node.js – Prisma Cloud continues to delete my node on my server when I tried to update a model of self-relation

Describe the bug
I have a model that is a self-relation to itself. After creating a node, I tried to update the node's data for itself, but after updating it, the previous node that has a connection to the next node delete this connection to the next node.

it's my model in prisma

type Map {

  id: ID! @id

  name: String! @unique

  total_stage: Int

  native_boss: (Boss!)!

  previous_map: Map @relation(name: "LastMapRelation")

  next_map: Map @relation(name: "NextMapRelation")

  continent: Continent! @relation(link: INLINE)

  obtainable_skills: (Skill!)!

  boss_stages: (BossStruct!)!

  field_stages: (StageStruct!)!
}

Screenshots
Node capture

Above is what the node looks like. The highlighted part is the node connected to another node of the same table that disappears when updating the node underline in green. I've tried to manually update the sandbox prisma cloud database and mute it with the graphql yoga, but both are doing the same thing.

Versions (please fill in the following information):

  • Connector: ( MySQL, MongoDB)

  • Prisma Server: (1.24.0)

  • prisma CLI: (for example prisma/1.24.0 (darwin-x64) node-v10.4.0)

  • OS: (for example Windows 10)

  • other dependencies: prisma-client

Someone has an idea why he does that?

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I'm running the complete bitcoin node in a centralized server. I have many web applications running at various locations. I want to connect this web application with a centralized full bitcoin node. How to install a wallet in this web application server that will be connected to a centralized full bitcoin node. I want to generate addresses, perform transactions and sign transactions independently in these web application servers with the help of a wallet, then send them to the application server. The application server must communicate with the wallet with the help of resting apis. Finally, this transaction must be sent to a centralized bitcoin complete node. How to do that?

No incoming connection on my complete bitcoin node with TOR

Can any one connect to my node running? u3ob433qu3ebkmsu.onion:8333

I am behind a CG-NAT, so I thought that using TOR would solve my problem.

My node worked for hours but no incoming connections.

grep debug.log -e inbound do not return anything.

$ bitcoin-cli getnetworkinfo

{
  "version": 180000,
  "subversion": "/Satoshi:0.18.0/",
  "protocolversion": 70015,
  "localservices": "000000000000040c",
  "localrelay": true,
  "timeoffset": 0,
  "networkactive": true,
  "connections": 10,
  "networks": [
    {
      "name": "ipv4",
      "limited": true,
      "reachable": false,
      "proxy": "127.0.0.1:9050",
      "proxy_randomize_credentials": true
    },
    {
      "name": "ipv6",
      "limited": true,
      "reachable": false,
      "proxy": "127.0.0.1:9050",
      "proxy_randomize_credentials": true
    },
    {
      "name": "onion",
      "limited": false,
      "reachable": true,
      "proxy": "127.0.0.1:9050",
      "proxy_randomize_credentials": true
    }
  ],
  "relayfee": 0.00001000,
  "incrementalfee": 0.00001000,
  "localaddresses": [
    {
      "address": "u3ob433qu3ebkmsu.onion",
      "port": 8333,
      "score": 4
    }
  ],
  "warnings": ""
}

bitcoin.conf

server=1
daemon=1

# RPC
rpcuser=*****
rpcpassword=*******

# TOR
onlynet=onion
proxy=127.0.0.1:9050
bind=127.0.0.1
dnsseed=0
dns=0
addnode=nkf5e6b7pl4jfd4a.onion
addnode=yu7sezmixhmyljn4.onion

# Raspberry Pi optimizations
dbcache=100
maxorphantx=10
maxmempool=50
maxconnections=40
maxuploadtarget=5000
prune=6000

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From approximately 9:00 am in this conference, Erik Demaine explains how to calculate the height of a node in an AVL tree by performing an operation constant time on his children. He then goes on to talk about a general theorem for this model that would store the pitch in constant time.

1) If you know what Erik is talking about, how is pitch stored in constant time?

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I have a private key and I try to create a P2SH address on testnet as my node was created, but they are not identical. Please help me a little, thank you very much.

Private key: c5964e19634e473e9c8fed3b149c4d44b6d62d62724035aad3eb911a1495ae27

P2SH address from 1 threshold and 1 public key:
2N4GriyLchUgwwCBonzYHgsCHNhYRHW45w7

P2WPKH address: 2NGA8uGdnaQ21phNpVyV5uye5cbUtudxBWh || tb1qld2fzw9gj30wxjamsz73fug62das7cyq0em4mn

Node address: 2N8qKVKuR3QAy2cA5fF2QbuCpBGfGCmbUHx

Here are more details of getaddressinfo:

{
    "result": {
        "address": "2N8qKVKuR3QAy2cA5fF2QbuCpBGfGCmbUHx",
        "scriptPubKey": "a914aafc9f09b99cbb1ba46001ec4868ba4fb32543ca87",
        "ismine": true,
        "solvable": true,
        "desc": "sh(wpkh((a1696bdc/0'/0'/375509')02a7065a210c28d27a591e55ac6be092111349fc4b23927bb4d13c46a683bcfff7))#hrgzj3gs",
        "iswatchonly": false,
        "isscript": true,
        "iswitness": false,
        "script": "witness_v0_keyhash",
        "hex": "00146da71bc5de0c0b59bbf73520df7e7d4048d02594",
        "pubkey": "02a7065a210c28d27a591e55ac6be092111349fc4b23927bb4d13c46a683bcfff7",
        "embedded": {
            "isscript": false,
            "iswitness": true,
            "witness_version": 0,
            "witness_program": "6da71bc5de0c0b59bbf73520df7e7d4048d02594",
            "pubkey": "02a7065a210c28d27a591e55ac6be092111349fc4b23927bb4d13c46a683bcfff7",
            "address": "tb1qdkn3h3w7ps94nwlhx5sd7lnagpydqfv5pyqurf",
            "scriptPubKey": "00146da71bc5de0c0b59bbf73520df7e7d4048d02594"
        },
        "label": "test",
        "ischange": false,
        "timestamp": 1561438016,
        "hdkeypath": "m/0'/0'/375509'",
        "hdseedid": "e2e9dd17501f967b789c28c4be1dbf64897ad8d2",
        "hdmasterfingerprint": "a1696bdc",
        "labels": (
            {
                "name": "test",
                "purpose": "receive"
            }
        )
    },
    "error": null,
    "id": 1
}

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