Monero 0.10.2

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Overview[ ]

This is a necessary point release of Monero v0.10.3.1 "Wolfram Warptangent", and is a strongly, strongly recommended update as it includes massive efficiency improvements to the RingCT validation code and various other necessary bug fixes.


Some highlights of this release are:

  • massive speed improvements to RingCT validation
  • cache tx hashes for failed txs with bad semantics
  • added an update notification / download / verification system (to be expanded to include opt-in auto-updating for unattended daemons)
  • initial smart mining implementation (Linux only)
  • improvements to IBD (initial block download) and sync speed
  • switched to a portable serialiser so that wallet files can be used on any operating system
  • added uptime to daemon status
  • added support for separated mempool / peer datasets for multiple nodes on the same machine (with different p2p ports)
  • added a change_password command to monero-wallet-cli
  • addes support for restoring wallets from a certain date
  • added mempool prioritisation of older txs
  • added fixes to fluffy blocks (not enabled by default on mainnet yet)
  • add HTTP digest authentication support to all RPC interfaces
  • added a connection limit for incoming connections from the same IP
  • switched to EasyLogging++ for logs
  • added a gray peerlist house keeping system
  • added support for multiple daemons using the same LMDB database
  • added additional password prompting for monero-wallet-cli actions
  • added additional output detail for ring output selection in monero-wallet-cli
  • fixed issues with wallets dealing with large reorgs
  • massive additions to libwallet_api for additional functions used by the GUI
  • removed support for BerkeleyDB, as it is now deprecated
  • added support for Android
  • added support for DragonFlyBSD
  • fixed armv8 build issues

Contributors for this Release

This release was the direct result of 24 people who worked, largely unpaid and altruistically, to put out 527 commits containing 21 090 new lines of code. We'd like to thank them very much for their time and effort. In no particular order they are:

  • Alexis Enston
  • luigi1111
  • Miguel Herranz
  • vdo
  • anonimal
  • kenshi84
  • Dan Miller
  • moneromooo-monero
  • Ashley Perpetual
  • fireice-uk
  • MoroccanMalinois
  • Riccardo Spagni
  • Timothy D. Prime
  • moneroexamples
  • Jaquee
  • Lee Clagett
  • Chris Vickio
  • Antonio Huete Jimenez
  • Howard Chu
  • Randi Joseph
  • Dion Ahmetaj
  • Bitcoin Error Log
  • iDunk5400
  • NanoAkron