I've got an `error: couldn't connect to server` by doing `multichain-cli -datadir=xxxxx -port=xxx -rpcport=xxx getinfo`.
I've read http://www.multichain.com/qa/1181/error-couldnt-connect-to-server this Q&A, but the most different thing is that I have all the nodes on the same server, by the way I saw in another Q&A. (so I am connecting to a local address&port)
My `ps -x | grep multichain` looks like this;
19976 ? SLsl 4:34 multichaind test_coin -datadir=/home/me/.multichain/administer -rpcport=47047 -port=60098 -daemon
22441 ? SLsl 1:13 multichaind test_coin -datadir=/home/me/.multichain/node2 -rpcport=49875 -port=43441 -daemon
26075 ? SLsl 0:01 multichaind email@example.com:60098 -datadir=/home/me/.multichain/the_new_node -rpcport=55386 -port=36831 -daemon
So there were 2 nodes already, and it seems I successfully added the third one, it gave me "you need to be granted" messages and I did from the administer node. But the third node could not connect to the server.
The administer node and the second node can communicate well. I can send assets between each other.
This thing sometimes happen. What can be the reason, and how can I work around?
One information I can provide is that I had my server shutdown yesterday, I started that again, and then added the third node. Of course, I restarted the administer node beforehand. The admin/second nodes communicates after the server restart.