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I have set a Monero node as a service on a virtual machine with --detach option to run it in the background. I can check the service status through Linux command or connect to the node with a wallet.

But, how can I check the detached daemon status without a wallet? Could I reattach the daemon?

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You just run commands like monerod status which connects to the detached process and runs the command (status in this example).

You can also use the daemons RPC get_info.

But, how can I check the detached daemon status without a wallet?

A node does not have a wallet attached to it.

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    So, I need physical access to the server or ssh to it and to run another instance of the daemon to check the detached one. Right?
    – cialu
    Feb 16, 2019 at 9:07
  • Nope. I think you missed reading the part in the answer that mentions calling the RPC's /get_info.
    – jtgrassie
    Feb 16, 2019 at 13:22
  • Ops, sorry for the explanation request. "You can also use the daemons RPC get_info." --> I understood it was an alternative because of "ALSO". Anyway, you gave me a good starting point, so I'm going to make some tests. Thanks!
    – cialu
    Feb 16, 2019 at 14:51

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