IOTA Hornet node Installation (2)
The full article was originally published by Phylo on Medium. Read the full article here.
IOTA Hornet Node Installation
a step by step guide for beginners (Part 2) — managing your node
I hope you found the first part of the guide useful in which i explained you the basic setup of an IOTA Node using Nuriels playbook script on a VPS, and you should now already have a fully working IOTA Hornet node connected to some peers and processing transactions. The first part of the guide:
Managing your Hornet Node with HORC
Now its time to learn a bit more how you can use and manage functions of the node, how to update the node software and how to handle problems and errors should they appear.
To manage the basic functionality of the node Nuriel has implemented a command line tool that will help you to do basic functions without typing in code… exactly as we like it to be as non developers. To access this tool we need to connect to the operation system of our node using the secure SSH login method with the Putty-tool. So please open Putty. Clicking on the ‘saved session’ that you created before and the “load” button will load the connection configuration to access the operation system of your node on your VPS server.