Syncing through the spam, did 'zcash-cli stop" and it’s stuck.
debug.log shows it started to shutdown, no more blocks etc but it’s still burning 100% of a CPU core.
That was nine hours ago, it’s still doing it.
EDIT: Other maybe useful info :-
- Ubuntu 20,04, 16Gb, amd64
- syncing from a local node with ‘-connect’ option
Do you mean zcash-cli stop? Or did you type ‘shutdown’?
sorry, meant stop, damn this decaf coffee… fixed original post
I killed the zcashd process (kill -9) & restarted it, this time syncing from public nodes etc as normal.
Thankfully, it didn’t bork & demand a reindex, with all the spam to work through that would suck.
According to debug.log its pulling in blocks & is around blk 1730500, interestingly the console is stuck on ‘Init message: Done loading’, its ‘started since’ time is frozen and is not showing progress.
I’ll leave it running & report any more obvious strangeness.
I stopped and restarted my node (just for you!) but I didn’t replicate any errors
console just caught up a little, although its still way behind the block that debug.log says its working on.
If its a bug in need of a name, ‘terminal lumpiness’ describes it rather well.
EDIT: Another example, the console says it has 2 peers connected, ‘zcash-cli getpeerinfo’ shows 8
EDIT: Console has finally caught up with debug.log, it took 1hr 55mins