Don’t worry I am with you. I am also sharing just a few GB.
I’m not really expecting it to fill up, but just giving it some space I have anyway. It’s got a whopping 414MB stored atm.
How can we set this up using Docker images?
Is there any tag we should use or just keep using
- Create New identity. You don’t need auth token to sign it.
For windows it would be
./identity.exe create testnode
testnode will be name of the folder and it can be anything. In this way it won’t mix up with your mainnet folder.
- Follow documentation for setting up second node.
- Run the initial docker command to setup files/folders.
docker run --rm -e SETUP="true" --mount type=bind,source="<identity folder>",destination=/app/identity --mount type=bind,source="<testnet data folder>",destination=/app/config --name <containername> storjlabs/storagenode:latest
config.yamlis created from setup 3. Add the 3 lines in the
# if true, uses peer ca whitelist checking server.use-peer-ca-whitelist: false # list of trust sources storage2.trust.sources: 1GGZktUwmMKTwTWNcmGnFJ3n7rjE58QnNcRp98Y23MmbDnVoiU@satellite.qa.storj.io:7777 # server address to check its version against version.server-address: https://version.qa.storj.io
docker runcommand is the same.
docker run -d --restart unless-stopped --stop-timeout 300 -p 14003:14002 -p 28968:28967/tcp -p 28968:28967/udp -e WALLET="ETH address" -e EMAIL="your email" -e ADDRESS="DDNS:28968" -e STORAGE="1TB" --mount type=bind,source="<identity folder>",destination=/app/identity --mount type=bind,source="<testnet data folder>",destination=/app/config --name <containername> storjlabs/storagenode:latest
Remember to replace
<containername> with your name for the container.
Up & running!
I have received zero parts by now, but it’s online
My main question is if we are going to have a separate Docker tag to be able to be up to date with testing releases
Started node a hour ago and 0B of bandwidth but it’s still online
Dont expect much usage for most of the time. As mentioned it is just a testnet
We’re just excited about data we’re not getting paid for, haha.
Joined as well
Twenty characters must I fill
Last few hours we played around with the version control service. We enabled automatic deployment. One thing that we noticed is that the default update interval is 15 minutes. I have reduced it on my node to 5 minutes like so:
Should the test nodes be updated as soon as new version is deployed or does it follow rolling updates like mainnet ?
whats the fun in that, we need to test the testnet
It should follow the testnet versioncontrol service.
How do I go getting more then 50gigs on the test net?