I’d like to know if the block in
blocks/ can easily be retraced back to its original IPFS address.
I have pinned a website (www.bzarg.com/p/how-a-kalman-filter-works-in-pictures) which I previously added to IPFS:
$ ipfs pin add QmdLSyPnQLiVk1wy91tZvhVfqbFbD7zSCuRtC51Z9yeY8E
Now I search for its blocks using
grep on a specific key phrase in the website:
$ grep -r 'What can we do with a Kalman filter?' $IPFS_PATH /media/c/ipfs/blocks/WN/CIQFFZSHMIPQ7E32O3JAFHRWBBGANG5FQ33R3ACS72ZMJEM5PZBSWNI.data:<h1>What can we do with a Kalman filter?</h1>
I get a hit, some IPLD object with the name
Is there a simple way to get the content that sharded into this object? Specifically, I’d like to get the original IPFS address,
QmdLSyPnQLiVk1wy91tZvhVfqbFbD7zSCuRtC51Z9yeY8E which corresponds to the content.