nethermind/src/Netherminddirectory and run the build command.
.txtfile containing a hexadecimal “secret” that will be passed to each .
"/tmp/jwtsecret"will be the file path and name when created.
--configis the config file for the network you want to connect to. For example, to run a node for the kiln testnet use
nethermind/src/Netherminddirectory. From there you will need to run the following commands
Nethermind.Launcherwhich is a simple GUI with options to configure your node, or the
Nethermind.Runnerwhere you can configure your node by hand.
Nethermind.Launcherare in to run Nethermind.
-v /home/user/data:/nethermind/datasets local directory we will be storing our data to
nofilelimit by adding the following instruction to docker command
-ulimit nofile=1000000:1000000or you can take a look an alternative solution.
--JsonRpc.JwtSecretFile=PATHwhere PATH is the location of your JWT secret ex.
--datadir datamaps the database, keystore, and logs all at once
--jwt-secrethas the correct path as well or the clients will not be able to communicate.
Unauthorizederrors to ensure the clients are communicating.
engine_exchangeTransitionConfigurationV1 found but the containing module is disabled for the url .......
AdditionalRpcUrlsdoes not include
engine, or the port that you configured the CL client to use is not the same as the port configured in
AdditionalRpcUrls. to solve this follow these steps:
engineamong the allowed modules. e.g :
Error when handling ID 1, engine_exchangeTransitionConfigurationV1