This doc is about the Docker container named “flowee/hub”.
The Hub is the main clearing house between the evil and unpredictable outside world and your internal network. We don’t trust the outside world, but we can trust the data that the Hub gives us thanks to the innovation of Satoshi Nakamoto and Bitcoin Cash.
Starting the Hub requires at least 1 volume. This volume will gather around 200GB of data, so be aware of this.
docker volume create flowee_hub_data docker run -d -v flowee_hub_data:/data -p 1235:1235 flowee/hub
Separate blocks and main data
The Hub prefers SSD based storage on /data. To keep space-usage on that volume down, you can optionally also provide a volume on /blocks, which can be HHD (slower). The blocks will take approx 200GB, the rest will be approx 15GB.
In the next example a second mapping will be made from your hosts
/mnt/ssd/flowee directory directly into the docker volume. Change this to
map to your fast-storage location.
docker volume create flowee_hub_data docker run -d -v flowee_hub_data:/blocks -v /mnt/ssd/flowee:/data -p 1235:1235 flowee/hub
Available options (env-vars)
Allows you to choose other networks, options are
The content of the ‘cookie’ password file. Please note that this is for the old style RPC, not Flowee’s APIs. If you attempt to use this, you should probably also port forward the relevant RPC port. This is 8332 or 18332 for testnet.
Allows you to change the log-level. Recognized options are