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I am following the instructions here: Local Multi-Node Testnet

Second time.

When I try to start the second node it prints out this error message:

"Not producing block because I don't have the private key for EOS7Qf9KDFDqRUms1aCcocWXsxyoYy7X1vW6qjDTVYMJZ2sfj22DE"

When I look at my records I see that "EOS7Qf9KDFDqR..." is the public key from my first attempt to follow these instructions

Between the first and second attempts I deleted folders

~/.local/share/eosio/nodeos/data

and

/home/aleksey/eosio-wallet

The system is Ubuntu 18.04

Where does that nodeos takes that public key then ?

  • not sure on Ubuntu but on OSX you'll find those at ~/eosio-wallet – ekkis May 30 '19 at 7:22
  • At Ubuntu it is /home/aleksey/eosio-wallet, I delete it every time I try to make the new net – Aleksey May 30 '19 at 10:25
  • I gave it that old pair of keys, now the second nodeos works and sometimes says "error 2019-05-30T10:16:06.396 thread-0 net_plugin.cpp:1108 operator() ] sent a go away message: chain is forked, closing connection to 127.0.0.1:9876 – Aleksey May 30 '19 at 10:27
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Eos keeps some "mongoc" files in the third location, for example /dev/shm/mongoc-29146

About a week ago nodeos crashed and one such file was left there.

I deleted it and nodeos now does not show that old public key and error message about it.

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