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this is my first time to use parity, so if i just type parity -d \abc to sync in the folder named abc. and should I type it again the next time I use the rpc service with parity? if not, will it sync again in default folder?

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you should be keep your -d option or add config yml to your path. example below:

parity --config=/config/parity.toml

in parity.toml, you can config data path as your satisfied way.you can generate this config file by this tools: https://paritytech.github.io/parity-config-generator/

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