Connecting a single node to the Mainnet network¶
Full instructions for the node connection to the Mainnet are provided on the Connection of the node to the “Waves Enterprise Mainnet” page.
Create a working directory and place there the
docker-compose.ymlfile. This file you can download from the official Waves Enterprise GitHub page choosing the latest release.
Put the node configuration file named
private_network.conf. You should use the Mainnet configuration file named
mainnet.conffrom the Waves Enterprise GitHub official page. Please, download it and name it as
Run the following command and wait execution results:
docker run --rm -ti -v $(pwd):/config-manager/output/ wavesenterprise/config-manager:v1.2.3
After the platform is deployed, all created passwords and addresses are stored in the
credentials.txt file, which is located in the working directory.
If you have a license file place it in the
working directory/configs/nodes/node-0/licensedirectory, which is creating in the working directory during the node deploy.
Run the command to start the node:
docker-compose up -d node-0
After the container is launched node REST API will be available at
If there are errors, make sure that no other competing containers or programs are running. To display a list of running containers and their status, type
docker ps -a. To stop the selected container, enter
docker stop [myContainer]. To stop all containers, you can enter
docker stop $(docker ps -a -q). The command
docker rm [myContainer] will delete the selected one,
docker rm $(docker images -a -q) will delete all containers.
To stop running node execute the following command: