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June 18, 2012, 09:50:58 PM
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Allright so what if you guys actually told me how do YOUR litecoin\database folders look like instead of this childish LOLing and WOWing Wink
Do you also have a lot of log.* files there?
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June 18, 2012, 09:52:48 PM
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nope, my litecoin/database is like 150MB
but yes, there is many log.* files there.. but not like 33 GB Tongue

almust the same on my serv where http://wallet.liteco.in/ is...

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June 18, 2012, 09:59:46 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...
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June 18, 2012, 10:00:47 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue

well, i have also been solo mining, was still the same Wink

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June 18, 2012, 10:57:56 PM
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That would only affect the "isolated node". A blockchain fork of litecoin would not affect the real main blockchain from what this sounds like.

As in the past a block chain fork the coins created would not be accepted (i.e. rejected) from the main blockchain.

Yes that is true. But a major attack to all the nodes would cause a major impact in Litecoin service providers.

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June 18, 2012, 10:59:04 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...

You might want to keep it because maybe just maybe it contains 33GB of your litecoin private key for your wallet. LOL

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June 18, 2012, 11:14:30 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...

Some of the people on here are trolling. The database files contain the blockchain and everyone's transaction history, not your private keys (those are stored in your wallet.dat.) There might have been an error in the code that caused your client to re-download the blockchain over and over, thus causing the 33GB worth of data. In any case, it is safe to delete all of the log.xxxxxxxxxx files in that folder, Litecoin\blkindex.dat, and Litecoin\blk00xxxx.dat.

EDIT: Restart Litecoin-qt.exe, and the client will proceed to re-download the blockchain.

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June 18, 2012, 11:22:42 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...

Some of the people on here are trolling. The database files contain the blockchain and everyone's transaction history, not your private keys (those are stored in your wallet.dat.) There might have been an error in the code that caused your client to re-download the blockchain over and over, thus causing the 33GB worth of data. In any case, it is safe to delete all of the log.xxxxxxxxxx files in that folder, Litecoin\blkindex.dat, and Litecoin\blk00xxxx.dat.

EDIT: Restart Litecoin-qt.exe, and the client will proceed to re-download the blockchain.

Of course i'm trolling. =)

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June 18, 2012, 11:27:52 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...

Some of the people on here are trolling. The database files contain the blockchain and everyone's transaction history, not your private keys (those are stored in your wallet.dat.) There might have been an error in the code that caused your client to re-download the blockchain over and over, thus causing the 33GB worth of data. In any case, it is safe to delete all of the log.xxxxxxxxxx files in that folder, Litecoin\blkindex.dat, and Litecoin\blk00xxxx.dat.

EDIT: Restart Litecoin-qt.exe, and the client will proceed to re-download the blockchain.

Of course i'm trolling. =)

Of course trolling occasionally is fine for entertainment value, I just think LoWang is a bit confused right now.  Tongue

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June 18, 2012, 11:37:07 PM
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So I guess it is like this because of my solo mining  Tongue
I hope I can safely delete it...

Some of the people on here are trolling. The database files contain the blockchain and everyone's transaction history, not your private keys (those are stored in your wallet.dat.) There might have been an error in the code that caused your client to re-download the blockchain over and over, thus causing the 33GB worth of data. In any case, it is safe to delete all of the log.xxxxxxxxxx files in that folder, Litecoin\blkindex.dat, and Litecoin\blk00xxxx.dat.

EDIT: Restart Litecoin-qt.exe, and the client will proceed to re-download the blockchain.

Of course i'm trolling. =)

Of course trolling occasionally is fine for entertainment value, I just think LoWang is a bit confused right now.  Tongue

An I am entertained lol =)

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June 19, 2012, 12:44:55 PM
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
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June 19, 2012, 01:11:29 PM
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !

i dont think he can lay litecoin down..

well, if someone else have a botnet or like that, they just attack him then..

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June 19, 2012, 01:20:54 PM
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !

i dont think he can lay litecoin down..

well, if someone else have a botnet or like that, they just attack him then..

Where are you bigcpuminer ( 10 000 PC botnet owner ) Huh
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June 19, 2012, 01:29:23 PM
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !

i dont think he can lay litecoin down..

well, if someone else have a botnet or like that, they just attack him then..

Where are you bigcpuminer ( 10 000 PC botnet owner ) Huh
botnet is not the problem, more to get his info if it is... bit still i dont think it happens..

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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !

i dont think he can lay litecoin down..

well, if someone else have a botnet or like that, they just attack him then..

Where are you bigcpuminer ( 10 000 PC botnet owner ) Huh
botnet is not the problem, more to get his info if it is... bit still i dont think it happens..

IMHO if he attacks LTC then somebody should DDOS the crap out of Eligius pool ...

I understood when he attack the CLC scam but LTC is actually good chain. Not like SC or IXC or IOC crap ...
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June 19, 2012, 02:07:22 PM
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I really do hope that the idiot Luke-JR does not attack Litecoin because ATM is really is the only alternative to BTC Cry
why should he do that?
and how?

He killed CLC altchain and hates all crypto except BTC.

He says he intents to use the DDOS vulnerability in BTC on LTC chain !

i dont think he can lay litecoin down..

well, if someone else have a botnet or like that, they just attack him then..

Where are you bigcpuminer ( 10 000 PC botnet owner ) Huh
botnet is not the problem, more to get his info if it is... bit still i dont think it happens..

IMHO if he attacks LTC then somebody should DDOS the crap out of Eligius pool ...

I understood when he attack the CLC scam but LTC is actually good chain. Not like SC or IXC or IOC crap ...
well, if you ask me, everybody should stop there crap DDOS'ing... '

But so far, i think the LTC chain will be untouch'd

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IMHO if he attacks LTC then somebody should DDOS the crap out of Eligius pool ...
Don't go there. Really.
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Of course trolling occasionally is fine for entertainment value, I just think LoWang is a bit confused right now.  Tongue

And I think you guys have no idea what to answer me so you rather laugh then worry about your lack of understanding Cheesy

The blockchain is NOT in these log.* files. It is in blk0001.dat and blkindex.dat. Why the heck would it be 33GB for me and 150MB for the other people? It is the same for everyone of course.
So I exited the client, deleted all the log.* and after relaunching it took about 5minutes to synchronize with a network, created just one new log file and then it worked normally again.
Unfortunatelly there seems to be a bug which causes these files to be created often (I have 17 of them just today - each has 100MB), so it seems I will have to periodically close the wallet and delete it Undecided
I guess it happens because of my mining setup and a lot of connections to litecoin network.
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