Operators who wish to run node infrastructure on a Casper network, either as a standalone private network, or as part of the public network should explore this section.
Prior knowledge of Unix-based operating systems and proficiency with
bash scripting are recommended. If you are unfamiliar with
systemd, the Arch Linux page on systemd is a good introduction.
Operators should know the hardware requirements before running a node.
Also, the network requirements specify how to open ports and modify the network firewall to which the node is connected. This step is necessary to allow incoming connections, enabling communication among nodes.
|Node Setup||How to set up a Casper node|
|Becoming a Validator||How to join a network and become a validator|
|Private Network Setup||How to set up a private Casper network|
|Maintenance||Topics related to node maintenance|