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After upgrading both Horizon and Core to new stable versions, I can no longer get stellar-core to start. before: ENV STELLAR_CORE_VERSION 9.2.0-551-7561c1d5 ENV HORIZON_VERSION 0.13.1 after: ENV … up: stellar-core entered FATAL state, too many start retries too quickly From supervisorctl: horizon RUNNING pid 21, uptime 0:00:15 postgresql …
modified Sep 13 '18 by MonsieurNicolas
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My node returns an error when I query the /operations endpoint in horizon. curl http://127.0.0.1:8000/transactions/73ce2618095d2c17bdaf08a6a6617cef549f974b1619f03b84eb46747e5e4eb0/operations … { "type": "https://stellar.org/horizon-errors/server_error", "title": "Internal Server Error", "status": 500, "detail": "An error occurred while processing this request. This is usually due to a bug …
modified Sep 7 '18 by relik
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from that point after a restart. It didn't. Instead, it now has to start from the beginning. Is there a graceful way to shutdown core, horizon and postgres? Why does it wipe all ledger history and …
modified Aug 15 '18 by relik
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I think I have a better idea of how the stack works, and when it's safe to bring down the node without losing data. If you're running CATCHUP_COMPLETE=true like me, core will first download the ledge …
modified Aug 15 '18 by relik
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when they will be ready for horizon. All processes seem to be running fine: root@stellar:/logs# supervisorctl horizon RUNNING pid 21, uptime 0:47:25 postgresql … { "type": "https://stellar.org/horizon-errors/before_history", "title": "Data Requested Is Before Recorded History", "status": 410, "detail": "This horizon instance is configured to only track a …
modified Aug 14 '18 by Cajga
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It looks like I was able to find the stellar-core endpoint for this: root@stellar:/# curl 127.0.0.1:11626/info { "info" : { "build" : "v9.2.0", "ledger" : { "age" : 15324682 …
modified Jul 24 '18 by relik