.secrets/datasets. A new section
"dataset"will be added to the
iexec.jsonfile as well.
"Hello, world!"as content inside
datasets/original. Alternatively, you can put your own dataset file.
datasets/encrypted/my-first-dataset.txt.enc. That file is the encrypted version of your dataset, you should push it somewhere accessible because the worker will download it during the execution process. You will enter this file's URI in the
multiaddrattribute) when you will deploy your dataset. Make sure that the URI is a DIRECT download link (not a link to a web page for example).
.secrets/datasets/my-first-dataset.txt.keyis the encryption key, make sure to back it up securely. The file
.secrets/datasets/dataset.keyis just an "alias" in the sense that it is the key of the last encrypted dataset.
iexec.jsonfile. Choose a
namefor your dataset, put the encrypted file's URI in
multiaddr(the URI you got after publishing the file), and add the
checksum(you can get it by running
sedcommands will do the trick:
src/create the file
app.pythen copy this code inside:
sconify.shscript to build the TEE-debug app.
iexec.jsonand fill in the standard keys and the
--tag teeand the dataset to use
iexec app runcommand to run a tee app with a dataset.