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I am doing ripple transaction and found error as [RippledError(noNetwork)], although my server_state is full in mainnet.. Kindly help me in resolve this issue.

Below is my server_info command output.

Loading: "/etc/opt/ripple/rippled.cfg" 2018-May-01 10:31:52 HTTPClient:NFO Connecting to 127.0.0.1:5005

{ "result" : { "info" : { "build_version" : "0.90.1", "complete_ledgers" : "38206142-38206205,38210691-38210710,38210875-38210985,38211110-38211166,38211281-38211442,38211545,38211647-38211665", "fetch_pack" : 4368, "hostid" : "ip-10-20-90-105", "io_latency_ms" : 1, "jq_trans_overflow" : "8990", "last_close" : { "converge_time_s" : 1.999, "proposers" : 0 }, "load" : { "job_types" : [ { "job_type" : "untrustedProposal", "peak_time" : 21, "per_second" : 37 }, { "in_progress" : 2, "job_type" : "ledgerData", "waiting" : 37 }, { "in_progress" : 1, "job_type" : "clientCommand" }, { "avg_time" : 1, "job_type" : "advanceLedger", "peak_time" : 59, "per_second" : 5 }, { "avg_time" : 2, "job_type" : "trustedValidation", "peak_time" : 61, "per_second" : 2 }, { "avg_time" : 1, "job_type" : "writeObjects", "peak_time" : 21, "per_second" : 1 }, { "job_type" : "trustedProposal", "per_second" : 6 }, { "job_type" : "peerCommand", "per_second" : 590 }, { "avg_time" : 1, "job_type" : "diskAccess", "peak_time" : 21, "per_second" : 1 }, { "avg_time" : 1, "job_type" : "AsyncReadNode", "peak_time" : 14, "per_second" : 488 } ], "threads" : 4 }, "load_factor" : 1, "peer_disconnects" : "5", "peer_disconnects_resources" : "0", "peers" : 10, "pubkey_node" : "n9MuzdNGGMcof5i2gtHaDkP8bwNHbCSyX8stM1vqJf4wVT3AB9WN", "pubkey_validator" : "none", "server_state" : "full", "state_accounting" : { "connected" : { "duration_us" : "1649930205", "transitions" : 100 }, "disconnected" : { "duration_us" : "1462453", "transitions" : 1 }, "full" : { "duration_us" : "528278819646", "transitions" : 102 }, "syncing" : { "duration_us" : "64323275", "transitions" : 3 }, "tracking" : { "duration_us" : "25835761", "transitions" : 102 } }, "uptime" : 530020, "validated_ledger" : { "age" : 508042, "base_fee_xrp" : 1e-05, "hash" : "54270887612D4420F7E06A6063899FCBB8EC3C0D8D2A8DF00094AA6995ED990F", "reserve_base_xrp" : 20, "reserve_inc_xrp" : 5, "seq" : 38211665 }, "validation_quorum" : 11, "validator_list_expires" : "2018-May-06 00:00:00" }, "status" : "success" } }

  • Can you paste the output of a server_info command issued from an endpoint with administrative privileges? How long has the server been running? And when you say "doing ripple transaction" do you mean you're submitting a new transaction or issuing a query of some kind? – David Schwartz Apr 30 '18 at 17:48
  • @DavidSchwartz I have edited my question and paste server_info output – Sudhakar May 1 '18 at 10:36
  • @DavidSchwartz In ripple.cfg I have added port_ws_admin_local as below [port_ws_admin_local] port = 6006 ip = 10.20.90.105 #ip = 127.0.0.1 #admin = 127.0.0.1 admin = 10.20.90.105 protocol = ws I have used ws and I seen that in default url of ripple server for connecting mainnet is 'wss:r1.ripple.com'.. So I think this could be problem.. – Sudhakar May 1 '18 at 10:56
  • It seems like your server acquired a few ledgers but wasn't able to stay synched. Are you using NuDB or RocksDB? Is your back end storage a hard drive or an SSD? – David Schwartz May 1 '18 at 17:21
  • @DavidSchwartz I am using aws maching for ripple server, So Its have cloud storage, and using RockDb.. – Sudhakar May 2 '18 at 17:41

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