Use Lotus with systemd



Lotus is capable of running as a systemd service daemon. You can find installable service files for systemd in the lotus repo scripts directory as files with .service extension. In order to install these service files, you can copy these .service files to the default systemd service path.



Installing via make



NOTE: Before using lotus and lotus-miner as systemd services, don't forget to sudo make install to ensure the binaries are accessible by the root user.



If your host uses the default systemd service path, it can be installed with sudo make install-services:



$ sudo make install-services



Interacting with service logs



Logs from the services can be reviewed using journalctl.



Follow logs from a specific service unit



$ sudo journalctl -u lotus-daemon -f



View logs in reverse order



$ sudo journalctl -u lotus-miner -r