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November 23, 2016, 11:56:46 AM
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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

don't work
can someone zip the folders maybe that will work(blocks and chainstate)?

Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

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November 23, 2016, 12:03:54 PM
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Yeah, file got deleted by transfer.sh after 2 week.
I'll generate new bootstrap now, it will be available in couple minutes Wink

UPDATE:
It's ready Wink
Code:
https://transfer.sh/Wfvj3/bootstrap.dat.20161118.zip

on this ver. q2c-0.11.2.2-win64 don't recognize bootstrap. what wallet you use?

check this: https://mega.nz/#!jF0UHTDS!SQLOwEN-GssISEqGgFBjSBcKfTZULImntHGwWavINR8

don't work
can someone zip the folders maybe that will work(blocks and chainstate)?

Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

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November 24, 2016, 11:49:05 PM
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Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

Nice, thanks for taking the time to make this for those that are having issues, doesn't happen often now days.

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November 25, 2016, 11:15:47 AM
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Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

Nice, thanks for taking the time to make this for those that are having issues, doesn't happen often now days.

No problem - happy if I got chance to help others in crypto.

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November 29, 2016, 07:01:53 AM
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Harry, can you do some of your magic to get the mac wallet working?
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November 29, 2016, 07:19:17 AM
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Any other pools besides Cryptopia? The pool in OP is down for maintenance.

What's the latest/best running windows miner?  I have a GTX750ti...seems to like quark & qubit coins Smiley thanks in advance!
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November 29, 2016, 01:01:34 PM
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Harry, can you do some of your magic to get the mac wallet working?

maybe problem with mac wallet may be number of transactions in wallet? macs seem to get clogged up,
but tbh i've never used win that much sooo….. Tongue

are you using coin control? if yes maybe try without coin control.


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also maybe the daemon might be more responsive, but there is none such available.
is it possible to get a mac daemon ??


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Here we go, just made copy of chain with actual peers file (Qubit folder located in .../Roaming.... ) up to #2124397   date 23 Nov 2016   size 1,24GB
zip file https://mega.nz/#!LNUEnBIL!fq5-V_z8Bt7_us55eDrwMr589atLkJbiMNuLL6jdVOw

just unzip, put into correct location, put your wallet.dat file to see yours coins, working with v0.11.2.2 of client

good luck

Q2C tips welcome : GbdyWQcFvgzcceGYXTNhFd2zhxPFQ5T1Vu

any chance you could put this somewhere else?
mega does not agree with me :p

heh i have no idea what sites support files >1gb though

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actually i'm fine, one of the earlier bootstraps worked fine.

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November 29, 2016, 02:20:03 PM
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HELP PLEASE

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November 29, 2016, 09:20:07 PM
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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference. 
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.
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November 30, 2016, 12:37:17 AM
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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference.  
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.

can you do anything?
maybe sending smaller amounts? this would reduce yr number of inputs.

could be painful though painstakingly repeat transactions,

a daemon is handy cos you can set up an auto transaction using crontab, and it would do it in the background ..
(actually you can apparently do that to a qt, but i'm not sure how. something I've always wanted to do so i'm currently syncing, but will look at it later)

..
how many addresses are the coins on, more than one?
do you have the privkeys?

if you have more than one address, you could import them one by one into a new wallet which would reduce # of tx.
if you do not have the privkeys there are tools to extract them from yr wallet.dat

or,
you could delete yr blockchain, so the wallet would have zero transactions when you run it, then you should be able to export yr privkeys easily enough.

to run client with different empty data directory,
from command line
open /location/Qubitcoin-Qt.app --args -datadir=/location/alternativedirectory

*(you can drag drop locations onto command line)*

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November 30, 2016, 08:24:45 AM
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Any other pools besides Cryptopia? The pool in OP is down for maintenance.

What's the latest/best running windows miner?  I have a GTX750ti...seems to like quark & qubit coins Smiley thanks in advance!

gtx is nvidia right? Try using ccminer. Pretty much the best thing for nvidia cards

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December 02, 2016, 10:58:57 AM
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Thanks Bumbacoin but that didn't work, i had been using coin control and turning if off didn't make a difference.  
Having done a lot of solo mining I think the number of transactions is the problem.

can you do anything?
maybe sending smaller amounts? this would reduce yr number of inputs.

could be painful though painstakingly repeat transactions,

a daemon is handy cos you can set up an auto transaction using crontab, and it would do it in the background ..
(actually you can apparently do that to a qt, but i'm not sure how. something I've always wanted to do so i'm currently syncing, but will look at it later)

..
how many addresses are the coins on, more than one?
do you have the privkeys?

if you have more than one address, you could import them one by one into a new wallet which would reduce # of tx.
if you do not have the privkeys there are tools to extract them from yr wallet.dat

or,
you could delete yr blockchain, so the wallet would have zero transactions when you run it, then you should be able to export yr privkeys easily enough.

to run client with different empty data directory,
from command line
open /location/Qubitcoin-Qt.app --args -datadir=/location/alternativedirectory

*(you can drag drop locations onto command line)*
I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.
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December 03, 2016, 04:54:44 PM
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what was wrong with last wallet before this one?
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December 04, 2016, 03:52:14 AM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

no idea if this will help.
increasing your maxconnections
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either edit the QubitCoins.conf (i dont know the correct file name la capital letters)

maxconnections=1000

or open the qt using a terminal window and add arguments
(can drag/drop qt onto terminal window to get file location)
open terminal (applications/utilities)
>open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000

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try not to let your computer be doing anything else Smiley
seems like it needs full attention

another possible is using ulimit.
it sets system limits on processes, so you'd raise the limit, then open qt

i'm not that familiar with it, but on OSX 10.8

terminal window
> sudo ulimit -n 10000
password : [enter your user password here]
> open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000


note: this only effects processes done within this session (terminal window), so you need to open qt within the window, and when you close window that setting will disappear (except for the qt that might still be running - until you close that too).


..
in case you're wondering why maxconnections might help, when maxconnections seems related to how many network connections it has,
maxconnections is tied to file descriptors, which seem to be related to number of processes that can be handled.
https://github.com/qubitcoin/QubitCoin/blob/1c616605f0f63e69983754a114d21eebddbb8710/src/init.cpp#L541

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December 04, 2016, 08:20:31 PM
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December 06, 2016, 01:21:33 PM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

no idea if this will help.
increasing your maxconnections
.
either edit the QubitCoins.conf (i dont know the correct file name la capital letters)

maxconnections=1000

or open the qt using a terminal window and add arguments
(can drag/drop qt onto terminal window to get file location)
open terminal (applications/utilities)
>open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000

..

try not to let your computer be doing anything else Smiley
seems like it needs full attention

another possible is using ulimit.
it sets system limits on processes, so you'd raise the limit, then open qt

i'm not that familiar with it, but on OSX 10.8

terminal window
> sudo ulimit -n 10000
password : [enter your user password here]
> open /file/location/qubitcoin-qt.app --args -maxconnections=1000


note: this only effects processes done within this session (terminal window), so you need to open qt within the window, and when you close window that setting will disappear (except for the qt that might still be running - until you close that too).


..
in case you're wondering why maxconnections might help, when maxconnections seems related to how many network connections it has,
maxconnections is tied to file descriptors, which seem to be related to number of processes that can be handled.
https://github.com/qubitcoin/QubitCoin/blob/1c616605f0f63e69983754a114d21eebddbb8710/src/init.cpp#L541
Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.
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December 06, 2016, 02:15:17 PM
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Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

sorry i couldnt help :p

do you see anything in your debug.log taht might shed any light ??
should be in your data directory with your wallet etc.

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December 06, 2016, 04:42:36 PM
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

The only thing you can try and do is send your entire balance to yourself (so it's combined into 1 input). It will hang for a LONG LONG time, i had 50k some inputs that took hours sitting frozen. If your mining at a pool I would suggest raising your payout threshold. Or at least enabling coin control & combining small inputs occasionally.(DONT use coin control right now, youll freeze for hours just to freeze again when you start selecting from your inputs)  if your on linux you could always compile the daemon and issue the sendtoaddress command to the daemon through command line, may help on resources and not take so long to send...

Depending on your system combining/sending a huge amount of inputs could take days. You got popcorn and some good cable tv its gonna take a while Sad

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December 07, 2016, 06:22:12 PM
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Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

sorry i couldnt help :p

do you see anything in your debug.log taht might shed any light ??
should be in your data directory with your wallet etc.

No worries!

I've had a look at the debug.log but it makes no sense to me.
The previous wallet had been fine. Maybe the next one will be too. Smiley
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I'm unable to do anything, i get the spinning beachball constantly and if i try to send or receive the wallet just hangs.
I was solo mining for a long time and each reward seems to have generated a new address. So my wallet has hundreds of unique addresses.  I don't have much hope this can be sorted.

Many thanks for your help but none of the above worked. I spent all day sunday on this but to no avail.
Maybe if the new wallet is updated it might right itself as there was never a problem with the old wallet.

The only thing you can try and do is send your entire balance to yourself (so it's combined into 1 input). It will hang for a LONG LONG time, i had 50k some inputs that took hours sitting frozen. If your mining at a pool I would suggest raising your payout threshold. Or at least enabling coin control & combining small inputs occasionally.(DONT use coin control right now, youll freeze for hours just to freeze again when you start selecting from your inputs)  if your on linux you could always compile the daemon and issue the sendtoaddress command to the daemon through command line, may help on resources and not take so long to send...

Depending on your system combining/sending a huge amount of inputs could take days. You got popcorn and some good cable tv its gonna take a while Sad
The wallet just freezes when I try to send anything.  I barely have to click on 'send' for this to happen. It doesn't matter what amount or whether the address is generated by the wallet.
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