Hyperledger Cello Installation

  • Provisioning customizable blockchains instantly (e.g., a 6-node fabric chain using PBFT consensus)
  • Maintaining a pool of running blockchains healthy with no manual operations involved
  • Checking the system’s status, scaling the chain numbers, changing resources, etc. through a dashboard
  • Management of multiple blockchains (e.g., create, delete, and keep health automatically)
  • Nearly instant response, even with hundreds of chains or nodes
  • Support for customized blockchains request (e.g., size, consensus) — currently, there is support for Hyperledger Fabric
  • Support for a native Docker host or a Swarm host as the compute nodes
  • Support for heterogeneous architecture (e.g., z Systems, Power Systems, and x86) from bare-metal servers to virtual machines
  • Extensible with monitoring, logging, and health features through employing additional components
  1. Docker
  2. Docker compose
  3. Git
  4. make
  1. git clone http://gerrit.hyperledger.org/r/cello && cd cello
  2. make setup-master
  3. make start
  4. URL
  1. sudo systemctl stop docker.service
  2. sudo dockerd -H tcp:// -H unix:///var/run/docker.sock — api-cors-header=’*’ — default-ulimit=nofile=8192:16384 — default-ulimit=nproc=8192:16384 -D & (dont kill this terminal)
  3. docker -H Worker_Node_IP:2375 info (test in alternate terminal) eg: docker -H info
  4. make setup-worker
  5. make doc (to create local documents for reference)
  1. https://github.com/hyperledger/cello
  2. https://github.com/hyperledger/cello/tree/master/user-dashboard



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