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Re: Namestore Issue

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: Namestore Issue
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 12:18:20 +0200
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Are you sure it's a path length issue? We usually have a mechanism to
truncate for this.

gnunet-namestore is NOT expected to create the .sock file. This should
exist already if you started the peer properly. Note that the namestore
service is a per-user service, so you if you are using the multi-user
setup, you are likely are missing the per-user launch of gnunet-arm
(that is, if your peer is running at all).  See

On 6/21/20 6:49 PM, William Dobbs wrote:
> When executing gnunet-namestore for an A or AAAA record, the Unix path
> gnunet-service-namestore.sock <http://gnunet-service-namestore.sock> is
> not created. This is because the warning indicates the path is too long.
> Moreover, there are other system items in that directory.
> util-client-2744

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