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I have updated my relay node to 1.33.0 and gLiveView will not run. The node is up and running and I can see it working with simpleLiveView, but when i run gLiveView I get an error. "could not connect to running instance"

Node is running Node is running

simpleLiveView
simpleLiveView

Node version is 1.33.0
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This is the error for gLiveView
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Any ideas where I can start to troubleshoot the issue? Thanks,

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  • Have you ensured that all your path variables are set appropriately in your ~/.bashrc folder, and that gLiveView is updated to the latest version (v1.25.1)?
    – zhekson
    Feb 4 at 14:43

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if i am right, that you use cntools, please read below...

take a backup of your files in the folder "scripts",

and download again the env and gLive files.

if you want download all your files, just to be updated.

cd tmp/
./prereqs.sh -f

but please, dont forget to take backup of your current files, so that you bring back the settings to env file and the rest you use.

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  • Thank you for the reply, yes that is correct I use cntools. In my env file the only change I have made is to set the port CNODE_PORT=6000 like in the guild-operators common env [link] (cardano-community.github.io/guild-operators/Scripts/env) is there something else i shoud check in the env file? Should I replace all the script files in the folder or just the gLive files?
    – Jonah Koch
    Feb 17 at 17:15
  • it looks you run a relay, then is fine only the setting for the port. - when you ask me for all files or only gLive, i used to update all files once per month. it is good. but you dont have to. - it would be nice if you vote my answers if that helps you mate.
    – TTS17
    Feb 17 at 18:48
  • Yeah, it did not solve my issue. I did the ./prereqs.sh update, but still cannot run gLiveView
    – Jonah Koch
    Feb 20 at 19:57

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