1

i try to running solana in local my environment with help of solana-test-validator and its running in local environment absolute fine.

but i have some doubt it create its own genesis config with default keypair

after that i try to running solana with my own genesis config data

here it is :

./target/release/solana-genesis
--bootstrap-stake-authorized-pubkey ./test-ledger/validator-keypair.json
--bootstrap-validator ./test-ledger/validator-keypair.json
./test-ledger/vote-account-keypair.json
./test-ledger/stake-account-keypair.json
--bootstrap-validator-lamports 500000000000
--bootstrap-validator-stake-lamports 10000000000
--cluster-type mainnet-beta
--faucet-lamports 999999999999999
--faucet-pubkey ./test-ledger/faucet-keypair.json \ --fee-burn-percentage 50
--hashes-per-tick sleep
--inflation none
--lamports-per-byte-year 200
--ledger test-ledger
--rent-burn-percentage 10
--rent-exemption-threshold 1
--slots-per-epoch 100
--target-signatures-per-slot 1
--target-tick-duration 100
--ticks-per-slot 3
--vote-commission-percentage 10
--max-genesis-archive-unpacked-size 10485760

and run this config by this binary file

./target/release/solana-validator --identity test-ledger/validator-keypair.json --ledger test-ledger --log test-ledger/log.log --no-voting --full-rpc-api --authorized-voter ./test-ledger/validator-keypair.json --vote-account test-ledger/vote-account-keypair.json run

but by this method chain is not running in stable condition i always a get error

"[0m[38;5;8m[[0m2024-03-17T13:57:36.800193000Z [0m[1m[31mERROR[0m solana_core::replay_stage[0m[38;5;8m][0m 3CcE56AXBZgXykmoyaA44emWo2EDgjAnWE6XNhPmEEMY No next leader found"

any solution to run solana chain in my local system with my own config

1 Answer 1

0

I'm not 100% sure about this, but try removing the --no-voting flag when you run the validator.

The error says "No next leader found", which makes sense because the only possible leader, the bootstrap node, isn't voting.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service and acknowledge you have read our privacy policy.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.