Node migration after Testnet reset#

The following contains information about how to migrate your node after Testnet reset depending on your platform.

Windows#

To update the Windows node you need to delete the existing testnet database and install and run the new node. The steps are:

  1. Stop the existing testnet node following instructions on how to upgrade a node.

  2. Delete the testnet node’s data directory folder. This was selected during node installation. By default it will be <CommonAppDataFolder>\Concordium\Node Runner\testnet\data where <CommonAppDataFolder> is usually C:\ProgramData.

  3. Download the Testnet Windows Installer package

  4. Install the new node version and start it.

MacOS#

To update the macOS node you need to delete the existing testnet database and install and run the new node. The steps are:

  1. Stop the existing testnet node by running the Concordium Node Stop Testnet application.

  2. Navigate to the testnet node’s data directory at /Library/Application Support/Concordium Node/Testnet/Data.

  3. Delete the directory named database-v4.

  4. Download the Testnet macOS installer package

  5. Install the new node version and start it.

Ubuntu#

To update Ubuntu, you need to download and intall the new version.

Download the Testnet Debian package

  • SHA256 checksum of the download: 35c668769576e32d94f53b3c167b16ad7c74425737932f9b9f2837ea35fe3641

Docker#

To update a Docker node, you need to download the full suite for running a node on Linux using Docker. The suite contains Concordium Node, Concordium Client and cargo-concordium.

To upgrade from the previous testnet you should

  1. Stop the existing node using the concordium-node-stop tool.

  2. Delete the existing database. The database is located in ~/.local/share/concordium/database-v4. Delete this directory.

  3. Start the new node.

Download the Testnet suite for Linux

  • SHA256 checksum of the download: f914336abd4143f17beacbeb8f53af775cbbbf29258f40af2ef35fbdc613b8e1