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Couldn't connect to any seeds module=p2p #2757

ghost opened this issue Nov 5, 2018 · 3 comments

Couldn't connect to any seeds module=p2p #2757

ghost opened this issue Nov 5, 2018 · 3 comments


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@ghost ghost commented Nov 5, 2018

Tendermint version (use tendermint version or git rev-parse --verify HEAD if installed from source):

ABCI app (name for built-in, URL for self-written if it's publicly available):
Not sure


  • OS (e.g. from /etc/os-release):
  • Install tools:
  • Others:
    MacOS High Sierra version 10.13.6

What happened:

When running on single node, I see below error "Couldn't connect to any seeds module=p2p" periodically

What you expected to happen:
Expect no errors?

Have you tried the latest version: yes/no

How to reproduce it (as minimally and precisely as possible):
Running on single node mode

tendermint init
tendermint node --proxy_app=kvstore

Logs (paste a small part showing an error (< 10 lines) or link a pastebin, gist, etc. containing more of the log file):

I[11-05|13:11:57.586] Indexed block                                module=txindex height=10316
I[11-05|13:11:58.485] Ensure peers                                 module=p2p numOutPeers=0 numInPeers=0 numDialing=0 numToDial=10
I[11-05|13:11:58.485] No addresses to dial nor connected peers. Falling back to seeds module=p2p 
E[11-05|13:11:58.485] Couldn't connect to any seeds                module=p2p 
I[11-05|13:11:58.587] Timed out                                    module=consensus dur=997.419ms height=10317 round=0 step=RoundStepNewHeight

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node command runtime flags:

/dump_consensus_state output for consensus bugs

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@zramsay zramsay commented Nov 5, 2018

That's expected behaviour since you're running a single node blockchain. Your chain should still be producing blocks, yeah?

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@melekes melekes commented Nov 5, 2018

@bobio2018 note there's no such thing as "single node" deployment in Tendermint. It only makes sense for local development and trying stuff out as a first time user. We can change the log level from Error to Info however. Do you want to submit a PR?

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@ghost ghost commented Nov 5, 2018

thank you everyone, closing the ticket now.

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