New Wallet Version 1.2.6
New Wallet Version 1.2.6
- improved blacklisting peers due failed poc verification
- improved blacklisting peers due failed rewardrecipient
- faster queue processing (will help speed up propagation of blocks to reduce the chance of forks happening at all)
Anyone on 1.2.3 should re-sync when they upgrade!
gpedro last edited by
@luxe One each week xD That is cool man... Props to the team?!
theduuude last edited by
@luxe All our pools have been updated to this version, with clean DB's. The rest of the sites will be updated over the next couple of days.
Gonz104 last edited by
Trying to update my wallet. Extracted the zip file and trying to run it. First time it says that it can't find my Java on this computer. I went ahead and installed the newest update of Java (8) but still continues to give me the same message
Is there a different way that I need to update my current wallet?
On problems using run scripts ... please use command line to ...
check java version:
Should result in something like
java version "1.8.0_92" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_92-b14) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.92-b14, mixed mode)
If not you may need to set PATH variables or install java at all.
The 1.2.6 release can be started from within burstcoin directory by execute:
Windows (command line or put in a *.bat file):
java -cp burst.jar;conf nxt.Nxt
Linux (command line or put in a *.sh file):
java -cp burst.jar:conf nxt.Nxt
Make sure to download the release binaries from:
and not the source code without burst.jar file.
@luxe hi how do you end task for wallet in windows when you run the run.bat way
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@Blago My blockchain files keep getting corrupted
Often, the blockchain files get corrupted as a result of the Nxt software being
forcefully terminated (by using Ctrl-C in Windows, by forcibly closing the terminal
window, or by using "kill -9" in UNIX). To create a more graceful means of stopping
the software, alter your "java" command for starting Nxt to something like the
java -jar start.jar STOP.PORT=<port> STOP.KEY=<password>
<port> is any available TCP port. Almost any number between 10000 and 65535 should
<password> is any simple password
When your Nxt software is started in this way, you will be able to exit it gracefully
by running the following command:
java -jar start.jar STOP.PORT=<port> STOP.KEY=<password> --stop
where <port> and <password> are the same values you used when starting the server.
@luxe what is the differance between the 2?
Until now I've always updated the Client to the newest Core version in 24 hours...
@daWallet Does that mean that we have to wait for an AIO update if we want to use the latest core wallet, or is it possible to update the core only, and keep using the current AIO?
Blago last edited by Blago
@Propagandalf you can manually update your wallet/miner/plotter (if you want)
de-luxe released this 10 days ago
burstwindowswallet version 0.3.3.1
dawallet released this 10 days ago
The Burst team has previously announced that they need more than 50% to move over to the new wallet. Does that new wallet version have to be 1.2.6? Or is it enough to be on 1.2.5? Because I don't want to update right now.
@Propagandalf 1.2.6 is recommended, minimum upgrade procedure is just copy the new burst.jar. A full resync is recommended, but not required.
I have now replaced the burst.jar with the newest one I downloaded. When I open the AIO, it now says "NRS version 1.2.6". Does this means that I am now using the newest wallet?
I am also downloading the db to do a full resync.
@Propagandalf Yep, 1.2.6 gets you onto the latest version.
@haitch OK, thanks for letting me know.
I believe I have resynced successfully to the database now, but I would like to confirm if I am doing it right:
I downloaded the zipped db, extracted it, and completely replaced everything in appdata - roaming - burstwallet - burst_db folder (AIO client). I backed up the old files in there just in case, and I wonder how come some of them have different names?
Don't we need the burst.lock.db? What's the difference between burst.h2.db and burst.mv.db?
@Propagandalf the database got an update in version 1.2.4. It can save more known peers for example.