Commit 2d1385bb authored by inertia's avatar inertia
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#64 added links that were missing

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VESTS were restored in a later transaction:
https://hiveblocks.com/tx/1d600db22fc6f9b362db36d9f0fc521b95f8894f
[https://hiveblocks.com/tx/1d600db22fc6f9b362db36d9f0fc521b95f8894f](https://hiveblocks.com/tx/1d600db22fc6f9b362db36d9f0fc521b95f8894f)
See: [Block No. 47797680](https://hiveblocks.com/b/47797680), [!19](https://gitlab.syncad.com/hive/hive/-/merge_requests/19), [5edf4f0](https://gitlab.syncad.com/hive/hive/-/commit/5edf4f0ba04426982ba655bf83d5acd746736d49), [restore.js](https://github.com/drov0/restore-hf23-balances/blob/master/restore.js)
roles:
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docker run -d -P inertia/tintoy:latest
```
This docker command is useful for rapid testnet deploy because it only creates 2,000 accounts.
This docker command is useful for rapid testnet deploy because it only creates 2,000 accounts. See: [inertia/tintoy](https://hub.docker.com/r/inertia/tintoy)
But in this tutorial, we will go over the **no docker** approach which will create all accounts that exist on mainnet. The idea is to try to mirror the accounts and balances in proportion to the mainnet.
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$ hive sync
```
**Note:** Do not use a public node to `hive sync`. Instead of doing an initial sync, you can use a data dump, to speed up the process: [Daily Hivemind backups
:: How to restore](https://peakd.com/hive-139531/@emrebeyler/daily-hivemind-backups#how-to-restore)
```bash
# Assunes 8 cpu cores:
$ pg_restore -j 8 -U postgres -d hive path/to/dump_file.dump
$ hive sync
```
You can also check the status of your synced database.
```bash
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