I have an Ubuntu 16.04 instance on Amazon EC2
I can do:
geth console 2>> ~/geth.log instance: Geth/v1.4.3-stable/linux/go1.6.1 >
Everything looks fine:
> eth.blockNumber 546120 > net.peerCount 13
OK. Great. The blockNumber ticks up as expected.
Now, I'd like to be able to logout and go away and get on with things.
I am using
Ctrl+A followed by
D. I can tail
~/geth.log and I can see the blockNumber incrementing.
I logout. However, when I tail the
geth.log file several hours later, it keeps getting stuck:
I0513 05:53:21.227568 eth/downloader/downloader.go:274] Synchronisation failed: no peers to keep download active
The Amazon firewall is wide open. I have
ufw running on my instance. It allows port 80, 22 and 443 (IPv4 and IPv6).
I have no idea what's going on. I have spent hours at this.