You can easily test via the daemon RPC interface. Assuming default ports used, you can browse to:
Replacing x.x.x.x with your servers IP address. This will return some JSON like follows if the node is up and there are no firewalls blocking it:
From moneromoo on Github:
That's from nodes that don't understand pruning are asking you for data that you pruned. It's OK.
For the lockable memory issue, you can increase the amount of lockable memory using the command the message is giving you.
There are lots of ways this can be achieved. The simplest is to make use of the daemons RPC interface and call a method like get_height or get_info. When you start monerod, I'd recommend starting with the --restricted-rpc flag (to restrict it to view only commands). Then just configure your firewall to allow inbound connections to port 18081 (or a different ...
Which is the most efficient way to run a Monero full node on a bare-metal hypervisor?
The term "efficiency" can have a couple of meanings in this context. Efficient usage of resources, efficient time to install etc.
I was wondering what was the best solution (virtual server, LXC container or docker container on top of a VM)
In the context of efficient ...