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Just changed harddrive, and thought I would spin off a node from snapshot instead of copying .tezos-node folder, but it seems that the import operation does not exists anymore:

$ ./tezos-node snapshot import 694626-BKrv2G5sRNJW.rolling
tezos-node: OPERATION argument: invalid argument: import
Usage: tezos-node snapshot [OPTION]... OPERATION FILE
Try `tezos-node snapshot --help' or `tezos-node --help' for more information.

$ ./tezos-node snapshot --help
SYNOPSIS
       tezos-node snapshot [OPTION]... OPERATION FILE

DESCRIPTION
       The snapshot command is meant to export snapshots files. Several
       operations are possible:

       export allows to export a snapshot of the current node state into a
       file.

MISC OPTIONS
       --data-dir=DIR
           The directory where the Tezos node will store all its data.

       --rolling
           Force export command to dump a minimal snapshot based on the
           rolling mode.

ARGUMENTS
       OPERATION (required)
           Operation to perform. Possible value: export.
[...]

No mention of import, anyone knows what's happening?

  • using $ ./tezos-node --version d272059b (2019-04-08 09:57:21 +0200) – petronius Nov 16 '19 at 20:23
  • There is an (old) version of mainnet where you can export snapshots but not import them. You should update your node (git pull && make build-deps && eval $(opam env) && make) – vect0r Nov 16 '19 at 22:23
  • God... It couldnt be not up to date, as I checked out the repo yesterday. Sudden inspiration: $ git remote get-url origin https://github.com/tezos/tezos.git !!! Correct repo is gitlab, not github, they should remove this old mirror... Thanks @vect0r, add that as answer and i'll accept it. – petronius Nov 17 '19 at 8:00
  • Hum, yes. The tezos sources are hosted on gitlab. It should be less confusing, I agree. – vect0r Nov 17 '19 at 10:30
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I seems that your node is not up-to-date. You should:

  • Ensure the repository address: https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/ (it can be checked using git remote get-url origin)

  • update the node: git pull && make build-deps && eval $(opam env) && make

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