Troubleshooting

Panic: SGX_ERROR_NO_DEVICE: Initialize Node Seed Failed

If you get this, generally your server has restarted erroneously. In order to fix it and get secret-node running again, you must reinstall sgx and reload the aesm.service. Source Discord conversation.
  1. 1.
    sudo bash sgx
  2. 2.
    Restart the aesmd.service
systemctl restart aesmd && journalctl -fu aesmd
aesmd.service
4. Restart secret-node.service
systemctl restart secret-node && journalctl -fu secret-node
Expected Output

Blocks Aren't Being Produced

If you aren't seeing any blocks being produced, that likely means you don't have any active peers. To solve this:
  1. 1.
    Add seed nodes
sed -i.bak -e "s/^seeds *=.*/seeds = \"[email protected]om:26656,[email protected]om:26656,[email protected]om:26656\"/" $HOME/.secretd/config/config.toml
2. Restart secret-node
systemctl restart secret-node && journalctl -fu secret-node
You'll be tempted to add persistent_peers as well, but unless you have control over the peers, DO NOT add them. Peers change frequently and interfere with the built-in network peering protocol.