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This server was working fine with this config for like over 12 months with this same config. Now for reasons unknown I get: WARN[0001] accounts.authorizing_seed not provided. /authorize endpoint will not be available. INFO[0001] Started listening for new payments accountId=GDUPQLNDVSUKJ4XKQQDITC7RFYCJTROCR6AMUBAMPGBIZXQU4UTAGX7C cursor=now service=PaymentListener ERRO[0062] Error while streaming: only expected 1 event, got: 0 service=PaymentListener INFO[0062] Sleeping... service=PaymentListener INFO[0072] Streaming connection closed. Restarting... service=PaymentListener INFO[0072] Started listening for new payments accountId=GDUPQLNDVSUKJ4XKQQDITC7RFYCJTROCR6AMUBAMPGBIZXQU4UTAGX7C cursor=now service=PaymentListener ERRO[0133] Error while streaming: only expected 1 event, got: 0 service=PaymentListener

bolded ERRO[XXXX] above repeats about every 60 sec.

I tried clear of the mysql database didn't help. This is now running on testnet. I have the same code running on livenet without any problems.

config file contents (with passwords removed):

Bridge server bridge.cfg example

port = 8003 horizon = "https://horizon-testnet.stellar.org" network_passphrase = "Test SDF Network ; September 2015" api_key = "" mac_key = ""

[[assets]] code="USD" issuer="GCEZWKCA5VLDNRLN3RPRJMRZOX3Z6G5CHCGSNFHEYVXM3XOJMDS674JZ"

[database] type = "mysql" url = "username:password@/gateway_test_store?parseTime=true"

[accounts]

receiving_account_id = "GDUPQLNDVSUKJ4XKQQDITC7RFYCJTROCR6AMUBAMPGBIZXQU4UTAGX7C"

[callbacks]

receive = "https://www.funtracker.site/test_store/?route=extension/payment/stellar_net/callback&token=notset"

error = "http://localhost:8004/error"

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  • although we do see these errors it would appear as if the bridge-server is still working without flaw. I tested sending funds to the listen account and I note the added mysql database entry and note in my apache logs that the post event did go off. So I guess we might ignore these errors for now?
    – sacarlson
    Commented Apr 2, 2018 at 5:47

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