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I recently brought up a new node via docker and saw it got stuck during bootstrapping.

$ ./mainnet.sh client bootstrapped

Current head: BMeUZ1D6FWZv (timestamp: 2019-06-20T16:54:00-00:00, validation: 2019-06-21T07:49:34-00:00)

When I check the node logs I see over and over again:

Jun 21 07:50:37 - validator.peer_431: Worker crashed [NetXdQprcVkpa:idqWQvWjXsHA]:
Jun 21 07:50:37 - validator.peer_431: "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - validator.peer_431: "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - validator.peer_431: "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - validator.peer_431: "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline: Unexpected error (validator):
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline: Error, dumping error stack:
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline:   "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline:   "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline:   "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline:   "Assert_failure src/lib_shell/state.ml:1214:36"
Jun 21 07:50:37 - node.validator.bootstrap_pipeline:

That leads to this code: https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/blob/master/src/lib_shell/state.ml#L1207-1219

But I'm OCaml illiterate. I'm not sure what the problem is.

CPU, memory and other stats look fine.

Any ideas on what's going wrong or how to debug this?

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Can you open an issue on https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/issues/ ?

And a few details such as :

  • is your script up to date ?

  • did you bootstrapped your node from nothing ? Or used a storage snashpot ?

  • are you running your node in Full or Rolling (or don't know) mode ?

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