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Baldur to Heimdall
Moving your node from Baldur to Heimdall testnets
If you were running a validator node on the Baldur testnet, and need to move it to the new heimdall testnet, follow the steps below;
In the odin-testnet-public-tools/ folder, update your repo by running
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git pull
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Start the node with the atart script. It will download the new docker image, start it, and even sets up port forwarding rules on the host for you.
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cd node && ./start.sh
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Verify the node is running. This command, and the next one, assume you have already set the odin alias.
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odin status
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Import your wallet and set the keyring password
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odin keys add NAME_OF_YOUR_WALLET --recover
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You will nees to run a create validator transaction. Check to make sure your variables are still populated. If they are not, or are incorrext, update them now;
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echo $ADDRESS && echo $MONIKER && echo $CHAIN
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Set your STAKE variable with your desired amount of loki.
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export STAKE=10000000loki
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Pass the variables on to your docker container;
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docker exec -e STAKE=$STAKE -e ADDRESS=$ADDRESS -e MONIKER=$MONIKER -e CHAIN=$CHAIN -it node /bin/bash
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Finally, you will run your create validator transaction;
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bandd tx staking create-validator \
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--amount $STAKE \
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--commission-max-change-rate 0.01 \
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--commission-max-rate 0.2 \
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--commission-rate 0.1 \
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--from $ADDRESS \
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--min-self-delegation 1 \
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--moniker $MONIKER \
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--pubkey $(bandd tendermint show-validator) \
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--chain-id $CHAIN \
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--node http://34.77.171.169:26657
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You should now be able to see your node in odin web, or with query commands.
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