Problem monitoring geth instance

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I've created a private Ethereum network and initialized the geth instance. Now I want to monitor it, So I tried running the following command:

geth monitor --attach /path/to/geth.ipc 

but I am getting this error:

Fatal: Metric pattern trie/cachemiss resolved to unexpected type: string

How to start monitoring geth?

Jan 22 in Blockchain by slayer
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Try the following command:

geth monitor --attach ./chain-data/geth.ipc system/memory/allocs/AvgRate05Min

To monitor geth, geth attach must be started with metrics. So when you use the metrics used in the above command, the error is solved.

answered Jan 22 by Omkar
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