Section: User Commands (1)
- display information about other peers
[-c FILENAME | --config= FILENAME
[-g | -get-hello
[-h | -help
[-i | -info
[-L LOGLEVEL | --loglevel= LOGLEVEL
[-l LOGFILE | --logfile= ns LOGFILE
[-n | -numeric
[-p HELLO | --put-hello= HELLO
[-q | -quiet
[-s | -self
[-v | -version
displays the known addresses and trust of known peers.
- -c FILENAME | --config= FILENAME
Load config file, default FILENAME of the config is
- -g | -get-hello
Output HELLO uri(s)
- -h | -help
Print the help page.
- -i | -info
List all known peers (and their addresses).
- -L LOGLEVEL | --loglevel= LOGLEVEL
Set the loglevel
- -l LOGFILE | --logfile= ns LOGFILE
Log messages to LOGFILE
- -n | -numeric
Disable resolution of IPs to hostnames
- -p HELLO | --put-hello= HELLO
Add given HELLO uri to the database
- -q | -quiet
Do not print anything but the peer identities
- -s | -self
Print only our own identity.
this is the exact line that other peers would have to put in to their friends file in order to consider this peer one of their friends in F2F mode.
- -v | -version
Print the version number
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