fuel-core
cargo install fuel-core

fuel-core

Rust full node implementation of the Fuel v2 protocol.

by FuelLabs

0.9.4 (see all)License:BUSL-1.1
cargo install fuel-core
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Fuel Client

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Fuel client implementation.

Contributing

If you are interested in contributing to Fuel, see our CONTRIBUTING.md guidelines for coding standards and review process.

Building

System Requirements

There are several system requirements including clang.

MacOS
brew update
brew install cmake
Debian
apt update
apt install -y cmake pkg-config build-essential git clang libclang-dev
Arch
pacman -Syu --needed --noconfirm cmake gcc pkgconf git clang

Building

We recommend using xtask to build fuel-core:

cargo xtask build

This will run cargo build as well as any other custom build processes we have such as re-generating a GraphQL schema for the client.

Running

The service can listen to an arbitrary socket, as specified in the help command:

$ ./target/debug/fuel-core --help
fuel-core 0.1.0

USAGE:
    fuel-core [OPTIONS]

FLAGS:
    -h, --help       Prints help information
    -V, --version    Prints version information

OPTIONS:
        --ip <ip>              [default: 127.0.0.1]
        --port <port>          [default: 4000]
        --db-path <file path>  [default: None]

Example

$ ./target/debug/fuel-core --ip 127.0.0.1 --port 4000
Jul 12 23:28:47.238  INFO fuel_core: Binding GraphQL provider to 127.0.0.1:4000

Troubleshooting

If you encounter an error such as

thread 'main' panicked at 'unable to open database: DatabaseError(Error { message: "Invalid argument: Column families not opened: column-11, column-10, column-9, column-8, column-7, column-6, column-5, column-4, column-3, column-2, column-1, column-0" })', fuel-core/src/main.rs:23:66

Clear your local database using: rm -rf ~/.fuel/db

Log level

The service relies on the environment variable RUST_LOG. For more information, check the EnvFilter examples crate.

Human logging can be disabled with the environment variable HUMAN_LOGGING=false

Docker & Kubernetes

# Create Docker Image
docker build -t fuel-core . -f deployment/Dockerfile

# Delete Docker Image
docker image rm fuel-core

# Create Kubernetes Volume, Deployment & Service
kubectl create -f deployment/fuel-core.yml

# Delete Kubernetes Volume, Deployment & Service
kubectl delete -f deployment/fuel-core.yml

GraphQL service

The client functionality is available through a service endpoint that expect GraphQL queries.

Transaction executor

The transaction executor currently performs instant block production. Changes are persisted to RocksDB by default.

  • Service endpoint: /graphql
  • Schema (available after building): fuel-client/assets/schema.sdl

The service expects a mutation defined as submit that receives a Transaction in hex encoded binary format, as specified here.

cURL example

This example will execute a script that represents the following sequence of ASM:

ADDI(0x10, REG_ZERO, 0xca),
ADDI(0x11, REG_ZERO, 0xba),
LOG(0x10, 0x11, REG_ZERO, REG_ZERO),
RET(REG_ONE),
$ cargo run --bin fuel-gql-cli -- transaction submit \
"{\"Script\":{\"byte_price\":0,\"gas_price\":0,\"gas_limit\":1000000,\"maturity\":0,\"script\":[80,64,0,202,80,68,0,186,51,65,16,0,36,4,0,0],\"script_data\":[],\"inputs\":[],\"outputs\":[],\"witnesses\":[],\"receipts_root\":\"0x6114142d12e0f58cfb8c72c270cd0535944fb1ba763dce83c17e882c482224a2\"}}"

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