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My archive setups are configured like this:

[HISTORY.v1]
get="aws s3 cp s3://my-bucket/v1/{0} {1}"
put="aws s3 cp {0} s3://my-bucket/v1/{1}"
[HISTORY.v2]
get="aws s3 cp s3://my-bucket/v2/{0} {1}"
[HISTORY.v3]
get="aws s3 cp s3://my-bucket/v3/{0} {1}"

When I run sudo stellar-core --newhist v1 I get the the following error:

2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING] ************
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]   likely 'missing command':
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]     aws s3 cp buckets/tmp/history-538feddbf840f31f/v1-stellar-history.json s3://my-bucket/v1/history/00/00/00/history-00000000.json
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING] ************
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Process WARNING]
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Work WARNING] Reached retry limit 5 for put-remote-file history/00/00/00/history-00000000.json
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Work WARNING] Reached retry limit 5 for put-history-archive-state
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [Work WARNING] WorkManager got FAILURE_RAISE from put-history-archive-state
2018-10-20T23:20:30.978 GBYFG [History FATAL] Failed to initialize history archive 'v1' [HistoryArchiveManager.cpp:200]

Not sure what the issue could be since I manually tested uploading and downloading from the same bucket.

  • IDK about this, but to be clear, do you mean you tested aws s3 cp buckets/tmp/history-538feddbf840f31f/v1-stellar-history.json s3://my-bucket/v1/history/00/00/00/history-00000000.json as su? – Synesso Oct 21 '18 at 1:48
  • Not with that JSON file exactly but I did with a different file – B.Li Oct 21 '18 at 18:44
  • To be clearer I did try to upload that file manually but it didn’t exist. So that could be the problem but it could also be a file that’s created during the initiation, which could have been cleaned up after the failed initiation – B.Li Oct 21 '18 at 18:49

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