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  1. Please re-read the community standards: This forum is not for hating/insulting other members of the community. Locked.
  2. Let's keep the discussion on track and avoid insulting each other, thanks.
  3. After updating to 1.5.0, the xrpchat validator was struggling to keep up. Upgrading from 16GB TO 32GB RAM appears to fix that bottleneck. If I had to guess, the extra RAM was needed because the CPU was getting overloaded, which seems new. You mentioned you are not validating, so it’s weird that the new rippled needs so much processing power. But I watched the CPU % a fair bit over the last few weeks, and it definitely goes over 100% (A LOT). Bearing in mind the validator is only 4 core XEON. Even so there’s no reason for that happen.
  4. The forum does not have any fine-grained controls to restrict members from posting in a particular thread/sub-forum. If you see someone crossing the line into troll territory, please report them and mods will review.
  5. It's from a pre-generated list of words. I'll take it out of the list, hardly offensive
  6. I have removed links to the potential database leak from this thread. The forum does not allow links to doxxing/hacking etc data dumps.
  7. By "nothing", I assume you mean the price of XRP (as plenty is happening outside this one measurement). Moved to speculation.
  8. It services the whole xrp community, and guess what Ripple is part of that too. Please re-read the rules:
  9. karlos

    Be aware.

    See here:
  10. Are you using the correct private key pem file? My understanding is that domain certification has several pem files, such as cert.pem, chain.pem etc. You need to use the actual privkey.pem file (or whatever it is named). Otherwise it will not generate the right output.
  11. It's not a phishing attack. Basically some guy in Hungary tries to log in to a random users account, but gets the password wrong 5 times. That locks the Hungarian IP address from trying again and sends an email to the user. You can ignore the message, its more of a nuisance. But please ensure you use a strong password and don't re-use a password from any other site.
  12. Some really interesting discussion about memo usage: https://github.com/ripple/rippled/pull/3007 Isn't the simplest way to fix memo spam just increase the base transaction fee? We can easily go from 10 drops to 50 drops, and payments still cost almost nothing to send. At the moment the fees don't seem in line with real world costs anyway. What are the main drawbacks of increasing the network fee? Personally I'd prefer to see the ledger be really good at payments, rather than try to "keep the door open" and subsidize other impromptu use cases. Regarding people keeping full history, I appreciate the amazing efforts of Wietse and others. But if other people want to abuse their generosity by storing data, it seems fair that these services start charging a small fee to retrieve the history. Maybe paid in XRP per G/Byte? It would mean people might have to pay to obtain a full history of the ledger, but it is 9 TB and completely optional after all.
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