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I have a network 'foo' that is configured inside truffle.js. Running my tests works just fine

truffle test --network foo ./test/*.js

then I realized I forgot to start 'foo'. To confirm this running the console fails.

truffle console --network foo

How is it that my tests can pass even saying Using network 'foo' while the network is not running?

What am I missing here?

  • What do you mean forgot to start 'foo'? How exactly are you "starting foo"? – goodvibration May 6 at 12:05
  • I forgot starting geth. – tcurdt May 6 at 12:50
  • In your truffle configuration file, what are your host and port settings for the foo network? – goodvibration May 6 at 13:12
  • 127.0.0.1 and 8545 but the problem is that truffle test works - not that truffle console doesn't. – tcurdt May 6 at 15:12
  • When I start geth connecting the with truffle console works just as expected. – tcurdt May 6 at 15:14
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Turns out truffle test automatically starts a ganache instance if there is no test network. See the github issue. The truffle test --network foo seems to fall back to the default instance if the network foo is down.

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