I’m try to get the official app storj to run on my truenas-scale.
Long time ago I had already a node running on a other server. The difference was the port.
This is the first think, what’s not clear. Why the official storj doc use 28967 and the Storjnode from truenas use 20988.
The second think is, if the app start, the deploying stuck on Back-off restarting failed container and the web butten doesen’t come on.
In the logs there is something with:
Error: systemclock is out of sync: system clock is out of sync with all trusted satellites. Is it possible, that there is the error?
Hope someone can help.
That’s definitely an issue. You need to fix the system time for the node to work, but there’s likely to be more errors. You can post fuller logs in between three backticks
Check in your BIOS if it has an option to have time work in UTC mode. If can - switch and see whether the app starts.
Currently the only issue is you need to fix your timezone and clock. Sync your system to an internet time server.
this is the time in bios and the truenas.
That seems like ok or I’m wrong?
I had this issue and I think I had to manually change the time in my BIOS cause it was syncing to a local time and not UTC. I dont think any try with NTP on system itself worked, but I don’t remember. Currently have windows on that machine (laptop) and it’s showing 1hr behind (I am also EU), so I bet it’s the BIOS I changed.
What’s this BIOS of yours? Looks like a router xD
I would change the +1 timezone to 0 and see what happens.
It’s a supermicro motherboard with ipmi
I changed it but the same problem
Check this thread:
I suggest checking ntp service:
systemctl status ntp
If it’s in failed state, then set time manually:
date +%T -s "hh:mm:ss"
And restart service:
systemctl restart ntp
Based on this answer in the above thread: LINK
Now I pluged a monitor and tastatur on my truenas ans changed the time in the bios to UTC 0 and now it works.
Hope if we switch from summertime it will work to