If You Node You Node
Hello, I am having trouble connecting brownie to my local node. Although it seems to be connected, when I try to fetch a contract from the explorer it tells me there is no contract found...
ContractNotFound: No contract deployed at 0xC02aaA39b223FE8D0A0e5C4F27eAD9083C756Cc2
This is the WETH contract. Works fine when I use infura. One thing to note, my consensus node is still syncing, but the execution node says it is synced.
I found the project and documentation at eth-docker.net to be super useful here for running an ETH2 node using docker. After struggling with trying to get independent docker images running for geth and lighthouse - and trying to run directly on Ubuntu through native ppm resources - I found this all-in-one solution works incredibly well. Well documented. Comes with Grafana built in for monitoring performance and sync.
Just don't forget to move your docker volume location to a large SSD for performant and voluminous storage - don't let it fill up /var/lib!
NOTE: I don't work for this company, I have no affiliation with eth-docker.net - just a hobbyist with a red spot on his head from banging it into a wall for days trying to get a node running smoothly, saved by this package of containers to run an ETH2 node!
Hope this helps...
Can I use ARM devices to run a node with the same perf than a classic pc if Ì'm connected in ethernet ?
Will a node setup in this way continue to work after the merge?
How do I install this on windows?
here you don't run validator as required 32 eth ?