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September 23, 2011, 08:57:25 PM
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I'm running "Bitcoin version 0.3.24-beta" on a couple Linux servers.  About once a week, the daemon crashes and I have to restart it.  In every instance, the last entry in debug.log is something like the following:

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Added time data, samples 28503, offset +0 (+0 minutes)
-747598944  -747551416  -747428248 ... -201976  -1940

The daemon seems to crash while it's printing the entire list of time samples.  In the above quote, the median offset was "+0" but "-1940" was the last sample it printed.

I haven't noticed any other patterns.  What else can I do to help narrow down the problem?
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October 03, 2011, 01:58:17 PM
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Since upgrading to v0.4.0 about 10 days ago, the problem hasn't happened again
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October 20, 2011, 02:46:45 PM
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Apparently it's not fixed in v0.4  I encountered the same problem again this morning.  Here's the last part of debug.log ("..." is omitted time data)

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Added time data, samples 38677, offset -5 (+0 minutes)
-1002019412  -1001336709  -1001335688  -999731070  -749169022 ... -1  -1  -1  -1  -1
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October 21, 2011, 02:44:56 AM
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Now known as issue #589
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