GNUNET-PEERINFO(1) BSD General Commands Manual GNUNET-PEERINFO(1)
gnunet-peerinfo — display information about other peers
gnunet-peerinfo [−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]
gnunet-peerinfo displays the known addresses and trust of known peers.
−c FILENAME | −-config=FILENAME
Load config file, default FILENAME of the config is ~/.config/gnunet.conf.
−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. Together with −q, 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
The full documentation for gnunet is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info(1) and gnunet programs are properly installed at your site, the command
should give you access to the complete handbook,
will give you access to a tutorial for developers.
Depending on your installation, this information is also available in gnunet(7) and gnunet-c-tutorial(7).
Report bugs by using https://bugs.gnunet.org or by sending electronic mail to 〈[email protected]〉.
BSD March 4, 2013 BSD