📄️ Using State Sync for Quick Bootstraping
The State Sync is a way to quickly bootstrap a full Oasis node (either a validator node or a non-validator node) by using Tendermint's Light Client protocol. It allows one to initialize a node from a trusted height, its corresponding block's header and a trusted validator set (given in the genesis document). It does so by securely updating the node's trusted state by requesting and verifying a minimal set of data from the network's full nodes.
📄️ Copy State from One Node to the Other
A network that's been running for some time can accrue significant amount of state. This means bootstraping a new Oasis Node would take quite some time and resources (bandwidth, CPU) since it would need to fetch (download) and validate (replay) all the blocks from the genesis height onwards.
📄️ Install Oasis Remote Signer Binary
You only need to install the Oasis Remote Signer binary if you intend to configure your Oasis node with a remote signer setup.
📄️ Using Ledger-backed Consensus Key with a Remote Signer
This guide will describe how you can set up your validator node with a detached consensus key stored on a Ledger wallet connected via Oasis Core's Remote Signer.