Drop connections that are either sending messages too fast to handle or are processing messages so slowly data starts to back up. Adds two new options: -maxreceivebuffer Default: 2000 (2000*1000 bytes) -maxsendbuffer Default: 256 (256*1000 bytes)
Thanks to MagicalTux for providing the data for node uptime Thanks to sgornick for scapy script to test node connectivity Closes https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues#issue/22
…e warning that the user's clock may be wrong.
… slow. Only update the database if it's a real change.
…s twice when calculating the number of slots left for incoming connections.
…-testnet, etc. Specifying -rpcssl=1 is the same as just -rpcssl, as for any other boolean flag, so let's show it the same in the help text.
…ing the version string. Show the version string in --help text too.
… into integration
…tions, as follows: -rpcport (default: 8332) -rpcconnect (default: 127.0.0.1) -keypool (default: 100) Edited the --help text to include the defaults.
…put to the console instead of to debug.log. The code for this was already in place, but there was no way other than editing the source and rebuilding to turn it on.
… into FIXES
If you copied your wallet and used it on two different machines, the balance reported by getbalance and the sum(listaccounts) could disagree, because you might receive payments for an address that is in your wallet but not your address book. Now all such transactions are credited to the default empty-string account.