What the correct path of the local DB in Win10 ?
It seems that I cant get the local db to run on Win 10 machine while on Win7 everything is working fine.
On Win7, after I dl the complete DB I copied it to c:/user/username/appdata/roaming/burst wallet/ burst_db.
On the Win10 there is no such Folder (burst_db), and after creating it and unzipping the whole db into it Win10 /aio wallet current Version seems to ignore it. This by not starting the local wallet at all.
Wrong Folder or where did I go wrong?
Zaza last edited by
@Marc I'm running windows 10 and I still have that directory. The only difference is theres no space between burst and wallet. C:\Users\Burst\AppData\Roaming\BurstWallet\burst_db. If you're having an issue redownloading it, you could go to Help - Clean up DB via the wallet and see if it downloads there after you login local.
@Zaza just my typo, there is no space in the Folder Name BurstWallet, neither on 7 nor on 10.
Also, I cant see how on the AIO Wallet Interface I can start or say "force" the local wallet to sync (even if will take days).
On 7 in the right down Corner of the wallet there was a %Age showing the actual syncinc of the the local DB.
On 10 - nothing.
I have cleaned the DB on 10 a couple of times but think thats pointless - as there is no Folder "burst_db" its pointless cleaning/deleting whats in there.
arihan last edited by
On my windows 10 i have the burst_db in the folder with the run script.
Works fine for me
Also, on 7 there is 2 files in the burst_db Folder:
file size the first 6,2 GB which is obviously the DB itself (the blockchain) while burst.trace.db only 70kb some Kind of config(?) file, dunno. Can I copy burst.trace.db from win7 to win10 AND using it for another account/miner or would that not work?
arihan last edited by
I have both files too.. Moved them between windows and linux so don't see why you would have a problem moving them between 7 and 10. I don't think the database files care.
Yes you can use them for another account.
HiDevin last edited by
@Marc reinstall wallet and backup passwords,
actually run and sync local wallet when asked/ when first opening it
once it gets to 0.01% it should create the folder too, and yes you can move those files if you want
Looks like your Windows 10 machine has problems finding its java.
Marc last edited by Marc
@daWallet What I did is dl the DB freshly, but before deinstalled Java und put up the actual Version (8.3.1 iirc).
Works like a charm now and everything is fine, thanks daWallet for pointing me in the right direction (was a fresh installed Win10 Installation including Java so didnt find the idea ealier that the Java there already was outdated/incorrectly installed).