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October 06, 2016, 08:40:57 PM
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Wallet synced... but now there is still an error message:

"WARNING: Checkpoint is too old. Wait for block chain to download or notify developers."

Any ideas what to do?
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October 06, 2016, 11:42:17 PM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.

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October 07, 2016, 02:11:08 AM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.


It is best to put all of your coins in 1 default Wallet at blocks sized between 5000 to 7000 HBN per block.
There is really no need for more wallets than the default one as it just increases your memory usage.

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October 07, 2016, 02:23:25 AM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.



wow dude you are crazy to still keep so many coins - unless u got them free Wink

yolo
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October 07, 2016, 08:04:53 PM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.



wow dude you are crazy to still keep so many coins - unless u got them free Wink

77000 you think that is much ? i have a lot more than that

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October 08, 2016, 12:03:11 PM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.


The scammer shitcoinheads at Cryptsy/ craptsy behind this coin are likely using your rig to secretly mine this or some other shitcoin.

If you're intent on feeding these maggots, use 'netstat' to monitor the network connections while the client is running.

You might also want to download Speedfan and check the system temps. The crashes are a good sign that your cpu is overheating.

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October 10, 2016, 02:34:16 AM
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HBN was connected to cryptsy (one of founders was the worker) we all got dumpedo n or we are.. still being.

i suggest to quit.. SADLY.

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October 10, 2016, 04:20:03 AM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.


The scammer shitcoinheads at Cryptsy/ craptsy behind this coin are likely using your rig to secretly mine this or some other shitcoin.

If you're intent on feeding these maggots, use 'netstat' to monitor the network connections while the client is running.

You might also want to download Speedfan and check the system temps. The crashes are a good sign that your cpu is overheating.

There's been a lot of people who've looked at the source code of HBN, maybe someone should take a closer look.

needle in a haystack.

HBN has high CPU usage even when not unlocked for staking. (usually 10% minimum.)

I won't rule anything out, but I won't jump to conclusions.
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October 10, 2016, 08:57:00 AM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.


The scammer shitcoinheads at Cryptsy/ craptsy behind this coin are likely using your rig to secretly mine this or some other shitcoin.

If you're intent on feeding these maggots, use 'netstat' to monitor the network connections while the client is running.

You might also want to download Speedfan and check the system temps. The crashes are a good sign that your cpu is overheating.

There's been a lot of people who've looked at the source code of HBN, maybe someone should take a closer look.

needle in a haystack.

HBN has high CPU usage even when not unlocked for staking. (usually 10% minimum.)

I won't rule anything out, but I won't jump to conclusions.

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October 10, 2016, 03:00:33 PM
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HBN was connected to cryptsy (one of founders was the worker) we all got dumpedo n or we are.. still being.

i suggest to quit.. SADLY.


You can just delete the wallets and disconnect
Or hope for a better future
Or best forget about it and let your grandkids come back and see if it moved anywhere from 100 sat

HBN was one of the best choices once

A good lesson to be learned about technology here

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October 10, 2016, 03:04:59 PM
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Is it best to split the HBN wallet into 5k HBN wallets? I have a few wallets with 20k, 10k, 15k that equal about 77,600 HBNs.

For the past few weeks I have been finding the computer I run my HBN wallet has crashed , after rebooting & loading HBN I will get wallet corruption errors.

I am able to recover the backup wallets only by using a recent capture of the blockchain, then copy-pasting the backups into the appdata folder while the wallet is syncing. The I close down HBN & reload from a shortcut with the tick -rescan & that take many hours to complete plus the re-sync.

So I am wondering if the wallet work load is messing with the computer being stable, it works fine and is still a decent computer with 4GHz CPU & 16GB of memory.


The scammer shitcoinheads at Cryptsy/ craptsy behind this coin are likely using your rig to secretly mine this or some other shitcoin.

If you're intent on feeding these maggots, use 'netstat' to monitor the network connections while the client is running.

You might also want to download Speedfan and check the system temps. The crashes are a good sign that your cpu is overheating.

There's been a lot of people who've looked at the source code of HBN, maybe someone should take a closer look.

needle in a haystack.

HBN has high CPU usage even when not unlocked for staking. (usually 10% minimum.)

I won't rule anything out, but I won't jump to conclusions.

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But if you are right, then your two posts were two very valid contributions indeed. And especially so considering that Tranz has not sought to address the concerns expressed in this column for a long time now - even though he has visited this site relatively recently (27th August).

I notice that you have been let out of the Institution. Just keep on taking the medication.
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October 10, 2016, 03:06:38 PM
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HBN was connected to cryptsy (one of founders was the worker) we all got dumpedo n or we are.. still being.

i suggest to quit.. SADLY.


You can just delete the wallets and disconnect
Or hope for a better future
Or best forget about it and let your grandkids come back and see if it moved anywhere from 100 sat

HBN was one of the best choices once

A good lesson to be learned about technology here

I agree with you entirely.
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October 10, 2016, 10:03:17 PM
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i move all my wallet to an other computer

but when i close hbn (to reboot computer)
after reboot my database is corrupt
3 time i reboot computer 3 times database is corrupt wallet get error at start  Huh


for the cpu usage it s actually high  only if you don't manually make big piles, more piles you have and more cpu it eat
if you make 5000hbn piles cpu is low usage
i remember before i manually make piles , it used 1 full core cpu  but now it s less than 10%

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my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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October 11, 2016, 08:06:29 AM
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i move all my wallet to an other computer

but when i close hbn (to reboot computer)
after reboot my database is corrupt
3 time i reboot computer 3 times database is corrupt wallet get error at start  Huh


do you wait until wallet fully unloaded before reboot? (check in task manager)
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October 11, 2016, 10:16:12 AM
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yes it is, actually i try again

close wallet and restart, then it s broken
 -rescan don't help
i have to copy blockchain from other computer

all other wallets running fine

my BTC  3Lt6aNAsetewmMsgnjHtx659qcVchhS2nK
my HBN  F1DMYtUYMV7fSVXphFLnAub7ACfLkunaQz
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October 11, 2016, 10:21:50 AM
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yes it is, actually i try again

close wallet and restart, then it s broken
 -rescan don't help
i have to copy blockchain from other computer

all other wallets running fine

1) is "detach databases at shutdown" checked in wallet settings ?
2) try turn off os disk caching on that hdd/ssd where hbn data folder lives,
what will it be then...
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October 12, 2016, 02:13:15 AM
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thanks
no it was unchecked ,i notice it closed wallet to fast
i think it s working now, restart it twice it was ok

my BTC  3Lt6aNAsetewmMsgnjHtx659qcVchhS2nK
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October 18, 2016, 10:43:22 AM
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congratulations on the +10% uptrend  Wink

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October 19, 2016, 12:47:12 AM
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cool
actually hbn is not doing bad
when i see tek, hyp and others  Angry

hbn supply is small could get the price easy up if there was more buy support

my BTC  3Lt6aNAsetewmMsgnjHtx659qcVchhS2nK
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October 20, 2016, 11:25:38 AM
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cool
actually hbn is not doing bad
when i see tek, hyp and others  Angry

hbn supply is small could get the price easy up if there was more buy support

tek has been unsupported for looong
hyp was a little redundant

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