Hi, I migrating node to new harddisk and import in a proxmox VM.
I’ve a structure like this:
/mnt/storj owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage owner:owner drwxr-xr-x
/mnt/storj/staragenode owner:owner drwxr-xr-x (identity folder)
/mnt/storj/storage/orders owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage/storage owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage/storage/blobs owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage/storage/garbage owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage/storage/temp owner:owner drwx------
/mnt/storj/storage/storage/trash owner:owner drwx------
(owner is my username)
Is it correct double structure /storage/storage ?
If not, any way to fast fixing it ?
May 25, 2023, 9:47am
Looks normal. Why the doubt?
This only looks like to be the structure of the data-folder. The identity folder is at least as important.
The database folder might be important to you as well.
This is my structure:
root@Storj-node:~# cd /mnt/Storj-data/
config.yaml orders revocations.db storage trust-cache.json
blobs garbage storage-dir-verification temp trash
Seems you executed setup command for
/mnt/storj/storage, so this is why you see a second
To avoid confusion, I usually create a folder on mounted drive, i.e.
storagenode2, moves there identity and provide it a different name, just name it
identity instead of
identity/storagenode2, and the final structure looks like this:
$ tree -d -L 2 /mnt/x/storagenode2/
│ ├── archive
│ └── unsent