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July 28, 2012, 07:09:08 PM
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I was making a bet on satoshidice, the power dimmed and my net connection dropped.  Now the client has the coins deducted from my wallet, and blockchain.info says they never made it.  Running bitcoin-qt with -rescan didn't change anything, now what?

tx id was :0b15a8e14705f1617e935970c155da4dd9876cc2f826648a11c8a050cf3c85b5

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looks like just waiting a few minutes made it go through, wish the client was more clear.
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July 29, 2012, 08:06:24 AM
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I was making a bet on satoshidice, the power dimmed and my net connection dropped.  Now the client has the coins deducted from my wallet, and blockchain.info says they never made it.  Running bitcoin-qt with -rescan didn't change anything, now what?

tx id was :0b15a8e14705f1617e935970c155da4dd9876cc2f826648a11c8a050cf3c85b5

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looks like just waiting a few minutes made it go through, wish the client was more clear.

The client will notice that the transaction wasn't included in a block and will rebroadcast within about a half hour.  It doesn't check on startup so that privacy is compromised (if a new connection is followed by a new transaction, then that node is likely the one where that transaction's wallet is, or is close to.)

 - https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Network#Standard_relaying
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