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Latest Stable Nxt Client: Nxt 1.12.1 Upgrade before block 2870000 is mandatory!

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 1 
 on: December 23, 2019, 08:17:16 am 
Started by NexMesh - Last post by Jose
The nxt.log file is in the Nxt user directory. The same happens with the nxt_db folder
User directories per product and platform
https://desk.zoho.eu/portal/jelurida/kb/articles/user-directories-per-product-and-platform


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 on: December 23, 2019, 02:14:40 am 
Started by NexMesh - Last post by NexMesh
with the firewall the only thing i did was open all incoming and outgoing ports
But im obviously missing something in the log file it only has a placeholder.txt file and i have totally deleted the nxt files, tried to run version 1.15 instead but it comes up with a error saying that im using a older client for the DB??
Is the DB usually hidden somewhere else in the system, i have searched , I thought on linux it was in the nxt file, its got me totally stumped , like i said it says connected, the block is stopped at 209413, at the bottom og the page it says downloading, and so many blocks remaining, but that number is climbing not decreasing

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 on: December 22, 2019, 04:37:38 pm 
Started by NexMesh - Last post by Jose
It's hard to say withouth seeing the nxt.log file, but -assuming your hard drive isn't full and that you didn't change anything in your network/firewall/antivirus configuration- maybe your blockchain data got somehow corrupted.
So a possible solution would be stopping the wallet and then erasing the nxt_db folder inside your Nxt folder, and then restarting the Nxt wallet again so that it starts downloading the blockchain again from scratch.
If you don't want to wait until the blockchain is download to your local device, there is an alternative way to do so: stop your wallet, download the blockchain file from https://www.jelurida.com/NXT-nxt_db.zip , unzip it and then paste the content in the nxt_db folder of your Nxt folder. Then relaunch the wallet.

PS: If you are using the Platform Independent Zip Package instead of the installer, always delete the LIB folder inside the Nxt folder before overwriting/updating your Nxt wallet



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 on: December 22, 2019, 12:02:08 pm 
Started by NexMesh - Last post by NexMesh
for some reason my NXT wallet wont sync has hit block Height 209413 and just sits there  says im connected and connect to 20 connected peers  on NRS 1.12.0e tried on the previous NRS 1.15 but same thing , am running linux 18.04 bionic beaver

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 on: October 09, 2019, 06:38:21 am 
Started by Rex1234 - Last post by neca
There's no way to fully recover your secret passphrase starting for scratch (or almost from scratch); Keep in mind that if someone else were able to discover your passphrase, they would gain access to your account. That's why your passphrase is made out of 12 random words separated by blank spaces between the words, to make it impossible to bruteforce it.

There is a Passphrase recovery tool included with the NRS since version 1.11.6, which may become handy only if you have a pretty good idea what your passphrase is but perhaps you made a typo while entering it or used a unicode special character without realizing it.

The NxtWiki has an article dedicated to this utility with more info about how to run it > https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Passphrase_Recovery

And this is problem I have only first word from my master password. I dont like lose my money.

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 on: October 08, 2019, 07:13:16 pm 
Started by Rex1234 - Last post by Jose
There's no way to fully recover your secret passphrase starting for scratch (or almost from scratch); Keep in mind that if someone else were able to discover your passphrase, they would gain access to your account. That's why your passphrase is made out of 12 random words separated by blank spaces between the words, to make it impossible to bruteforce it.

There is a Passphrase recovery tool included with the NRS since version 1.11.6, which may become handy only if you have a pretty good idea what your passphrase is but perhaps you made a typo while entering it or used a unicode special character without realizing it.

The NxtWiki has an article dedicated to this utility with more info about how to run it > https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Passphrase_Recovery

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 on: October 08, 2019, 04:21:57 pm 
Started by Rex1234 - Last post by neca
Hey Rex, we have the same problem.  I've just posted in the General discussion section a solicitation for someone who can brute force my mistyped passphrase.  I'm now going on to the dark web to find a hacker that can do this as well.  If I find someone I'll pass it on.  I'm offering a reward as my NXT locked up is quite substantial.

Hy I have same problem with my master password. Do you have any hack which repair this problem? I lost my master password I have only first word from my account. Thank you for ansver.

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 on: September 19, 2019, 08:34:27 pm 
Started by usbitcoinservcs - Last post by Jelurida
Did you try the experimental 1.12.0e version? It has some networking improvements to mitigate this problem. Also, try leaving the wallet running for some time to allow it to find such openAPI peers.

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 on: September 19, 2019, 02:01:04 pm 
Started by usbitcoinservcs - Last post by usbitcoinservcs
Just installed NXT the newest version but I get this error message after entering p key or address: "Cannot connect to /nxt-proxy No openAPI peers found"

I have Ardor installed and works fine, it keeps downloading the blockchain.


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 on: July 22, 2019, 03:21:36 am 
Started by MadMartian - Last post by MadMartian
I have a cluster with 8 nodes running and we upgraded our forked repository (Git repository fork, not to be confused with Nxt fork state) to Nxt 1.11.15 from the Nxt starter clone repository.  Everything works fine for awhile and then something strange happens and either one node gets way ahead of the other nodes or vice versa.  This didn't happen before when we were on the old version before upgrading.

Why is this happening and how can I prevent it from happening again?

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