Validator CLI

validator

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usage: validator [-h] [--config-dir CONFIG_DIR]
                 [--network-endpoint NETWORK_ENDPOINT]
                 [--component-endpoint COMPONENT_ENDPOINT]
                 [--peering {static,dynamic}] --public-uri PUBLIC_URI
                 [--join JOIN] [--peers PEERS] [-v]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --config-dir CONFIG_DIR
                        Configuration directory
  --network-endpoint NETWORK_ENDPOINT
                        Network endpoint URL
  --component-endpoint COMPONENT_ENDPOINT
                        Validator component service endpoint
  --peering {static,dynamic}
                        The type of peering approach the validator should take. Choices are 'static' which only attempts to peer with candidates provided with the --peers option, and 'dynamic' which will do topology buildouts. If 'dynamic' is provided, any static peers will be processed first, prior to the topology buildout starting
  --public-uri PUBLIC_URI
                        Advertised network endpoint URL
  --join JOIN           uri(s) to connect to in order to initially connect to the validator network, in the format tcp://hostname:port. Multiple --join arguments can be provided, and a single --join argument will accept a comma separated list of tcp://hostname:port,tcp://hostname:port parameters
  --peers PEERS         A list of peers to attempt to connect to in the format tcp://hostname:port. Multiple --peers arguments can be provided, and a single --peers argument will accept a comma separated list of tcp://hostname:port,tcp://hostname:port parameters
  -v, --verbose         Increase output sent to stderr