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If you like the way tzkt displays the storage of contracts, you should probably use their API instead of trying to get the information from a node. If you want to redo the same work, the human-readable names used for the fields very probably come from the field annotations in the type of the storage. To get this type you can do curl -s http://localhost:8732/...


Peers connecting and disconnecting is a normal thing in P2P networks. Best thing you can do is increase your max number of connections (tezos-node config update --connections 100), and use the script to keep your connections topped up.


You don't need to trust the provider of the snapshot very much. Once you have imported the snapshot, you can simply check that the hash of a recent block is the same as the hash given by some explorer that you will trust. For instance, if block 1,730,000's hash is BLmKPfoMB6E52tdvTHJsWPHTGG7jUWXiW5yW9pAopEuWgYh69zp on several public explorers and on your ...


Opening a "Maximised View" of Temple and enabling the developer console, I could see CORS errors when I tried to add the node to Temple. The CORS issue was fixed by stopping and restarting tezos-node with these additional flags: --cors-header='content-type' --cors-origin='*' I was then able to successfully add and use my own node with the Temple ...

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