I am working on setting up a pool on mainnet, and just successfully completed setting up relay and core nodes. Everything is working beautifully.
However, as I just tried to run cardano-cli query utxo --address command to query balances on addresses that I setup while configuring my nodes, I am getting an error: "Invalid argument addr.....". Now, I have tried this with 3 different addresses that I have setup, and I am getting the same invalid argument error followed by the address.
I have used this command a couple of days ago, and I have successfully run transactions with these addresses. Can an address become invalid??.. May be it needs to have a minimum balance that they fell short of?
yes, I am using line breaks, sorry, I just omitted them in my response above. I have the command saved in a text file.
I am sorry, I see the typo mistake I made in copy/pasting the command I carried over “>” character. That’s embarrassing.
However, with that error gone, I get “Network.Socket.connect: socket:11: does not exist (no such file or directory” error. I get that even if I try to query the tip. This is puzzling, because my node is running. I see “chain extended, new tip: xxxx at slot yyyy”.
I had run the command CARDANO_NODE_SOCKET_PATH, and I do see that I have a node-socket file under /relay/db folder.
Of course! I just typed the wrong address in the CARDANO_NODE_SOCKET_PATH… Everything is working well. I guess I didn’t get enough sleep last night and didn’t see the incorrectly formatted value.
Thanks for your help today.!