Here is a command that will delete your chain data, stored wallets, stored data and any miners you have set up:
rm -rf ~/.lotus ~/.lotusstorage
This command usually resolves any issues with running
lotus but it is not always required for updates. We will share information about when resetting your chain data and miners is required for an update in the future.
WARN peermgr peermgr/peermgr.go:131 failed to connect to bootstrap peer: failed to dial : all dials failed * [/ip4/126.96.36.199/tcp/1347] failed to negotiate security protocol: connected to wrong peer
ERROR hello hello/hello.go:81 other peer has different genesis!
~/.lotusdirectory. Check that it exists with
- repo is already locked
On most systems you can check the open files limit with:
You can also modify this number by using the
ulimit command. It gives you the ability to control the resources available for the shell or process started by it. If the number is below 10000, you can change it with the following command prior to starting the Lotus daemon:
ulimit -n 10000