Run Orion with Besu
Privacy requires Orion to be highly available.
To successfully distribute a private transaction, all private transaction participants must be online. If any participants are offline when submitting the private transaction, the transaction is not attempted and you need to resubmit the transaction.
If an Orion node is unavailable when Besu attempts to process a privacy marker transaction, the Besu node stops processing all new blocks until Orion is available. The Besu node continually attempts to process the privacy marker transaction until Orion is available again.
If Orion becomes available but has lost data, Besu resumes processing blocks and the private states in the Besu nodes might become inconsistent.
For production systems, we recommend running Besu and Orion in separate instances. If running Besu and Orion in the same instance, restrict the amount of memory used by each JVM to ensure each has enough memory.