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Version: 3.2

Nodeos

Introduction

nodeos is the core service daemon that runs on every Antelope node. It can be configured to process smart contracts, validate transactions, produce blocks containing valid transactions, and confirm blocks to record them on the blockchain.

Installation

nodeos is distributed as part of the Antelope software suite. To install nodeos, visit the Antelope Software Installation section.

Explore

Navigate the sections below to configure and use nodeos.

  • Usage - Configuring and using nodeos, node setups/environments.
  • Plugins - Using plugins, plugin options, mandatory vs. optional.
  • Replays - Replaying the chain from a snapshot or a blocks.log file.
  • RPC APIs - Remote Procedure Call API reference for plugin HTTP endpoints.
  • Logging - Logging config/usage, loggers, appenders, logging levels.
  • Concepts - nodeos concepts, explainers, implementation aspects.
  • Troubleshooting - Common nodeos troubleshooting questions.
Access Node

A local or remote Antelope access node running nodeos is required for a client application or smart contract to interact with the blockchain.