Fleming Testnet v2 Release - * OFFLINE - V3 RELEASED *

Hmm… I got the file, but it is empty. Trried three times, logs below.

Summary

topi@topi-HP-ProBook-450-G5:~$ safe files get safe://hyryyry6eb75j19xmfbaaff393qn1komwu84ku5e77sqhupdrdidyzybddrnra

File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif
File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif
File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif
File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif
⠁ [00:00:01] [----------------------------------------] 0B/10.24KB (0B/s, 0s) Transfer
Done. Retrieved 1 files to .
topi@topi-HP-ProBook-450-G5:~ safe files get safe://hyryyry6eb75j19xmfbaaff393qn1komwu84ku5e77sqhupdrdidyzybddrnra overwrite './freedom.jfif'? [Y/n]: Y File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif ⠁ [00:00:07] [----------------------------------------] 0B/10.24KB (0B/s, 0s) Transfer Done. Retrieved 1 file to .. pre-existing: 1 (overwritten: 1 preserved: 0) topi@topi-HP-ProBook-450-G5:~ safe files get safe://hyryyry6eb75j19xmfbaaff393qn1komwu84ku5e77sqhupdrdidyzybddrnra
File [1 of 1]: freedom.jfif
⠁ [00:00:01] [----------------------------------------] 0B/10.24KB (0B/s, 0s) Transfer
Done. Retrieved 1 files to .

So, I haven’t much time this evening to pay attention or read thread here to wonder but I’m dumping simple upload commands to terminal and coming back to see a run of errors all look like this one:

[sn_client::connection_manager] ERROR 2021-04-13T20:16:32.493550426 [/home/runner/.cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/sn_client-0.52.10/src/connection_manager.rs:609] MessageId MessageId(035c22..) was interrupted due to infrastructure updates. This will most likely need to be sent again. Update was : ErrorResponse { correlation_id: MessageId(035c22..), error: DkgInProgress }

? what are infrastructure updates and who is runner /home/runner/.cargo is not a user on this system.

Not sure about that one. Could it be the file type? Image was viewable for me.

I got chunks woohoo. Took about 1 hour 30 miunutes.

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Ok @HTPeacock, thanks for trying again, something not right there.
If you get a chance would you be able to send over the output of $ safe auth status and your sn_authd.log output from ~/.safe/authd/logs/sn_authd.log? Thanks in advance

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Well that was exciting! I’ve never cross compiled before… ever!

I just blindly bashed on my keyboard…

  1. On my raspberry pi ran the original install script in the first post of this v2 update.
    … just to get all the shortcuts in place…
  2. Cross compiled (musl) safe, safe cli and safe node, on a digital ocean ubuntu droplet.
  3. Replaced these in my local pi install.

I now have an IT Crowd “internet in a box” running here…

going to play with downloading and uploading files now.

Raspberry Pi 4 EVR !!!

I’m running raspberry pi OS 64bit aarch64 on an 8GB pi4, booted with berryboot.

The case is a GeeekPi Argon Case with m.2 ssd expansion slot which currently has 500GB waiting
to be eaten up by the test net. :partying_face: :partying_face: :partying_face: :partying_face:

Just to keep all the pi in the same post :slight_smile: I’m maybe too excited.

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This is when doing $safe auth status

Sending request to authd to obtain a status report...
Error: AuthdClientError: [Error] ClientError - Response not received: read error: connection closed: timed out

Log:

WARN 2021-04-13T20:56:29.139079+02:00 [/Users/runner/.cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/qp2p-0.11.8/src/connections.rs:260] 
Failed to read incoming message on bi-stream for peer 46.101.82.188:37364 with error: the endpoint encountered an internal error and cannot continue with the connection: endpoint driver future was dropped

Thanks for the help @StephenC

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I also get a lot of timeouts when trying to unlock the Safe. After a lot of attempts it worked.
Also uploading a file has worked once for me, most of the time it hangs

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What is the command to upload a file?

safe files put ./to-upload/myfile.txt

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Churn is happening.

I am not sure what you are asking here.

PROBLEM: Similar to Toivo, though my Ubuntu cloud node ran for at least a couple of hours before the log stopped adding join attempt messages. The process was still running. Here’s the end of the log:

$ tail ~/.safe/node/local-node/sn_node.log
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T20:58:31.271055314+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:02:02.536820578+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:05:12.766192255+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:08:23.025753116+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:11:33.276698556+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:15:13.503593552+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:18:23.830590183+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:21:47.482159309+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:25:27.784004603+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"
[sn_node] INFO 2021-04-13T21:29:07.035414443+02:00 [src/bin/sn_node.rs:118] "The network is not accepting nodes right now. Retrying after 3 minutes"

I’ve now done safe node killall and safe node join and letting it run again.

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It’s in the error message as /home/runner/.cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/sn_client-0.52.10/src/connection_manager.rs:609

Not sure I’ve seen that before.

If churn is happening does the request to upload need reissuing?

Im having a lot of issues with hanging on safe commands now. Was much faster earlier.

Just got this error too.

safe keys create --test-coins --preload 15.342
[sn_client::connection_manager] ERROR 2021-04-13T12:58:34.675977832 [/home/runner/.cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/sn_client-0.52.10/src/connection_manager.rs:927] Error handling network info message: InsufficientElderConnections(4)

parallels@parallels-Parallels-Virtual-Platform:~$ safe files put .’/home/parallels/a2723954457_10.jpg’
[sn_client::connection_manager] ERROR 2021-04-13T13:06:13.111105498 [/home/runner/.cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/sn_client-0.52.10/src/connection_manager.rs:927] Error handling network info message: InsufficientElderConnections(4)

Ubuntu 20.04 fully updated

The /home/runner is a dir on your machine.
The .cargo/registry/src/github.com-1ecc6299db9ec823/sn_client-0.52.10/src/connection_manager.rs:609

Is the file and location of the error AFAIK

Yes but that’s the oddity… there is no /home/runner dir on my machine… I guess it might be source of the code?.. but odd it’s declared at all.

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Today I have the feeling that section with prefix 0 is a black hole because I cannot connect any client with a public key beginning with 0, 1, … 7.

Section with prefix 1 can be connected with no problems (clients beginning with 8, 9, …f).

Can someone confirm this?

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I saw a similar message yesterday, “/home/runner” , I found it curious, then forgot about it.

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Ah, it could be just the machine it was compiled on actually.

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