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.
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