Update rippled

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Automatic Update on CentOS/Red Hat

Automatic rippled updates can be enabled with a one-time Cron configuration:

  1. Check that /opt/ripple/bin/update-rippled.sh exists. If it does not, update manually.

  2. Install crond:

    $ sudo yum install cronie
    
  3. Open the crontab file for editing

    $ sudo crontab -e
    
  4. Add the following to the crontab file. Be sure to add a blank line at the end of the file.

    RANDOM_DELAY=59
    0 * * * * /opt/ripple/bin/update-rippled.sh
    

The script updates the installed rippled package within an hour of each new release.

Manual Update on CentOS/Red Hat

Run the following commands to update to the latest release of rippled:

    $ sudo rpm -Uvh --replacepkgs https://mirrors.ripple.com/ripple-repo-el7.rpm
    $ sudo yum update --enablerepo=ripple-stable rippled
    $ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    $ sudo service rippled restart

Manual Update on Ubuntu

Run the following commands to update to the latest release of rippled:

    $ sudo rpm -Uvh --replacepkgs https://mirrors.ripple.com/ripple-repo-el7.rpm
    $ yumdownloader --enablerepo=ripple-stable --releasever=el7 rippled
    $ rpm -K rippled*.rpm
    $ sudo alien -i --scripts rippled*.rpm
    $ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    $ sudo service rippled restart