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February 13, 2019, 02:50:12 PM
Last edit: February 13, 2019, 05:12:03 PM by fillippone
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Hello,
I just setup a Bitcoin Full node on a Raspberry PI3 (Guide in my signature).
I just wanted to monitor statistics of such node with a neat graphical interface.
I was considering Statoshi.info, until realizing it need a special full node software (statoshi itself) to run properly.
Even @loop himself doesn't recommend using Statoshi for actual bitcoin storing, that's why I want to stick with Bitcoin Core.

Do you know any other project where you can use Bitcoin Core as base wallet an attach to this?

I am interested on getting a graph of things such:
1. incoming/outcoming conncection
2. Ram/cpu/disk usage
3. Mempool statistics
4. Transactions statistics.
etc...
any suggestion?
Thanks.


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February 16, 2019, 01:47:09 PM
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check these 3 articles on Medium

https://medium.com/@stadicus/noobs-guide-to-️-lightning️-on-a-raspberry-pi-f0ab7525586e

https://medium.com/@meeDamian/bitcoin-full-node-on-rbp3-revised-88bb7c8ef1d1

https://brettmorrison.com/running-a-bitcoin-lightning-full-node-on-raspberry-pi
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Thanks,
I found some useful information on the welcome screen script of one of those guides!

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