Running a constellation node
Details on how to run a ledger node are here.
The following compiler flags run the constellation in various modes.
-lanes: how many lanes to use.
-slices: how many slices to use.
-block-interval: block interval in milliseconds.
-standalone: signal the network to run in standalone mode.
-private-network: signal the network to run as part of a private network.
-db-prefix: database prefix.
-port: starting port for ledger services.
-peers: comma separated list of addresses for initial connection.
-external: global IP address or hostname for the node.
-config: path to the manifest configuration.
-max-peers: maximum number of peers to connect to.
-transient-peers: random number of peers given in answer to peer requests.
-peers-update-cycle-ms: speed of peer updates in milliseconds.
-disable-signing: disable signing of all network messages.
-bootstrap: signal to connect to the bootstrap server.
-discoverable: signal that node can be advertised on the bootstrap server.
-host-name: hostname or identifier for the node.
-network: name of the bootstrap network to connect to.
-token: the authentication token to talk to bootstrap.
-processor-threads: number of processor threads.
-verifier-threads: number of verifier threads.
-executors: number of transaction executors.
-experimental: comma separated list of experimental features to enable.