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December 13, 2017, 07:45:24 AM
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I was running 0.15.0.1 in -blocksonly mode and then issued a tx. Obviously it can go nowhere. So I did an abandontransaction and got an error (-5).

Restarted the client in both blocksonly and normal mode later, erased mempool.dat, etc etc, abandontransaction still won't work. I guess I'll have to rescan, but I shouldn't, right?
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December 24, 2017, 04:33:24 AM
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This is weird, I have successfully abandoned transactions before. Maybe try -zapwallettxs as a final attempt? I think deleting mempool.dat and zapping transactions is what I did.

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