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November 02, 2016, 05:06:47 PM
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I'm running a bitcoin node on a raspberry pi, and it gave me a message about a corruption on database:
<<Corrupted block database detected. Please restart with -reindex or -reindex-chainstate to recover.>>

Anyone knows how many time could take to recover it?  It started with the reindex process more than 12 hours ago, and i don't know if it have a problem and i have to restart, or its normal to take to much time.

Thanks.
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November 02, 2016, 05:25:39 PM
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I'm running a bitcoin node on a raspberry pi, and it gave me a message about a corruption on database:
<<Corrupted block database detected. Please restart with -reindex or -reindex-chainstate to recover.>>

Anyone knows how many time could take to recover it?  It started with the reindex process more than 12 hours ago, and i don't know if it have a problem and i have to restart, or its normal to take to much time.

Thanks.

IIRC a RasPi is awfully slow at verifying the blockchain, which is what you have to do when the database was corrupted. It might be faster to use a different machine for that and copy the fully verified blockchain back to the RasPi.

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November 02, 2016, 05:48:02 PM
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Thanks Shorena, if the rasPi don't finish in next hour, i will try to verify it on another computer.
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