node is experiencing difficulty.

Ahh, nice.

Gonna need to figure that out at some point today. Kinda hard to test an API client when the server's responding "I'm busy, leave me be."

What an dingbat server can be. Are there any other well-known, locally-running, full-node implementations available which present an API? And can ideally use bitcoind's data as a starting point?

Hrm.

I've encountered an interesting problem with my installation:

[XXXX@archtogo ~]$ bitcoin-cli getbalance
0.00000000

That should be reading something along the lines of 0.00668682 and not all zeroes.

Nothing has changed about the .bitcoin directory except that it was needing to be updated to current from the last time was run, which was before my workstation went away. The wallet it still intact, and the blockchain was fine.

>:-X

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