what's the &foo=bar part for? Sorry for the dumb question.
is this possible? What are the proper steps if you are using web wallets?
So that is how it is supposed to work I assume?
I am getting out put like this in each block. Is it supposed to be reading the entire amount of plotted space? This is what I am getting with mdcct miner:
New block 378693, basetarget 211581
1306 MB read/5226 GB total/deadline 1279715s (1279040s left)
I did notice that but that seems to just leave the DB broken. It will say rolling back 50000 but it's either having a problem writing or some other issue.
@iceburst do you have a script or command in there for a corrupt db check and reset? Maybe set to backup and roll back on a corruption problem?
@IceBurst thank you sir. Worked like a charm and was relatively quick.
Appreciate your effort. Will throw some burst your way when my mine starts to pay off.
@IceBurst I am using cat nxt.log to see what blocks have been processed. so far I am up to 275000 should I just let this finish to 377k, or whatever the count may be at the time?
@gpedro thank you for the link
@IceBurst what commands do I use to stop the wallet and restart
also once I wget the db what moves next to make sure it is in the proper location?
Very linux noob question sorry. Do I have to run that command from a particular folder of your wallet set-up to make sure it is placed correctly? Would it interfere with the current syncing process?
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