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I am trying to run a node from a Linux Ubuntu VM on a Windows 10 machine. The two OS are connected via a shared folder (which is on my F: drive).

I downloaded context and store folders through tezosshots.com and set my config.json like this:

{ "data-dir": "/media/tz/.tezos-node/", "shell": {"history_mode": "archive"},  "p2p": { "listen-addr": "[::]:9732" } }

But when I run the node I get this:

./tezos-node run
Oct 28 21:18:26 - node.main: Starting the Tezos node...
Oct 28 21:18:26 - node.main: No local peer discovery.
Oct 28 21:18:26 - node.main: Peer's global id: idtxxxxxxxxxum8
Oct 28 21:18:26 - main: shell-node initialization: bootstrapping
Oct 28 21:18:26 - main: shell-node initialization: p2p_maintain_started
tezos-node: Error:
              Invalid argument

Edit: identity generation gives no error.

  • Context and Store Folders are in /media/tz/.tezos-node/ ? Does the identity.json appear at /media/tz/.tezos-node/ ? – Blindripper Oct 28 '19 at 21:27
  • Yes, that's correct. – Babell Oct 29 '19 at 9:39
  • Does your node run normally when running it without the downloaded context and store folders (i.e. when trying to bootstrapp from scartch) ? Are the rights of this mounted/shared directory (/media/tz/.tezos-node/) well defined ? – vect0r Oct 30 '19 at 10:59

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