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1.4.5 Release notes

This is an optional release, and squashes a couple of bugs that were reported by Phore users:

  • Some users have been reporting a problem sending more than a certain amount of Phore, with error messages related to SwiftX. We had removed the SwiftX checkbox in the last release, so to address this bug we have restored it. There is no reason to use SwiftX for most normal Phore transactions, and as long as that checkbox is not checked, you should no longer encounter these issues.
  • A long standing issue has been reported periodically about the timestamp of transactions not being shown accurately in the Transactions tab. Liray-undelich found a way to fix this, so the times for your staking and masternode rewards should be more accurate going forward.

This is an optional release for both wallets and masternodes. Version 1.3.3.1 and version 1.4.4 nodes are both compatible with this version. Please note however, if you upgrade your masternodes, you will need to also upgrade your wallet that controls the masternodes before you can start them.

Phore Core version 1.4.5 is now available from:

https://phore.io/

Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:

https://github.com/phoreproject/phore/issues

How to Upgrade Wallets

Shut down the older version wallet, shut it down. Wait until it has completely
shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the
installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Phore-Qt (on Mac) or
phored/phore-qt (on Linux).

How to Upgrade Masternodes

When upgrading masternodes, upgrade your controller wallet first. There are two ways people have installed masternodes, and to know how to upgrade, you first need to know which method yours was installed with. If you know you have more than one masternode running on a single VPS, then your masternodes were installed with the VPS installation script, and you can proceed to that section.

For those running a single masternode on a VPS, log in to your masternode VPS, and run the following command to see how the phored daemon is running:

ps -ef | grep phored

For server with an active masternode, that will print out the line you just ran (ps -ef etc.) and also one line that shows the running phored daemon command.

For masternodes installed with the VPS installation script, it will look like this:

mastern+ 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 /usr/local/bin/phored -daemon -pid=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1/phore.pid -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf -datadir=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1

For masternodes installed with either the original type-in-all-the-commands way, or with liray-undelich's masternode automation script, it will look more like this:

root 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 phored -daemon

There could be some variations, but the main difference that matters is the -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf part. That is a clear sign of the VPS installation script, and if nothing is there like that, it is one of the other methods. Proceed to either the VPS Installation Script or Other Installation Method section accordingly.

VPS Installation Script Method

For a single masternode installed with the VPS script method, upgrading the masternode can be done with the following commands after logging in to your VPS, with each command on a separate line, pressing Enter after each one:

rm -rf /root/vps
git clone https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
cd /root/vps
./install.sh -p phore -u
After that completes, then type:

systemctl restart phore_n1
To verify the status of the masternode after restarting with the upgraded version, type:

phore-cli --conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf masternode status
If it says started successfully, that may be all you need to do. If it tells you that it is a hot node awaiting activation, go back to your controller wallet, open the debug console, and type the following, replacing "aliasname" with the name you used for your masternode:

startmasternode alias false "aliasname"

Other Installation Method

For anyone who used the phore-masternode-automation script, that also has upgrade instructions that can be found at the link below, which really is just logging in to your VPS and entering the following command all on one line:

curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation/master/masternode-setup.sh | bash -s -- -u -v 1.4.5
For those who installed masternodes with another method, you can download the linux binaries to your VPS, replace them in either /root or /usr/local/bin depending on where you have them installed, and restart your masternodes.

cd /root
wget https://github.com/phoreproject/Phore/releases/download/v1.4.4/phore-1.4.4-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
tar zxvf phore-1.4.5-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
mkdir phore-old
mv /usr/local/bin/phore* phore-old/
cp /root/phore-1.4.5/bin/phore* /usr/local/bin/
phore-cli stop
phored -daemon
After either of these methods, check the status of the masternode on the VPS with:

phore-cli masternode status
If it tells you it is not a masternode, wait a minute and try again. If if says it is awaiting remote activation, go back to your wallet and start it with the following command in the debug console, replacing with the name you gave it in your wallet:

startmasternode alias false
After that, you can verify it is working with a couple of steps. First, on the VPS, type:

phore-cli masternode status
That should now say it is started successfully. Then after about 15 or 20 minutes from when you started the masternode, verify on your Phore wallet masternode tab, in the Active column, that the time has started counting up from zero. If it is, you're in good shape.

Reinstalling using a new VPS

You also have the option of starting over with a new VPS, and following one of the two mostly-automated VPS installation script guides available here:

https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
https://github.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation

If you do that, you can set up the new VPS and then delete your old VPS once you have the new one ready to activate.

bootstrap.dat

It is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, for example if it gets stuck on a specific block and won't continue syncing, in some cases it may help to use a bootstrap.dat file that provides a local copy of all of the blocks up to a certain point. The team has provided a recent bootstrap.dat file to help with troubleshooting in these cases. Unless you have a very slow Internet connection, it is not significantly faster to load blocks from a bootstrap.dat file than it is to load it over the network--it is mostly useful in cases when a user is having issues with that completing successfully.

For last resort troubleshooting where even the bootstrap.dat is failing, we have also provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the bootstrap.dat file, shut down your wallet or masternode if it was already running, download, uncompress and move the file to the Phore data directory, and start your wallet/masternode. It will load the blockchain up to the last block contained in the bootstrap.dat file and then switch to loading blocks over the network.

Phore Snapshot

Once again, it is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, or for rare cases where even the bootstrap.dat does not work, we have provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory. Using the snapshot will be faster than loading the blocks from the network, but is less secure because your wallet/masternode is assuming that all of the blocks are valid instead of validating each one as it is received from peers.

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the Phore snapshot:

If your wallet/masternode has never been run before, start your wallet/masternode to have it create the initial Phore data directory. If you have an existing wallet you can skip this step.
Shut down the wallet/masternode.
Delete the following folders: blocks, chainstate, sporks, and zerocoin.
Download and uncompress the same folders into the Phore data directory.
Start your wallet/masternode.
Your wallet/masternode should load the snapshot database and continue syncing the blockchain from that point forward.

Notes on the above process:

The default locations of the Phore wallet data directory that contains the four folders above can be found in our wallet troubleshooting FAQ: https://forum.phore.io/t/phore-wallet-troubleshooting-frequently-asked-questions-faq/106

For Phore masternodes, the default Phore data directory location for masternodes installed using the VPS script method would be /var/lib/masternodes/phore1, and if you are running more than one masternode on the VPS, you can use /var/lib/masternodes/phore2, and so on for each masternode.

For Phore masternodes installed using other methods, in most cases the Phore data directory will be found in the /root/.phore directory.

On Windows, 7zip is one option to uncompress .tar.gz files. Please note you have to run the file through 7zip twice--once to unzip the gzipped file into a tar file, and a second time opening the tar file to extract the individual folders and files it contains.

For OSX or Linux, after deleting the four folders listed above, you can copy the snapshot file into the Phore data folder, navigate to that folder using Terminal, and uncompress it using the command tar zxvf PhoreSnapshot.tar.gz

Credits

Michael (Moonshot)
liray-unendlich

@tohsnoom tohsnoom released this Nov 3, 2018 · 5 commits to master since this release

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1.4.4 Release notes

This release includes a major user interface improvement for the Phore wallet on all platforms. We have updated the wallet to reflect our latest branding and improve the Phore user experience. Thanks so much especially to Joe for his hard work, we think it looks great and we hope you like it.

We have also added a new tab to the wallet for Phore masternode owners--you can now vote on Phore budget governance proposals directly using the Phore-Qt GUI interface! Thanks to Kolby for his contribution integrating this into Phore. We also really appreciate liray-undelich and Borkmywork for contributing Japanese and Dutch translations for the new proposal tab.

This release also includes some continued work on SegWit as we prepare to activate it on the Phore network. In our testing we have discovered some features we want to add before activation, and that work will continue into a future release. We also changed some of our testnet parameters to help make it easier to launch and use to test future releases. If you'd like to use the Phore testnet, please reach out to someone on the Phore team and we'd be happy to send you some tPHR for testing.

Finally, we have refactored some code and squashed some bugs, most notably we have fixed an issue that under some conditions would cause the Phore-Qt wallet to stop staking. It is more resilient now and we expect users staking their Phore will see more consistent staking rewards over longer periods of time.

This is an optional release for both wallets and masternodes. The protocol version did change with this release, but v1.3.3.1 will continue to work and be compatible with v1.4.4 nodes. Please note however, if you upgrade your masternodes, you will need to also upgrade your wallet that controls the masternodes before you can start them.

Phore Core version 1.4.4 is now available from:

https://phore.io/

Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:

https://github.com/phoreproject/phore/issues

How to Upgrade Wallets

Shut down the older version wallet, shut it down. Wait until it has completely
shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the
installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Phore-Qt (on Mac) or
phored/phore-qt (on Linux).

How to Upgrade Masternodes

When upgrading masternodes, upgrade your controller wallet first. There are two ways people have installed masternodes, and to know how to upgrade, you first need to know which method yours was installed with. If you know you have more than one masternode running on a single VPS, then your masternodes were installed with the VPS installation script, and you can proceed to that section.

For those running a single masternode on a VPS, log in to your masternode VPS, and run the following command to see how the phored daemon is running:

ps -ef | grep phored

For server with an active masternode, that will print out the line you just ran (ps -ef etc.) and also one line that shows the running phored daemon command.

For masternodes installed with the VPS installation script, it will look like this:

mastern+ 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 /usr/local/bin/phored -daemon -pid=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1/phore.pid -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf -datadir=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1

For masternodes installed with either the original type-in-all-the-commands way, or with liray-undelich's masternode automation script, it will look more like this:

root 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 phored -daemon

There could be some variations, but the main difference that matters is the -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf part. That is a clear sign of the VPS installation script, and if nothing is there like that, it is one of the other methods. Proceed to either the VPS Installation Script or Other Installation Method section accordingly.

VPS Installation Script Method

For a single masternode installed with the VPS script method, upgrading the masternode can be done with the following commands after logging in to your VPS, with each command on a separate line, pressing Enter after each one:

rm -rf /root/vps
git clone https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
cd /root/vps
./install.sh -p phore -u
After that completes, then type:

systemctl restart phore_n1
To verify the status of the masternode after restarting with the upgraded version, type:

phore-cli --conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf masternode status
If it says started successfully, that may be all you need to do. If it tells you that it is a hot node awaiting activation, go back to your controller wallet, open the debug console, and type the following, replacing "aliasname" with the name you used for your masternode:

startmasternode alias false "aliasname"

Other Installation Method

For anyone who used the phore-masternode-automation script, that also has upgrade instructions that can be found at the link below, which really is just logging in to your VPS and entering the following command all on one line:

curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation/master/masternode-setup.sh | bash -s -- -u -v 1.4.4
For those who installed masternodes with another method, you can download the linux binaries to your VPS, replace them in either /root or /usr/local/bin depending on where you have them installed, and restart your masternodes.

cd /root
wget https://github.com/phoreproject/Phore/releases/download/v1.4.4/phore-1.4.4-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
tar zxvf phore-1.4.4-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
mkdir phore-old
mv /usr/local/bin/phore* phore-old/
cp /root/phore-1.4.4/bin/phore* /usr/local/bin/
phore-cli stop
phored -daemon
After either of these methods, check the status of the masternode on the VPS with:

phore-cli masternode status
If it tells you it is not a masternode, wait a minute and try again. If if says it is awaiting remote activation, go back to your wallet and start it with the following command in the debug console, replacing with the name you gave it in your wallet:

startmasternode alias false
After that, you can verify it is working with a couple of steps. First, on the VPS, type:

phore-cli masternode status
That should now say it is started successfully. Then after about 15 or 20 minutes from when you started the masternode, verify on your Phore wallet masternode tab, in the Active column, that the time has started counting up from zero. If it is, you're in good shape.

Reinstalling using a new VPS

You also have the option of starting over with a new VPS, and following one of the two mostly-automated VPS installation script guides available here:

https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
https://github.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation

If you do that, you can set up the new VPS and then delete your old VPS once you have the new one ready to activate.

bootstrap.dat

It is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, for example if it gets stuck on a specific block and won't continue syncing, in some cases it may help to use a bootstrap.dat file that provides a local copy of all of the blocks up to a certain point. The team has provided a recent bootstrap.dat file to help with troubleshooting in these cases. Unless you have a very slow Internet connection, it is not significantly faster to load blocks from a bootstrap.dat file than it is to load it over the network--it is mostly useful in cases when a user is having issues with that completing successfully.

For last resort troubleshooting where even the bootstrap.dat is failing, we have also provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the bootstrap.dat file, shut down your wallet or masternode if it was already running, download, uncompress and move the file to the Phore data directory, and start your wallet/masternode. It will load the blockchain up to the last block contained in the bootstrap.dat file and then switch to loading blocks over the network.

Phore Snapshot

Once again, it is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, or for rare cases where even the bootstrap.dat does not work, we have provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory. Using the snapshot will be faster than loading the blocks from the network, but is less secure because your wallet/masternode is assuming that all of the blocks are valid instead of validating each one as it is received from peers.

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the Phore snapshot:

If your wallet/masternode has never been run before, start your wallet/masternode to have it create the initial Phore data directory. If you have an existing wallet you can skip this step.
Shut down the wallet/masternode.
Delete the following folders: blocks, chainstate, sporks, and zerocoin.
Download and uncompress the same folders into the Phore data directory.
Start your wallet/masternode.
Your wallet/masternode should load the snapshot database and continue syncing the blockchain from that point forward.

Notes on the above process:

The default locations of the Phore wallet data directory that contains the four folders above can be found in our wallet troubleshooting FAQ: https://forum.phore.io/t/phore-wallet-troubleshooting-frequently-asked-questions-faq/106

For Phore masternodes, the default Phore data directory location for masternodes installed using the VPS script method would be /var/lib/masternodes/phore1, and if you are running more than one masternode on the VPS, you can use /var/lib/masternodes/phore2, and so on for each masternode.

For Phore masternodes installed using other methods, in most cases the Phore data directory will be found in the /root/.phore directory.

On Windows, 7zip is one option to uncompress .tar.gz files. Please note you have to run the file through 7zip twice--once to unzip the gzipped file into a tar file, and a second time opening the tar file to extract the individual folders and files it contains.

For OSX or Linux, after deleting the four folders listed above, you can copy the snapshot file into the Phore data folder, navigate to that folder using Terminal, and uncompress it using the command tar zxvf PhoreSnapshot.tar.gz

Credits

Michael (Moonshot)
Julian Meyer
wqking
Joe Hughes
Kolby Moroz
liray-unendlich
Borkmywork

@tohsnoom tohsnoom released this Jul 28, 2018 · 168 commits to master since this release

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1.3.3.1 Release notes

MANDATORY UPGRADE RELEASE

All wallets and masternodes should upgrade to v1.3.3.1, which includes changes to help reduce some recent forking, blockchain syncing issues, and other error messages some users have recently experienced. We try to avoid users needing to upgrade masternodes and wallets soon after another required upgrade, but we believe this will help alleviate the issues some users have been seeing recently, and reduce the probability of forks going forward.

As previously communicated, v1.2.2 wallets and masternodes (that shows up as v3.0.5-53 in About Phore Core, and "version": 1020200 using getinfo from the debug console or phore-cli) should still continue to work until around August 11th (block 468,744), but we recommend users with v1.2.2 wallets and masternodes upgrade to v1.3.3.1 as soon as possible as well.

Phore Core version 1.3.3.1 is now available from:

https://phore.io/

Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:

https://github.com/phoreproject/phore/issues

How to Upgrade Wallets

Shut down the older version wallet, shut it down. Wait until it has completely
shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the
installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Phore-Qt (on Mac) or
phored/phore-qt (on Linux).

How to Upgrade Masternodes

When upgrading masternodes, upgrade your controller wallet first. There are two ways people have installed masternodes, and to know how to upgrade, you first need to know which method yours was installed with. If you know you have more than one masternode running on a single VPS, then your masternodes were installed with the VPS installation script, and you can proceed to that section.

For those running a single masternode on a VPS, log in to your masternode VPS, and run the following command to see how the phored daemon is running:

ps -ef | grep phored

For server with an active masternode, that will print out the line you just ran (ps -ef etc.) and also one line that shows the running phored daemon command.

For masternodes installed with the VPS installation script, it will look like this:

mastern+ 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 /usr/local/bin/phored -daemon -pid=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1/phore.pid -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf -datadir=/var/lib/masternodes/phore1

For masternodes installed with either the original type-in-all-the-commands way, or with liray-undelich's masternode automation script, it will look more like this:

root 20646 1 1 Jul12 ? 00:19:02 phored -daemon

There could be some variations, but the main difference that matters is the -conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf part. That is a clear sign of the VPS installation script, and if nothing is there like that, it is one of the other methods. Proceed to either the VPS Installation Script or Other Installation Method section accordingly.

VPS Installation Script Method

For a single masternode installed with the VPS script method, upgrading the masternode can be done with the following commands after logging in to your VPS, with each command on a separate line, pressing Enter after each one:

rm -rf /root/vps
git clone https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
cd /root/vps
./install.sh -p phore -u

After that completes, then type:

systemctl restart phore_n1

To verify the status of the masternode after restarting with the upgraded version, type:

phore-cli --conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf masternode status

If it says started successfully, that may be all you need to do. If it tells you that it is a hot node awaiting activation, go back to your controller wallet, open the debug console, and type the following, replacing "aliasname" with the name you used for your masternode:

startmasternode alias false "aliasname"

Other Installation Method

For anyone who used the phore-masternode-automation script, that also has upgrade instructions that can be found at the link below, which really is just logging in to your VPS and entering the following command all on one line:

curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation/master/masternode-setup.sh | bash -s -- -u -v 1.3.3.1

For those who installed masternodes with another method, you can download the linux binaries to your VPS, replace them in either /root or /usr/local/bin depending on where you have them installed, and restart your masternodes.

cd /root
wget https://github.com/phoreproject/Phore/releases/download/v1.3.3.1/phore-1.3.3.1-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
tar zxvf phore-1.3.3.1-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
mkdir phore-old
mv /usr/local/bin/phore* phore-old/
cp /root/phore-1.3.3/bin/phore* /usr/local/bin/
phore-cli stop
phored -daemon 

After either of these methods, check the status of the masternode on the VPS with:

phore-cli masternode status

If it tells you it is not a masternode, wait a minute and try again. If if says it is awaiting remote activation, go back to your wallet and start it with the following command in the debug console, replacing with the name you gave it in your wallet:

startmasternode alias false <aliasname>

After that, you can verify it is working with a couple of steps. First, on the VPS, type:

phore-cli masternode status

That should now say it is started successfully. Then after about 15 or 20 minutes from when you started the masternode, verify on your Phore wallet masternode tab, in the Active column, that the time has started counting up from zero. If it is, you're in good shape.

Reinstalling using a new VPS

You also have the option of starting over with a new VPS, and following one of the two mostly-automated VPS installation script guides available here:

https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
https://github.com/liray-unendlich/phore-masternode-automation

If you do that, you can set up the new VPS and then delete your old VPS once you have the new one ready to activate.

bootstrap.dat

It is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, for example if it gets stuck on a specific block and won't continue syncing, in some cases it may help to use a bootstrap.dat file that provides a local copy of all of the blocks up to a certain point. The team has provided a recent bootstrap.dat file to help with troubleshooting in these cases. Unless you have a very slow Internet connection, it is not significantly faster to load blocks from a bootstrap.dat file than it is to load it over the network--it is mostly useful in cases when a user is having issues with that completing successfully.

For last resort troubleshooting where even the bootstrap.dat is failing, we have also provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the bootstrap.dat file, shut down your wallet or masternode if it was already running, download, uncompress and move the file to the Phore data directory, and start your wallet/masternode. It will load the blockchain up to the last block contained in the bootstrap.dat file and then switch to loading blocks over the network.

Phore Snapshot

Once again, it is more secure and recommended to sync the Phore blockchain over the network from other Phore nodes. However, if you have issues with your Phore wallet/masternode syncing the blockchain, and in rare cases where even the bootstrap.dat is failing, we have provided a snapshot of the key folders in the Phore data directory. Using the snapshot will be faster than loading the blocks from the network, but is less secure because your wallet/masternode is assuming that all of the blocks are valid instead of validating each one as it is received from peers.

Any time you are using either a bootstrap.dat file or a snapshot of the Phore data directory, you use this at your own risk. Do not use bootstrap.dat or snapshot files that are from any unofficial sources, as your node is trusting that the data is from the correct Phore blockchain.

To use the Phore snapshot:

  • If your wallet/masternode has never been run before, start your wallet/masternode to have it create the initial Phore data directory. If you have an existing wallet you can skip this step.
  • Shut down the wallet/masternode.
  • Delete the following folders: blocks, chainstate, sporks, and zerocoin.
  • Download and uncompress the same folders into the Phore data directory.
  • Start your wallet/masternode.

Your wallet/masternode should load the snapshot database and continue syncing the blockchain from that point forward.

Notes on the above process:

  • The default locations of the Phore wallet data directory that contains the four folders above can be found in our wallet troubleshooting FAQ: https://forum.phore.io/t/phore-wallet-troubleshooting-frequently-asked-questions-faq/106
  • For Phore masternodes, the default Phore data directory location for masternodes installed using the VPS script method would be /var/lib/masternodes/phore1, and if you are running more than one masternode on the VPS, you can use /var/lib/masternodes/phore2, and so on for each masternode.
  • For Phore masternodes installed using other methods, in most cases the Phore data directory will be found in the /root/.phore directory.
  • On Windows, 7zip is one option to uncompress .tar.gz files. Please note you have to run the file through 7zip twice--once to unzip the gzipped file into a tar file, and a second time opening the tar file to extract the individual folders and files it contains.
  • For OSX or Linux, after deleting the four folders listed above, you can copy the snapshot file into the Phore data folder, navigate to that folder using Terminal, and uncompress it using the command tar zxvf PhoreSnapshot.tar.gz

1.3.3.1 changelog

Build improvements - making builds language independent, and fixing Mac build error, and fix some compiler warnings
Changed Windows installer to avoid running Phore-qt with admin privileges.
Changes to reduce forking and sync issues - ban v1.3.0 & v1.3.1 nodes, bump protocol to 70004, and add more checkpoints
Changed COINBASE_MATURITY to Params().COINBASE_MATURITY()
Added LOCK statements to avoid potential crashes
Fixed unknown SPORK log error

Credits

Moonshot
Julian
warrows
drewrothstein

@meyer9 meyer9 released this Jul 28, 2018 · 196 commits to master since this release

Assets 14

1.3.1 Release notes

Phore Core version 1.3.1 is now available from:

https://phore.io/

Please report bugs using the issue tracker at github:

https://github.com/phoreproject/phore/issues

How to Upgrade

If you are running an older version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely
shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the
installer (on Windows) or just copy over /Applications/Phore-Qt (on Mac) or
phored/phore-qt (on Linux).

When upgrading masternodes, upgrade your controller wallet first. For a single masternode installed with the VPS script method, upgrading the masternode can be done with the following commands after logging in to your VPS, with each command on a separate line, pressing Enter after each one:

rm -rf /root/vps
git clone https://github.com/phoreproject/vps
cd vps
./install.sh -p phore -u

After that completes, then type:

systemctl restart phore_n1

To verify the status of the masternode after restarting with the upgraded version, type:

phored --conf=/etc/masternodes/phore_n1.conf masternode status

If it says started successfully, that may be all you need to do. If it tells you that it is a hot node awaiting activation, go back to your controller wallet, open the debug console, and type the following, replacing "aliasname" with the name you used for your masternode:

startmasternode alias false "aliasname"

1.3.1 changelog

  • Fix bug with DNS seeder

Credits

  • Julian Meyer

As well as the entire Bitcoin, Dash, and PIVX teams!