yagnadaemon and thus, an address associated with it is also generated automatically.
nodeIdin the output is the Ethereum address of your Golem node and it's also the address of its wallet. Note it down so you can use it to supply your node with funds.
yagna payment statusto verify the state of your payment account and the amount of GLM tokens you have in your disposal, you may need to add the specific
driverparameters to point to the network/driver combination that you're interested in.
key.jsonfile in the directory you ran the command from will contain the private key for your Golem wallet.
addressproperty in it is identical to the address of your node's Ethereum address. Normally there's no reason for this field to differ - but treat this step as a redundant check to ensure that you have backed up what you intended to back-up.
key.jsonfile is in your current working directory and run:
yagna service runand wait for the daemon to exit)
yagna's accounts configuration file
nodeIdproperty should display the Ethereum address of your backed-up wallet.
yagnabefore, you have probably already created an application key (the key that the requestor agent uses to connect to the
requestor-mainnetabove) is not important as long as it doesn't collide with the existing one (assuming it was just