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I have updated Ethereum-Wallet to 0.8.6. My accounts were not showing up in Wallet, so I deleted the .ethereum folder (after taking a backup) and restarted Wallet, but now I was unable to run wallet, I was hit by pop-up screen displaying Couldn't connect to node? See the logs for more.

Fatal: Could not open database: write /home/gemini/.ethereum/chaindata/029001.ldb: no space left on device

I currently have 2GB RAM, I added 4GB of swap memory but still geth consumes all memory and crashes.What could be the possible reason? How can I solve this problem?

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Just read your error message.

Fatal: Could not open database: write /home/gemini/.ethereum/chaindata/029001.ldb: no space left on device

Your $HOME partition is full. Check it with df -h. It's not related to memory or swap, but you main hard disk.

  • Thanks. I resolved the issue, this was due to my device memory was full and I was thinking my Ram is not sufficient. But after making some free space, Mist finally launches, but Accounts are still missing. Any help on that? – Prashant Prabhakar Singh Oct 19 '16 at 12:20

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