snapshot


description: Catch the latest block faster by using our daily snapshots.

Snapshot

KYVE
KYVE

Snapshots allows a new node to join the network by recovering application state from a backup file. Snapshot contains compressed copy of chain data directory. To keep backup files as small as plausible, snapshot server is periodically beeing state-synced.

Snapshots are taken automatically every 12 hours

pruning: 107/0/13 | indexer: null | version tag: v1.4.0

BLOCKAGEDOWNLOAD

6393543

9 hours

Instructions

Quick setup

One liner to get moving quickly

sudo systemctl stop kyved
cp $HOME/.kyve/data/priv_validator_state.json $HOME/.kyve/priv_validator_state.json.backup
rm -rf $HOME/.kyve/data
curl -L https://snapshots.lavenderfive.com/snapshots/kyve/kyve_6393543.tar.lz4 | tar -Ilz4 -xf - -C $HOME/.kyve
mv $HOME/.kyve/priv_validator_state.json.backup $HOME/.kyve/data/priv_validator_state.json
sudo systemctl start kyved && sudo journalctl -u kyved -f --no-hostname -o cat

Stop kyved and reset the data

sudo systemctl stop kyved
cp $HOME/.kyve/data/priv_validator_state.json $HOME/.kyve/priv_validator_state.json.backup
rm -rf $HOME/.kyve/data

Download latest snapshot

curl -L https://snapshots.lavenderfive.com/snapshots/kyve/kyve_6393543.tar.lz4 | tar -Ilz4 -xf - -C $HOME/.kyve
mv $HOME/.kyve/priv_validator_state.json.backup $HOME/.kyve/data/priv_validator_state.json

Restart kyved and check the log

sudo systemctl start kyved && sudo journalctl -u kyved -f --no-hostname -o cat

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