Running a local Fuel node connected to Testnet using P2P but instantly crash

I just followed the tutorial to run a local Fuel node connected to test net using P2P.

The command I used :
fuel-core run
–service-name myTest
–keypair {mykey}
–relayer https://eth-sepolia.g.alchemy.com/v2/ot35XLJze47zpBU6l8H09b4sR3FlU8-i
–ip 0.0.0.0 --port 4000 --peering-port 30333
–db-path ~/.fuel_beta5
–chain ./chainConfig.json
–utxo-validation --poa-instant false --enable-p2p
–min-gas-price 1 --max-block-size 18874368 --max-transmit-size 18874368
–reserved-nodes /dns4/p2p-beta-5.fuel.network/tcp/30333/p2p/16Uiu2HAmSMqLSibvGCvg8EFLrpnmrXw1GZ2ADX3U2c9ttQSvFtZX,/dns4/p2p-beta-5.fuel.network/tcp/30334/p2p/16Uiu2HAmVUHZ3Yimoh4fBbFqAb3AC4QR1cyo8bUF4qyi8eiUjpVP
–sync-header-batch-size 100
–enable-relayer
–relayer-v2-listening-contracts 0x557c5cE22F877d975C2cB13D0a961a182d740fD5
–relayer-da-deploy-height 4867877
–relayer-log-page-size 2000

I have replaced {mykey} with the secret key generated by
“fuel-core-keygen new --key-type peering”, but it crashed instantly.

Here are logs I got:

Can someone provide me some clues to resolve this or is this a known issue?

Thanks a lot !

Hi,

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Got it ! thanks for your reply

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