Run a RPC Archive Node
Running an archive node is usefull if you want query the blockchain on your local network, most likely because you're developing a dApp that needs to have unlimited requests, to constantly parse the blockchain or to get all the history of blocks to make statistics. For example to build a bridge or an arbitrage bot.
Using Docker
Install docker with Linux: wget -qO- https://get.docker.com/ | sh

For Karura

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docker run -d --restart=always -p 30333:30333 -p 9933:9933 -p 9944:9944 \
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-v /root/acala-node:/acala/data acala/karura-node:latest \
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--chain karura --execution=wasm --pruning=archive
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For Acala (Coming Soon)

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docker run -d --restart=always -p 30333:30333 -p 9933:9933 -p 9944:9944 \
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-v /root/acala-node:/acala/data acala/acala-node:latest \
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--chain acala --execution=wasm --pruning=archive
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You can look at those flags in detail in the Node Command Line Argument page

Watching for New Releases

Node runners needs to watch Acala's repository for new releases (and only upgrade for client release).
Please join our Discord Server and watch the #📢┃announcement channel under the NODE OPERATOR category to be alerted when mandatory updates are announced.
Contact us for an invite to the private #tech-support channel
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