I have been running a tezos node for a few days, I usually see between 39 to 45 peers connected.
How many connected peers should I expect to be connected to my node while syncing on the mainnet? How many peers after the node is bootstrapped?
Does the number of peers depends on resources such as CPU or network? Any way to check if I have reached some bottleneck?
I have the following related open ports on my server. but I hasn't sure if they needed to be open on my firewall as well.
tcp LISTEN 0 128 0.0.0.0:8000 0.0.0.0:* users:(("tezos-node",pid=12811,fd=30),("mainnet-tezos-n",pid=12806,fd=30),("backend",pid=990,fd=30)) tcp LISTEN 0 128 [::ffff:127.0.0.1]:8733 *:* users:(("mainnet-tezos-n",pid=12806,fd=28)) tcp LISTEN 0 20 [::ffff:0.0.0.0]:9733 *:* users:(("tezos-node",pid=12811,fd=7),("mainnet-teos-n",pid=12806,fd=28))
I have opened the following port ranges 8732-8735 and 9732-9735 to all internet 0.0.0.0/0 and ::/0 on my firewall.
it went up to 61, but still far from hundreds. I'm not sure if the bump from 45 to 61 is related
I tried to be looking for a config file that could be relevant
but scanning through the
dpkg -L kiln output, I did not find any other files than those two, which are almost empty.
ubuntu@baker:~$ cat /etc/sysctl.d/10-kiln-userns.conf kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone=1 ubuntu@baker:~$ cat /etc/kiln/args KILNARGS= ubuntu@baker:~$