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Oct 2017
Chandra Sekhar
Oct 03 2017 19:16

I know this is off topic. You are the most informative and responsive person in this subject area. Please help me if you could:

I am trying to build a 4 node Geth cluster on CentOS. I was following the documentation here:

I'm not able to add any nodes to the cluster. I was able to start the geth process on the node and when I do a admin.nodeInfo, I do get the node details:

    enode: "enode://5b810de07ceabb81cad1cad4cc1a277bfe7eabfd78019095565dcb6243b38be700f38aab55e3c083c991ff227afa0e5665c062466b65912cd3394ad096366894@[::]:30301",
    id: "5b810de07ceabb81cad1cad4cc1a277bfe7eabfd78019095565dcb6243b38be700f38aab55e3c083c991ff227afa0e5665c062466b65912cd3394ad096366894",
    ip: "::",
    listenAddr: "[::]:30301",
    name: "Geth/v1.7.1-unstable-c2d93ded/linux-amd64/go1.8.3",
    ports: {
    discovery: 30301,
    listener: 30301
    protocols: {
    eth: {
    difficulty: 17179869184,
    genesis: "0xd4e56740f876aef8c010b86a40d5f56745a118d0906a34e69aec8c0db1cb8fa3",
    head: "0xd4e56740f876aef8c010b86a40d5f56745a118d0906a34e69aec8c0db1cb8fa3",
    network: 1

But, when I request for "admin.nodeInfo.NodeUrl" I get "undefined"

Also when I try adding the peers I get "true" for all the below commands:


But when I request for "admin.peers" I get "[]".

Can you please help me if you could?

sorry a bit late here now
Chandra Sekhar
Oct 03 2017 21:51

I tried this as well. It doesn't error but I still can't get the peers added even with --bootnodes listed. I have raised this question on few other forums as well. You were the only one to respond :)

Thanks again.