A few hours ago I finished testing the new functionality of CVM.
Hi Cardano! On this occasion I wanted to announce the new release of CVM and tell you about the new functionality that will allow us to save much more time installing our own pool.
Now cvm has support for downloading cardano-node builds, these builds are offered by IOHK in every release. Now this is the default behavior so the instructions changed a bit.
Time to prepare the node for the execution of cardano you will have 2 options:
1 - If you want to prepare the node to use only the compiled ones that the IOHK guys offer us, it would be
cvm init. > Average time 25 seconds 2 - If you want to prepare the node to compile each version of cardano you want to install it would be using
cvm init -b. > Average time 1.5 minutes
Now to install cardano-node on our server we also have two options.
1 - If you want to install it using the compilers published by IOHK you just have to run
cvm install 1.35.3. Average time 30 seconds 2 - If what you want is to compile it, then you will need to add the -b option, as in the previous case
cvm install -b 1.35.3. Average time 145 minutes
cvm listcommand was changed to
cvm lssince it is more intuitive.
I am currently working on restructuring cvm outputs, this will allow adding future features that need to use progress bars or some kind of asynchronous indicator.
Any suggestion or issue you have, do not hesitate to leave it on the CVM page on github
That was all for this release. Cheers!.