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I used in the eth client web3.eth.sendTransaction({from:sender,to:receiver,value:amount) to try send some ether, typed yes to the question, then got a hash number 0x6ec7a8ea0e4cf1b381abea7a03e84338fe75a1c8f47767a8da18255508066ac5.

Looking at etherscan it looks like the transaction is non-existent.

Checking my accounts values, they didn't move.

How can I know it failed or succeeded and if it failed, then why?

  • i have same question。how to fit? – 李慕淳 May 21 at 17:07
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Not sure what could have gone wrong. Are you connected to the network? Are you fully synced (if you are not fully synced your sender account might have the wrong nonce)?

  • I think it's that, not fully synced : 12:53:34.508|eth Block import 804227 548 ms for whatever reason I gor a PeerCount dropping after a while whereas I lauched the client with eth -j -i -x 50 – euri10 Feb 19 '16 at 12:45
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You need to query your client somehow to figure out the reason it didn't go through. In geth you can retrieve pending transactions and in general inspect the current pool of queued transactions to see if something's off. In addition geth replies with a big warning if it doesn't accept a transaction for some reason. Don't know how eth does it though.

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