We’ve updated yesterday to Odyssey-v3.2.2. This new release brings various Optimization of the Tron node software.
The most important for me are:
- that it provides the RPC and HTTP interface services of the SolidityNode on the FullNode.
- Asynchronous writing that significantly improves the performance of the FullNode and SolidityNode sync block.
For our dual nodes this greatly improve processing the block speed. We have also deployed one additional node in the network.
Version 2.0 – 04.03.2019
Hello fellow TRON enthusiasts. Dorian here with a new article about how to cheat a bit to speedup the tron sync time for your full nodes. As solodity functions are now provided by Full nodes the below guide has been updated. A full sync takes maybe close to a month for a Full node if you start from zero.
The good news are that the TRON foundation makes backups of the output directories every couple of hours publicly available [HERE].
The size has almost doubled in 5 month since the guide was first written.
You can follow Part 1 and Part 2 of our guide to compile the jar files that you need. Then as an intermediate step you will go to the backup directory and download the files.
The Guide has been updated as content and namic conventions have changed
Old Version naming
FullNode-latest-output-directory.tgz 24-Nov-2018 18:16 21G .. SolidityNode-latest-output-directory.tgz 24-Nov-2018 19:01 40G
New version naming
FullNode-7188305-3.2.4-output-directory.tgz 04-Mar-2019 04:12 93G .. FullNode-latest-output-directory.tgz 04-Mar-2019 10:13 93G
You can use wget to get them, then untar, then move then into the proper folder (Ex. FullNode)
wget https://backups.trongrid.io/FullNode-latest-output-directory.tgz tar -xzvf FullNode-latest-output-directory.tgz mv output-directory FullNode
You can also do a chown just to make sure that the user has all needed rights on the files
sudo chown -R user:user /home/user/FullNode
Expected time for archive download and untar is around 30 Minutes – 2 hours (depends on your connection speed and peering).
1. You need to sync a single node.
Just download the archive, untar and start the node software.
2. You need to sync more than one node.
a) Download the archive on the first, untar and sync until it’s up to date.
b) Stop the Tron Java process and scp the entire directory to the other nodes.
c) edit/modify config files and start the java tron process. it will sync the delta’s since it was stopped.
On the 27th of October 2018 I’ve held a product demo about Backing up a TRON Masternode at “Angajatori de Top”, one of the biggest job fairs in Romania. While announcing the event in the Tron Discord channel, I received requests for a presentation or white paper.
Today I’m happy to announce that the promised white paper is ready. You can get it as a PDF file from here:
TRON Disaster Recovery Orchestration whitepaper
Hello and welcome to our community site.
It’s July 2018, the Tron Main Net has launched a couple of weeks ago. I see a chance to bring my own contribution. Stay tuned for some exciting news as I plan to go “all in”.
The Virtual Data Center deployment has the highest priority. I checked the posts of other SR candidates and try to scrap all info I can find. Resource usage for the nodes is not much now, that the network has just launched and there are no transactions, however it will grow in the future.
I had to take a decision as I am at a crossroad that will define the future, either rent resources in the cloud, as everyone does, or build my own and invest gradually as needed. My choice if in favor of the second. On the long run I will be able to build easier and scale as needed. Even if it’s not cheap, it will also allow me to learn new exciting stuff and keep my skills sharp.