Cardano-cli query utxo getting error "unexpected key"

I’ve followed the Cardano guide to run my own node in Windows 10, and though the node seems to be running well (my “db” is now close to 15GB) whenever I try to query it, I get an error. My command is:

cardano-cli query utxo ^
     --address addr1myaddress --mainnet

I am getting an error:

cardano-cli: DecoderFailure (Handshake) ServerAgency TokConfirm) (DeserialiseFailure 2 "codecHandshake.Confirm: unexpected key")---

Obviously addr1myaddress is my full Cardano address that I created with the CLI, which created the files: pay.skey, pay.vkey, and pay.addr

Which version of the node are you running?

cardano-node-1.29.0-win64

Sorry, not sure. If no one comes up with a solution maybe you can file an issue at GitHub - input-output-hk/cardano-node: The core component that is used to participate in a Cardano decentralised blockchain.

… I suppose you have the latest configuration files? Cardano Configurations

@EpicPants please can you verify cardano-cli --version shows 1.29.0 as well?

This is the output of cardano-cli --version

cardano-cli 1.29.0 - mingw32-x86_64 - ghc-8.10
git rev 71135f5f6aa979843a1753e8cd6c06e085d07444

Also, I just redownloaded the configs, just to make sure that I am using the latest stuff and:

  1. I am still getting the same error when I try to get my account balance
  2. I do not make use of the last 2 configs… didn’t even have them before

For clarity, this is my “run node” command:

cardano-node run ^
   --topology configuration/mainnet-ci/mainnet-topology.json ^
   --database-path db ^
   --socket-path db/node.socket ^
   --host-addr 127.0.0.1 ^
   --port 3001 ^
   --config ./configuration/mainnet-ci/mainnet-config.json

I am not seeing any errors in the command line when I run the node.