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Import private key

I was using my tz1 account to bake with bakechain for a while now. I decided to run my own node to be able to vote on the proposal. I was able to sync and run my own node but when I try to import my ...
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Node gives strange error

While checking my node, I saw this error appearing. Baking ops are working so not sure if this is anything to worry about but wanted to ask around to see what this could mean. Anyone? Apr 10 20:40:35 ...
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Tezos-client can't import TCP signer

For my baking operation, I have set up a remote signer and SSH tunneled it to my baking server on port 7878. I have also set up tezos-signer with --require-authentication. On my baking server, I'm ...
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How to guarantee uptime for baking node?

What are some of the methods people are using to make sure a baking node remains up and running 24/7? I see all these baking services with "enterprise server solutions", whatever that means. However, ...
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Missing Blocks for Months now - No endorsements present in mempool

Mar 23 16:09:30 - client.baking: New baking slot found (level 364815, priority 0) at 2019-03-23T16:08:55Z for ledger_tezos after BL7nWhEJBw93. Mar 23 16:09:30 - client.baking: No endorsements present ...
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Running a Baking Node on Azure - any considerations?

Are there any issues compared to On-Premises implementations. I also like to find out, how many tokens we need for the rewards to cover the cost of operation. I assume, more tokens staked doesn't ...
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Why did the network ignore my baked block?

I had baking priority slot 0. I successfully baked the block. I successfully injected my block to the network (as shown in bakers log below). Yet, for some reason, the baker at priority 1 actually ...
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How to secure baking node from attacks like DDOS?

I want to know what ports and protocols tezos-node and baker uses so that i can enable only those ports and protocols in my firewall setting to prevent any DDos attack on my server.