SHARE
TWEET

Untitled

a guest Apr 27th, 2018 88 Never
Not a member of Pastebin yet? Sign Up, it unlocks many cool features!
  1. [Application Options]
  2.  
  3. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. ; Data settings
  5. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  6.  
  7. ; The directory to store data such as the block chain and peer addresses.  The
  8. ; block chain takes several GB, so this location must have a lot of free space.
  9. ; The default is ~/.dcrd/data on POSIX OSes, $LOCALAPPDATA/Dcrd/data on Windows,
  10. ; ~/Library/Application Support/Dcrd/data on Mac OS, and $homed/dcrd/data on
  11. ; Plan9.  Environment variables are expanded so they may be used.  NOTE: Windows
  12. ; environment variables are typically %VARIABLE%, but they must be accessed with
  13. ; $VARIABLE here.  Also, ~ is expanded to $LOCALAPPDATA on Windows.
  14. ; datadir=~/.dcrd/data
  15.  
  16.  
  17. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  18. ; Network settings
  19. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  20.  
  21. ; Use testnet.
  22. ; testnet=1
  23.  
  24. ; Use simnet.
  25. ; simnet=1
  26.  
  27. ; Connect via a SOCKS5 proxy.  NOTE: Specifying a proxy will disable listening
  28. ; for incoming connections unless listen addresses are provided via the 'listen'
  29. ; option.
  30. ; proxy=127.0.0.1:9050
  31. ; proxyuser=
  32. ; proxypass=
  33.  
  34. ; The SOCKS5 proxy above is assumed to be Tor (https://www.torproject.org).
  35. ; If the proxy  is not tor the the following my be used to prevent using
  36. ; tor specific SOCKS queries to lookup addresses (this increases anonymity when
  37. ; tor is used by preventing your IP being leaked via DNS).
  38. ; noonion=1
  39.  
  40. ; Use an alternative proxy to connect to .onion addresses. The proxy is assumed
  41. ; to be a Tor node. Non .onion addresses will be contacted with the main proxy
  42. ; or without a proxy if none is set.
  43. ; onion=127.0.0.1:9051
  44. ; onionuser=
  45. ; onionpass=
  46.  
  47. ; Enable Tor stream isolation by randomizing proxy user credentials resulting in
  48. ; Tor creating a new circuit for each connection.  This makes it more difficult
  49. ; to correlate connections.
  50. ; torisolation=1
  51.  
  52. ; Use Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) to automatically open the listen port
  53. ; and obtain the external IP address from supported devices.  NOTE: This option
  54. ; will have no effect if exernal IP addresses are specified.
  55. ; upnp=1
  56.  
  57. ; Specify the external IP addresses your node is listening on.  One address per
  58. ; line.  dcrd will not contact 3rd-party sites to obtain external ip addresses.
  59. ; This means if you are behind NAT, your node will not be able to advertise a
  60. ; reachable address unless you specify it here or enable the 'upnp' option (and
  61. ; have a supported device).
  62. ; externalip=1.2.3.4
  63. ; externalip=2002::1234
  64.  
  65. ; ******************************************************************************
  66. ; Summary of 'addpeer' versus 'connect'.
  67. ;
  68. ; Only one of the following two options, 'addpeer' and 'connect', may be
  69. ; specified.  Both allow you to specify peers that you want to stay connected
  70. ; with, but the behavior is slightly different.  By default, dcrd will query DNS
  71. ; to find peers to connect to, so unless you have a specific reason such as
  72. ; those described below, you probably won't need to modify anything here.
  73. ;
  74. ; 'addpeer' does not prevent connections to other peers discovered from
  75. ; the peers you are connected to and also lets the remote peers know you are
  76. ; available so they can notify other peers they can to connect to you.  This
  77. ; option might be useful if you are having problems finding a node for some
  78. ; reason (perhaps due to a firewall).
  79. ;
  80. ; 'connect', on the other hand, will ONLY connect to the specified peers and
  81. ; no others.  It also disables listening (unless you explicitly set listen
  82. ; addresses via the 'listen' option) and DNS seeding, so you will not be
  83. ; advertised as an available peer to the peers you connect to and won't accept
  84. ; connections from any other peers.  So, the 'connect' option effectively allows
  85. ; you to only connect to "trusted" peers.
  86. ; ******************************************************************************
  87.  
  88. ; Add persistent peers to connect to as desired.  One peer per line.
  89. ; You may specify each IP address with or without a port.  The default port will
  90. ; be added automatically if one is not specified here.
  91. ; addpeer=192.168.1.1
  92. ; addpeer=10.0.0.2:9108
  93. ; addpeer=fe80::1
  94. ; addpeer=[fe80::2]:9108
  95.  
  96. ; Add persistent peers that you ONLY want to connect to as desired.  One peer
  97. ; per line.  You may specify each IP address with or without a port.  The
  98. ; default port will be added automatically if one is not specified here.
  99. ; NOTE: Specifying this option has other side effects as described above in
  100. ; the 'addpeer' versus 'connect' summary section.
  101. ; connect=192.168.1.1
  102. ; connect=10.0.0.2:9108
  103. ; connect=fe80::1
  104. ; connect=[fe80::2]:9108
  105.  
  106. ; Maximum number of inbound and outbound peers.
  107. ; maxpeers=8
  108.  
  109. ; Disable banning of misbehaving peers.
  110. ; nobanning=1
  111.  
  112. ; Maximum allowed ban score before disconnecting and banning misbehaving peers.
  113. ; banthreshold=100
  114.  
  115. ; How long to ban misbehaving peers. Valid time units are {s, m, h}.
  116. ; Minimum 1s.
  117. ; banduration=24h
  118. ; banduration=11h30m15s
  119.  
  120. ; Add whitelisted IP networks and IPs. Connected peers whose IP matches a
  121. ; whitelist will not have their ban score increased.
  122. ; whitelist=127.0.0.1
  123. ; whitelist=::1
  124. ; whitelist=192.168.0.0/24
  125. ; whitelist=fd00::/16
  126.  
  127. ; Disable DNS seeding for peers.  By default, when dcrd starts, it will use
  128. ; DNS to query for available peers to connect with.
  129. ; nodnsseed=1
  130.  
  131. ; Specify the interfaces to listen on.  One listen address per line.
  132. ; NOTE: The default port is modified by some options such as 'testnet', so it is
  133. ; recommended to not specify a port and allow a proper default to be chosen
  134. ; unless you have a specific reason to do otherwise.
  135. ; All interfaces on default port (this is the default):
  136. ;  listen=
  137. ; All ipv4 interfaces on default port:
  138. ;  listen=0.0.0.0
  139. ; All ipv6 interfaces on default port:
  140. ;   listen=::
  141. ; All interfaces on port 9108:
  142. ;   listen=:9108
  143. ; All ipv4 interfaces on port 9108:
  144. ;   listen=0.0.0.0:9108
  145. ; All ipv6 interfaces on port 9108:
  146. ;   listen=[::]:9108
  147. ; Only ipv4 localhost on port 9108:
  148. ;   listen=127.0.0.1:9108
  149. ; Only ipv6 localhost on port 9108:
  150. ;   listen=[::1]:9108
  151. ; Only ipv4 localhost on non-standard port 8336:
  152. ;   listen=127.0.0.1:8336
  153. ; All interfaces on non-standard port 8336:
  154. ;   listen=:8336
  155. ; All ipv4 interfaces on non-standard port 8336:
  156. ;   listen=0.0.0.0:8336
  157. ; All ipv6 interfaces on non-standard port 8336:
  158. ;   listen=[::]:8336
  159.  
  160. ; Disable listening for incoming connections.  This will override all listeners.
  161. ; nolisten=1
  162.  
  163. ; Disable peer bloom filtering.  See BIP0111.
  164. ; nopeerbloomfilters=1
  165.  
  166.  
  167. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  168. ; RPC server options - The following options control the built-in RPC server
  169. ; which is used to control and query information from a running dcrd process.
  170. ;
  171. ; NOTE: The RPC server is disabled by default if no rpcuser or rpcpass is
  172. ; specified.
  173. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  174.  
  175. ; Secure the RPC API by specifying the username and password.  You must specify
  176. ; both or the RPC server will be disabled.
  177. rpcuser=lucas-eokoe
  178. rpcpass=Wtvs5lMPqACQJ89HN4A/MrZxhjS7/ZCq
  179.  
  180. ; Specify the interfaces for the RPC server listen on.  One listen address per
  181. ; line.  NOTE: The default port is modified by some options such as 'testnet',
  182. ; so it is recommended to not specify a port and allow a proper default to be
  183. ; chosen unless you have a specific reason to do otherwise.  By default, the
  184. ; RPC server will only listen on localhost for IPv4 and IPv6.
  185. ; All interfaces on default port:
  186. ;   rpclisten=
  187. ; All ipv4 interfaces on default port:
  188. ;   rpclisten=0.0.0.0
  189. ; All ipv6 interfaces on default port:
  190. ;   rpclisten=::
  191. ; All interfaces on port 9109:
  192. ;   rpclisten=:9109
  193. ; All ipv4 interfaces on port 9109:
  194. ;   rpclisten=0.0.0.0:9109
  195. ; All ipv6 interfaces on port 9109:
  196. ;   rpclisten=[::]:9109
  197. ; Only ipv4 localhost on port 9109:
  198. ;   rpclisten=127.0.0.1:9109
  199. ; Only ipv6 localhost on port 9109:
  200. ;   rpclisten=[::1]:9109
  201. ; Only ipv4 localhost on non-standard port 8337:
  202. ;   rpclisten=127.0.0.1:8337
  203. ; All interfaces on non-standard port 8337:
  204. ;   rpclisten=:8337
  205. ; All ipv4 interfaces on non-standard port 8337:
  206. ;   rpclisten=0.0.0.0:8337
  207. ; All ipv6 interfaces on non-standard port 8337:
  208. ;   rpclisten=[::]:8337
  209.  
  210. ; Specify the maximum number of concurrent RPC clients for standard connections.
  211. ; rpcmaxclients=10
  212.  
  213. ; Specify the maximum number of concurrent RPC websocket clients.
  214. ; rpcmaxwebsockets=25
  215.  
  216. ; Use the following setting to disable the RPC server even if the rpcuser and
  217. ; rpcpass are specified above.  This allows one to quickly disable the RPC
  218. ; server without having to remove credentials from the config file.
  219. ; norpc=1
  220.  
  221.  
  222.  
  223. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  224. ; Mempool Settings - The following options
  225. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  226.  
  227. ; Set the minimum transaction fee to be considered a non-zero fee,
  228. ; minrelaytxfee=0.01
  229.  
  230. ; Rate-limit free transactions to the value 15 * 1000 bytes per
  231. ; minute.
  232. ; limitfreerelay=15
  233.  
  234. ; Require high priority for relaying free or low-fee transactions.
  235. ; norelaypriority=0
  236.  
  237. ; Limit orphan transaction pool to 1000 transactions.
  238. ; maxorphantx=1000
  239.  
  240. ; Do not accept transactions from remote peers.
  241. ; blocksonly=1
  242.  
  243. ; Relay non-standard transactions regardless of default network settings.
  244. ; relaynonstd=1
  245.  
  246. ; Reject non-standard transactions regardless of default network settings.
  247. ; rejectnonstd=1
  248.  
  249.  
  250. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  251. ; Optional Transaction Indexes
  252. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  253.  
  254. ; Delete the entire address index on start up, then exit.
  255. ; dropaddrindex=0
  256.  
  257.  
  258. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  259. ; Optional Indexes
  260. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  261.  
  262. ; Build and maintain a full hash-based transaction index which makes all
  263. ; transactions available via the getrawtransaction RPC.
  264. ; txindex=1
  265.  
  266. ; Build and maintain a full address-based transaction index which makes the
  267. ; searchrawtransactions RPC available.
  268. ; addrindex=1
  269.  
  270.  
  271. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  272. ; Signature Verification Cache
  273. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  274.  
  275. ; Limit the signature cache to a max of 50000 entries.
  276. ; sigcachemaxsize=50000
  277.  
  278.  
  279. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  280. ; Coin Generation (Mining) Settings - The following options control the
  281. ; generation of block templates used by external mining applications through RPC
  282. ; calls as well as the built-in CPU miner (if enabled).
  283. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  284.  
  285. ; Enable built-in CPU mining.
  286. ;
  287. ; NOTE: This is typically only useful for testing purposes such as testnet or
  288. ; simnet since the difficutly on mainnet is far too high for CPU mining to be
  289. ; worth your while.
  290. ; generate=false
  291.  
  292. ; Add addresses to pay mined blocks to for CPU mining and the block templates
  293. ; generated for the getwork RPC as desired.  One address per line.
  294. ; miningaddr=youraddress
  295. ; miningaddr=youraddress2
  296. ; miningaddr=youraddress3
  297.  
  298. ; Specify the minimum block size in bytes to create.  By default, only
  299. ; transactions which have enough fees or a high enough priority will be included
  300. ; in generated block templates.  Specifying a minimum block size will instead
  301. ; attempt to fill generated block templates up with transactions until it is at
  302. ; least the specified number of bytes.
  303. ; blockminsize=0
  304.  
  305. ; Specify the maximum block size in bytes to create.  This value will be limited
  306. ; to the consensus limit if it is larger than this value.
  307. ; blockmaxsize=750000
  308.  
  309. ; Specify the size in bytes of the high-priority/low-fee area when creating a
  310. ; block.  Transactions which consist of large amounts, old inputs, and small
  311. ; sizes have the highest priority.  One consequence of this is that as low-fee
  312. ; or free transactions age, they raise in priority thereby making them more
  313. ; likely to be included in this section of a new block.  This value is limited
  314. ; by the blackmaxsize option and will be limited as needed.
  315. ; blockprioritysize=50000
  316.  
  317.  
  318. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  319. ; Debug
  320. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  321.  
  322. ; Debug logging level.
  323. ; Valid levels are {trace, debug, info, warn, error, critical}
  324. ; You may also specify <subsystem>=<level>,<subsystem2>=<level>,... to set
  325. ; log level for individual subsystems.  Use dcrd --debuglevel=show to list
  326. ; available subsystems.
  327. ; debuglevel=info
  328.  
  329. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  330. ; Profile - enable the HTTP profiler
  331. ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  332.  
  333. ; The profile server will be disabled if this option is not specified.  Profile
  334. ; information can be accessed at http://ipaddr:<profileport>/debug/pprof once
  335. ; running.  Note that the IP address will default to 127.0.0.1 if an IP address
  336. ; is not specified, so that the profiler is not accessible on the network.
  337. ; Listen on selected port on localhost only:
  338. ;   profile=6061
  339. ; Listen on selected port on all network interfaces:
  340. ;   profile=:6061
  341. ; Listen on single network ipv4 interface:
  342. ;   profile=192.168.1.123:6061
  343. ; Listen on ipv6 loopback interface:
  344. ;   profile=[::1]:6061
RAW Paste Data
We use cookies for various purposes including analytics. By continuing to use Pastebin, you agree to our use of cookies as described in the Cookies Policy. OK, I Understand
 
Top