/buildsof our Github repository.
/.shell/nodeInfo.cmdto fit your node's information. You can simply right-click it, and open it with your standard text editor or IDE you like to use. You will see the fields below, which you might have to change:
:: NodeIdentity= Sets your node's identity or name.
:: RPCIP= Used to configure your RPC IP, we recommend you to leave it as 0.0.0.0.
:: GlobalPort= Main port used by your node to communicate with the blockchain.
:: HTTPPort= Port used by users to connect to your RPC via HTTP.
:: WSPort= Port used by users to connect to your RPC via WebSocket.
:: CorsDomain= Domain(s) allowed to connect to your RPC. Use '*' to allow all.
:: DataDir= Directory where the blockchain data will be stored.
:: Coinbase= Wallet address to receive the block sealing rewards.
:: RemoteRPC= The remote RPC address to use with the RPC console
nova-node-manager.exein the root directory, and find and click on the 'Start' option in the main menu (Node > Start Node). We have taken care of all the boring and hard stuff, so your node should start automatically. If successful, in the end, you will see the main blockchain dashboard on a separate window. Note that if you close this terminal, your blockchain will stop.
admin.addPeer("ENODE_HERE")in the console, replacing 'ENODE_HERE' with the enode key you were given. You can check if your peer has been added successfully by typing the command
admin.peersafter you have added it. If successful, it should return the peer information, and if unsuccessful it will return
ValidMatt. To change it you will use the command
miner.setExtra("ValidNAME"), replacing 'NAME' with your own string.
miner.start(1). Note that we strongly recommend you using the '(1)' to ensure the process uses the least possible resources from your machine. Leaving it blank or increasing this number might result in a lot instability, drain of resources, and failures to your machine, and not necessarily more rewards.