Contfiguration file

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Hello i have question about some of the options for multichaind specificaly for now the

  -conf=<file>           Specify configuration file (default: multichain.conf)

option. I would like to know if this file has to be local or can i set it up so that the node reads its config file from a remote location. I ask this because i want to run some tests to see how asset insertion speed is affected on a large number of asset inserts into 1 chain on multiple nodes at once. So when i change 1 parameter i need to make sure its changed across all nodes which means i have to manually overwrite it on every node. Making all nodes read their conf parameters from one node would simplify my life by a lot during testing.
asked Mar 11, 2016 by SlobodanMargetic
edited Mar 11, 2016 by SlobodanMargetic

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I'm afraid it has to be local, but you could always set up a script using wget or curl to pull it remotely before running multichaind. However you should note that any blockchain parameters are automatically propagated between nodes together with the blockchain's contents.

answered Mar 11, 2016 by MultiChain