New node Ubuntu 18lts, can't come online

I have a brand new Ubuntu 18 LTS install, docker snap install (Docker version 18.09.9, build 1752eb3). I have no errors in the docker logs, but the node won’t go online. My router has beened open, verified by a port scan and a wedsite mentioned in another post. Firewall is open. No idea, want help would be awesome! Here is a snippet of the logs.

$ docker logs storagenode
2020-03-14T13:37:08.466ZINFOConfiguration loaded from: /app/co
2020-03-14T13:37:08.504ZINFOOperator email: ::email edited out::
2020-03-14T13:37:08.504ZINFOoperator wallet: 0x7E…
2020-03-14T13:37:08.742ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T13:37:08.832ZINFOdb.migrationDatabase Version{
“version”: 31}
2020-03-14T13:37:09.281ZINFOpreflight:localtimestart chec
king local system clock with trusted satellites’ system clock.
2020-03-14T13:37:09.899ZINFOpreflight:localtimelocal syst
em clock is in sync with trusted satellites’ system clock.
2020-03-14T13:37:09.900ZINFObandwidthPerforming bandwidth usage rollups
2020-03-14T13:37:09.901ZINFOtrustScheduling next refresh{"
after": “8h16m1.548019863s”}
2020-03-14T13:37:09.901ZINFONode 1UNVry6Gij… started
2020-03-14T13:37:09.901ZINFOPublic server started on [::]:2896
2020-03-14T13:37:09.901ZINFOPrivate server started on 127.0.0.
Bandwidth{“bytes”: 20000000000000}
2020-03-14T13:37:09.940ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T13:52:10.083ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T14:07:10.100ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T14:22:10.084ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T14:37:09.900ZINFObandwidthPerforming bandwidth usage rollups
2020-03-14T14:37:10.097ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T14:52:10.080ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T15:07:10.096ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T15:22:10.086ZINFOversionrunning on version v0.34.6
2020-03-14T15:37:09.900ZINFObandwidthPerforming bandwidth usage rollups

Can you show your docker run command and remove any personal info from it?

sudo docker run -d --restart unless-stopped -p 28967:28967
-p 14002:14002
-e WALLET=“0x7E3…”
-e EMAIL=""
-e ADDRESS="…"
-e STORAGE=“3.5TB”
–mount type=bind,source="/home/…/StorJID",destination=/app/identity
–mount type=bind,source="/mnt/storjdata",destination=/app/config
–name storagenode storjlabs/storagenode:beta

From the dashboard I see that I have 100% audit checks, but 0.0% uptime.

Can you show contents of this folder?

-rw-r–r-- 1 546 Mar 10 12:37 ca.cert
-rw------- 1 241 Mar 10 12:37 ca.key
-rw-r–r-- 1 1084 Mar 10 12:37 identity.cert
-rw------- 1 241 Mar 10 12:37 identity.key

Your identity is not signed. Check documentation for the same.

I’m not sure how to do that, I get the 2 and 3 for the two commands:
grep -c BEGIN ~/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode/ca.cert
grep -c BEGIN ~/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode/identity.cert

I did an “identity authorize storagenode …” and it returns: “Error: certificates peer error: authorization already claimed: ……”.

What am I missing?

so… I should have used that path ~/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode, not my other path! Sorry! It’s online now! Thank you nerdatwork!

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