No Processed TX's or Mempool TX's on BP, what should I be looking at for a cause?

BP is sync’d, has an out connection to the Relay, no incoming connection from Relay, and no Processed TX or Mempool TX. Relay is sync’d with Processed TX’s and Mempool TX’s, healthy incoming and outgoing connections.

I’ve search through the forums and followed a ton of guidance, can anyone help me track down this issue? Anything would be great, and thanks so much in advance.

Hi!

can you reach BP port from relay? netcat -znv <PB_IP> <BP_port>, exmaple:

~ $ netcat -zvn 127.0.0.1 3001
Connection to 127.0.0.1 3001 port [tcp/*] succeeded!

Thanks for the reply and the help! Output is: (sensitive info redacted)

xxxxx@C001-Relay:~$ netcat -zvn xx.xx.xx.xx 6000
Connection to xx.xx.xx.xx.6000 port [tcp/*] succeeded!

Good - so next is to check relay topology file - did you have BP node address listed there?

Which topology file? NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-topology.json or topology.json? Sorry, I still get them mixed up.

yes, under NODE_HOME, the file which is used as an imput parameter for cardano-node run --topology path/to/topology.json

((NEVERMIND! I get what you where saying path/to))))Output: InvalidYaml (Just (YamlException “Yaml file not found: configuration/cardano/mainnet-config.json”))

Output of sudo nano NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-topology.json and sudo nano /opt/cardano/cnode/files/topology.json is identical
{ “resultcode”: “201”, “networkMagic”: “764824073”, “ipType”:4, “requestedIpVersion”:“4”, “Producers”: [
{ “addr”: “52.188.214.89”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:2, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“VA” },
{ “addr”: “135.125.88.137”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:376, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“FR”, “region”:“NJ” },
{ “addr”: “104.248.49.179”, “port”: 6100, “valency”: 1, “distance”:423, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“NY” },
{ “addr”: “dong1.red-sky.one”, “port”: 5001, “valency”: 2, “distance”:563, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“CA”, “region”:“ON” },
{ “addr”: “139.99.62.107”, “port”: 3333, “valency”: 1, “distance”:842, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“SG”, “region”:“QC” },
{ “addr”: “75.119.131.17”, “port”: 5002, “valency”: 1, “distance”:1383, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“FL” },
{ “addr”: “52.117.55.9”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:1799, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“TX” },
{ “addr”: “209.145.62.176”, “port”: 6500, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3529, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“CA” },
{ “addr”: “143.198.70.29”, “port”: 6001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3785, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“CA” },
{ “addr”: “adapool.crazycareergames.com”, “port”: 5000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:5927, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“GB”, “region”:“ENG” },
{ “addr”: “relay1.cardanopool.es”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6172, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“ES”, “region”:“PV” },
{ “addr”: “87.214.50.207”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6269, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“NL”, “region”:“NH” },
{ “addr”: “35.198.134.231”, “port”: 6002, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6605, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“HE” },
{ “addr”: “82.165.185.164”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6638, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BW” },
{ “addr”: “88.99.24.247”, “port”: 4001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6787, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “relay-eu1.orion-pool.com”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6892, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “161.97.108.239”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6894, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “r2.crazycatsada.com”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:7334, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“LT”, “region”:“VL” },
{ “addr”: “118.27.27.181”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:10854, “continent”:“AS”, “country”:“JP”, “region”:“13” },
{ “addr”: “13.76.85.212”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:15530, “continent”:“AS”, “country”:“SG”, “region”:“01” },
{ “addr”: “180.150.116.90”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:16255, “continent”:“OC”, “country”:“AU”, “region”:“VIC” }
] }

Output of sudo nano NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-config.json:
{
“ApplicationName”: “cardano-sl”,
“ApplicationVersion”: 1,
“ByronGenesisFile”: “mainnet-byron-genesis.json”,
“ByronGenesisHash”: “5f20df933584822601f9e3f8c024eb5eb252fe8cefb24d1317dc3d432e940ebb”,
“LastKnownBlockVersion-Alt”: 0,
“LastKnownBlockVersion-Major”: 3,
“LastKnownBlockVersion-Minor”: 0,
“MaxKnownMajorProtocolVersion”: 2,
“Protocol”: “Cardano”,
“RequiresNetworkMagic”: “RequiresNoMagic”,
“ShelleyGenesisFile”: “mainnet-shelley-genesis.json”,
“ShelleyGenesisHash”: “1a3be38bcbb7911969283716ad7aa550250226b76a61fc51cc9a9a35d9276d81”,
“TraceBlockFetchClient”: false,
“TraceBlockFetchDecisions”: true,
“TraceBlockFetchProtocol”: false,
“TraceBlockFetchProtocolSerialised”: false,
“TraceBlockFetchServer”: false,
“TraceChainDb”: true,
“TraceChainSyncBlockServer”: false,
“TraceChainSyncClient”: false,
“TraceChainSyncHeaderServer”: false,
“TraceChainSyncProtocol”: false,
“TraceDNSResolver”: true,
“TraceDNSSubscription”: true,
“TraceErrorPolicy”: true,
“TraceForge”: true,
“TraceHandshake”: false,
“TraceIpSubscription”: true,
“TraceLocalChainSyncProtocol”: false,
“TraceLocalErrorPolicy”: true,
“TraceLocalHandshake”: false,
“TraceLocalTxSubmissionProtocol”: true,
“TraceLocalTxSubmissionServer”: true,
“TraceMempool”: true,
“TraceMux”: false,
“TraceTxInbound”: true,
“TraceTxOutbound”: true,
“TraceTxSubmissionProtocol”: true,
“TracingVerbosity”: “NormalVerbosity”,
“TurnOnLogMetrics”: true,
“TurnOnLogging”: true,
“defaultBackends”: [
“KatipBK”
],
“defaultScribes”: [
[
“StdoutSK”,
“stdout”
]
],
“hasEKG”: 12788,
“hasPrometheus”: [
“0.0.0.0”,
12798
],
“minSeverity”: “Info”,
“options”: {
“mapBackends”: {
“cardano.node.metrics”: [
“EKGViewBK”
],
“cardano.node.resources”: [
“EKGViewBK”
]
},
“mapSubtrace”: {
“cardano.node.metrics”: {
“subtrace”: “Neutral”
}
}
},
“rotation”: {
“rpKeepFilesNum”: 10,
“rpLogLimitBytes”: 5000000,
“rpMaxAgeHours”: 24
},
“setupBackends”: [
“KatipBK”
],
“setupScribes”: [
{
“scFormat”: “ScText”,
“scKind”: “StdoutSK”,
“scName”: “stdout”,
“scRotation”: null
}
]
}

ok, so can you see your BP address inside that file - I think you are using updateTopology script where you need to define your custom peers - your BP node is one of them, so inside the file at the beginning:

#CUSTOM_PEERS="None"        # *Additional* custom peers to (IP,port[,valency]) to add to your target topology.json
                            # eg: "10.0.0.1,3001|10.0.0.2,3002|relays.mydomain.com,3003,3"

so example how to modifiy it:

CUSTOM_PEERS="x.x.x.x,6000"

which is your BP address
Edit the script, then run it manually then check that IP added to the topology, then restart the relay - done

xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo nano ./topologyUpdater.sh

# !/bin/bash
# shellcheck disable=SC2086,SC2034
CUSTOM_PEERS=“xx.xx.xx.xx,6000”
USERNAME=xxxx
CNODE_PORT=6000 # must match your relay node port as set in the startup command
CNODE_HOSTNAME=“CHANGE ME” # optional. must resolve to the IP you are requesting from
CNODE_BIN="/usr/local/bin"
CNODE_HOME=/home/xxxx/cardano-my-node
CNODE_LOG_DIR="{CNODE_HOME}/logs" GENESIS_JSON="{CNODE_HOME}/mainnet-shelley-genesis.json"
NETWORKID=$(jq -r .networkId GENESIS_JSON) CNODE_VALENCY=1 # optional for multi-IP hostnames NWMAGIC=(jq -r .networkMagic < GENESIS_JSON) [[ "{NETWORKID}" = “Mainnet” ]] && HASH_IDENTIFIER="–mainnet" || HASH_IDENTIFIER="–testnet-magic {NWMAGIC}" [[ "{NWMAGIC}" = “764824073” ]] && NETWORK_IDENTIFIER="–mainnet" || NETWORK_IDENTIFIER="–testnet-magic ${NWMAGIC}"

export PATH="{CNODE_BIN}:{PATH}"
export CARDANO_NODE_SOCKET_PATH="${CNODE_HOME}/db/socket"

blockNo=(/usr/local/bin/cardano-cli query tip {NETWORK_IDENTIFIER} | jq -r .block )

# Note:
# if you run your node in IPv4/IPv6 dual stack network configuration and want announced the
# IPv4 address only please add the -4 parameter to the curl command below (curl -4 -s …)
if [ “{CNODE_HOSTNAME}" != "CHANGE ME" ]; then T_HOSTNAME="&hostname={CNODE_HOSTNAME}”
else
T_HOSTNAME=’’
fi

if [ ! -d {CNODE_LOG_DIR} ]; then mkdir -p {CNODE_LOG_DIR};
fi

curl -4 -s “https://api.clio.one/htopology/v1/?port={CNODE_PORT}&blockNo={blockNo}&valency={CNODE_VALENCY}&magic={NWMAGIC}${T_HOSTNAME}” | tee -a $CNODE_LOG_DIR/topologyUpdater_lastresult.json

xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo nano ./topologyUpdater.sh
xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ ./topologyUpdater.sh
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:53:55”, “clientIp”: “xx.xx.xx.xx”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo nano NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-topology.json
xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo systemctl restart cardano-node.service
xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo systemctl status cardano-node.service
● cardano-node.service - Cardano node service
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/cardano-node.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-04-15 17:55:02 UTC; 14s ago
Main PID: 17829 (startRelayNode1)
Tasks: 10 (limit: 4915)
CGroup: /system.slice/cardano-node.service
├─17829 /bin/bash /home/xxxxx/cardano-my-node/startRelayNode1.sh
└─17839 /usr/local/bin/cardano-node run --topology /home/xxxxx/cardano-my-node/mainnet-topology.json --database-path /home/xxxxx/cardano-my-node/db --socket-path /home/xxxxx/cardano-my-node/db/soc

Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.basicInfo.slotsPerKESPeriodAllegra:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] 129600
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.basicInfo.slotLengthMary:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] 1s
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.basicInfo.epochLengthMary:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] 432000
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.basicInfo.slotsPerKESPeriodMary:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] 129600
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.addresses:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] [SocketInfo 0.0.0.0:6000]
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.diffusion-mode:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] InitiatorAndResponderDiffusionMode
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.dns-producers:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] [DnsSubscriptionTarget {dstDomain = “dong1.red-sky.one”, dstPort = 5001, dstValency = 2},Dn
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.ip-producers:Notice:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:03.67 UTC] IPSubscriptionTarget {ispIps = [52.188.214.89:6000,135.125.88.137:3001,104.248.49.179:6100,1
Apr 15 17:55:04 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.ChainDB:Info:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:04.32 UTC] Opened imm db with immutable tip at d60bb269d4493bc1b0a8f64fddfb462aafa4c72b8e04dd0bb6007de7e36dfaa
Apr 15 17:55:05 C001-Relay bash[17829]: [C001-Rel:cardano.node.ChainDB:Info:5] [2021-04-15 17:55:05.68 UTC] Opened vol db

xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node/logs$ sudo nano topologyUpdater_lastresult.json
…truncated to most recent.
{ “resultcode”: “204”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 14:22:02”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “glad you’re staying with us” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 14:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 14:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 14:22:08”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “204”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 15:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “glad you’re staying with us” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 15:22:07”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 15:22:08”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 15:22:08”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “204”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 16:22:03”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “glad you’re staying with us” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 16:22:05”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 16:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 16:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “204”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:22:03”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “glad you’re staying with us” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:22:04”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:22:06”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:22:07”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 17:53:55”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }

RESULT: made the edits, ran Updater, restarted service: my BP IP does not show in NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-topology.json :frowning:

is this your BP address?

No Sir, don’t know who that is.

but you send me the log file of the topologyUpdater, not the topology.json
need this one: sudo nano /opt/cardano/cnode/files/topology.json

{ “resultcode”: “201”, “networkMagic”: “764824073”, “ipType”:4, “requestedIpVersion”:“4”, “Producers”: [
{ “addr”: “52.188.149.100”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:2, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“VA” },
{ “addr”: “134.122.9.165”, “port”: 6001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:423, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“NY” },
{ “addr”: “node.meme.best”, “port”: 3000, “valency”: 2, “distance”:448, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“NY” },
{ “addr”: “209.145.56.195”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:867, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“IL” },
{ “addr”: “freedom.adafromafrica.com”, “port”: 6001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:1528, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“IA” },
{ “addr”: “uw2p01r02.pdtpools.io”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3468, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“OR” },
{ “addr”: “54.177.121.213”, “port”: 3100, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3785, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“CA” },
{ “addr”: “142.93.41.250”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:5975, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“GB”, “region”:“ENG” },
{ “addr”: “relaynode1-ada.westeurope.cloudapp.azure.com”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6269, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“NL”, “region”:“NH” },
{ “addr”: “138.68.108.162”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6605, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“HE” },
{ “addr”: “relay1.cardano-pool.eu”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6728, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“CH”, “region”:“ZH” },
{ “addr”: “cardano_node.adaspace.xyz”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 2, “distance”:6787, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “r1.adapanda.de”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6894, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “195.191.47.213”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:8047, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“RO”, “region”:“B” },
{ “addr”: “203.79.72.103”, “port”: 5250, “valency”: 1, “distance”:13766, “continent”:“OC”, “country”:“NZ”, “region”:“AUK” },
{ “addr”: “r5.netcount.gr”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:16336, “continent”:“AS”, “country”:“ID”, “region”:“JK” }
] }

so - can you see your BP address? probably at the beginning of the file

No, not in that output I just sent you - my BP IP is not in that list.

just execute manually the script:
cardano-my-node$ sudo ./topologyUpdater.sh
then check again the topology file

xxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo ./topologyUpdater.sh
{ “resultcode”: “504”, “datetime”:“2021-04-15 18:16:01”, “clientIp”: “20.55.5.53”, “iptype”: 4, “msg”: “one request per hour please” }

xxxxx@C001-Relay:~/cardano-my-node$ sudo nano NODE_HOME/{NODE_CONFIG}-topology.json

{ “resultcode”: “201”, “networkMagic”: “764824073”, “ipType”:4, “requestedIpVersion”:“4”, “Producers”: [
{ “addr”: “52.188.214.89”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:2, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“VA” },
{ “addr”: “135.125.88.137”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:376, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“FR”, “region”:“NJ” },
{ “addr”: “104.248.49.179”, “port”: 6100, “valency”: 1, “distance”:423, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“NY” },
{ “addr”: “dong1.red-sky.one”, “port”: 5001, “valency”: 2, “distance”:563, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“CA”, “region”:“ON” },
{ “addr”: “139.99.62.107”, “port”: 3333, “valency”: 1, “distance”:842, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“SG”, “region”:“QC” },
{ “addr”: “75.119.131.17”, “port”: 5002, “valency”: 1, “distance”:1383, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“FL” },
{ “addr”: “52.117.55.9”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:1799, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“TX” },
{ “addr”: “209.145.62.176”, “port”: 6500, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3529, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“CA” },
{ “addr”: “143.198.70.29”, “port”: 6001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:3785, “continent”:“NA”, “country”:“US”, “region”:“CA” },
{ “addr”: “adapool.crazycareergames.com”, “port”: 5000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:5927, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“GB”, “region”:“ENG” },
{ “addr”: “relay1.cardanopool.es”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6172, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“ES”, “region”:“PV” },
{ “addr”: “87.214.50.207”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6269, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“NL”, “region”:“NH” },
{ “addr”: “35.198.134.231”, “port”: 6002, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6605, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“HE” },
{ “addr”: “82.165.185.164”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6638, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BW” },
{ “addr”: “88.99.24.247”, “port”: 4001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6787, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “relay-eu1.orion-pool.com”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6892, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “161.97.108.239”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:6894, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“DE”, “region”:“BY” },
{ “addr”: “r2.crazycatsada.com”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:7334, “continent”:“EU”, “country”:“LT”, “region”:“VL” },
{ “addr”: “118.27.27.181”, “port”: 6000, “valency”: 1, “distance”:10854, “continent”:“AS”, “country”:“JP”, “region”:“13” },
{ “addr”: “13.76.85.212”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:15530, “continent”:“AS”, “country”:“SG”, “region”:“01” },
{ “addr”: “180.150.116.90”, “port”: 3001, “valency”: 1, “distance”:16255, “continent”:“OC”, “country”:“AU”, “region”:“VIC” }
] }

Unfortunately, my BP IP is still not in that list.

modify again the topologyupdater with a dummy IP address, execute it, and check the topoloy file
CUSTOM_PEERS="127.0.0.1,6000"

Same results :frowning:

can you just remove the content of the topology file and execute the topoloyUpdater again, manually
should fill up topology file with IP addresses again