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I'm connected to the "Rinkeby" network on MetaMask. I've imported the private key into Geth. Thereby, I unlocked the account using geth --rpc --networkid 4 --unlock <account_address>. Thereafter, I'm trying to deploy my smart contract using truffle. I'm using the following command to deploy the migrations: truffle migrate --reset --network rinkeby --compile-all. But I receive the following error -

Error: insufficient funds for gas * price + value

Inside truffle.js, I've configured to connect to Rinkeby as follows -

 host: "localhost", 
 port: 8545,
 from: "<account_address>",
 network_id: "4",
 gas: 4000000, 
 gasPrice: 20000000000

I have 3 ETH in my account from the Rinkeby Authenticated Faucet.

Where exactly am I going wrong?

  • Is you local node synced with the network? Did you check the balance from your node's console -> eth.getBalance(<account_address>)? – ivicaa Feb 23 '18 at 12:04
  • @ivicaa Based on your comments, I imported the address into the keystore (specified a new datadir), unlocked the account and started a local node. Within the console (geth attach), if I try running eth.fromWei(eth.getBalance(<account_address>), "ether"), I'm getting Error: invalid address. – Anji P Feb 23 '18 at 15:37
  • Okay, @ivicaa, I was typing a wrong command. It should have been web3.fromWei. It returns 0. So you are saying that the local node needs to be synced with Rinkeby? – Anji P Feb 23 '18 at 16:06
  • I would say yes, if you're not sending raw transactions. Did you try it after the sync? – ivicaa Feb 23 '18 at 17:48
  • Hey @ivicaa I initialized the synchronization. Now I'm getting the following error: Error: exceeds block gas limit. The command web3.fromWei(eth.getBalance(<account_address>), "ether") returns 0. – Anji P Feb 24 '18 at 8:05
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You would set your gas to 6712390 at truffle configuration. Hope it helps.

  • I tried with gas: 6712390 within truffle.js. This doesn't work. – Anji P Feb 24 '18 at 6:27

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