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August 19, 2014, 06:30:19 PM
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in Armory's datadir, delete the databases folder
Cores now only ~40 weeks behind, will the chain from core being more than half done affect anything if I do that and then start Armory or at this point should I just let core finish and then do that folder delete / run Armory ?

Let Core finish first.
Thx for the help, now 37 weeks behind so sometime later tonight or tomorrow it should finish and then I can do the folder thing. Will post back here though after that.

I did notice in the Armor folder there's three shortcuts.

(Online) & (Offline) I suspect star the respective clients, but the main shortcut. I assume that's just another "online" shortcut ?

Also, what can I expect to happen when I delete hat folder and run Armory, assuming no more "errors" come up ?

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August 19, 2014, 08:08:09 PM
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You should have 3 shortcuts if I recall right: Armory Online, Offline and Testnet

As for the error: usually these types of crashes come from a corrupt DB. Deleting the databases folder let's Armory start fresh. For an easy way to determine the error is DB corruption, start Armory in offline mode. If it starts up successfully, then it's the DB, as offline Armory does not initialize the DB.

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August 19, 2014, 08:21:46 PM
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You should have 3 shortcuts if I recall right: Armory Online, Offline and Testnet

As for the error: usually these types of crashes come from a corrupt DB. Deleting the databases folder let's Armory start fresh. For an easy way to determine the error is DB corruption, start Armory in offline mode. If it starts up successfully, then it's the DB, as offline Armory does not initialize the DB.
I ran both and am now getting the acceptance of terms screen so not sure where that error went but I clicked cancel since in your one reply you said to just let core finish which is now at 30 weeks behind.

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August 19, 2014, 08:34:48 PM
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You have to agree to the EULA before anything else runs. You can go past it in offline mode, but wait until Core is done syncing before trying in online mode.

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August 19, 2014, 08:37:44 PM
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You have to agree to the EULA before anything else runs. You can go past it in offline mode, but wait until Core is done syncing before trying in online mode.
Will do, if I want to check out various settings in offline. Will those saved in offline be used in online ? Or are there different rule sets for the two "versions" ?

Ty.

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August 19, 2014, 10:42:50 PM
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You have to agree to the EULA before anything else runs. You can go past it in offline mode, but wait until Core is done syncing before trying in online mode.
Will do, if I want to check out various settings in offline. Will those saved in offline be used in online ? Or are there different rule sets for the two "versions" ?

Ty.

Settings only change going from mainnet to testnet.

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August 19, 2014, 10:47:59 PM
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You have to agree to the EULA before anything else runs. You can go past it in offline mode, but wait until Core is done syncing before trying in online mode.
Will do, if I want to check out various settings in offline. Will those saved in offline be used in online ? Or are there different rule sets for the two "versions" ?

Ty.

Settings only change going from mainnet to testnet.
Sweet... anyway, Ty for all of the help.

Will post back after I get online up if I have more questions ;-)

Core should be around 27 weeks now.

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August 21, 2014, 05:18:53 AM
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I've been seeing some connection to client lost messages, what generally causes this ?

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August 21, 2014, 05:45:44 AM
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I've been seeing some connection to client lost messages, what generally causes this ?

It could be core maxing out it's p2p connections

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August 21, 2014, 05:50:58 AM
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I've been seeing some connection to client lost messages, what generally causes this ?

It could be core maxing out it's p2p connections
I'm still green under the collar with Armory, so, huh ?

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August 21, 2014, 12:16:29 PM
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I've been seeing some connection to client lost messages, what generally causes this ?

It could be core maxing out it's p2p connections
I'm still green under the collar with Armory, so, huh ?

Default, bitcoin-core uses 8 connections to connect to other Bitcoin-nodes.
So I would say those messages are harmless (until someone else chimes in here).

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August 21, 2014, 12:21:42 PM
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I've been seeing some connection to client lost messages, what generally causes this ?

It could be core maxing out it's p2p connections
I'm still green under the collar with Armory, so, huh ?

Default, bitcoin-core uses 8 connections to connect to other Bitcoin-nodes.
So I would say those messages are harmless (until someone else chimes in here).

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Note that people tend to have issues when they have a custom bitcoin.conf.  Usually happens when they limit connections, and Core maxes out its P2P connections with peers that aren't Armory.

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August 21, 2014, 12:22:01 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Also, I'm happy to visit the bitcoin-konferenz(.de) in Cologne, Germany.  You might find a groupie there, Alan! ;-)

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August 21, 2014, 01:06:10 PM
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Since doing the latest update to Armoury on my Xubuntu 14.04 (64) machine it's never worked since.  The database never builds it gets to 99% <1 Minute to go and just hangs there forever.  I've tried deleting the two folders within -
Code:
:~/.armory/databases
- and I've tried also uninstalling plus purging the Armory install.  I do have a non-standard setup where my -
Code:
/home
- is on a SSHD and my -
Code:
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folder is on a SSD.

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August 21, 2014, 01:13:13 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Maybe you have to add 127.0.0.1 to the allowed IPs in the connect line? Is the rpcuser and rpcpassword still there?
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August 21, 2014, 01:24:22 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Maybe you have to add 127.0.0.1 to the allowed IPs in the connect line? Is the rpcuser and rpcpassword still there?

..added localhost to "connect" and "addnode". Still offline.
Yes, rpcuser and rpcpassword are unchanged.

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August 21, 2014, 01:27:29 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Maybe you have to add 127.0.0.1 to the allowed IPs in the connect line? Is the rpcuser and rpcpassword still there?

..added localhost to "connect" and "addnode". Still offline.
Yes, rpcuser and rpcpassword are unchanged.

Ente

Ah, forgot one thing, you could try "listen=1". According to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin#Bitcoin.conf_Configuration_File this is disabled, if connect is set.
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August 21, 2014, 02:08:52 PM
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Since doing the latest update to Armoury on my Xubuntu 14.04 (64) machine it's never worked since.  The database never builds it gets to 99% <1 Minute to go and just hangs there forever.  I've tried deleting the two folders within -
Code:
:~/.armory/databases
- and I've tried also uninstalling plus purging the Armory install.  I do have a non-standard setup where my -
Code:
/home
- is on a SSHD and my -
Code:
/
folder is on a SSD.

Make a ticket please, and attach your log files:

https://bitcoinarmory.com/support/

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August 21, 2014, 02:17:09 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Ente

Try adding this argument to your command line "--skip-online-check"
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August 21, 2014, 02:41:22 PM
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I set up a server with 24/7 running bitcoind. This one shall be the only one with "outside connections". My local bitcoind on my workstation, with Armory too, connects only to that server (via "connect="). My local bitcoind connects fine. Armory insists it is offline, though.
What's going on here? The only thing I change is activating/deactivating "connect=".
Does bitcoind need to have at least x connections to be considered "online"?

Maybe you have to add 127.0.0.1 to the allowed IPs in the connect line? Is the rpcuser and rpcpassword still there?

..added localhost to "connect" and "addnode". Still offline.
Yes, rpcuser and rpcpassword are unchanged.

Ente

Ah, forgot one thing, you could try "listen=1". According to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin#Bitcoin.conf_Configuration_File this is disabled, if connect is set.

Bang, spot on!
Now it works, with "connect" and "listen".
Thank you a ton, flipper!

..you can set the thread to [solved] now  Cheesy

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