remember the most recent milestone referenced by each ...
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Why is anyone with API access allowed to cancel the 'attachToTangle' operation of another user?

In the IRI, there is no filter that prevents anyone from cancelling another users 'attachToTangle' operation when the POW is in progress. See API.java, case "interruptAttachingToTangle" Why is that?
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How is the Iota software updated on nodes?

Iota is intended to be deployed on IoT devices which have low resources: low CPU power, low storage, low bandwidth, and low energy. How is it intended that the software is updated on nodes, given ...
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What is the exact stitching process that is being done on the tangle and side-tangle and who is doing it?

As a matter of transparency and of user and community education, I think it is important to properly catalog and make public the side-tangle-to-tangle stitching process that has been conducted by ...
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Invalid Transactions - Do those make a node bad?

I'm working on a application to track your neighbors. I want an indicator if there are any foul nodes. What's the deal with invalid transactions? They are an indicator that a node is bad, but how ...
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When is a transaction valid?

Which parts of a transaction need to have what value in order for it to be stored and broadcast by the IRI? I know that there are some bundle level conditions like valid signature sum of all values ...
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Do nodes reject a spam of zero-value transactions from a single node if it's getting too much?

What is considered "too much"? How could one circumvent this?
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How do I generate an IOTA address from a given seed in Javascript without making an HTTP(s) requst?

In all of the ways to getNewAddress() we have to call an iri node (reference). But using the seed it is a deterministic algorith, why do I have to use and http request to do that? How do I generate ...
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What prevents someone from using a Precomputed POW Spam Attack against the network?

What prevents someone from using a Precomputed POW Spam Attack against the network? A theoretical attack could use pre-made transactions to be released before their network expiry dates. Rounds of ...
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What does a node do if the two selected tips it has to validate are inconsistent?

Every article or blog post that I found only goes to the point where a node has selected two tips via the MCMC walk and checked them for consistency (and then states that if they are inconsistent the ...
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IRI gets stuck after a while

I run a node I setup after the manual of http://iota.partners/ I recently completely wiped it and installed the newest lubuntu 18.04 on it, but I had the same problems before. Yesterday I set ...
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Remove the necessity of Milestones

In the Original white paper of the IOTA there is no mention of the Milestone. In reality however, the IRI code is so tangled (pun intended) with the use of Milestones, that I was not able to run an ...
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How can I interpret these node statistics?

How can I interpret the given stats please? It is clear that the first node is syncing OK. The second is down—I can see this also in logs. But what about the other two? They're only sending but not ...
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Why were 4-byte integers chosen as the best way of storing individual trits within IOTA software?

update: Since this was posted, on Jun 11, an issue was opened by one of the IOTA Foundation developers to look into how to make the storage of trits use less memory. Although moving to a byte[] is not ...
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How do I send a transaction using only POST requests?

On small boards like arduino micro, NodeMCU(esp8266), or teensy, I cannot run an iota node or wallet. I can only transmit POST requests to a iri server. Given a seed, and a message, how do I attach ...
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How to check if my neighbors are synced

Is there a way to check if my neighbors are synced? I had a synced node (using the DB and 2 swarmnodes) and then added some neighbors (7). Since then, it seems that my node stopped being synced and ...
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What is Zero Message Queue? (ZMQ or ØMQ)

I read about real-time message stream (ZMQ) on iota docs: https://docs.iota.org/introduction/testnet/endpoints#realtime-message-stream---%C3%B8mq Anyone able to explain in a few words what it does ...
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Is it important to remove swarm nodes?

I use the iri in combination with field and nelson. I came into a synced status and then dropped the swarm nodes. Since then, the node often changes from "synced" to "unsynced" and back irregularly. ...
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What does the number behind “synced?” mean?

If you go to https://field.deviota.com/ and check for the node "codepleb", you notice that the node is not synced, but there is some kind of number at the end (even if it might be synced at this point ...
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How many transaction per second are registered by a full node?

I'm reading different answers about the txs/sec on the tangle and I think I'm missing something. Someone says that right now there are 1000 txs/sec, someone else says 1-2 txs/sec. What's the ...
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How to setup Full Node with IXI MAM?

I have mounted some Full Nodes and wrote a post in Hello IOTA Forum with a tutorial to do this from scratch. Now I am looking for info to setup a Full Node with MAM support. I have been searching and ...
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How much memory is needed on a full-node?

A full-node contains all transactions from the last snapshot but I'm wondering how can it contain everything (that's a lot of data). Does a full-node store every transaction completely? (the whole ...
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IoTA full node setup done but all transactions pending

I have followed http://iota.partners/ to setup a full node on my AWS. I am pretty sure that my security policy has opened the port for IoTA. The neighbor status: and then when my program status ...
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Risk of “attachToTangle” enabled on remote iri?

If I have attachToTangle enabled in my iri.ini config file, then can people send transactions to my server and my server will do proof of work for them? This seems like I could be taken advantage of. ...
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IXI module: Error debugging

I want to create a IXI module and there is something wrong " ERROR com.iota.iri.IXI - Script error". How can I tell IRI to just log the exact error of my IXI script? I just want to know which line ...
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No way to have an IRI 1.4.2.2 fullnode synchronized

For a long time I had a well synchronized 1.4.2.1 IRI fullnode running properly with neighbors managed by CarrIOTA Nelson. Then I updated IRI to 1.4.2.2 version and I never succeded in having a ...
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What is the purpose of including extra CRC32 packet data in the TCP/IP communications flow?

The TCP communications in the IRI sends and receives packets with 16 additional CRC32 bytes after the transaction data. Internet TCP/IP data is already check-summed. Furthermore, malformed data will ...
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How to enable debugging on IRI?

Once the user has installed a full node by downloading and starting an already compiled package (using e.g. these instructions), what steps can be taken to debug it? For example, the IRI GitHub page ...
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Why would PoW not be enabled by default in full-node installation instructions?

So I had went through the steps in this "IOTA Full Node Copy-Paste Installation Guide" and got the full node installed and running. I had earlier read in this "Making a Transaction" article here at ...
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Error when starting CarrIOTA Field: invalid value for upstreamProxy: “localhost:NaN”

I have some problem in my configuration of the CarrIOTA Field app, running on Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS and Node.js v8.9.4. I installed and attempted to launch it using the instructions here at GitHub. The ...
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How can I determine whether my node is successfully connected to CarrIOTA Field?

I installed and started the CarrIOTA Field Node.js app on my full server yesterday. As is explained in the GitHub instructions for the app I configured it to run as an auto-started process using PM2. ...
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Why is tipcount 0 after restart?

I noticed that after a IRI restart the tip-count starts from 0 again. But i was under the impression that those tips have already been persisted locally, so how come that after a restart all those ...
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Any known issues running CarrIOTA Field and CarrIOTA Nelson on the same server?

I have a full node and will probably attempt to install both CarrIOTA Field and CarrIOTA Nelson on it. Being that Nelson manages connections to neighbors and Field manages work from other Field nodes,...
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What is the benefit of dropping random packets and/or dropping random cached message data?

In the IRI, there is code designed to randomly drop TCP/UDP packets and/or to randomly thwart the data from TCP/UDP packets from being processed. Given that this is a random application to all data, ...