EDIT: I don’t use this monitoring anymore — it falls down if the node completely crashes, e.g. due to power failure. Instead, I use Amazon CloudWatch agent per instructions here, and some manually created CloudWatch alarms pushing messages to PagerDuty, which altogether costs $1–2 a month but is very reliable.

If you’re like me you followed one of SomerEsat’s excellent guides for setting up a staking node on ETH2.0. There were a few extra things I added to my node that I thought would be useful to share.

Adding logs to the Grafana dashboard

Grafana dashboard with logs for every service

It’s annoying to have to ssh into your box and check the…

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