I tried to issue certificates on testnet. It successfully issued certificates before, but it just didn’t work sometimes with the exact same config settings. And I tried a lot of times, it worked occasionally, almost drove me crazy.
- I have enough balance in my address: mhK46hom8wPRKVAdmvnwUeB4vNEayNeagK
- And I set conf.ini files in cert-tools and cert-issuer correctly.
Anyone encountered the same problem before or have ideas on it?
Sometimes, those blockchain explorers can be pretty flaky. Your configs are probably fine, but you might want to try to hit some of those endpoints manually (with curl or maybe a browser) to see what kind of response you’re getting at the moment. I might be missing something, but it’s usually the public blockchain explorers.
Thank you very much!
Could you elaborate a little bit more?
What do you mean
hit some of those endpoints manually
It can be a little bit tough to figure it out from the code, but if you hit, say, the Blockexplorer API directly, it might come back either with a JSON response payload, or with a 404 (or something else). They can flake out sometimes, so if you’re seeing this behavior in cert-issuer, it might be worth checking those sites to see if they’re up.
A testnet example might be https://testnet.blockexplorer.com/api/tx/152239c868ba6ea0357a88dd2fa45048dbc726603930f2c2f1225ca92023e6d9
now it works again for unknown reason