You can check details using the following command:

sudo systemctl status mysterium-node.service

You can change the configuration of the service via /etc/default/mysterium-node file:

root@raspberrypi:~# cat /etc/default/mysterium-node # Define additional args for `myst` service (see `myst --help` for full list) CONF_DIR="--config-dir=/etc/mysterium-node" RUN_DIR="--runtime-dir=/var/run/mysterium-node" DATA_DIR="--data-dir=/var/lib/mysterium-node" DAEMON_OPTS="--tequilapi.address=" SERVICE_OPTS="openvpn"

List of available options can be found using a help commands: myst --help or myst service --help.

For example, if you want to start only OpenVPN service on 1190 port and serve Mysterium verified consumer only, change the SERVICE_OPTS= line to the following:

SERVICE_OPTS="openvpn --openvpn.port=1190 --access-policy.list mysterium"

To apply the changed service configuration you will need to re-read configuration and restart it.

sudo systemctl restart mysterium-node
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