I'm currently running a node on the latest version with no config file with the following command:
./tezos-node run --rpc-addr 127.0.0.1:8732 --connections 10
I've tried with various
--bootstrap-threshold values but am still encountering errors. I am getting constant peer thrashing and see:
$ p2p.maintenance: Too many connections, will kill 3 $ validator.peer(85): Worker terminated [...] $ validator.peer(86): Worker terminated [...] $ validator.peer(87): Worker terminated [...] $ validator.peer(88): Worker started for ... $ validator.peer(89): Worker started for ... $ validator.peer(90): Worker started for ...
This all happens within a span of 1 or 2 seconds, and happens about once every minute. I am currently accepting all TCP and UDP inbound traffic on 9732 and 19732 (since it says here). My node currently runs with 2GB of RAM (AWS EC2 t2.small instance).
Also, I'm having an issue that I believe is related, in that some of my baked blocks are failing because there are no endorsements in the mempool:
No endorsements present in the mempool. Waiting until 2019-04-02T21:45:00Z (37s) for new operations.
This is followed by an injection of the block about 37s later.
When I run
./tezos-node rpc get network/connections I see about 16 connections more or less, all but one of which have
Any help would be appreciated.