Author Topic: BitShares Core Release 2.0.170531 - Recommended Update for Ubuntu Nodes  (Read 1185 times)

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We're keep going.
.. always!!

Good job on the release!!
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Nice! Last node release was when we updated to 2.0, right?

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Nice! Last node release was when we updated to 2.0, right?
This release is not that big ..
Last node release is version 2.0.160328, on 28th March, 2016.
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Great work! I updated my nodes to the latest.

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great job! I know that personally I'll make use of at least
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partial-operations and
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get_block_header_batch to make my witness and monitoring tools more efficient. Thanks to everyone that contributed!

btw, small nitpick, but in the release notes you mention "It's highly recommended to run a NTP daemon". I would replace that with "It's required to run a NTP daemon". IIRC most of the latest issues we had on the network were because someone's clock went off because they didn't have NTP installed. Also, it's not like it's a hard requirement to comply with...

Will be updating soon
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