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March 28, 2017, 02:47:19 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

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March 28, 2017, 03:06:41 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.
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March 28, 2017, 05:17:59 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

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March 28, 2017, 06:45:18 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?
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March 28, 2017, 07:15:44 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?


I manged to find some commands and ran:

sweep_all <address> <payment id> and I get:

Error: not enough outputs for specified mixin_count = 4:
output amount = 0.000344170105, found outputs to mix = 1
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March 28, 2017, 07:38:14 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?


I manged to find some commands and ran:

sweep_all <address> <payment id> and I get:

Error: not enough outputs for specified mixin_count = 4:
output amount = 0.000344170105, found outputs to mix = 1

Could you try the transfer command with a small(er) amount? The command is transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>. In addition, you can type "help" into monero-wallet-cli to find which commands are available and their documentation.

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March 28, 2017, 07:46:30 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?


I manged to find some commands and ran:

sweep_all <address> <payment id> and I get:

Error: not enough outputs for specified mixin_count = 4:
output amount = 0.000344170105, found outputs to mix = 1

Could you try the transfer command with a small(er) amount? The command is transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>. In addition, you can type "help" into monero-wallet-cli to find which commands are available and their documentation.

I tried it with just 10 XMR using command:

transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>
Wallet password:
Sending 10.000000000000.  Your transaction needs to be split into 3 transactions.  This will result in a transaction fee being applied to each transaction, for a total fee of 0.185646781530
Is this okay?  (Y/Yes/N/No):

Is this fee high for this?
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March 28, 2017, 08:59:06 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?


I manged to find some commands and ran:

sweep_all <address> <payment id> and I get:

Error: not enough outputs for specified mixin_count = 4:
output amount = 0.000344170105, found outputs to mix = 1

Could you try the transfer command with a small(er) amount? The command is transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>. In addition, you can type "help" into monero-wallet-cli to find which commands are available and their documentation.

I tried it with just 10 XMR using command:

transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>
Wallet password:
Sending 10.000000000000.  Your transaction needs to be split into 3 transactions.  This will result in a transaction fee being applied to each transaction, for a total fee of 0.185646781530
Is this okay?  (Y/Yes/N/No):

Is this fee high for this?


No, that's fine. The fee is simply determined by the size of your transaction and given that you have a lot of small(er) inputs, you'll have relatively large transactions that correspond to relatively higher fees.

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March 28, 2017, 10:23:08 PM
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I am loading up an old wallet from 2014 to see what was in it and I found about 120 or so Monero.  I was going to transfer this to an exchange but my output says:

Error: Failed to find a way to create transactions. This is usually due to dust which is so small it cannot pay for itself in fees, or trying to send more money than the unlocked balance, or not leaving enough for fees

So I looked at the log and it says:

WARN    wallet.simplewallet   src/simplewallet/simplewallet.cpp:2491   not enough money to transfer, available only 123.082344170105, transaction amount 128.195681160000 = 123.000000000000 + 5.195681160000 (fee)

So is there REALLY an over 5 XMR fee for sending Monero or am I doing something wrong?  I mean if that is the fee for sending transactions I don't know how Monero is still alive.  I am guessing that I am doing wrong on my part.  Thanks for your help.

Your wallet most likely has a lot of (small) inputs, which makes the size of the transaction fairly large. A typical RingCT transaction currently is around 20-25 cents. In addition, if I recall correctly, the fee will be slightly lower after the upcoming hard fork (April 15).

Given that you own a wallet with a lot of (small) inputs. I'd advise to do as follows.

[1] Run the sweep_unmixable command in monero-wallet-cli. This will combine all your small unmixable inputs into a single output. That is, it will basically "undust" your "dust".

[2] Subsequently, you should be able to use sweep_all to send your full balance to a different address (if that is your intend). Note that the fee will be subtracted from the total balance. Thus, if you, for instance, have 100 XMR and the transaction costs 0.1 XMR (fee), 99.9 XMR will be sent to the recipient and the miner that includes your transaction into a block will take 0.1 XMR as fee.

That is very good info thank you.  Yes I there are a lot of small transactions when I was pool mining way back when.  I am getting this now when running the command:

Balance: 123.082344523698, unlocked balance: 123.082344523698
[wallet 111111]: sweep_unmixable
Wallet password:
Error: internal error: Transaction cannot pay for itself

Also, Every time I run the monero-wallet-cli.exe I get the green transaction and the received then I eventually get to a prompt where I can type commands.  Earlier my wallet was only showing 59 monero now it is showing 123 and not sure why it has changed.  Pleasant surprise.  Thanks for your help btw.

[1] Like your error states, the amount of unmixable inputs does not exceed the fee that would be needed to consolidate them into one big output. I'd advise to try sweep_all then and see if you are able to get the full balance out. If not, try using smaller amounts and create multiple transactions.

[2] You are most likely not saving monero-wallet-cli properly and thus it has to fetch new blocks (which contain your transaction) every time on startup. Make sure to exit monero-wallet-cli by typing exit instead of clicking on the x. In addition, with the "show_transfers" command you can see a record of your past transactions.

Thanks for the response.  I am trying trying to find good documentation on how to use the sweep_all command and I am having trouble.  Can you tell me the proper syntax?


I manged to find some commands and ran:

sweep_all <address> <payment id> and I get:

Error: not enough outputs for specified mixin_count = 4:
output amount = 0.000344170105, found outputs to mix = 1

Could you try the transfer command with a small(er) amount? The command is transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>. In addition, you can type "help" into monero-wallet-cli to find which commands are available and their documentation.

I tried it with just 10 XMR using command:

transfer <address> <amount> <payment_id>
Wallet password:
Sending 10.000000000000.  Your transaction needs to be split into 3 transactions.  This will result in a transaction fee being applied to each transaction, for a total fee of 0.185646781530
Is this okay?  (Y/Yes/N/No):

Is this fee high for this?


I'd wait for the scheduled fork, I believe the transaction cost is being lowered. Wink

You have waited this long.

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Total nodes: 753 

Awesome to see the network grow.  Thats up about 10x in the last year and a half or so?



I can't remember the last time I saw less than 200. I think it's been over 200 for years now. But it has risen alot since the initial spike.

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Congrats, looking good (Y)

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Thanks, works great already! Grin
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My win64 laptop just crashed for the first time in over 3 years.
GUI opened, started daemon, synced, and began to sync wallet.  I also started it mining, which might have been ambitous, given the load of programs currently running  Cheesy  Anyway, I was pretty shocked that it just gave up.  Some windows notice about errors, and it restarted.  I will start it all up again, and see how it goes.
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My win64 laptop just crashed for the first time in over 3 years.
GUI opened, started daemon, synced, and began to sync wallet.  I also started it mining, which might have been ambitous, given the load of programs currently running  Cheesy  Anyway, I was pretty shocked that it just gave up.  Some windows notice about errors, and it restarted.  I will start it all up again, and see how it goes.


Yeah, that was very ambitious! Thats a quick thrashing of the HD and a smack of 100% cpu on a unstable OS. LOL

I wouldn't be surprised if you got a kernel exception on nix doing that. Lol

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My win64 laptop just crashed for the first time in over 3 years.
GUI opened, started daemon, synced, and began to sync wallet.  I also started it mining, which might have been ambitous, given the load of programs currently running  Cheesy  Anyway, I was pretty shocked that it just gave up.  Some windows notice about errors, and it restarted.  I will start it all up again, and see how it goes.


Yeah, that was very ambitious! Thats a quick thrashing of the HD and a smack of 100% cpu on a unstable OS. LOL

I wouldn't be surprised if you got a kernel exception on nix doing that. Lol

It is no sprinter, but it typically handles 100% cpu load without much fuss.  You know its out of breath, but its still running.

  I reduced the load on the system and it loaded and synced my wallet with no fuss.  Cool.  First try at the GUI.  I like it  Cool
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My win64 laptop just crashed for the first time in over 3 years.
GUI opened, started daemon, synced, and began to sync wallet.  I also started it mining, which might have been ambitous, given the load of programs currently running  Cheesy  Anyway, I was pretty shocked that it just gave up.  Some windows notice about errors, and it restarted.  I will start it all up again, and see how it goes.


Yeah, that was very ambitious! Thats a quick thrashing of the HD and a smack of 100% cpu on a unstable OS. LOL

I wouldn't be surprised if you got a kernel exception on nix doing that. Lol

It is no sprinter, but it typically handles 100% cpu load without much fuss.  You know its out of breath, but its still running.

  I reduced the load on the system and it loaded and synced my wallet with no fuss.  Cool.  First try at the GUI.  I like it  Cool

Nice, winblows has always been weakest when Hd is getting pummeled for some reason. Smiley

I haven't tried the GUI since initial beta release but I thought it was fine back then. Holy shit I can't believe I'm talking about the GUI release in the past Tense!!!

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