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There is no direct tool to confirm if your node is functioning properly. You can use tezos-node config show to verify the running config before starting. Watch (ie: read) the output when the node starts as it will tell you if RPC is listening and on what port. Use this site: https://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/ to determine if the P2P port, 9732 is ...


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Flextesa's mini-net has an option --add-external-peer-port to allow other nodes. It has been used to test 1 node joining the sandbox (incl. as a baker → in order to test Kiln). I don't know of any attempt to make larger networks but it's worth a try.


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The docker implementation with tezos is bad. https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos/-/issues/548 It does not allow for many configuration parameters to be customized, and hard-codes many parameters too. For your specific case, this can be solved by using an external mountpoint as the storage for the node like this: -v /opt/tezos/node_data:/var/run/node/data Start ...


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