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Author Topic: HoboNickels - HBN - High Fast Stake - Version 2.0! More Secure, Less Intensive  (Read 413651 times)
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July 13, 2017, 03:39:25 AM
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Uploading a new bootstrap to hobonickels.info.

 http://ftp://ftp.hobonickels.info
user: hbn@hobonickels.info
pass: H0b0Nickels

Will take a few hours to upload, but should be a good fresh copy.

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Files name: block_chain_20170712.rar
Size (once complete):3,609,497,600

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July 13, 2017, 03:52:49 AM
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Getting this error on start up

Runaway exception
A fatal error occurred.  HoboNickes can no longer continue safely ....

EXCEPTION: st9bad_alloc
std::bad_alloc

version 1.5.3.0
Windows 7 Pro 32bit

(taking a guess ... this is a 64bit wallet?)



No, it is 32 bit. Will work on just about every Windows. Likley whatever you did for you block chain download was not correct.

You need to replace both blk001.dat and blk0002.dat and the entire txleveldb folder. If you don't do all 3 of these you will get errors as such.


I've uncompressed the ZIP and re-apply the files, made sure the files were in the right place.  Still getting the same error.
C:\....1.5.3.0\HoboNickels-qt.exe in Runaway exception

I copied over the backup'd wallat.dat before the first start up.
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July 13, 2017, 04:28:15 AM
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Getting this error on start up

Runaway exception
A fatal error occurred.  HoboNickes can no longer continue safely ....

EXCEPTION: st9bad_alloc
std::bad_alloc

version 1.5.3.0
Windows 7 Pro 32bit

(taking a guess ... this is a 64bit wallet?)



No, it is 32 bit. Will work on just about every Windows. Likley whatever you did for you block chain download was not correct.

You need to replace both blk001.dat and blk0002.dat and the entire txleveldb folder. If you don't do all 3 of these you will get errors as such.


I've uncompressed the ZIP and re-apply the files, made sure the files were in the right place.  Still getting the same error.
C:\....1.5.3.0\HoboNickels-qt.exe in Runaway exception

I copied over the backup'd wallat.dat before the first start up.


Ok mabye those were bad zip file? You can try the one I am doing to hobonickels.info here in a bit, once it is done. I applied it to another computer and it came right up.

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July 13, 2017, 05:04:58 AM
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Getting this error on start up

Runaway exception
A fatal error occurred.  HoboNickes can no longer continue safely ....

EXCEPTION: st9bad_alloc
std::bad_alloc

version 1.5.3.0
Windows 7 Pro 32bit

(taking a guess ... this is a 64bit wallet?)



No, it is 32 bit. Will work on just about every Windows. Likley whatever you did for you block chain download was not correct.

You need to replace both blk001.dat and blk0002.dat and the entire txleveldb folder. If you don't do all 3 of these you will get errors as such.


I've uncompressed the ZIP and re-apply the files, made sure the files were in the right place.  Still getting the same error.
C:\....1.5.3.0\HoboNickels-qt.exe in Runaway exception

I copied over the backup'd wallat.dat before the first start up.


Ok mabye those were bad zip file? You can try the one I am doing to hobonickels.info here in a bit, once it is done. I applied it to another computer and it came right up.

post when it is up, and I'll DL and try again.
(glad I checked in here, who knew I had HBN sitting on Cryptopia I bought almost a year ago, small moral victory)
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July 13, 2017, 08:24:01 AM
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Just woke up and cant believe the price. Who is the whale? Wink

Although deposits to cryptopia still doesnt add up in to balance. Is it just me or u experience the same?

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July 13, 2017, 09:01:32 AM
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Damn. Was still trying to accumulate these. Oh well, I got some.
No worries, after the wallet comes back online the price will come down some. My guess is it stabilizes in the 300 range. Never thought it would be this high though..

I hope so!
Got buy orders set around that level.
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July 13, 2017, 01:58:23 PM
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I hope you can get some, because Cryptopia is about to explode, and I mean all coins, just like CHC recently did.

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July 13, 2017, 05:29:11 PM
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Cryptopia still hasn't unfrozen the wallet deposits yet.
Artificial price spike since no one can add coin to the exchange. So the coins on there are "worth more".

Would be amazing is those prices stayed. I could put a down payment on a car Smiley

As soon as the wallet unlocks. Everyone will dump their coins on the price and tank the demand side. Any one not watching their buys will be left holding the bag as it falls. We only have 1.8 BTC in depth before it drops down to 140 satoshi.

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July 13, 2017, 05:46:22 PM
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I'm surprised there was that much depth there in the first place.  I figured it'd be staking, and not sitting on an exchange.  I wish I'd had more there.  I didn't realize I had any there until last night.
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July 14, 2017, 02:45:34 AM
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Getting this error on start up

Runaway exception
A fatal error occurred.  HoboNickes can no longer continue safely ....

EXCEPTION: st9bad_alloc
std::bad_alloc

version 1.5.3.0
Windows 7 Pro 32bit

(taking a guess ... this is a 64bit wallet?)



No, it is 32 bit. Will work on just about every Windows. Likley whatever you did for you block chain download was not correct.

You need to replace both blk001.dat and blk0002.dat and the entire txleveldb folder. If you don't do all 3 of these you will get errors as such.


I've uncompressed the ZIP and re-apply the files, made sure the files were in the right place.  Still getting the same error.
C:\....1.5.3.0\HoboNickels-qt.exe in Runaway exception

I copied over the backup'd wallat.dat before the first start up.


Ok mabye those were bad zip file? You can try the one I am doing to hobonickels.info here in a bit, once it is done. I applied it to another computer and it came right up.

post when it is up, and I'll DL and try again.
(glad I checked in here, who knew I had HBN sitting on Cryptopia I bought almost a year ago, small moral victory)

OK so I copied over a fresh blockchain
- I deleted the Hobonickels contents from the %appdata% folder
- I started the wallet QT files, It starts the wallet fine, and creates the contents of the HoboNickels folder
- I close the wallet, delete out the 2 Blk..dat files, and the wallet.dat, and the txleveldb dir
- I copy over my wallet.dat, the 2 Blk...dat files, and the txleveldb dir from the new downloaded
- I start the wallet back, and get the same error, I've been getting

Could my wallet.dat be off somehow?  I've got other copies, I can dig out.
Is my process off somewhere?
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July 14, 2017, 03:28:05 AM
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OK so I copied over a fresh blockchain
- I deleted the Hobonickels contents from the %appdata% folder
- I started the wallet QT files, It starts the wallet fine, and creates the contents of the HoboNickels folder
- I close the wallet, delete out the 2 Blk..dat files, and the wallet.dat, and the txleveldb dir
- I copy over my wallet.dat, the 2 Blk...dat files, and the txleveldb dir from the new downloaded
- I start the wallet back, and get the same error, I've been getting

Could my wallet.dat be off somehow?  I've got other copies, I can dig out.
Is my process off somewhere?

Is is possible your wallet.dat got corrupted. Have you tried -salvagewallet startup switch ?

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July 14, 2017, 09:05:27 AM
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I'm having wallet issues as well. I get the following error

Critical error loading wallet "reset" from wallet-reset.dat: CDB() : cant open
database file wallet-reset.dat, error 22

I had renamed this wallet file a long time ago when doing some coin cleanup to rest all my stakes into one large chunk. I can't seem to get this to work, and google isnt helping. Any tips how to remedy an error 22? thanks
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July 14, 2017, 03:36:08 PM
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I'm having wallet issues as well. I get the following error

Critical error loading wallet "reset" from wallet-reset.dat: CDB() : cant open
database file wallet-reset.dat, error 22

I had renamed this wallet file a long time ago when doing some coin cleanup to rest all my stakes into one large chunk. I can't seem to get this to work, and google isnt helping. Any tips how to remedy an error 22? thanks

There is no easy way currently to run salvagewallet  on a secondary wallet .If you have a wallet-reset.dat backup, try using that one instead. If not try these steps below.

1) Shutdown client
2) rename wallet.dat to noloadwallet.dat
3) rename wallet-reset.dat to wallet.dat
4) Startclient with -salvagewallet
5) Be patient, after fixing keys, it will rescan 5million blocks, this can take a fair amount of time. Possibly hours depending on your computer.
6) After complete, shutdown client
7) rename your wallet.dat (previously wallet-reset.dat) back to wallet-reset.dat
Cool rename your noloadwallet.dat to wallet.dat
9) start client up
10) do more frequent wallet backups!

You can alway monitor that progress by looking at the debug.log file.

I will work on adding an extra switch to salvagewallet to work on a secondary wallet For version 1.6.

Edit: If you are good with startups switches you can also also do this to save time.
1) Shutdown client
2) Create new dir called C:\hbn_fix
3) copy wallet-reset.dat to c:\hbn_fix\wallet.dat
4) startup client with -salavgewallet -datadir=c:\hbn_fix
5) After client is done and wallet is working, shut it down.
6) rename your wallet-reset.dat in your normal datadir %appdata% to brokewallet-reset.dat
7) Copy your wallet.dat form c:\hbn_fix to your normal datadir as wallet-reset.dat

This method may save a bit of time.


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July 14, 2017, 03:53:54 PM
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Cryptopia still hasn't unfrozen the wallet deposits yet.
Artificial price spike since no one can add coin to the exchange. So the coins on there are "worth more".

Would be amazing is those prices stayed. I could put a down payment on a car Smiley

As soon as the wallet unlocks. Everyone will dump their coins on the price and tank the demand side. Any one not watching their buys will be left holding the bag as it falls. We only have 1.8 BTC in depth before it drops down to 140 satoshi.

A counter argument, to show that it is not a totally cornered market, and would be difficult to corner.

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So if a person tries to take the pump too far they will have to buy a lot of expensive coins.

You are right though, any new person should never buy a coin while deposits are not enabled, because the price can be run up artificially.
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July 14, 2017, 05:34:07 PM
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It's an artificial spike. Not exactly a man made/planned pump. In flow of coins has halted so current coins on market are inflated from demand. It's not a pump by a coin holder by manipulating the market, but a system update based inflation.

As soon as the flood gates/wallet opens, every one with coins will be selling. Very few would be buying.
The value will then drastically drop since the depth isn't there to sustain high value.

I have 389k hbn. I can personally drop the value into the 10-30 satoshi range if I dumped my wallet.

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July 14, 2017, 06:39:13 PM
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It's an artificial spike. Not exactly a man made/planned pump. In flow of coins has halted so current coins on market are inflated from demand. It's not a pump by a coin holder by manipulating the market, but a system update based inflation.

As soon as the flood gates/wallet opens, every one with coins will be selling. Very few would be buying.
The value will then drastically drop since the depth isn't there to sustain high value.

I have 389k hbn. I can personally drop the value into the 10-30 satoshi range if I dumped my wallet.


Naw, there is a bitcoin at 300.  It would eat your 389k.. Also during those huge dumps the bots come out and play and create liquidity as well.

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July 14, 2017, 07:16:42 PM
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HBN and HYP had market caps of roughly $30k each at the start of May 2017. I am not buying that the devs finally showing up warrants them to pump up to $1.5mil each. If you all can sustain those higher market caps, more power to you, but the dumps will come as they always do in high PoS coins. Or, hey, if it looks like demand is picking up for the high PoS model again, I am sure iGotSpots will come back and flood the market with clones Grin

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July 14, 2017, 07:57:41 PM
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I'm having wallet issues as well. I get the following error

Critical error loading wallet "reset" from wallet-reset.dat: CDB() : cant open
database file wallet-reset.dat, error 22

I had renamed this wallet file a long time ago when doing some coin cleanup to rest all my stakes into one large chunk. I can't seem to get this to work, and google isnt helping. Any tips how to remedy an error 22? thanks

There is no easy way currently to run salvagewallet  on a secondary wallet .If you have a wallet-reset.dat backup, try using that one instead. If not try these steps below.

1) Shutdown client
2) rename wallet.dat to noloadwallet.dat
3) rename wallet-reset.dat to wallet.dat
4) Startclient with -salvagewallet
5) Be patient, after fixing keys, it will rescan 5million blocks, this can take a fair amount of time. Possibly hours depending on your computer.
6) After complete, shutdown client
7) rename your wallet.dat (previously wallet-reset.dat) back to wallet-reset.dat
Cool rename your noloadwallet.dat to wallet.dat
9) start client up
10) do more frequent wallet backups!

You can alway monitor that progress by looking at the debug.log file.

I will work on adding an extra switch to salvagewallet to work on a secondary wallet For version 1.6.

Edit: If you are good with startups switches you can also also do this to save time.
1) Shutdown client
2) Create new dir called C:\hbn_fix
3) copy wallet-reset.dat to c:\hbn_fix\wallet.dat
4) startup client with -salavgewallet -datadir=c:\hbn_fix
5) After client is done and wallet is working, shut it down.
6) rename your wallet-reset.dat in your normal datadir %appdata% to brokewallet-reset.dat
7) Copy your wallet.dat form c:\hbn_fix to your normal datadir as wallet-reset.dat

This method may save a bit of time.



This is what happens whenever I have tried to -salvagewallet this one

2017-07-14 19:52:55 Renamed wallet.dat to wallet.1500061975.bak
2017-07-14 19:52:55 Error: Salvage found errors, all data may not be recoverable.
2017-07-14 19:52:55 Salvage(aggressive) found no records in wallet.1500061975.bak.

2017-07-14 19:54:03 Failed to rename wallet.dat to wallet.1500062043.bak

and the client exits. I gave up before when this happened because I couldnt figure it out. Is it doing this because the wallet was encrypted?

also, db.log gives me a bunch of errors. heres the last one

wallet.1488662875.bak: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 359/6987529, past end of log at 71/4537095
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment
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July 14, 2017, 08:18:41 PM
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It's an artificial spike. Not exactly a man made/planned pump. In flow of coins has halted so current coins on market are inflated from demand. It's not a pump by a coin holder by manipulating the market, but a system update based inflation.

As soon as the flood gates/wallet opens, every one with coins will be selling. Very few would be buying.
The value will then drastically drop since the depth isn't there to sustain high value.

I have 389k hbn. I can personally drop the value into the 10-30 satoshi range if I dumped my wallet.


Naw, there is a bitcoin at 300.  It would eat your 389k.. Also during those huge dumps the bots come out and play and create liquidity as well.
You're right. I was reading the depth chart wrong. There's some decent buys in place, but any human trader watching his stuff should pull out his stops as it falls.

I'd love to see it settle higher than what we were at. It's an OG coin compared to some of the stuff out there now.

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This is what happens whenever I have tried to -salvagewallet this one

2017-07-14 19:52:55 Renamed wallet.dat to wallet.1500061975.bak
2017-07-14 19:52:55 Error: Salvage found errors, all data may not be recoverable.
2017-07-14 19:52:55 Salvage(aggressive) found no records in wallet.1500061975.bak.

2017-07-14 19:54:03 Failed to rename wallet.dat to wallet.1500062043.bak

and the client exits. I gave up before when this happened because I couldnt figure it out. Is it doing this because the wallet was encrypted?

also, db.log gives me a bunch of errors. heres the last one

wallet.1488662875.bak: DB_VERIFY_BAD: Database verification failed
file unknown has LSN 359/6987529, past end of log at 71/4537095
Commonly caused by moving a database from one database environment
to another without clearing the database LSNs, or by removing all of
the log files from a database environment

Hmm A possibly corrupted encrypted wallet.. I am not sure I have dealt with that yet. I will ask the obvious, do you have a backup before it was encrypted, or one that was encrypted but from a while ago?

I don't know if the database dir has much do to with it. But you should attempt to salvage on a clean database dir as well. Under a separate datadir, so you don't mess up your normal wallet.

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