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How to connect running node on aws server remotely as a rpc endpoint?

I have a full sync node running on an aws server, I am able to connect and interact with the node at 8545 locally. But I am not able to connect to it from remote computer. The code as follow. from ...
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How to make API calls to AWS Managed Blockchain using Nethereum?

I am testing AWS Ethereum (Preview) using Nethereum and I see this method to get a block: var block = await web3.Eth.Blocks.GetBlockNumber.SendRequestAsync(); However, the AWS Ehtereum documentation ...
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AWS Explorer and Stats URL

I created an AWS Ethereum network. Screenshots of the explorer and stats URL's are below. I am curious why the explorer screen appears to show blocks, but the stats screen appears to be empty?
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Connecting to AWS Ethereum using Putty SSH tunnel

I created an AWS Ethereum network, and I created a bastion host and I can access the explorer URL and stats URL in a browser successfully. But I am now trying to curl, like this: curl -X POST -H "...
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Quorum nodes run fine with docker-compose, but crash when deployed on kubernetes

Following the steps outlined here, I created a basic Quorum network with 4 nodes and IBFT consensus. I then created a docker image for each of the nodes, copying the contents of each node's directory ...
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Creating a private Ethereum network on AWS using geth: Does it make sense to stop the instances to avoid costs?

I want to build a private Ethereum network on AWS using geth. To avoid costs, I want I'm thinking of stopping the instances where I won't be developing smart contracts or using my web app. Does ...
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Ethereum 2.0 - how to avoid being penalised when moving to a new location - is it possible to move the validator to the cloud?

Of course, I can test on testnet and try for myself but maybe you'll know. In the spirit of decentralisation, I would like to run my full node. But things change, I may want to travel (change location)...
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How come AWS geth can't find peers?

I am setting up a geth light client on an AWS EC2 instance. After running geth, the client seems to not be able to discover any peers and remains idle. Running admin.peers in the console shows that ...
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If mining is on, on an Ethereum node on EC2 AWS instance, it is unable to connnect to peers on Azure

I am runing a private ethereum network with nodes on AWS and Azure. AWS EC2 - Mining Node & Azure - Peering node When the mining is on, in AWS node, the peering is lost intermitently, with Azure ...
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ETH daemon not syncing from snapshot

I have a snapshot of an ETH daemon that is running fine. I tried created another instance of this daemon from this snapshot. Its been running for about 8 hours now and still not synced. This is the ...
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Can we migrate private blockchain from one aws instance to another?

Right now, I am running my private blockchain on aws ec2(t2.medium) using geth. I am just curious that later on is it possible to upgrade that aws ec2(t2.medium) instance to aws ec2(t2.large) instance?...
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Unexpected fault address

I picked up an Ethereum Blockchain at AWS ECS almost 3 months ago, it was working perfectly until I got this bug yesterday from the mining node: unexpected fault address 0x7fb93c71d000 [signal SIGBUS:...
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Geth on AWS EC2, rpc call networking

I'm trying to boot up a Geth node on an AWS EC2 instance and for some reason I'm unable to connect to it via a simple RPC call from outside the instance. I've done this successfully with a Parity ...
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Why are blocks imported so slowly? - Geth node

I'm running a geth node on AWS and it's fully synced, but looking at the logs and the blocks mined I see that it takes a lot of time to import a new block. For example: Geth log INFO [01-14|18:15:...
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Connect dApp hosted on cloud with Geth running locally

I've my dApp running on AWS and Geth running locally. How am I supposed to connect my hosted dApp with the Geth? I'm connecting my web3(using web3.py) using my computer's(Windows OS) IP address. ...
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Geth mining stuck: Commit new mining work on Ubuntu instance

I have an Ubuntu instance running on aws ec2. I'm currently using Ubuntu server ec2 instance with the configuration as: 1 vCPU, 2.5 GHz, Intel Xeon Family, 1 GiB memory. I'm running my Geth on this ...
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Issue with Serverless deploy of smart contract-Dependency mismatch -Package.json,Package-lock.json error

I'm trying to deploy my smart contract serverless(AWS lambda) and I'm using Truffle framework. The code is getting deployed in an earlier system(earlier it was deployed here). Now I have updated the ...
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Unlocking account web3.js 1.0 on AWS Lambda

I'm getting following error message when trying to unlock account on AWS Lambda: Error: Node error: {"code":-32601,"message":"The method personal_unlockAccount does not exist/is not available"} ...
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Private Chain Peering and Port Problem

Two AWS nodes on separate machines are trying to peer. They are listening and discovering at port 30303, when I open these ports for inbound connection they are still unable to peer; but, when I open ...
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Is there any concern for the significant number of nodes being hosted on AWS/ cloud providers?

Just curious if there is any downside that many nodes are being hosted on cloud providers? For example Infura, which supports many nodes and provides a large portion of connections to Ethereum nodes, ...
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Minimum system requirements for mining ropsten ethers

I want to create my own faucet that will mine Ropsten ethers. What is the minimum system configuration which is required? Is it a good idea to use my own server such as AWS? What will be the ...
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How to configure APIs to run with Ropsten addresses

I have my contracts deployed on Ropsten network. I deployed those contracts from my local machine using Truffle migrate. Then I set up an AWS EC2 Ubuntu server to host my RESTful APIs. I installed ...
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How to integrate rinkeby test network with centralised server?

I am new to ethereum blockchain. I want to create ICO platform based website. I have created smart contract and deployed on rinkeby test network. I used python web3.py library to integrate python with ...
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Running Swarm on AWS

After succesfully setting up a POA network on azure (hurray for 1 click deployment), i wanted to set up a private Swarm cluster (well , 1 node will do for testing). I took an AWS EC2 instance to save ...
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'curl: no URL specified!' Installing Parity on AWS (Ubuntu)

The accepted answer found here does not seem to work for me: https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/a/46926/11266 I created an EC2 instance of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (HVM) $ bash <(curl https://get.parity....
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Geth keeps shutting down on AWS EC2 instance

I am trying to run a Geth node on an AWS EC2 instance. I am able to start it, and it runs fine for a while, but keeps crashing periodically and not leaving much in the log. The EC2 instance is a T2....
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adding new peer to quorum dynamically

I've three boxes quorum setup running on AWS and i wanted to dynamically add a node to this setup so i added enode of that node along with ip in static-nodes.json of all boxes and started the node but ...
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Deploying Ethereum template on AWS?

I would like to deploy an Ethereum template (the one provided on aws website : https://docs.aws.amazon.com/blockchain-templates/latest/developerguide/blockchain-templates-ethereum.html) in a private ...
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Connecting to remote Geth client from AWS hosted server via web3 needs fix

There is a general problem that is affecting most everyone who tries to initialize AWS hosted servers with a remote Geth instance. It would be great to have documentation to address a fix or at least ...
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Fatal: Error starting protocol stack: datadir already used by another process on AWS EC2

I was running geth on my AWS instance. Due to timeout my connection to AWS was closed but geth was still running. When I logged back in to run the command again, it raised the following error: Fatal: ...
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How can I “require('web3')” on Amazon AWS Lambda?

If I understand the documentation correctly, I need to build web3.js on AWS Lambda. How can I do that and which version should I use?
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Must I run node and compile/migrate contracts on AWS Instance for WebDapp?

I am launching a semi-decentralized webapp using AWS and was wondering if I must continually run a node on AWS for it to work. Currently, if I don't run a Rinkeby node and compile/migrate the contract ...
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How force parity on AWS use public IP?

I have few mining parity on docker container in AWS instances. Each AWS instance have private and public IP. When I ask "parity_enode" it return enode address with private IP. I want it use public IP. ...
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Decentralized Data Storage for IoT using Sia

For my Master research I want to make a proof-of-concept of decentralized data storage for an IoT scenario. My idea is to receive measurement values from a raspberry pi and to store them using sia. I ...
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Using Truffle with Node JS (MongoDB)

I am trying to use truffle along with a MongoDB database which means that I need multiple ports. For local testing, I have been starting up my RPC, switching the port that the app is listening, and ...
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rpc requests to geth on AWS instance

I have geth running on an AWS EC2 instance. Here is how I started it: geth --rpc --rpcaddr "127.0.0.1" --rpcport "8545" --rpc --rpccorsdomain "*" from that same instance I can use python's request....
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Smart Contract firing send ether transaction that's not in the contract

I need some help with my smart contract, here's the smart contract code pragma solidity ^0.4.18; contract UserToken { mapping (bytes32 => uint8) public tokenBalance; bytes32[] public ...
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What would be potential problems with building “private” Ethereum network on AWS?

Suppose I have two EC2 instances on AWS that are running geth nodes. They have the same genesis block and are in synchronization because peering is setup with open port 30303 (by default is for ...
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Why does my JSON-RPC request never complete?

I've set up geth to run in a Docker container with the following command (yes, I realize it's wide open to the world): docker run -it -p 127.0.0.1:8545:8545 -p 30303:30303 -v /data/ethereum:/root/....
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geth setup on aws for custom wallet application

I need to create an app that will hold custom wallet per user, I was using Infura earlier, but now I have to create wallets so will need "Personal" on rpc. I see that Infura don't expose it so will ...
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Is it profitable to mine Ethereum on AWS?

I got $5000 on AWS from Facebook by being part of FbStart. Since I wont be using these credits for web development, I want to know if it would be profitable for me to mine Ethereum? Can I at least ...
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Remote geth node failing to retrieve past events

I have set up a remote geth node on AWS as a web3 provider for my DApp. The geth node is initialized with the following command (for testnet) as a daemon service: [Unit] Description=Ethereum go ...
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Host Geth Mainnet on cloud or use existing mainnet?

We are planning to launch our DAPPS Smart Contracts and Token Sale Contracts on mainnet. For testnet we had setup on Digital Ocean. But for mainnet we are confused between to host on our own node on ...
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Can't connect to EC2 Ethereum node from AWS Lambda

I tried to continue the discussion on this similar question: Connection Error - Couldn't connect to ethereum node on AWS at http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:8545. Mods told me to create a new one so here goes....
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Monitoring geth on AWS EC2 [duplicate]

I have setup a geth node on AWS for a DAPP I've created. So there's a specific geth process running. I've found that this shuts down every now and then. Any recommendations on how I can monitor this ...
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How to Setup Ethereum Based Website

I have a Wordpress website on one server. And on AWS (another server) I have block chain installed. Now I want to show the Block chain data (Smart Contarct Informationor Transactions) into my ...
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“Public DNS” v.s. “Public IP” of AWS for running geth RPC

In my AWS ec2 instance, I run geth and specify --rpcport and --rpcaddr using "Public DNS" like this: geth --datadir "./signer1/data" --networkid 55661 --port 2000 --rpc --rpcport 5566 --rpcaddr "ec2-...
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Ethereum private network - What is AWS minimum hardware requirement?

I have been setting up private blockchain network on two AWS EC2 instances for one of the demo setup. Initially, I chose t2.micro for both. However, miner.start(1) has been very unpredictable so far. ...
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Connection Error - Couldn't connect to ethereum node on AWS at http://xx.xxx.xx.xxx:8545

We setup ethereum node on AWS Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS (HVM) EC2 instance and configured it in the standard way before launching the geth console using the below command: sudo geth --identity "...
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Can MetaMask be used as remote node for back end, and not require users to have plug in?

I am building a web app that would track events/transactions made by contracts on the chain. At this point I am considering hosting a geth node on AWS EC2 in order to use in my web3.js initialization ...