I’m trying to set up a second node using a second computer and linux. First node is well over a year old and fully vetted running windows. Both nodes are connected via LAN cables to the same router.
Since my original node is using port forwarding “28967” I selected “28963” for the new node. I set up port forwarding using my deco router app for the new node. I select “28963” for external port but set the internal port to “28967”. I also set the protocol to “all”
I am somewhat new to linux and trying my best with CLI.
This is the docker command I ran:
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped --stop-timeout 300 \
-p 28963:28967/tcp \
-p 28963:28967/udp \
-p 14002:14002 \
-e WALLET="0xXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX" \
-e EMAIL="XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX@protonmail.com" \
-e ADDRESS="XXXXXXXXXX.tplinkdns.com:28963" \
-e STORAGE="3.6TB" \
--user $(id -u):$(id -g) \
--mount type=bind,source="/home/randall/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode",destination=/app/identity \
--mount type=bind,source="/home/randall/STORJDATA",destination=/app/config \
--name storagenode storjlabs/storagenode:latest
I attached a picture of what I get when I run “docker ps -a”
sometimes it says up, sometimes it says restarting.
I can’t get the dashboard to come up using either “http://127.0.0.1:14002/” or "
Any help is greatly appreciated
docker logs storagenode --tail 30
Did you run the first docker run command that preps /home/randall/STORJDATA for you?
Also, with your network ports configured the way you have in Docker, you need to forward 28963 straight to 28963 at your router, not 28967 on the internal port. Or you can revise your Docker config so that the container itself is listening on 28967, but leave your port forwarding and address settings the same.
If you have windows PC with node, just add hdd and make more nodes on same windows pc, it is posible, and will be more power eficient.
I have so much respect for anyone with the gull to say they own Calculus. Worked my ass off for a C (in college not high school)
Anyway. So I should have the “internal port” and “external port” both set to 28963 on my router?
@Vadim In the process of shutting down the windows PC and retiring the build. It’s having issues.
What I really want to do is move the Windows node to the Linux node on a different PC but first I thought it prudent to at least set up a node in linux before I try that.
I see a problem with permissions
Have you added a user to the docker group?
sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
“external port” set to 28963
“internal port” set to IP this your linux SN and 28963
By the way: your linux computer on which you will have the node on a static IP address?
“Error loading identity”
Seem that identity files are not into: “/home/randall/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode”
Check if this dir contains 5 .cert files…if you need a new identity, generate it with:
curl -L https://github.com/storj/storj/releases/latest/download/identity_linux_amd64.zip -o identity_linux_amd64.zip
unzip -o identity_linux_amd64.zip
chmod +x identity
sudo mv identity /usr/local/bin/identity
identity create storagenode
identity authorize storagenode $YOUR-TOKEN-HERE
If you already create the identity but files are missing, maybe you run the identity command with sudo (or previous using sudo su)…in this case the identity files are into the root user, not into randall…check under: /home/root/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode and move them in the correct path.
It look like you changed the
config.yaml file to specify the path to the identity?
You should return default values for all paths in
config.yaml, you provide them in the
docker run command.
If you also added the
storage.path option, please remove it.
Inside the docker container your path to the identity will be
/app/identity, so options should be
# path to the certificate chain for this identity
# path to the private key for this identity
@peem @Alexey @ZBS
Thank you all for your help. I apologize for taking so long.
I have carried out your recommendations but still no dashboard. I also did “docker stop” and “docker rm” to the container and started a new one. Reset the compute a few times as well. IP is static and the internal/external are both set to 28963 on the router. Still no luck on the seeing the dashboard:(. I attached screenshots to confirm I made the changes correctly and showing the new error message when running the log command.
showing the correct changes to config.yaml
showing where the identify files are located
new error log
Your docker run command probably has the wrong quotes used. I haven’t checked but it is worth you checking
Although it could be just where you edited the post in windows…
Double check your docker run command for typos
I don’t see anything wrong with the things I have in the docker run command. Here it is.
As randall user, not root, not sudo
grep -c BEGIN ~/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode/ca.cert
grep -c BEGIN ~/.local/share/storj/identity/storagenode/identity.cert
I am not seeing any problem…did you perhaps make the file in windows and then send it to linux?
No, everything has been in linux for this new node