Despite using a snapshot, my node is currently at block number 6000 which means it will takes ages to sync to the latest block.
There’s probably a configuration issue and many things happening under the hood that I don’t understand.
For starters, what does the
state_history_plugin bring to the table? (Link to doc at the end of this message). I don’t really understand so any layman explanation would be very welcome.
Our configuration file
config.ini uses this plugin along with
filter-on settings. From what I gather we only need information related to our accounts, not the whole blockchain.
Here’s the command used to start the node:
exec nodeos \ --disable-replay-opts \ -d /node/data \ --config-dir /node/config \ --snapshot $SNAPSHOT_BIN
And essentially config.ini
plugin = eosio::chain_api_plugin plugin = eosio::state_history_plugin plugin = eosio::chain_plugin plugin = eosio::http_plugin plugin = eosio::net_plugin plugin = eosio::net_api_plugin filter-on = someaddress:transfer: