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When I was trying to set up a test net I used a docker installation and it's messed with the tezos-client.

I am now using mainnet again.

./tezos-client rpc get /chains/main/is_bootstrapped

is failing with this error:

Warning:
  
                 This is NOT the Tezos Mainnet.
  
           Do NOT use your fundraiser keys on this network.

Fatal error:
  Unexpected server answer

I can make it work with using -E http://localhost:8732

My question is how can I reset the tezos-client to use mainnet, not florencenet or granadanet?

I've already done

./tezos-node config reset

but to no avail.

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tezos-client has its own config. You can reset that in a similar way tezos-client config reset or just delete the file. By default it's stored at ~/.tezos-client/config

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  • Thanks! This worked.
    – leo
    Aug 9 at 15:10
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Your client is connecting to a node at localhost:8732 and the client is telling you that this node is not a mainnet node.

You were correct in resetting the node config file, but now you need to restart your node and resync the mainnet blockchain.

Best steps:

  1. Stop node
  2. Erase all node data (rm -rf ~/.tezos-node/*)
  3. Download recent snapshot from https://mainnet.xtz-shots.io/
  4. Import snapshot to node
  5. Start node
  6. Wait for sync (a few minutes)

Make sure you are on the latest Octez v9.7 before starting up.

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