Dumping delayed payout transactions

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If you or a mediator require additional information on failed, pending, or closed transactions, run Bisq with the --dumpDelayedPayoutTxs=true command line argument.

The instructions below contain specific commands for each of the major desktop operating systems you can copy and paste into a terminal.

Commands to dump delayed payout transactions

Windows

Open PowerShell (search the Start menu for PowerShell).

Then from PowerShell, run the following command to switch to your Bisq application directory:

cd  %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Bisq

Then run the following command to run Bisq:

start Bisq.exe --dumpDelayedPayoutTxs=true

macOS

Open a terminal window by searching for Terminal with Spotlight, and then press Enter.

Then run the following command:

/Applications/Bisq.app/Contents/MacOS/Bisq --dumpDelayedPayoutTxs=true

Linux

In a new terminal window, run the following command:

/opt/bisq/bin/Bisq --dumpDelayedPayoutTxs=true

Where to find the delayed payout files

Shortly after running one of the commands above, you will find 3 newly-created files in your Bisq data directory:

  1. delayed_payout_txs_closed.json
  2. delayed_payout_txs_pending.json
  3. delayed_payout_txs_failed.json

The location of your data directory depends on what operating system you're using:

Windows

C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Bisq\

macOS

/Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/Bisq/

Linux

/home/<username>/.local/share/Bisq/