Updating Ether-1 Gateway Nodes

This guide shows how to update Gateway Nodes only. For Masternodes and Service Nodes, see the other guide in this category.

Introduction

To install the latest version of the Ether-1 Gateway Node software, simply run the commands below. Keep monitoring the server for about 15 minutes after the update to make sure all is working properly.

Updating Gateway Nodes

Login/SSH to your VPS server using the ether1node account.

Ubuntu/Debian

mkdir -p /tmp/ether1 && cd /tmp/ether1
rm -rf setupETHOFS.sh && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ether1Project/ether1-node-scripts/master/debian/setupETHOFS.sh
chmod +x setupETHOFS.sh
./setupETHOFS.sh -gatewaynode
sudo journalctl -f -u ether1node -u ipfs -u ethoFS

CentOS/RHEL/Fedora

mkdir -p /tmp/ether1 && cd /tmp/ether1
rm -rf setupETHOFS.sh && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ether1Project/ether1-node-scripts/master/rpm/setupETHOFS.sh
chmod +x setupETHOFS.sh
./setupETHOFS.sh -gatewaynode
sudo journalctl -f -u ether1node -u ipfs -u ethoFS

If the ./setupETHOFS.sh -gatewaynode command fails, try pre-pending the word sudo to it.

You will be asked to input the password for ether1node before some of the commands run

The last command will leave a status window running to show you the output of the Ether-1 Node status. You can stop the output by pressing CTRL+C

Here's what a working Gateway Node looks like

Output for "sudo journalctl -f -u ether1node -u ipfs -u ethoFS"