I'm running bitcoind 0.18.0 with
txindex. The indexes are stored on an SSD, and raw block data is stored on an external HDD. Out of the blue it crashed with a
Fatal LevelDB error: Corruption: truncated block read error message shortly after receiving a block at height 585160. Now, every time I try to start it, it loads the chain state, verifies the last 6 blocks, and then crashes when loading the txindex giving the following message:
EXCEPTION: 15dbwrapper_error Fatal LevelDB error: Corruption: truncated block read: /home/bitcoin/.bitcoin/indexes/txindex/156611.ldb bitcoin in scheduler terminate called after throwing an instance of 'dbwrapper_error' what(): Fatal LevelDB error: Corruption: truncated block read: /home/bitcoin/.bitcoin/indexes/txindex/156611.ldb Aborted
Is anyone out there familiar with this issue that can help? I figure I can try a full reindex, but I know that will take a long time and I'd like to avoid it if possible. Is there a faster way to only recreate the txindex? Does anyone know why this might have happened or how I could possibly prevent this?