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ipfs swarm2 got error on dial, etc #6357

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tmcw opened this issue May 21, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented May 21, 2019

Version information:

go-ipfs version: 0.4.20-
Repo version: 7
System version: arm/linux
Golang version: go1.12.4

Description:

Process:

  1. Install ipfs on a Raspberry PI: run ipfs init -p lowpower to try and cater to the PI hardware. (Note that I've also tried running ipfs init, without the lowpower profile. The same thing happens.
  2. Run ipfs daemon in one terminal.
  3. Run ipfs log level all info in another terminal, to make the demon loud.
  4. Run any ipfs command. In my case, cat'ing the readme seems to do it: ipfs cat QmYwAPJzv5CZsnA625s3Xf2nemtYgPpHdWEz79ojWnPbdG/readme, as well as anything else that interacts with the network.

And you'll get this output:

pi@raspberrypi:~ $ ipfs daemon
Initializing daemon...
go-ipfs version: 0.4.20-
Repo version: 7
System version: arm/linux
Golang version: go1.12.4
Swarm listening on /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/4001
Swarm listening on /ip4/192.168.42.10/tcp/4001
Swarm listening on /ip6/::1/tcp/4001
Swarm listening on /p2p-circuit
Swarm announcing /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/4001
Swarm announcing /ip4/192.168.42.10/tcp/4001
Swarm announcing /ip6/::1/tcp/4001
API server listening on /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/5001
WebUI: http://127.0.0.1:5001/webui
Gateway (readonly) server listening on /ip4/127.0.0.1/tcp/8080
Daemon is ready
04:57:05.408  INFO core/comma: Changed log level of '*' to 'info'
 log.go:70
04:57:30.583  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*wMKPnu> (/ip6/2400:6180:0:d0::151:6001/tcp/4001) dial attempt failed: dial tcp6 [2400:6180:0:d0::151:6001]:4001: connect: network is unreachable swarm_dial.go:412
04:57:32.200  INFO      relay: new relay stream from: <peer.ID Qm*wMKPnu> relay.go:251
04:57:32.216  INFO       core: bootstrapped with <peer.ID Qm*wMKPnu> bootstrap.go:186
04:58:00.815  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/udp/4001/quic/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: no good addresses swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.817  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.80.33/udp/4001/quic/ipfs/QmSn4heyhN27h8QX6hEgWeLw2kMo75ZEwj1ECk1c4khUPN/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: no good addresses swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.819  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/tcp/37280/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.821  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.80.33/tcp/40536/ipfs/QmSn4heyhN27h8QX6hEgWeLw2kMo75ZEwj1ECk1c4khUPN/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.869  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.80.33/tcp/43914/ipfs/QmSn4heyhN27h8QX6hEgWeLw2kMo75ZEwj1ECk1c4khUPN/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.872  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/tcp/42744/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.874  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.80.33/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmSn4heyhN27h8QX6hEgWeLw2kMo75ZEwj1ECk1c4khUPN/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.898  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*2DaSyA> (/ip6/2001:41d0:52:800::1154/tcp/4001) dial attempt failed: dial tcp6 [2001:41d0:52:800::1154]:4001: connect: network is unreachable swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.927  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/147.75.84.57/udp/4001/quic/ipfs/QmZP8NCi1L2LS8K2DoG175tH4mSe8Z4ygcVXkwFxnyeMLL/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: no good addresses swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.929  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/139.178.69.15/udp/4001/quic/ipfs/QmTg7DdGo519B7KdzFppTaK5i8WGWu9erGhxsLafxRd6gp/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: no good addresses swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.931  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/147.75.84.57/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmZP8NCi1L2LS8K2DoG175tH4mSe8Z4ygcVXkwFxnyeMLL/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.934  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/147.75.84.57/tcp/46528/ipfs/QmZP8NCi1L2LS8K2DoG175tH4mSe8Z4ygcVXkwFxnyeMLL/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.936  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/139.178.69.15/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmTg7DdGo519B7KdzFppTaK5i8WGWu9erGhxsLafxRd6gp/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.947  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/tcp/4001/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.948  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/tcp/49222/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.951  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.80.33/tcp/49514/ipfs/QmSn4heyhN27h8QX6hEgWeLw2kMo75ZEwj1ECk1c4khUPN/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:381
04:58:00.957  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*nrqQKB> (/ip4/147.75.84.57/tcp/43648/ipfs/QmZP8NCi1L2LS8K2DoG175tH4mSe8Z4ygcVXkwFxnyeMLL/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:00.964  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*CVGGKZ> (/ip4/147.75.105.219/tcp/55098/ipfs/QmTtFWmQ3qrp166m96ibL2jW2Doz4tJjo2CwQfYNaFb3XZ/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial backoff swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:01.012  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*vcbydY> (/ip4/139.178.69.3/tcp/52380) dial attempt failed: dial tcp4 139.178.69.3:52380: connect: connection refused swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:01.049  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*WgBvJK> (/ip4/139.178.69.3/tcp/52380/ipfs/QmdGQoGuK3pao6bRDqGSDvux5SFHa4kC2XNFfHFcvcbydY/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: 1 error occurred:
	* <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*vcbydY> (/ip4/139.178.69.3/tcp/52380) dial attempt failed: dial tcp4 139.178.69.3:52380: connect: connection refused

 swarm_dial.go:412
04:58:01.054  INFO     swarm2: got error on dial: <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*WgBvJK> (/ip4/139.178.69.3/tcp/43658/ipfs/QmdGQoGuK3pao6bRDqGSDvux5SFHa4kC2XNFfHFcvcbydY/p2p-circuit) dial attempt failed: dial attempt failed: 1 error occurred:
	* <peer.ID Qm*jqWzjy> --> <peer.ID Qm*vcbydY> (/ip4/139.178.69.3/tcp/52380) dial attempt failed: dial tcp4 139.178.69.3:52380: connect: connection refused

The dial attempt failed messages proceed in lightning-quick success, several per second.

My initial issue was that ipfs pin add hangs on this machine, and I noticed this output, but now realize that the error is the same regardless of which command I run. This admittedly may be the same as #6350, but that seems to be more specific to a particular command.

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commented May 21, 2019

I believe the "no good addresses" error is coming from nodes that are only listening on localhost, port 4001. We say "no good addresses" because we know that we're listening on that address so we refuse to dial it.

Looks like libp2p/go-libp2p-kad-dht#330.

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commented May 27, 2019

Is there anything in particular about my setup that might be triggering this bug? And is this likely to be the root cause behind IPFS being unable to add a pin? I'm trying to get this server set up to pin my website, and this is a blocker. If there's a different approach that would make IPFS work, I'd love to try it.

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