p2pAddress: This specifies a host and port to which Artemis will bind for
my-corda-node, but rather
::(all addresses on all network interfaces). The
rpcAddress: The address to which Artemis will bind for RPC calls.
webAddress: The address the webserver should bind. Note that the port must be
rpcAddressif they are on the same
additional-node-infosdirectory from where the node will pick them up and store them in its local network map cache. The node generates its own node-info file on startup.
node.conffile for each node you want to create. Then run the following command:
java -jar network-bootstrapper.jar <nodes-root-dir>
additional-node-infosdirectory. A simple way to do this is to use rsync. However, if it’s known beforehand the set of nodes that will eventually the node folders can be pregenerated in the bootstrap and only started when needed.
Contractclasses. By default the tool would generate a file named
whitelist.txtcontaining an entry for each contract with the hash of the jar.
whitelist.txtfile in the root dir already, the tool will append the new jar hashes or contracts to it.
exclude_whitelist.txt, which contains a list of contracts that should not be whitelisted, and thus default to the very restrictive:
Node started up and registered, indicating that the node is fully started.