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July 14, 2010, 07:22:50 PM
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After performing about 2400 transfers of BC0.01 each, my wallet.dat grew to 340MB, and bitcoind crashed, asking me to run DB recovery. After I used BDB tools to dump and reload the wallet, I was able to get it to restart (alebit using 500MB of RAM), but trying to transfer out the remaining balance failed with:

error: Error: The transaction was rejected.  This might happen if some of the coins in your wallet were already spent, such as if you used a copy of wallet.dat and coins were spent in the copy but not marked as spent here.

How do I recover my wallet now?
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July 14, 2010, 07:27:13 PM
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My debug.log after repairing wallet.dat is here: http://fushizen.net/~bd/debug.log.gz
Unfortunately, this time I forgot to save debug.log for the crash itself, but I did encounter this same bug previously; here is the log for that time: http://fushizen.net/~bd/debug-crash.log.gz
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