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  1. Rather than continue to derail TWarden's UNL security blanket thread, I decided it would be a good idea to share knowledge and collect information on people's experiences with running rippled. We can see what kinds of specs and settings people have had success or problems with, and go from there. I'll start with my own experience: I have a home desktop PC which I use for my daily computing needs. I built the computer in 2009 and have upgraded it slightly over the years. Since late January 2016, I've been running rippled as a validator more or less continuously. System specs:
  2. XRP Ledger core server, rippled, v1.5.0 has been released! You can read the full v1.5.0 Release Announcement on the XRPL Blog. Also, we've published a whole bunch of changes to the documentation on xrpl.org, including: Known Amendments has the new protocol amendments listed and statuses updated: https://xrpl.org/known-amendments.html New fields in the response to the submit method: https://xrpl.org/submit.html#response-format server_info method updated with more recent examples and updated time fields: https://xrpl.org/server_info.html New manifest
  3. I work in an exchange and we run one rippled node for signing our transactions, node was pretty much stable when running last versions, prior than 1.1.0 now we are running version 1.3.1 and its getting worst every new release. I know the hunger of rippled for disk io, but it was mandatory that we used encrypted disks. Our config does not differ from most common here, but we are currently using the db/file config below: [node_db] type=rocksdb path=/home/xrpd/db/rocksdb open_files=3000 filter_bits=12 cache_mb=512 file_size_mb=64 file_size_mult=2 online_delete=20000
  4. I am new to rippled and am trying to learn what the difference is between a stock rippled node and a validating node. As I've read, a Stock server follows the network with a local copy of the ledger whereas a Validating server participates in consensus (and does everything a stock server does, too). I am currently running an instance of rippled and have run a performance profiler on the node, first on the non-validating node and then again when the node is running as a validator. Looking through the results, it seems that even when not running as a validator, the server makes calls to function
  5. I am trying to understand the difference between stock rippled servers, validators, and client-applications when it comes to signing. When looking through the documentation in dev portal, it states that Cryptographic key pairs are always tied to a specific signing algorithm. Further, one can specifically choose the key type when using the wallet_propose method to choose which cryptographic signing algorithm to use to derive the keys (secp256k1 or ed25519). However, when running a rippled server or validator, is there such an option when creating key pairs? What signing algorithm is used when
  6. Hello im using testnet to validate my transaction, transaction : {"transaction":"ECAB482EB34177FA1B1E6C724F038C42308004B1F307A169FAEA88C825E11642","command":"tx","id":0} Response : {id=0, status='success', errorMessage='null', result=TxResult{validated=false}} Im using websocket , method 'tx' to check. Can i somehow figure out what the problem is? Im connected to wss://s.altnet.rippletest.net:51233 ,address i use is rKHDh61BpcojAoiATgJgDaVwdSJ64fGNwF. Can someone help a bit ?:) Fee is at 1 000 000 drops. This is the transaction blob 1200002200000000240000000061D4838D7EA4
  7. What are the incentive at the moment to run a validator on XRP mainnet? Can I run it without the ~17TB of the block history installed localy?
  8. Hi All, How long does a Rippled validator check process take usually? I sent my request to Ripple in June, but it is still unverified and I didn't get any email what the issue is (if there is any) ? Regards, Pal
  9. I am facing an issue with my local ripple server. I have setup the ripple server in my system as local. So its running under localhost or 127.0.0.1:6006. As I tried to connect the ripple server using ripple-api I am getting Socket hangup issue as in below error. While running rippled server with my local IP address (127.0.0.1:6006) is not connecting it's throwing [NotConnectedError(socket hang up,{Error:Socket hang up})] and [RippledNotInitilizedError(RippledNotInitilized)] const RippleAPI = require('ripple-lib').RippleAPI; const api = new RippleAPI({ server: 'ws
  10. hi, i'm installing rippled on ubuntu with alien: 1.I run this commands "sudo apt-get update", "sudo apt-get install yum-utils alien" then alien installed fine. 2.while I Installing Ripple RPM Repository with "sudo rpm -Uvh https://mirrors.ripple.com/ripple-repo-el7.rpm" I getting error like "RPM should not be used directly install RPM packages, use Alien instead!" 3.so I tried to install RPM packages with command "sudo alien package.rpm" It shows "File "package.rpm" not found" I didn't found any .rpm files in alien folder but in that have .pm files only please looku
  11. https://ripple.com/dev-blog/rippled-version-0-90-1/ Hotfix release that patches some crash bugs (including several reported by Guido Vranken, whose work is impressive). No new features or other changes. Along with the release itself, Ripple is starting to vote in favor of the Checks, DepositAuth, and fix1513 amendments, so expect those to turn on in 2 weeks. (Note to self: update the "Known Amendments" page with the updated expected time)
  12. Is there a RESTful API that I can curl in rippled? I want to do like this with my rippled. ``` curl myrippled_ip/v2/transactions ```
  13. Hi everyone! First off, let me apologize for cross-posting. I know this is a major faux pas, but realize now that "Problem Solving" was the wrong place. Anyhow... I am brand new to Ripple in general, but a friend of mine has watched it quite closely. He has tasked me with running our own rippled instance. Really, my goal at this point is to be able to connect to it from a local ripple-lib script over WSS and query account info -- that's all. I have rippled installed and as far as I can tell have a valid configuration, such that it does run, however the process is constantly being kil
  14. Hey guys, I'm currently trying to set up a ripple validator but keep getting errors when trying to access ripple repositories. I have tried the instructions on the ripple website and the docker method that is posted here but keep getting the same errors. Any suggestions? I'll have my recent attempt with docker posted as a screenshot.
  15. When running rippled on Centos 6 using the yum package, you may encounter this error: Or something to the effect that 1024 file descriptors are available and 4096 were requested from rippled, so it shut down. To fix this error, open /etc/security/limits.conf and at the bottom of the file add: Next, open /etc/sysctl.conf and at the bottom of the file add: Run ulimit -Ha to check if open files has been updated to 10240, such as: Execute service rippled start and it should operate correctly.
  16. Hello! I usually don't post into technical, because I don't know much of the technicals. I bumped into this on Ripple's website and just wanted to ask what it means. Someone who knows can give a sort of ELI5 kind of answer https://ripple.com/build/build-run-rippled-ubuntu/ Lose money in the sense of losing the transactions to hackers with wrong kind of data or just lose money in the sense of "your validator is outdated and does not any bring anything to the network, thus you're wasting resources while running it". Thanks.
  17. Last night we added several new pieces of documentation to the XRP Ledger in preparation for the upcoming release of rippled 0.90.0: Deposit Authorization is a new feature for compliance with regulations such as the New York Bitlicense. In addition to the concept page, the flag has been added in appropriate places such as the AccountSet transaction reference. Checks documentation has been added to the transaction reference and ledger reference. Checks are a feature originally conceived back in, like, 2012 or something, which got new life recently when we realized they'd solve one o
  18. I am trying to send a payment using ripple-lib, and I am getting this error: Here is my code: Thanks so much!
  19. https://ripple.com/dev-blog/rippled-version-0-81-0/ This is a big step towards decentralizing control of the XRP Ledger! Update your validator settings!
  20. Hi everyone! I am brand new to Ripple in general, but a friend of mine studies it quite closely. He has tasked me with running our own rippled instance. Really, my goal at this point is to be able to connect to it from a local ripple-lib script over WSS and query account info -- that's all. I have rippled installed and as far as I can tell have a valid configuration, such that it does run, however the process is constantly being killed and restarted. The response from my script upon api.connect vacillates from garden-variety "NotConnectedError" (when the process is restarting) to "[Ripple
  21. i am trying to start an private ripple blockchain with one validator but when i check the status it gives me error root@admin1-OptiPlex-9020:~# sudo systemctl status rippled.service ● rippled.service - Ripple Daemon Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/rippled.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Drop-In: /etc/systemd/system/rippled.service.d └─nofile_limit.conf Active: inactive (dead) since Wed 2017-07-19 13:58:15 IST; 3min 36s ago Process: 4254 ExecStart=/opt/ripple/bin/rippled --net --silent --conf /etc/opt/ripple/rippled.cfg (code=exited, stat
  22. Wow guys, what a horrible day. It only seems like its going to get worse. Looks like there is absolutely no buy support as the bears are demolishing the price of XRP. It may even end up cheaper than when the AMEX partnership was announced. Crazy right? I really don't get it. What I do get is that lots of people are probably losing money at this point on this trade if they bought on the way up. This is another pump and dump. Sickening. I'm tired of Ripple doing this every single time. I have made so much more money with Stellar Lumens. I'll keepp Holding because you don't realize a l
  23. I have been reading about Bitcoin routing attacks and I'm wondering how things differ with Ripple. Quick summary of what I read: Bitcoin uses a general gossip protocol which broadcasts all transactions to the network. Internet routing infrastructure is insecure and can easily be manipulated by attackers to intercept Bitcoin traffic. Bitcoin messages are exchanged in clear text and without integrity checks, any (malicious) third-party on the forwarding path can eavesdrop, drop, modify, inject, or delay Bitcoin messages. Bitcoin is extremely centralized from an Internet routing perspec
  24. Hi, I am running two servers locally (ledger fork), it seems to be working. So far I've created two new accounts and sent XRP to both from the genesis acct. I then created trust-lines from the new accounts to the genesis acct and issued IOU currency from the genesis to the other two accounts. I've preformed multiple transfer operations via API and sent IOU back and forth. Rippling worked well, all transfers were completed and I was able to verify balances via API. Now I'd like to view the transaction details for each account, but not getting the desired result. to view account_lines on th
  25. I am wondering about the implications of opening port 51235 on a rippled validator or node (running in front of a validator). I assume doing so would carry a risk of DDoS attacks, however, it also provides other nodes with access to the ledger. In other words, it seems like there is a minor security risk and a reasonable benefit for the community. From what I understand, rippled nodes will connect to any peer to get the ledger. Is this so, or do they only connect to trusted peers? Finally, is there any reason to include my IP in the [ips] section on my ripple.txt, if port 51235 is cl
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