Lisk Core commands

Install and manage an instance of Lisk Core.

The commands for Lisk Core are not compatible with other distributions or with installations from the binary script^. To manage Lisk Core with Lisk Commander, first uninstall the old version and perform a fresh installation.

lisk core:install NAME

Install an instance of Lisk Core.

Install an instance of Lisk Core.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:install NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

OPTIONS
  -n, --network=mainnet|testnet|betanet|alphanet|devnet  [default: mainnet] Lisk Core network name.
  -r, --release-url=release-url                          Lisk Core download URL.

  -s, --snapshot-url=snapshot-url                        [default:
                                                         https://downloads.lisk.io/lisk/mainnet/blockch
                                                         ain.db.gz] Lisk Core blockchain snapshot URL.

  --lisk-version=lisk-version                            Lisk Core version.

  --no-snapshot                                          Install Lisk Core without a blockchain
                                                         snapshot.

  --no-start                                             Install Lisk Core without starting.

EXAMPLES
  core:install lisk-mainnet
  core:install --no-start lisk-mainnet
  core:install --no-snapshot lisk-mainnet
  core:install --lisk-version=2.0.0 lisk-mainnet
  core:install --network=testnet
  --release-url=https://downloads.lisk.io/lisk/mainnet/1.6.0/lisk-1.6.0-Linux-x86_64.tar.gz lisk-mainnet
  core:install --network=mainnet --snapshot-url=https://downloads.lisk.io/lisk/mainnet/blockchain.db.gz custom-mainnet

lisk core:logs NAME

Stream logs of a Lisk Core instance.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:logs NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:logs mainnet-latest

lisk core:restart NAME

Restart Lisk Core instance.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:restart NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:restart mainnet-latest

lisk core:start NAME

Start Lisk Core instance.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:start NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:start mainnet-latest

COMMANDS
  core:start:cache     Start the cache server.
  core:start:database  Start the database server.

lisk core:start:cache NAME

Start the cache server.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:start:cache NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:start:cache mainnet-latest

lisk core:start:database NAME

Start the database server.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:start:database NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:start:database mainnet-latest

lisk core:status NAME

Show the status of a Lisk Core instances.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:status [NAME]

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLES
  core:status
  core:status mainnet-latest

lisk core:stop NAME

Stop Lisk Core instance.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:stop NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:stop mainnet-latest

COMMANDS
  core:stop:cache     Stop the cache server.
  core:stop:database  Stop the database server.

lisk core:stop:cache NAME

Stop the cache server.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:stop:cache NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:stop:cache mainnet-latest

lisk core:stop:database NAME

Stop the database server.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:stop:database NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:stop:database mainnet-latest

lisk core:uninstall NAME

Uninstall an instance of Lisk Core.

USAGE
  $ lisk core:uninstall NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

EXAMPLE
  core:uninstall mainnet-latest

lisk core:upgrade NAME

Upgrade an instance of Lisk Core, (Binary) to a specified or latest version.

The core:upgrade command is only supported for Lisk Core versions > 2.0.0.
USAGE
  $ lisk core:upgrade NAME

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Lisk Core installation directory name.

OPTIONS
  -r, --release-url=release-url  Lisk Core download URL.
  --lisk-version=lisk-version    Lisk Core version.

EXAMPLES
  core:upgrade lisk-mainnet
  core:upgrade --lisk-version=2.0.0 lisk-mainnet
  core:upgrade --release-url=https://downloads.lisk.io/lisk/mainnet/2.1.0/lisk-2.1.0-Linux-x86_64.tar.gz lisk-mainnet