Guide for running the Taraxa Node with Docker on Scaleway
You can use the following link:
NOTE: We will use default project to create Taraxa nodes.
You can create api keys on this page:
Make a note of that key. We will use it in the next step.
Then you can download and run the node creation script using this command:
bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Taraxa-project/taraxa-ops/master/scripts/one-click-Scaleway.sh)"
Now you should see a new droplet in your Scaleway account.
NOTE: It takes a few minutes after the droplet starts to install the Taraxa Node software.
Where is the SSH key?
- If you have added a SSH public key to your default project via Scaleway console page, the script will use it.
- If you haven't set a public key, the script will generate a new SSH key. You can find the new public key and private key in this directory:
~/.ssh/.ls -al .ssh/ | grep "taraxa"
Next, you can login your instance.
You can use the following commands to check if the node is up and running:
sudo docker ps
sudo docker logs -f taraxa_compose_node_1