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Launching a node

Basic setup

Fluence node comes in a docker container fluencelabs/fluence. It needs to know its external IP address and be directly available on the network (i.e., no NAT involved).

docker run -p9999:9999 -p7777:7777 fluencelabs/fluence -x $YOUR_EXTERNAL_IP

Managing logs

Logging can be enabled or disabled on a per-scope basis via the RUST_LOG environment variable passed to the container. For example:

docker run -e RUST_LOG="info,particle_server::behaviour=debug" fluencelabs/fluence

Here default log level for everything will be info, and for the particle_server::behaviour scope, it will be set to debug.

Configuration

Configuration file Config.toml placed inside Docker container at /.fluence/Config.toml. Default configuration can be viewed on github.

Path to config file can be set by passing -c /path/to/Config.toml on node run:

docker run fluencelabs/fluence -c /path/to/Config.toml

Directory structure

By default, a Fluence node is configured to store all data inside the /.fluence directory. This is configured in Config.toml like this:

root_key_pair = "./.fluence/secret_key"
services_base_dir = "./.fluence/services"
stepper_base_dir = "./.fluence/stepper"
certificate_dir = "./.fluence/certificates"

Updated 23 days ago

Launching a node


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