New to running a node, my first and only node for the moment has been running well, I used the following article and the commands listed to create the docker container and get it started up:
setup(linux): Storage Node - Node Operator
I did not know at the time the string for -p 127.0.0.1:14002:14002 would limit accessing the web panel, I can get to the CLI panel just fine, but would like to skip connecting to the node and just use my browser to see how the little guy is doing so I would like to change the above string to be -p 14002:14002 instead per this doc:
dashboard: docs storj site/node/setup/cli/dashboard
( sorry, cant post more than 2 links being a n00b )
While researching I read it is possible to change the values of a running node by stopping the container, removing it and then rerun it using the wanted values per this article:
In the setup guide, the first link, it states “The setup step must be performed only once. If a node has already been set up, running with the SETUP flag will result in failure.”
Just to make sure I do this right and do not cause issues, is it correct if I stop the container and rm it per the doc above, then do I issue the running the node commands without 127.0.0.1 as listed in the first article or do I need to run the setup commands first, but without the SETUP flag? I know from reading to leave the storj data folder alone and just update the container which is what I am aiming for, just change the container values, just want to make sure i dont goof anything up in the process.