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vapor: Commit

Golang implemented sidechain for Bytom


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Revision080e9b32d37da2fa6e1ae61b866f1479abd2a56d (tree)
Time2019-06-20 16:08:12
AuthorChengcheng Zhang <943420582@qq.c...>
CommiterChengcheng Zhang

Log Message

update from master

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--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -32,19 +32,19 @@ $ make install
3232 Firstly, you need initialize node:
3333
3434 ```
35-$ bytomd init --chain_id=vapor --home <vapor-data-path>
35+$ vapord init --chain_id=vapor --home <vapor-data-path>
3636 ```
3737
3838 For example, you can store vapor data in `$HOME/bytom/vapor`:
3939
4040 ```
41-$ bytomd init --chain_id=vapor --home $HOME/bytom/vapor
41+$ vapord init --chain_id=vapor --home $HOME/bytom/vapor
4242 ```
4343
4444 Then, start your node:
4545
4646 ```
47-$ bytomd node --home <vapor-data-path>
47+$ vapord node --home <vapor-data-path>
4848 ```
4949
5050 ## Running in Docker
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ vapor data directory has three config files:
6868 - `federation.json`
6969 - `node_key.txt`
7070
71-Then you can use bytomd and bytomcli following [Bytom Wiki](https://github.com/Bytom/bytom/wiki/Command-Line-Options).
71+Then you can use vapord and bytomcli following [Bytom Wiki](https://github.com/Bytom/bytom/wiki/Command-Line-Options).
7272
7373 Use `exit` to exit Docker's iterative mode.
7474
@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ Use `exit` to exit Docker's iterative mode.
7777 For example,
7878
7979 ```bash
80-$ docker run -d --net=host -v <vapor/data/directory/on/host/machine>:/root/.vapor vapor:latest bytomd node --web.closed --auth.disable
80+$ docker run -d --net=host -v <vapor/data/directory/on/host/machine>:/root/.vapor vapor:latest vapord node --web.closed --auth.disable
8181 ```
8282
8383 To list the running containners and check their container id, image, corresponding command, created time, status, name and ports being used:
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