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After importing a wallet in simplewallet, issuing the rescan_bc command consistently results in the following "Abort trap: 6" error on my computer:

[wallet 4*****]: rescan_bc
Starting refresh...
Abort trap: 6/ 1124452

The refresh command also fails:

[wallet 4*****]: refresh
Starting refresh...
Abort trap: 6/ 1124458

It happens around height 85000. What could be the reason for this, and how should one resolve it?

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Run those commands, and put the result of "bt" on a new issue on https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero:

ulimit -c unlimited  
gdb /path/to/bitmonerod core  # the core file migh thave a PID suffix, use it if so
bt

This is unexpected, and will need fixing. Please include what OS/architecture you're on, and which version of bitmonerod you are using.

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  • I had to install gdb first on my Mac, did so with brew. Running gdb /opt/monero/bitmonerod core prints a bunch of warnings about Could not open OSO archive file "/usr/local/lib/libboost_*.a" and then nothing. After simplewallet crashed with Abort trap: 6, I typed bt in gdb, which says No stack. I noticed this topic was discussed previously on Reddit.
    – dpzz
    Aug 30 '16 at 20:54
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    Ah, if on a mac, try running with --max-concurrency 1
    – user36303
    Aug 30 '16 at 22:40
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    That didn't work for me. But rebuilding from the latest souce solved the problem (I used brew install bitmonero --HEAD -v for this). On Reddit the issue was referenced as issue #942. I am seeing my transactions now being found when scanning through the blockchain. The process seems to be much faster also in the latest code.
    – dpzz
    Sep 4 '16 at 12:42
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Upgrading to the newest 0.10.0 "Wolfram Warptangent" release solves for me the issue on OS X.

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