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What is the --force-sealing option in the parity for

Can someone please explain what the --force-sealing option is for? From the description I don't understand exactly what it's doing. I want to understand why it must be set if I want to get a pending ...
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Really slow syncing on mainnet with SSD disk and archive mode

I've set up a full Parity Ethereum node connected to the main network on a server with 2TB SSD, 4 CPUs and 8GB memory. I've set the pruning mode to archive since my application does a lot of state ...
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Retrieve CHAIN_ID of the executing chain from a Solidity contract

Is there a way to directly be able to retrieve CHAIN_ID information about the executing chain from a smart contract? I know that for any chain that has EIP-155 implemented, CHAIN_IDs are retrievable ...
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IPFS Config on windows 10

I'm trying to execute these commands on windows 10 ./ipfs config --json API.HTTPHeaders.Access-Control-Allow-Origin '["*"]' ./ipfs config --json API.HTTPHeaders.Access-Control-Allow-Methods "[\"PUT\",...
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Invalid type: sequence, expected a string for key 'rpc.cors'

Trying to run parity using the configuration file node.toml file $ parity --config /data/parity/node.toml Loading config file from /data/parity/node.toml You might have supplied invalid parameters in ...
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.toml stream did not contain valid UTF-8

While trying to configure parity using the toml file (Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language), I stumbled on this error - $ parity --config /data/parity/node.toml Loading config file from /data/parity/node....
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How to extract private keys from Ethereum Wallet? [duplicate]

How to extract private key of an account from Ethereum Wallet on Linux? Please specify the exact filesystem locations. I need private keys both for the main network and for the Ropsten test network.
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Run geth in the --testnet mode using only the toml config file

I am using Geth configuration files (*.toml) to manage configurations of my private network nodes. The command geth --config=config/<config-name>.toml is used to run nodes on each stack (dev, ...
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What do Ethhash and CliqueConfig refer to in the genesis config?

I don't see any real documentaiton on what these are or to what they refer. Here is the structure in the config file: // Various consensus engines Ethash *EthashConfig `json:"ethash,omitempty"` ...
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geth: config file documentation

I'm trying to use geth --config <filename> to start geth. My config file contains: rpcport = 8555 networkid = 3 I get: Fatal: /home/ravi/.ethereum/config-test, line 1: field 'rpcport' is not ...
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What is the use case of Parity's passive sync mode?

The Parity Ethereum client has four sync modes, two of which are active and passive. Active makes perfect sense to me, Parity continuously syncs the chain. However passive says "parity syncs initially,...
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How does one run a Geth node with a configuration file?

Parity has had a command line option for running a node using configuration parameters sourced from a configuration file. I was wondering as to how one does similar with a Geth node?
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EthereumJ connect to private node

I need to connect to private ethereum node with using ethereumj without ethereum.conf file. I need configure connect from code using Spring Framework.
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Parity configuration for rinkeby testnet

Can someone provide me an genesis block configuration json for Parity client here is my setup described: I've installed the client (version: Parity/v1.6.8-beta-c396229-20170608/x86_64-linux-gnu/...
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Can I add inline comments in peers.txt?

My peers.txt file for my private parity network looks like this. enode://1111-redacted-6eaf@172.0.0.1:30303 enode://2222-redacted-6eaf@172.0.0.2:30303 enode://3333-redacted-6eaf@172.0.0.2:30303 ...
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Setting up demo ethereum PoA

I'm new to ethereum/parity and trying to follow this PoA setup demo as part of a larger project. I've done it locally on my laptop, accessing resources via localhost. Now I'm trying to set up two ...
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Different use of .yaml and .toml file

I started learning Eris chain and in the deploying section, they use .yaml file and for making the chain definition file they use .toml file. I searched the internet and what I found was they both are ...
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Pyethapp port forwarding and configuration help?

I'm trying to setup an ethereum node on my raspberry pi using pyethapp as the client. I was wondering if allowing port forwarded inbound connections would help to make my node more useful to the ...
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How to configure go-ethereum? (Config File)

I setup an exchange with ethereum, I have installed ethereum as documented here. But I can't find config file of the go-ethereum client, in bitcoin core it's ./bitcoin/bitcoin.conf Because i wanted ...
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Authentication of Ethereum Node on a private block chain

Problem: In a private block chain network, how does setting up a new node authenticate itself into the network. Is there anything which prevents one node from getting to the network and download data ...
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how to connect ethereumj with private node

I want to create a private blockchain network using EthereumJ and connect it to a project implementing EthereumJ. I tried modifying ethereumj.conf file but thats not working. How to do it?
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How do I configure a home.parity address for my parity node browser?

How can I configure my linux system to point any .parity address to my parity web application running on localhost port 8080? For the best experience it is recommended to use subdomains-based ...
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How can I configure Mist to use a non-default IPC path?

When using Mist, it always uses the default IPC path to my OS (In this case of OSX this is /Users/me/Library/Ethereum/geth.ipc). Is there a way to configure or specify a non-default IPC path for Mist? ...
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What are the files in my go-ethereum configuration directory?

When I look into my go-ethereum (geth) configuration directory, I see the following files and directories: $ ls -alF ~/.ethereum/ total 176 drwxr-xr-x 8 pi pi 4096 Jan 20 07:19 ./ drwxr-xr-x 17 ...