A Developer’s Guide To Running A Bitcoin Full Node And Local Block Explorer
Recently I have installed bitcoind on my local machine, was running it in testnet for a while, and was interested how can I monitor it’s state (last block, if the node in sync with blockchain, what load on server it creates, etc.) besides making calls via bitcoin-cli manually but using some web UI instead. I found some open source tools to do that, for example this one – [**https://github.com/jlopp/statoshi**](https://github.com/jlopp/statoshi), which uses grafana to display data in graphs.
Do you know other ways to monitor state of the node in more graceful manner (without all cli commands)?
Thanks in advance!
Hello! I just created an ethereum node on AWS and i currently have it running on the ec2 instance using parity based on this tutorial: [https://medium.com/coinmonks/run-an-ethereum-node-on-aws-for-free-afca27f253ed](https://medium.com/coinmonks/run-an-ethereum-node-on-aws-for-free-afca27f253ed)
Is there a way i can visualize the UI of this node? Just loading its public DNS throws me an error stating the webpage does not exist.
I am pretty new to this and someone please help me out.