Enabling the fio-wallet is only necessary if you are using fio-wallet to manage your user's keys.
Most users won't need to run the fio-wallet service, as a system-controlled daemon running under apparmor confinement, but may opt to run it as a dynamically launched daemon when using
clio wallet commands.
fio-wallet daemon at boot time, running under the
fio account, and to start the daemon:
sudo systemctl enable fio-wallet sudo systemctl start fio-wallet
When running under systemctl, the wallet files will be located in
/var/lib/fio/fio-wallet/fio-wallet (the location can be changed in
/var/lib/fio/fio-wallet/config.ini. Note that when starting via systemctl apparmor will confine the daemon, possibly causing problems with file permissions.)
Some users might rely on fio-wallet to store a large number of keys. Although this is not recommended, some specific settings might be necessary when launching a node:
When dynamically launched via clio commands the wallet will default to
For more information refer to the fio-wallet overview.
Updated 3 months ago