The documentation here uses instructions from IOHK repositories as a foundation, with additional info which we can contribute to where appropriate. Note that not everyone needs to build each component. You can refer to architecture to understand and qualify which components you want to run.
For most Pool Operators, simply building cardano-node should be enough. Use the below to decide whether you need other components:
HD Wallets with keys
saved locally?) B(Need to explore
blockchain locally?) C(Manage pool-ops,
asset operation tasks
easily?) D(Create Custom Assets?) E(Monitor node
using Terminal UI) N(Node) F(Manage Pool/Wallet Keys
and tx signing
offline) O(Ogmios) P(gRest/Koios) Q(DBSync) R(Wallet) S(CNTools) T(Tx Submit API) U(GraphQL) V(OfflineMetadataTools) X(gLiveView) F --x S N --x C --x S N --x D D --x S D --x V N --x E --x X N --x B B --x U --x Q B --x P --x Q P --x O P --x T N --x A --x R
We strongly prefer use of gRest over GraphQL components due to performance, security, simplicity, control and most importantly - consistency benefits. Please refer to official documentations if you're interested in
Cardano-Rest components instead.
The instructions are intentionally limited to stack/cabal** to avoid wait times/availability of nix/docker files on a rapidly developing codebase - this also helps us prevent managing multiple versions of instructions.