ipfs@ip-172-31-23-26:/home/ubuntu$ ipfs name resolve QmVe6PexAuq2gZuzq7mpaKQy2dxPsNPQhjuM7iH9dLwuR9
However when I try to load
ipfs resolve -r /ipns/QmVe6PexAuq2gZuzq7mpaKQy2dxPsNPQhjuM7iH9dLwuR9: Could not resolve name.
Are you running a local daemon? This may be relevant:
both the cli, http api, and java api are failing to resolve my ipns name and it has been working fine for a week straight up until last night.
Have deleted my ipfs folder and reinitialized with ipfs init and still the new ipns hash cannot be resolved.
Any ideas on what may be going on or what I can do about it?
When you call
ipfs name resolve on the same machine on which you published the record, you’re probably just looking at a local copy of it.
I still don’t understand what should I do for making IPNS hash resolving at remote gateway?
ipfs resolve -r /ipns/webui.ipfs.io/: could not resolve name got similar problem , when I trying to pin some photo from website then I get only that error. How to resolve it . I have IPFS Desktop and plugin for Brave
This is not something that would be resolvable. This DNS record does not exist. Where did you read that this would resolve to something?
It’s resolvable. There must have been a DNS glitch somewhere. This is the standard way to use the latest WebUI.
so … how I suppose to repair if not resolve all the problems with pinning ? every time when trying to pin a site or image got something like I wrote earlier
So, there was indeed a dnssimple outage.