Ubiq: Upgrading your Ubiq Node with Supervisor
In the command line, type —sudo apt-get install supervisorsudo touch /etc/supervisor/conf.d/gubiq.confsudo nano /etc/supervisor/conf.d/gubiq.confThe blank gubiq.conf file will open. In the open file, type —[program:gubiq] command=/usr/bin/gubiq --verbosity 3 --rpc --rpcaddr “127.0.0.1” --rpcport “8588” --rpcapi “eth,net,web3” --maxpeers 100\" user=TYPE*YOUR*NODE*USERNAME*HERE autostart=true autorestart=true stderr_logfile=/var/log/gubiq.err.log stdout_logfile=/var/log/gubiq.out.logCtrl X, then Y to save and closeNow we will remove the gubiq.sh file that we no longer need.sudo logoutLog in as your node userIf you’re using normal Raspbian with Desktop, type —cd ~/DesktopIf you’re using Raspbian Lite it will be in the root directory, type —cdsudo rm -r gubiq.shsudo nano /etc/rc.localRemove the line that reads;su — username -c /home/username/Desktop/gubiq.shCtrl X, then Y to save and closesudo rebootOnce your Raspberry Pi reboots, log in as your node user once again, and run htop. If you see the familiar gubiq processes running then you can be sure that the new configuration is working properly.The command screen -x gubiq will no longer work to observe node sync progress. Assuming that you are already synced with blockchain and listed on the Ubiq Network Stats page you may not have much need for this feature any longer.However, if you would like to monitor gubiq directly as blocks arrive, you can use the follwing method.cd /var/logtail -f gubiq.err.logThis will display the familiar block information. You can Ctrl + C to exit back to the command prompt.
Original article was created by: Ubiq at blog.ubiqsmart.comDisclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency or ICO.
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