The base directory on Namada is the directory where all chain-specific data is stored. It is a directory that is created immediately once the network is joined (with
namadac utils join-network, for example).
As of the latest version of Namada, the base directory is located in the following locations:
Technically, the correct directory will be the one assigned to
but if you haven't set that variable, it will default to one of the below.
You can find the base directory by running the following command:
namadac utils default-base-dir
Which should correspond to one of the following directories:
Within these folders, you should see the following files and folders:
global-config.toml <some-chain-id>/ <some-chain-id>.toml pre-genesis # If you are a pre-genesis validator