If you built the application locally then the entry point will be located in:
Log files by default are located in:
Database by default is located in:
Static nodes are a pre-configured array of nodes you can trust. They can be defined with a simple
static-nodes.json file containing a list of
enodes separated with comma.
["enode://c1c3a604950119f82d78189792b73f5a96bd09017c77465e3c32fc51c1d758a9a[email protected]127.0.0.1:30303","enode://2784b947df025df9911875e68ccfcb0627ad4ae1dfb9f77634435692e8626508d[email protected]127.0.0.1:30303"]
static-nodes.json file is stored in
Data/ folder included in Nethermind packages. Path to
static-nodes file can be configured via
You can change the level of logging in file and in the console by choosing one of the levels (Error, Warn, Info, Debug, Trace):
<logger name="*" minlevel="Info" writeTo="file-async"/><logger name="*" minlevel="Info" writeTo="auto-colored-console-async"/>
More detailed NLog configuration can be found here.
Logging level can be controlled in
NLog.config file located in:
NLog.config file is supplied with the package and can be found in extraction directory.
NLog.config file is located at
/nethermind/NLog.config path inside the docker container. The volume can be then mapped with a simple command: