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Update petertodd's testnet seed #8204

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petertodd commented Jun 15, 2016

New seed with servicebit filtering support.

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FYI I have no plans to take down the old testnet seed anytime soon, and the two are running on separate servers to avoid having the new servicebits stuff cause any issues. This seed's service bit whitelist is also setup to return the RBF bit, and there will be an analogous mainnet version of it on seed.btc.petertodd.org shortly.

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FYI I have no plans to take down the old testnet seed anytime soon, and the two are running on separate servers to avoid having the new servicebits stuff cause any issues. This seed's service bit whitelist is also setup to return the RBF bit, and there will be an analogous mainnet version of it on seed.btc.petertodd.org shortly.

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dig A x9.seed.tbtc.petertodd.org results in a list with 23 IPs (I think we have only a handful [even less] of SW nodes).
Took out an random IP (139.59.169.37) and checked the service bits (00000005).

I guess seed.tbtc.petertodd.org runs still the bitcoin-seeder without filter support?

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jonasschnelli commented Jun 15, 2016

dig A x9.seed.tbtc.petertodd.org results in a list with 23 IPs (I think we have only a handful [even less] of SW nodes).
Took out an random IP (139.59.169.37) and checked the service bits (00000005).

I guess seed.tbtc.petertodd.org runs still the bitcoin-seeder without filter support?

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@jonasschnelli Huh, weird, it's definitely running the seeder with filter support, no doubt about that. Maybe the seeder has a bug? Or those aren't actually real nodes? The seed was just started for the first time earlier today if that means anything.

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petertodd commented Jun 15, 2016

@jonasschnelli Huh, weird, it's definitely running the seeder with filter support, no doubt about that. Maybe the seeder has a bug? Or those aren't actually real nodes? The seed was just started for the first time earlier today if that means anything.

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Anything left to be done here?

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laanwj commented Jun 23, 2016

Anything left to be done here?

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@laanwj Go ahead and merge; the possible issue @jonasschnelli would be only on my end, and any fix for it would require no changes to Bitcoin Core's codebase.

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petertodd commented Jun 23, 2016

@laanwj Go ahead and merge; the possible issue @jonasschnelli would be only on my end, and any fix for it would require no changes to Bitcoin Core's codebase.

@laanwj laanwj merged commit d80efec into bitcoin:master Jun 23, 2016

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Merge #8204: Update petertodd's testnet seed
d80efec Update petertodd's testnet seed (Peter Todd)
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