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September 07, 2016, 05:07:24 PM
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I installed a bitcoin node using a raspberry-pi 2 + usb stick of 128 Giga (hosting the blockchain). But cannot make it run. This is what i get:
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$ bitcoind
   Segmentation fault

After googling a while, the possible causes I found are:
1. Corrupted SD card or program
2. Electric supply issue (lack of voltage)

Hopefully it's non of them. Any insight or advice?
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September 07, 2016, 06:23:45 PM
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You'll need more than 64 Gb to have the entire blockchain. As of right now, it's 80+ Gb. That might be your problem.

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September 07, 2016, 06:58:22 PM
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You'll need more than 64 Gb to have the entire blockchain. As of right now, it's 80+ Gb. That might be your problem.

Sorry @achow101. Usb stick is 128Giga. Just edited it in the original post
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September 07, 2016, 07:59:54 PM
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You'll need more than 64 Gb to have the entire blockchain. As of right now, it's 80+ Gb. That might be your problem.

Sorry @achow101. Usb stick is 128Giga. Just edited it in the original post
Ok. Can you provide the debug.log file? It should be in ~/.bitcoin/. Just copy and paste the contents into a post here. If it is too big, make a new paste at http://pastebin.com/ and post the link to that.

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September 07, 2016, 08:46:32 PM
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You'll need more than 64 Gb to have the entire blockchain. As of right now, it's 80+ Gb. That might be your problem.

Sorry @achow101. Usb stick is 128Giga. Just edited it in the original post
Ok. Can you provide the debug.log file? It should be in ~/.bitcoin/. Just copy and paste the contents into a post here. If it is too big, make a new paste at http://pastebin.com/ and post the link to that.

Couldn't find anything meaningful in the log. These are the last lines:

Code:
2016-09-07 20:33:38 init message: Loading addresses...
2016-09-07 20:33:38 Loaded 910 addresses from peers.dat  38ms
2016-09-07 20:33:38 dnsseed thread start
2016-09-07 20:33:38 upnp thread start
2016-09-07 20:33:38 No valid UPnP IGDs found
2016-09-07 20:33:38 upnp thread exit
2016-09-07 20:33:38 net thread start
2016-09-07 20:33:38
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