This repository contains setup examples for Quorum.
Current examples include:
- 7nodes: Starts up a fully-functioning Quorum environment consisting of 7 independent nodes. From this example one can test consensus, privacy, and all the expected functionality of an Ethereum platform.
- 5nodesRTGS: [Note: This links to an external repo which you will need to clone, thanks to @rsarres for this contribution!] Starts up a set of 5 nodes that simulates a Real-time Gross Setlement environment with 3 banks, one regulator (typically a central bank) and an observer that cannot access the private data.
The easiest way to get started with running the examples is to use the vagrant environment (see below).
Important note: Any account/encryption keys contained in this repository are for
demonstration and testing purposes only. Before running a real environment, you should
generate new ones using Geth's
account tool and
This is a complete Vagrant environment containing Quorum, Constellation, and the Quorum examples.
(If you are behind a proxy server, please see https://github.com/jpmorganchase/quorum/issues/23)
git clone https://github.com/jpmorganchase/quorum-examples cd quorum-examples vagrant up # (should take 5 or so minutes) vagrant ssh # Once in the VM environment: cd quorum-examples #then simply follow the instructions for the demo you'd like to run.
(macOS note: If you get an error saying that the ubuntu/xenial64 image doesn't
exist, please run
sudo rm -r /opt/vagrant/embedded/bin/curl. This is usually due to
issues with the version of curl bundled with Vagrant.)
To shut down the Vagrant instance, run
vagrant suspend. To delete it, run
vagrant destroy. To start from scratch, run
vagrant up after destroying the