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Steem Node Command Line Options

All options available to steemd at command line interface

Command line options are typically expressed with double-dash (e.g., --replay-blockchain):

steemd --data-dir=. --replay-blockchain

Note that nearly all options available from config.ini can be set as command-line options. See: Node Config

The following are only available as command-line options.

Sections

disable-get-block

Disable get_block API call.

--disable-get-block

statsd-record-on-replay

Records statsd events during replay

Used by plugin: statsd

See: #2276

--statsd-record-on-replay

transaction-status-rebuild-state

Indicates that the transaction status plugin must re-build its state upon startup.

Used by plugin: transaction_status

See: Plugin & API List, #2458

--transaction-status-rebuild-state

p2p-force-validate

Force validation of all transactions.

--p2p-force-validate

force-validate

Force validation of all transactions.

Deprecated in favor of: p2p-force-validate

--force-validate

replay-blockchain

Clear chain database and replay all blocks.

--replay-blockchain

force-open

Force open the database, skipping the environment check. If the binary or configuration has changed, replay the blockchain explicitly using --replay-blockchain. If you know what you are doing you can skip this check and force open the database using --force-open.

WARNING: THIS MAY CORRUPT YOUR DATABASE. FORCE OPEN AT YOUR OWN RISK.

See: #3446

--force-open

resync-blockchain

Clear chain database and block log.

--resync-blockchain

stop-replay-at-block

Stop and exit after reaching given block number

See: #1590

--stop-replay-at-block=1234

advanced-benchmark

Make profiling for every plugin.

See: #1996

--advanced-benchmark

set-benchmark-interval

Print time and memory usage every given number of blocks.

See: #1590

--set-benchmark-interval

dump-memory-details

Dump database objects memory usage info. Use set-benchmark-interval to set dump interval.

See: #1985

--dump-memory-details

check-locks

Check correctness of chainbase locking.

--check-locks

validate-database-invariants

Validate all supply invariants check out.

See: #1477, #1649

--validate-database-invariants

database-cfg

The database configuration file location MIRA only.

--database-cfg=database.cfg

memory-replay

Replay with state in memory instead of on disk. MIRA only.

See: #3307

--memory-replay

chain-id

Chain ID to connect to. Testnet only.

See: PR#1631, #2827

--chain-id=0feb08c380aeb483b61a34cccb7271a3a99c47052bea529c4a891622f2c50d75

account-history-rocksdb-immediate-import

Allows to force immediate data import at plugin startup. By default storage is supplied during reindex process.

See: #1987

--account-history-rocksdb-immediate-import

account-history-rocksdb-stop-import-at-block

Allows you to specify the block number that the data import process should stop at.

See: #1987

--account-history-rocksdb-stop-import-at-block=1234