cheqd-nodeddaemon as a
HOMEdirectory of the user that initiates installation.
cheqdwith home directory set to
/home/cheqd. This allows node operators to keep sysadmin / standard users separate from the service user. Home directory can be changed by passing a variable called
CHEQD_HOME_DIRbefore executing installation.
cheqd-nodeconfiguration data in segregated from userspace home directories, the installer creates new application data directories and symbolic links.
syslog:cheqd(set by rsyslog)
CHEQD_LOG_DIRbefore executing the installation proceess.
rsyslogis configured to redirect logs from the
cheqd-nodedaemon to the log directory defined above.
stdout.logfile is set to 100 MB, after which the log file is compressed and stored separately. The
stdout.logfile then continues with storing newer log entries.
logrotate.timerservice to rotate logs.
cheqd-nodebinary run as a
cheqd-nodewhen it has been installed using the Debian package release, execute the following (with
sudoor as the