I’m facing a brand-new issue right now.
I’m hosting https://crazynoiisybizarre.town, and some users from several instances reported me that they can’t follow users from my instance. The opposite is possible tho.
The instance I know that can’t follow us : https://mastodon.social, https://mstdn.gnous.eu
I have searched the logs, but I can’t found a thing about that (or maybe I don’t know what to search).
Do you have any idea ?
I’m in contact with @Madeorsk from https://aleph.land, who can’t follow @email@example.com from his instance.
He gave me some log about that error : hastebin
As you can see line 19, there is an error about webfinger, but… I don’t know what to do next…
I hope this detail can be useful !
After some testing, this bug affect all my users except one : @Dhveszak@crazynoisybizarre.town who has id=1.
I have recently set up another instance on the same server, and at start I forgot to set a different REDIS_NAMESPACE for both instances… Maybe this is related ?
How can I “clean” Redis ?
EDIT2: Something related to IPv6 seems more acurate.
Is this rather
If yes, then you accept connections on IPv4.
You also have an IPv6 address:
crazynoisybizarre.town. 14286 IN AAAA 2001:41d0:2:98b9:1:1:1:1
But this address cannot be reached:
> ping6 crazynoisybizarre.town
PING6(56=40+8+8 bytes) 2a01:4f8:a0:7383::9999:0 --> 2001:41d0:2:98b9:1:1:1:1
--- crazynoisybizarre.town ping6 statistics ---
3 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss
> nc -v -6 crazynoisybizarre.town 44343
nc: connect to crazynoisybizarre.town port 443 (tcp) failed: Operation timed out
Is this IPv6 address correct at all? I’d double check this - and make sure the machine has real IPv6 connectivity.
Also watch out for typos!