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January 17, 2015, 01:15:49 PM
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i'm noticing an error when i run ./validate_payouts.php

17 | wbullockiii     | TFSofAQDRm8gGf3y9oTLbRzjPJ9dtSd76C | 223.8253735400000000 |    MISSING | n/a

what's the best practice to remove this?  I was a manual payout that caused the issue.  I'm mining TAGcoin
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January 17, 2015, 01:33:55 PM
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i'm noticing an error when i run ./validate_payouts.php

17 | wbullockiii     | TFSofAQDRm8gGf3y9oTLbRzjPJ9dtSd76C | 223.8253735400000000 |    MISSING | n/a

what's the best practice to remove this?  I was a manual payout that caused the issue.  I'm mining TAGcoin

I personally didn't understand a word from what you said , only thing I got is that you are making a website and you got a message error anything but that .. nothing at all .
Anyway you should move your topic to Technical support you will find more help there .

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January 17, 2015, 01:44:23 PM
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sorry to waste everyones time.... I'll figure it out as I always do anyway.

you should know that you are not wasting anyones time , just give more informations mate . people can't predict what you want to say
Just post the script used here and all and people will help you . also put it on the right section as I told you

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January 17, 2015, 01:49:45 PM
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basically I'm trying to run a Tagcoin pool.  I got a message stating that the payouts are disabled due to a backend issue.  according to some posts about this on the MPOS wiki E0078 RPC method did not return 200 OK I could try to run: ./validate_payouts.php

I ran ./validate_payouts.php and this is what it returns:

17 | wbullockiii     | TFSofAQDRm8gGf3y9oTLbRzjPJ9dtSd76C | 223.8253735400000000 |    MISSING | n/a


I then took the recommended actions:

Workaround: Please check your coind transactions for the payout that you can find in the payouts logfile. You can use the supplied scripts/validate_payouts.php script to find any missing records in your coind. Please double check those, the script is not 100% perfect and may sometimes not pick up a transaction when it should. If you are missing that users payout that caused the error, manually trigger a sendtoaddress call from the wallet to pay them out, then force a cron run to restart the payout process.

Keep in mind: This is a workaround for an issue upstream. It does the trick and protects pool operators from double payouts.

The payout still does not appear although I'm not getting any errors after I forced the cronjobs to run with the -f flag

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