This guide will explain how to install the
terracli entrypoints onto your system. With these installed on a server, you can participate in the latest testnet as either a Full Node or a Validator.
Hardware requirements for running a node:
CPU cores: 2 or more
Storage: 128G or more
Network Bandwidth: 2.5 ~ 5Mbps (more traffic can be used while syncing up)
go by following the official docs.
NOTE: Before installing
terraclibinaries, let's add the golang binaries to your
PATHvariable. Open your
$HOME/go/binto your PATH variable (i.e.
Next, let's install the latest version of Terra Core. Here we'll use the
master branch, which contains the latest stable release. If necessary, make sure you
git checkout the correct released version.
git clone https://github.com/terra-project/core/git checkout mastermake
NOTE: If you have issues at this step, please check that you have the latest stable version of GO installed.
That will install the
terracli binaries. Verify that everything is OK:
$ terrad version --long$ terracli version --long
terracli for instance should output something similar to:
terra-money: 0.2.1git commit: 1fba7308fa226e971964cd6baad9527d4b51d9fcvendor hash: 1aec7edfad9888a967b3e9063e42f66b28f447e6build tags: netgo ledgergo version go1.12.1 linux/amd64
Build tags indicate special features that have been enabled in the binary.
Name resolution will use pure Go code
Ledger devices are supported (hardware wallets)