Command Line Error - Stake Pool [solved]

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  1. Noah

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    #1 Noah, Mar 10, 2016
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    Can someone explain me this error? And how to take steps in order to solve it?

    12:14:03 2016-03-10 [ERR] DCRW: Unable to create RPC servers: failed to create listeners for legacy RPC server

    Context: I want to delegate voting rights to the stake pool with this command:
    --enablestakemining --ticketaddress=Dcsg3D17iexampleaddressgf9kELijVrzf --balancetomaintain=100 --ticketmaxprice=19

    My dcrd and dcrwallet are running in the background.

    If you need more info, please tell me!
     
  2. root

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    a wallet already running ?
     
  3. Noah

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    Yes, both dcrd and dcrwallet are up and running... For now I solved it by purchasing tickets manually, but it would be great if my wallet could stake automatically in the future. Recommendations are highly appreciated.
     
  4. sambiohazard

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    does this have anything to do with latest hotfix release 0.0.7 which allows for stakepool tickets to be relayed? Are you running the latest version?
     
  5. root

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    my question was meant as an explanation of the error - is it possible, that "DCRW: Unable to create RPC servers: failed to create listeners"
    because there is already another instance running ? I guess
     
  6. Noah

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    You're right, that solved the error. I assumed that the command should be executed next to dcrd and a running dcrwallet... My mistake, thank you for clearing that up!
     

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