The binary installation offers an easy and automated approach to set up Lisk Core.
To complete the installation some prerequisites need to be fulfilled. If you have already performed these, please proceed to the Installation chapter.
This section details how to install Lisk Core using pre-built application packages. Once completed, you will have a functioning node on the Lisk Network.
Download Lisk Core:
curl -o lisk-core.tar.gz https://downloads.lisk.com/lisk/mainnet/3.0.2/lisk-core-v3.0.2-linux-x64.tar.gz
curl -o lisk-core.tar.gz https://downloads.lisk.com/lisk/mainnet/3.0.2/lisk-core-v3.0.2-darwin-x64.tar.gz
curl -o lisk-core.tar.gz https://downloads.lisk.com/lisk/testnet/3.0.2/lisk-core-v3.0.2-linux-x64.tar.gz
curl -o lisk-core.tar.gz https://downloads.lisk.com/lisk/testnet/3.0.2/lisk-core-v3.0.2-darwin-x64.tar.gz
Unpack it, and add it to the system path, in order to use it in the terminal:
tar -xf ./lisk-core.tar.gz cd lisk-core ./bin/lisk-core
You can make the
See https://opensource.com/article/17/6/set-path-linux for more information
It is recommended to use a process manager like PM2 to run Lisk Core in the background.
Check the guide Process management with pm2 for more information.
It is recommended to set up a log rotation, because the log of Lisk Core files can grow very big over time.
Check the guide Managing logs in the SDK docs for more information.