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Available snapshots for main net?

Are there any freely available recent snapshots for the main net that I could download ? I'm looking for either full or rolling.
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How do I import a snapshot using docker?

I tried to import snapshot but it didn't work. $ ./mainnet.sh snapshot import BMJgBK8rR4gZPaTcj8EN6uu93hU7AVhPM16GsSB14ZMVxoW1iQ1.full mainnet: Pulling from tezos/tezos Digest: sha256:...
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Selection of roll snapshots

It seems that, at cycle n, the context stores one selected snapshot (among 16) for each cycle between n-5 and n+5, and 16 snapshots for cycle n+6, and some number between 0 and 16 for cycle n+7 (...
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How big is the chain data on a new node?

I have been running a node for about 6 months now and my chain data recently maxed out my ssd completely and I started seeing disk I/O errors in the node's log output. I made a mistake snapshotting, ...
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Where can we find FILE.full publicly for bootstrapping from a snapshot?

In the Nomadic Labs post on Snapshots and History Modes (https://blog.nomadic-labs.com/introducing-snapshots-and-history-modes-for-the-tezos-node.html) , it talks about bootstrapping a Tezos node from ...
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Snapshot for alphanet

There exists publicly available snapshots for mainnet (see here ) Does there exist publicly available snapshot for alphanet ?
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Cleanup of node data (to fix 'Bus error: 10' error)

There are already two unanswered questions about this subject but this is important and I decided to ask a slightly different one. The subject is: sometimes, the node gets in a bad state and it won't ...
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How do I export a snapshot using docker?

I did it below: $ ./mainnet.sh shell $ /usr/local/bin/tezos-node snapshot export BL8K1e24CHsqnMPzdyPcSDQpPh2Vr8TNbPcg4Et3cEHgvXx3H14.full tezos-node: internal error, uncaught exception: (...
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Can't use tezos-client after restoring from snapshot

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....
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What's the difference between a node synced from scratch, and a node synced from an snapshot?

The title basically says it. I have synced a full node using a snapshot, and I'm wondering if there's any difference. I have noticed that the data folder weights around 18 GB, and I thought it should ...
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Constant storage size in the rolling history mode?

Under the "rolling" history mode, does the size of a node's stored data remains roughly constant in time? If yes, what is the size currently?
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How long should exporting a snapshot take?

If tezos-node snapshot export ... is supposed to make a ~2GB snapshot, at the speed it is going for me it will take weeks to complete. How long should this take? Exporting a rolling snapshot doesn't ...
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Carthagenet error when trying to import a snapshot

I'm currently trying to setup a Carthagenet node from the snapshot on https://snapshots.tulip.tools/#/ with the Docker mode. But when I want to run the command carthagenet.sh snapshot import /home/ec2-...
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Error on export snapshot from docker?

The answer here doesn't work (How do I export a snapshot using docker?) I first tried sudo tezos-node snapshot export datadisk2/snapshot/sept252019.full but I received the error: tezos-node: internal ...
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How can I take a snapshot on via command line using Kiln?

I know this feature may come out in Kiln in the future, but would like to try it out.
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Carthagenet node not bootstrapped after snapshot import

I am trying to get a fully synchronized Carthagenet node. I did the following steps : wget carthagenet.sh execute ./carthagenet.sh start execute ./carthagenet.sh shell wget snapshot.full (24h old ...
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is there any Ansible playbook to spin up a Tezos node from sources or binary? (not from docker image)

is there any Ansible playbook to spin up a Tezos node from sources or binary? (not from docker image) preferable for an Archive Mainnet node, but any resource is appreciated
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How to handle nodes that encounter “Inconsistent hash” failures?

On April 1st 2020 around Block 890,840 (+/- 20 blocks), a node was seemingly rendered non-operational by looping on a inconsistent hash error. Worth noting that this only occurred on a single node out ...
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Can I import snapshot in docker?

How import snapshot in node which running in docker container? For example snapshot from https://tezosshots.com. I see only one variant, it's copy file from 7z archive in mounted volume directory. ...
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How do I import snapshots running a full node from Ubuntu 16?

I have followed these instructions to start running the tezos mainnet (up to "git checkout mainnet". https://www.reddit.com/r/tezos/comments/9goyr2/setup_instructions_for_mainnet_node_ubuntu_1804/ ...
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Tezos GigaNode snapshots - Quick “latest” URL?

Is there a "latest" URL for https://snapshots-tezos.giganode.io/? I mean, if I want to download the latest rolling snapshot, I'd like to retrieve something like https://snapshots-tezos....
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Kiln - Snapshop bootstrap from command line

I'm testing Kiln on a remote server, so I can't use the graphical interface to initiate the node and import the chain data because when I select 'snapshot' it opens my local hard drive while the ...
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tezos-node snapshot import command does not exist anymore?

Just changed harddrive, and thought I would spin off a node from snapshot instead of copying .tezos-node folder, but it seems that the import operation does not exists anymore: $ ./tezos-node ...