Hello, first off, I love this OS! Big thank you to all involved. I am having an issue updating the IPFS package.
I cannot use my DappNode while IPFS is on because it starts hogging all of my bandwidth and makes my network unusable after ~5 minutes. I’ve been running my Dapps with IPFS off (and auto updates off) and everything works great but this is obviously unsustainable. I read that the
0.2.13 version of IPFS has a fix to toggle low power mode and reduces bandwidth usage. I am currently running
0.2.12 (v0.7.0 upstream). I’ve tried…
- Toggling the auto updates for the system (with IPFS on) in the DappNode GUI
my.dappnode/#/install/ipfs.dnp.dappnode.eth(which just redirects me to the admin page)
System Up to Date)
- Reinstalling the core packages using
sudo wget -O - https://installer.dappnode.io | sudo UPDATE=true bash- After install, I’m still on
0.2.12(I don’t think the IPFS package downloaded, the IPFS line said
857 --.- KB/S in 0s, but after it said
Recreating DAppNodeCore-ipfs.dnp.dappnode.eth... done.
- I also tried to achieve lowpower mode in IPFS via the JSON config in the IPFS Settings GUI by messing with the
GracePeriodvalues. That didn’t affect the bandwidth takeover.
Any ideas how to force the IPFS package to update? Or any other ideas on how to stop IPFS from taking over my bandwidth so I can turn on auto update? Thanks!