New SmartNode start problem "Could not allocate outpoint"



I’m a new user of Smart, and I decided to buy a node.
On my Ubuntu server and my Mac, I follow all the step of the tutorial, but I have a problem when I start alias after successful enter my password, I don’t understand this error:

Error on SmartCash Mac client:
Alias: SmartNode18
Failed to start smartnode.
Error: Could not allocate outpoint 00fc5b1614d5590b304b697c2a608005dc76c6be5cf7e0922bc31456abb80c59:0 for smartnode MyIPaddress:9678

On my server:

root@ns333925:~# smartcash-cli getinfo
“version”: 1020300,
“protocolversion”: 90026,
“walletversion”: 130000,
“balance”: 0.00000000,
“blocks”: 556716,
“timeoffset”: 0,
“connections”: 8,
“proxy”: “”,
“difficulty”: 125263.2706273515,
“testnet”: false,
“keypoololdest”: 1531569168,
“keypoolsize”: 199,
“paytxfee”: 0.00000000,
“relayfee”: 0.00100000,
“errors”: “”


root@ns333925:~# smartcash-cli smartnode status
“outpoint”: “COutPoint(0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000, 4294967295)”,
“service”: “[::]:0”,
“status”: “Node just started, not yet activated”

What is the problem? And how to fix it?

Thanks for help!


@rombzg please patient and wait some time until it fully synced


Thanks for your help!
Since 48h I have the same problem, it’s normal? I can’t start my smart node…


Check smartnode output in your node client/ desktop wallet
type this in Help==> Debug windows=> Console tab
smartnode outputs
Make sure it display your output


Ok I have my transaction ID it’s good:

smartnode outputs
“ceaeb4ead21dc26a977eff68a893526454d73340c801dee2dcffbc2db13293ff”: “3”

My smartnode.conf

SmartNode01 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:9678 7RJWXkrSXKoYVXHA3g9oMtWJ48BMbSnTrMCEUeG6ndQps3FXVfh ceaeb4ead21dc26a977eff68a893526454d73340c801dee2dcffbc2db13293ff 0

I don’t understand why it doesn’t work


It does not work because you put “0” as the last number and it is shown as “3”.

Update your smartnode.conf with the last number a 3 and it will work.


Ooooh non it’s true! It’s works now! I don’t see this number, thank you very much for your help!