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I have a geth connection as follows -

geth --datadir ~/blockchain/mybc1 --rpc --rpcaddr "localhost" --rpcport 8545 --unlock "0x0c12901e1ec7f80763cd433e8eca0c837d11a0c1" --rpc --networkid 1234 --rpccorsdomain "*" --rpcapi "eth,net,web3" console 2> consolemybc1.log

I read the docs for parity but I could not find a clear example and there are a lot of options with parity.

How would I convert this into connecting with the parity client aside from changing geth to parity?

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Starting parity

Start up parity, for example:

parity -d /opt/parity --no-ancient-blocks

Attaching to it

Run geth to attach to parity:

geth attach /opt/parity/jsonrpc.ipc
  • I was trying to use a private network, is RPC still specified in the connection string? – Trevor Oakley Apr 12 '18 at 12:55
  • Sure, just use the --chain=<chain> flag to parity. You can specify any of: olympic, frontier, homestead, mainnet, morden, ropsten, classic, expanse, musicoin, testnet, kovan or dev. You probably want dev – norganna Apr 12 '18 at 12:59

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