Get remote node status

Usage

akashctl status [flags]

Example

$ akashctl status
{
"node_info":{
"protocol_version":{
"p2p":"7","block":"10","app":"0"
},
"id":"e4f0a97eacc3222ea97c42bf93c50afcc98f6341",
"listen_addr":"tcp://0.0.0.0:26656",
"network":"mychain",
"version":"0.33.0",
"channels":"4020212223303800",
"moniker":"mychain",
"other":{"tx_index":"on","rpc_address":"tcp://127.0.0.1:26657"}
},
"sync_info":{
"latest_block_hash":"781035A4F2F1FB97ACF0C127C2296623BBC82EEC9FDF8C00FE26CE58D363DF68","latest_app_hash":"BF27325B8BB1002D0F458F37D792E6E45D8F422B4B99A8B599A653CDAAE39145","latest_block_height":"10595","latest_block_time":"2020-03-12T09:51:12.171716104Z","catching_up":false
},
"validator_info":{
"address":"15A9E2C091AED0734D0BCB47781E54CF81F0F4F8",
"pub_key":{
"type":"tendermint/PubKeyEd25519","value":"IupzNoyVFg24D7KloPBbqHvwf0AFNS4mt99kZOUzQ6w="},"voting_power":"100"
}
}

In the example above, the details are about node version and latest block on the network

Use akashctl status to check status of a node (default "http://api.akashtest.net:80").

Arguments

No arguments.

Flags

Short

Verbose

Argument

Required

Description

-n

--node

string

N

Node host (defaults to https://api.akashtest.net:80).

Global Flags

Short

Verbose

Argument

Required

Description

-d

--data

string

N

data directory (default "~/.akashctl")

-m

--mode

string

N

output mode (interactive

shell

json) (default "interactive")