Commands and flags
Commands tell Node Pilot what to do, while flags provide additional instruction.
Commands and flags follow this format:
./np <command> <flags>
Here is a list of commands/flags:
Starts Node Pilot as an auto-restarting daemon.
Manually set local IP address.
Manually set public IP address.
Stops the Node Pilot daemon.
Runs Node Pilot automated system checks to help identify issues with IP address, ports, DNS, permissions, etc.
Starts Node Pilot with the password attached.
1. Starting Node Pilot as a daemon:
./np start -d
2. Stop Node Pilot running as a daemon:
3. Run Node Pilot system check:
Any red "x" in the system check is an indication of a misconfiguration.
3. Start Node Pilot with password attached
./np start -d --password mypasswordhere