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I normally run these commands to start up a tezos babylonnet node:

./babylonnet.sh start --rpc-port 127.0.0.1:8732
./babylonnet.sh shell

tezos-node identity generate
tezos-node run --rpc-addr 127.0.0.1 --history-mode experimental-rolling

I was having issues and it crashed, so I deleted everything and tried to restore from a public snapshot from here: https://lambsonacid.nl/

using these commands:

./babylonnet.sh snapshot import <FULL_PATH_TO_FOLDER>/BM3NxjtuL67aWvHoEqcV9xcD27DeQsKoRWCEaVx64tdf19AUJbY_FULL
./babylonnet.sh start --rpc-port 127.0.0.1:8732
./babylonnet.sh shell

tezos-node identity generate
tezos-node run --rpc-addr 127.0.0.1 --history-mode experimental-rolling

I didn't get any errors, the last command is spitting out output saying its bootstrapping and validating blocks. Its been going for 1 hour. Again no errors.

Now in another terminal I can't run anything from tezos-client getting these errors:

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http://node:8732 doesn't look right it should be 127.0.0.1?

I tried running it from postman too and it refused connection. Have I missed a step?



EDIT:

For anyone else facing the same issue, running:

./babylonnet.sh stop
./babylonnet.sh start   # Without --rpc-port

Got me back up and running for now. But i'm unable to use --rpc-port to expose rpc outside of the docker. It will unblock me for now, but will block me again for experimenting on my local network

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