How were you able to shut it down with CTRL+C? As far as I'm aware, if you start darkcoind with the daemon flag, to shut it down properly, you would need to issue the command "Darkcoind stop"Yes, I shut down the daemon using CTRL+C, backed up the wallet and tried to kick it back on when I received the failed message. I guess this could be where the problem occurred.
Did I blame the coin? I believe I was suggesting there perhaps is an issue in the bleeding edge version of the RC3 soft fork. I personally can't check the code so it is very difficult for me to determine the source of the problem. It is very clear to me many of you don't care about the code base at all and are only interested in making money.
Also when I first loaded the new soft fork I did this:
./darkcoind masternode list
And got an empty hash
As long time supporter and being software dev, why on earth did you not join testnet, and ran a test on mainnet?
Not trying to pick a fight, truly! But you're not making sense. No testnet, dont agree with the absolutely logical and understandable closed-source, for a "massive loss" you dont even have private keys dumped, you didnt encrypt the wallet, c'mon!
You cannot stop the daemon with CTRL+C. Its "darkcoind stop".
You are the first and only to experience such phenomena.
Could please stop antagonizing an obvious community desperately trying to help you?
Yes, I shut down the daemon using CTRL+C, backed up the wallet and tried to kick it back on when I received the failed message. I guess this could be where the problem occurred.
The darkcoin instance is definitely shut down by now, I have dd'd my mem in the hopes I might be able to find it in there but I can't think of anything else to do.