Debug.log

From DeFiChain-Wiki

If the DeFiChain App Wallet does not work properly, it can be helpful to check the debug.log file for error messages.

  1. Windows: Go to C:/Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\DeFi Blockchain
  2. Mac: Got to /Users/%username%/Library/Application Support/DeFi
  3. Open the debug.log
  4. Read the error message at the end of the file and try to find and fix the error.

Some error messages are documented below.

Wallet.dat corrupt, salvage failed

Detailed error message:

init message: Verifying wallet(s)...

Using BerkeleyDB version Berkeley DB 4.8.30: (April  9, 2010)

Using wallet C:/Users\%username%\Download\DeFiChain Wallets\Wallet.dat

BerkeleyEnvironment::Open: LogDir=C:/Users\%username%\Download\DeFiChain Wallets\database ErrorFile=C:/Users\%username%\Download\DeFiChain Wallets\db.log

Failed to rename Wallet.dat to Wallet.dat.1614585866.bak

Error: Wallet.dat corrupt, salvage failed

Shutdown: In progress...

scheduler thread interrupt

Shutdown: done

Solution:

  1. Restart the computer
  2. Move the folder mentioned above to another location. In this example above: C:/Users\%username%\Download\DeFiChain Wallets
  3. Launch the DeFiChain app


I have not found a solution for the corrupted wallet dat file. It seems that I destroyed this file myself because I opened it with the editor program and saved it again. This seems to destroy the file.

Solution: Use original BackUp.

Error: Inconsistent data in default config

We do not yet know of a simple solution to this problem. The only solution we know is to delete the app completely and reinstall it.

Delete DeFi App

No data found

We do not yet know of a simple solution to this problem. The only solution we know is to delete the app completely and reinstall it.

Delete DeFi App

No space left on device

The memory space is full. Some users have reported that this error message appears despite free memory. We suspect that the DeFi app is not compatible with Fusion Drive.