If you’re running a standalone instance, you may run into a problem where the cryoSPARC worker processes try to lookup the master hostname quite often- this often raises flags for sys admins when they notice that a machine is trying to look itself up.
If you run
tcpdump on your net 64 interface:
tcpdump -n -i <interface> port 53
You should see a bunch of lines showing the machine is trying to look up its own name. This indicates that the hostname of the machine might not be listed in its
/etc/hosts file. To fix this, with
sudo, edit the
To confirm which address the processes are trying to lookup, find the
CRYOSPARC_MASTER_HOSTNAME line after running
cryosparcm status. Add this alias to the
/etc/hosts/ file (example below).
Add your machine’s aliases next to the
127.0.0.1 localhost cryosparcserver