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Learn how to run the Boba development stack
Note: this is only relevant to developers who wish to work on Boba core services.
Then, make sure you have Docker installed and make sure Docker is running. Finally, build and run the entire stack:
$ cd ops
$ BUILD=1 DAEMON=0 ./up_local.sh
Stack spinup can take 15 minutes or more. There are many interdependent services to bring up with two waves of contract deployment and initialisation. Recommended settings - 10 CPUs, 30 to 40 GB of memory. You can either inspect the Docker
Dashboard>Containers/All>Opsfor the progress of the
ops_deployeror you can run this script to wait for the sequencer to be fully up:
If the command returns with no log output, the sequencer is up. Once the sequencer is up, you can inspect the Docker
Dashboard>Containers/All>Opsfor the progress of
ops_boba_deployeror you can run the following script to wait for all the Boba contracts (e.g. the fast message relay system) to be deployed and up:
When the command returns with
Pass: Found L2 Liquidity Pool contract address, the entire Boba stack has come up correctly.
- Running out of space on your Docker, or having other having hard to debug issues? Try running
docker system prune -a --volumesand then rebuild the images.
- To (re)build individual base services:
docker-compose build -- l2geth
- To (re)build individual Boba services:
docker-compose -f "docker-compose.yml" build -- boba_message-relayer-fastNote: First you will have to comment out various dependencies in
To run unit tests for a specific package:
Make sure you are in the
opsfolder and then run
docker-compose run integration_tests
Expect the full test suite to complete in between 30 minutes to two hours depending on your computer hardware.
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