Building Hyperledger Fabric¶
The following instructions assume that you have already set up your development environment.
To build Hyperledger Fabric:
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric make dist-clean all
Running the unit tests¶
Before running the unit tests, a PKCS #11 cryptographic token implementation must be installed and configured. The PKCS #11 API is used by the bccsp component of Fabric to interact with devices, such as hardware security modules (HSMs), that store cryptographic information and perform cryptographic computations. For test environments, SoftHSM can be used to satisfy this requirement.
SoftHSM can be installed with the following commands:
sudo apt install libsofthsm2 # Ubuntu sudo yum install softhsm # CentOS brew install softhsm # macOS
Once SoftHSM is installed, additional configuration may be required. For example, the default configuration file stores token data in a system directory that unprivileged users are unable to write to.
Configuration typically involves copying
$HOME/.config/softhsm2/softhsm2.conf and changing
to an appropriate location. Please see the man page for
After SoftHSM has been configured, the following command can be used to initialize the required token:
softhsm2-util --init-token --slot 0 --label "ForFabric" --so-pin 1234 --pin 98765432
If the test cannot find libsofthsm2.so in your environment, specify its path, the PIN and the label of the token through environment variables. For example, on macOS:
export PKCS11_LIB="/usr/local/Cellar/softhsm/2.5.0/lib/softhsm/libsofthsm2.so" export PKCS11_PIN=98765432 export PKCS11_LABEL="ForFabric"
Use the following sequence to run all unit tests:
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric make unit-test
To run a subset of tests, set the TEST_PKGS environment variable. Specify a list of packages (separated by space), for example:
export TEST_PKGS="github.com/hyperledger/fabric/core/ledger/..." make unit-test
To run a specific test use the
-run RE flag where RE is a regular
expression that matches the test case name. To run tests with verbose
output use the
-v flag. For example, to run the
case, change to the directory containing the
go test -v -run=TestGetFoo
There is a core.yaml file that contains the configuration for the peer process. Many of the configuration settings can be overridden on the command line by setting ENV variables that match the configuration setting, but by prefixing with ‘CORE_’. For example, setting peer.networkId can be accomplished with: