I have a Shimano SLX M7000 rear deraileur that I have been battling with.
I found an excellent video from parktool on rear deraileur adjustment that I use as the basis of my repairs.
Always make sure derailler is straight and secure on the bike - otherwise the below will not bare any fruit. This needs to be repaired first.
This is setting the limit on the smallest sprocket on the rear cassette.
Jockey wheels must be lined up veritcally under the sprocket - holding the lower cage down gives a good position sitting at the back of the bike
index the gears
start in the smallest
put it up then go back down
do for the first 3
if there is too much tension it will go up 2 or 3 gears - not just the one
use barrel adjuster a quarter at a time
move barrell adjsuter anti-clockwise facing the shifter from the cable
barrel adjuster - clockwise adds slack (moving shifting positions outward) - anti-clockwise - tightens
Here is a list of cool things you can see, do and find out on a bitcoin node. Specifically for full nodes running in CLI or daemon mode - not GUI client.
There are a few ways to get information
bitcoin-cli help | grep info getblockchaininfo getmempoolinfo gettxoutsetinfo ( "hash_type" ) getmemoryinfo ( "mode" ) getrpcinfo getmininginfo getaddednodeinfo ( "node" ) getnetworkinfo getpeerinfo getdescriptorinfo "descriptor" getindexinfo ( "index_name" ) getaddressinfo "address" getwalletinfo
Get the total number of blocks in your version of the blockchain - the one on your local node. If it is up to date then this will be the number of blocks in total verified on the bitcoin blockchain.
bitcoin-cli getblockcount 685608