Monitoring is a crucial part of any blockchain infrastructure operation, due to their critical uptime requirement. This is especially the case for nodes operating on the Pocket network, where consumers require the on-demand use of the decentralised nodes’ API services.
Follow this guide to install PANIC for Cosmos on a VM separate to your Pocket nodes: PANIC — Installing an Emergency Notification System for your Cosmos Validator
To properly monitor Pocket nodes, due to the network’s relatively high block times (15 minutes), compared to other Tendermint based chains (on average around 6–7s block time), we must change PANIC’s internal config. …
PANIC for Oasis is a lightweight yet powerful open source monitoring and alerting solution for Oasis nodes by Simply VC. The tool was built with user friendliness in mind, without excluding cool and useful features like phone calls for critical alerts and Telegram commands for increased control over your alerter.
What we’ll need:
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install python3.6 -y
$ sudo apt-get install python3-pip -y
$ sudo pip3 install…
Latest update: May 2020
This guide will go through the basic commands that cGLD holders will need to run on the Celo network. This will allow interaction with the Celo Protocol and manage Celo Gold holdings.
If you haven’t already, check out our Step-By-Step cGLD Ledger Tutorial.
The official CeloCLI documentation can be found here: Introduction — Celo Docs.
The CeloCLI tool must be set to interact with a synced Celo node to be able to transact and query for blockchain data. …