The new command-line syntax supports the commands listed below. If a command is not in this list, consider it deprecated.
alec@alec-MS-7623 ~/product/stellar-core (master) $ src/stellar-core help
where COMMAND is one of following:
catchup execute catchup from history archives
Sorry for posting again, but I resolved my problem and I may be able to resolve yours too. It appears that my previous upgrade attempt did not actually go through.
When I logged in again on launch.stellar.org, my original account recovery code still gives me "invalid code" but my account username/password worked. A new public/secret key pair was ...
This is definitely a scam. Stellar will never require you to "upgrade" your wallet. The native token of Stellar already is named Lumens (XLM), it's been over 5 years since they the name was changed from stellars to lumens.
This is a trick to get you to reveal you're secret key. If you did, then unfortunately your money is gone.
As an administrator of a validator, you must ensure that the maintenance you are about to take on is safe for the overall network and for your validator. Safe means that the other validators that depend on yours will not be affected too much when you turn off your validator for maintenance and that your validator will continue to operate as part of the ...