Recently I started to see this error appear randomly when hitting out Graph Indexer directly, which in turn would have been impacting any requests coming through the Graph decentralised Gateway service. Looking at the query_node_0 logs I could see that the outages coincided with the following logs Thankfull Marc-André from Ellipfra and Payne from StakeSquid… Continue reading Graph Indexer “Store error: database unavailable”
I’m running a small cloud based server as a redundency server for The Graph indexing. When setting it up I initially under estimated the amount of diskspace that would be required to maintain an index of four different subgraphs, and ended up running out of room. To fix the issue, I purchased another volume for… Continue reading Running out of disk space with Docker
When you go through the steps for running matchstick on the github instructions I ran into issues. Specifically I was getting the following error: Thankfully the Graph Discord is an incredibly helpful resource and learned that you need to rebuild the docker environment using the –platform linux/x86_64 flag. See below…. Now that is built, you… Continue reading Running matchstick for testing The Graph on Mac M1
In this post we go through the steps required to get a Graph Node up and running using Docker and Hetzner hosting. This is based on the instructions from Stake Squid and their GitHub repository https://github.com/StakeSquid/graphprotocol-testnet-docker. I suggest you start with that tutorial, however I will also cover off any issues I had while following… Continue reading Setting up a Graph Node
A look at the full set of XCOPY Saint Less pieces.
Start off by logging onto your server using SSH. Create a directory to store the cache files Change the ownership of that folder so that the NGINX user can access it Open the NGINX configuration file You need to set two directives, the proxy_cache_path (which lives in a different configuration file as outlined below) which… Continue reading Adding a cache layer to NGINX Reverse Proxy
Now that you’ve invested in some NFT art you’re likely going to want to view or show off your art. Below is an ongoing list of options you have to showcase you’re art Lazy 3d OnCyber Rare Rooms
I have a plan. I’m keen to use the data from the NASA Habex (Habitable Exoplanet Observatory) to group planets that are considered to be in the habitable zone (or sometimes referred to as the Goldilocks zone, not to cold, not too hot). The data from these discoveries could then be visualised in a 3d… Continue reading NFT Generative Planets