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dash-cli application provides a command-line option for accessing Dash Core RPCs.
Multiple wallet support
Since Dash Core 18.0 introduced the ability to have multiple wallets loaded at the same time, wallet-related RPCs require using the
-rpcwalletoption any time more than one wallet file is loaded. This is to ensure the RPC command is executed using the correct wallet. The syntax is:
dash-cli -rpcwallet=<wallet-name> <command>
dash-cli [options] <command> [params]
dash-cli [options] -rpcwallet=<wallet-name> <command> [params]
dash-cli [options] -named <command> [name=value] ...
dash-cli [options] help
dash-cli [options] help <command>
The list of RPCs can be found here with links to more detailed information. Using dash-cli, this information is available using the
dash-cli [options] helpand
dash-cli [options] help <command>commands.
-? Print this help message and exit -conf=<file> Specify configuration file. Relative paths will be prefixed by datadir location. (default: dash.conf) -datadir=<dir> Specify data directory -getinfo Get general information from the remote server. Note that unlike server-side RPC calls, the results of -getinfo is the result of multiple non-atomic requests. Some entries in the result may represent results from different states (e.g. wallet balance may be as of a different block from the chain state reported) -named Pass named instead of positional arguments (default: false) -rpcclienttimeout=<n> Timeout in seconds during HTTP requests, or 0 for no timeout. (default: 900) -rpcconnect=<ip> Send commands to node running on <ip> (default: 127.0.0.1) -rpccookiefile=<loc> Location of the auth cookie. Relative paths will be prefixed by a net-specific datadir location. (default: data dir) -rpcpassword=<pw> Password for JSON-RPC connections -rpcport=<port> Connect to JSON-RPC on <port> (default: 9998, testnet: 19998, regtest: 19898) -rpcuser=<user> Username for JSON-RPC connections -rpcwait Wait for RPC server to start -rpcwallet=<walletname> Send RPC for non-default wallet on RPC server (needs to exactly match corresponding -wallet option passed to dashd). This changes the RPC endpoint used, e.g. http://127.0.0.1:9998/wallet/<walletname> -stdin Read extra arguments from standard input, one per line until EOF/Ctrl-D (recommended for sensitive information such as passphrases). When combined with -stdinrpcpass, the first line from standard input is used for the RPC password. -stdinrpcpass Read RPC password from standard input as a single line. When combined with -stdin, the first line from standard input is used for the RPC password. When combined with -stdinwalletpassphrase, -stdinrpcpass consumes the first line, and -stdinwalletpassphrase consumes the second. -stdinwalletpassphrase Read wallet passphrase from standard input as a single line. When combined with -stdin, the first line from standard input is used for the wallet passphrase. -version Print version and exit
-devnet=<name> Use devnet chain with provided name -highsubsidyblocks=<n> The number of blocks with a higher than normal subsidy to mine at the start of a chain (default: 0, devnet-only) -highsubsidyfactor=<n> The factor to multiply the normal block subsidy by while in the highsubsidyblocks window of a chain (default: 1, devnet-only) -llmqchainlocks=<quorum name> Override the default LLMQ type used for ChainLocks. Allows using ChainLocks with smaller LLMQs. (default: llmq_50_60, devnet-only) -llmqdevnetparams=<size>:<threshold> Override the default LLMQ size for the LLMQ_DEVNET quorum (default: 3:2, devnet-only) -llmqinstantsend=<quorum name> Override the default LLMQ type used for InstantSend. Allows using InstantSend with smaller LLMQs. (default: llmq_50_60, devnet-only) -llmqinstantsenddip0024=<quorum name> Override the default LLMQ type used for InstantSendDIP0024. (default: llmq_60_75, devnet-only) -llmqplatform=<quorum name> Override the default LLMQ type used for Platform. (default: llmq_100_67, devnet-only) -minimumdifficultyblocks=<n> The number of blocks that can be mined with the minimum difficulty at the start of a chain (default: 0, devnet-only) -powtargetspacing=<n> Override the default PowTargetSpacing value in seconds (default: 2.5 minutes, devnet-only) -testnet Use the test chain
Updated 7 months ago