im just gonna update to 1.29 and see if that makes a difference
Check the process logs. Sometimes, when the process does not shut down properly it can take several minutes for the node to start again.
In case the problem is an improper process shutdown, and you are managing the process through
systemd, try increasing
TimeoutStopSec (ie 20sec) which defaults to a few hundred ms if I remember correctly.
How do I increate the timeout?
Regarding the process, do
ps auxf | grep cardano-node
In case there is still a process running do
killall cardano-node to kill the process.
If you are using
systemd (systemctl) to manage the cardano-node process, you can set that in the config file. See if you have
/etc/systemd/system/cardano-node maybe (cnode) or something similar and set it like:
If changing the systemd related config file don’t forget to reload the updated configurations:
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
Btw the logs show the process started and then stopped several times. Did you stop it manually? Strange there are no additional logs after start. Do you know what log level yu have configured?
I don’t know what log level means.
yes i think I stopped and start the cnode if thats what your talking about earlier.
Should be the setting
mainnet-config.json. Mine is set to
Yes it is set the same
I did change max peers in topology from 15 > 22 i dont know if it messed it up so i changed it back
Sorry, I’m not sure what’s happening. Let it running until someone else suggests something else.
Try to figure out why there is not much in the logs. Maybe try starting the process manually with logging set to “Debug” level.
Start what process manually?