I have a node for some time and since it is almost full I decided to get a new one running. In the process I mistakenly pointed it to the same identify of the first node and it run for a couple of minutes before I removed the docker container. As a result (?) in a couple of hours my first node was disqualified on one satellite. Audit on that satellite went from 100% to 54%. How can I check exactly what was the cause of the failing audits and disqualification in case it was not related to my error while running a second node?
Second question is about uptime. I will have to move my hardware to a new data center soon and I fear that it will take more than 5 hours. There’s several posts saying that at the moment that wont be an issue but I would like to ask if that’s still the case.
Sorry to hear that
I’m surprised running a node just for 2 minutes with the wrong identity can disqualify it though. Having a node configured with the wrong identity can disqualify it fast, but not that fast I believe.
You should check your logs:
And search for lines that contain both “audit” (or “repair”) and “failed”.
On linux this can be achieved like so: