Recommended: set up monitoring for your node
Things break. Make sure you know when so you can fix them. Check out this Community Guide for monitoring Elrond.
Optional: check is auto-update is configured correctly
Run the following command and check its output:
The default output would be:
* * * *
/bin/bash -c /home/<yourusername>/elrond-go-scripts-v2/auto-updater.sh
0 * * * * /bin/bash -c '/home/
/elrond-go-scripts-v2/script.sh github_pull' > /dev/null 2>&1
Try running the auto updater yourself, to make sure all is fine. Make sure to replace
cd ~/bin/bash -c /home/<yourusername>/elrond-go-scripts-v2/auto-updater.sh
Now check for the output by opening this file:
cd ~cat autoupdate.status
A successful output would look like:
Wed Dec 4 13:21:23 UTC 2019
Your current version is: v1.0.48–0-gae5a3d74/go1.13.4/linux-amd64
Latest tag from github: v1.0.48
Nothing to do here… you are on the latest tag !
Optional: register your node with our community-created BoN monitor Telegram bot
It will help you to get relevant notifications and stats directly into Telegram. You can find it here or by typing @BoNmonitorbot into Telegram.