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Development environment setup (v6)
How to setup a local and shared development environment
These setup instructions for DKGv6 are "Work in progress" and are subject to change. The development team expects to introduce improvements of setting up the DKGv6 node in local environment in the future.
Need any assistance with node setup? Join the DKGv6 Discord chat and find help within the OriginTrail tech community!

Quick Start

Prerequisites

  • This instructions are made for MacOS and Linux
  • An installed and running GraphDB
    • In order to download GraphDB, please visit their official website and fill out a form. Installation files will be provided to you via email.
  • An installed and running MySQL
    • You need to create empty table named operationaldb inside MySQL
  • You should have installed npm and Node.js (v14)

Installation steps

Step 1 - Get the DKG code by cloning the repo and checking out the proper branch

git clone https://github.com/OriginTrail/ot-node
cd ot-node
git checkout v6/develop

Step 2 - Install dependencies

npm install
Step 3 - Create .env file the ot-node root folder and add public and private keys for blockchain:
NODE_ENV=development
PUBLIC_KEY=<insert_here>
PRIVATE_KEY=<insert_here>
OriginTrail v6 development node is running on Polygon Mumbai (testnet) network and it is currently not requiring any test TRAC tokens. Make sure that the wallet you are using in your configuration file is funded with test MATIC tokens.

Polygon Mumbai MATIC faucet: https://faucet.polygon.technology/​

Step 5 - Run DB migrations:

npx sequelize --config=./config/sequelizeConfig.js db:migrate
Step 6 - Start OriginTrail v6 node In order to start the node, execute the following command:
node index.js
Successfully started

Running multiple nodes in local

If you managed to setup one node to function properly, then you can proceed and run the local network setup script to have multiple nodes running in local environment.
Running this command you will start a network with 4 nodes in local environment:
bash tools/local-network-setup/setup-macos-environment.sh
Running this command you can specify how many nodes you want to start:
bash tools/local-network-setup/setup-macos-environment.sh --nodes=10

Running nodes on testnet

For a shared development environment, we recommend deploying DKG testnet nodes on the beta testnet - instructions can be found here.