Whilst the benefits of an increase in geographic spread, machine classification and processing architecture are already being felt by the network, this hasn’t come without its fair share of issues. The devices themselves require a little preparation in the form of the installation of an OS, and of Docker.
Docker is widely supported, but making sure the machine has the correct version with the right permissions can take a little technical expertise. Firewall configurations can on occasion pose an issue, although this is often easier to diagnose.
Whilst we can’t provide support for third-party applications, to help our community members detect common operational issues, and to help us diagnose unhealthy nodes we’ve added a new
check command to
edge-cli which provides a clear list of requirements and performance tests to cover the majority of common snags, and we’ll be rolling out a lot more over the coming months.
🔗Update your current version
sudo apt update sudo apt install edge-cli
🔗Running the check command
sudo edge-cli check
🔗Docker setup check
docker setup check is a sign of improper
🔗DNS resolution check using system default resolver
A failed DNS resolution check using the system default resolver is a sign you might want to change your system resolver. Perhaps setting it to 188.8.131.52, or 184.108.40.206
🔗DNS resolution check using the alternative resolver (
If DNS resolution using the system default resolver fails and this passes, we suggest changing your system DNS resolver to 220.127.116.11
A failed reachability check is a sign there might be a firewall setting that is blocking access to the network.
A failed latency check is a sign to check your network setup, perhaps changing from wireless to wired, or moving closer to the router. It’s also a sign that with the current network setup your device may be less competitive than others in term of request dequeuing.
See a check missing? We’d love to hear your experience with device onboarding and look forward to introducing more helpful diagnostics tools to keep your Host healthy.