for example learn about the ping command. Note: reconsiderblock apparently "closes" the fork since getchaintips returns the same block hash for the active chain tip for both nodes. But when i run this command: bitcoin-cli -regtest getinfo, it still work, this is my nf file ( directory: /home/myname/.bitcoin/nf) server1 rpcusermyuser rpcpasswordmypassword txindex1 regtest1, i've tried google but I got nothing to handle this trouble, please help. Options: -conf file Specify configuration file (default: nf) -pid file Specify pid file (default: bitcoind. It must be running first before you can do anything. When several nodes all have the same blocks in their block chain, they are considered to be in consensus. Bitcoind is the Bitcoin Core daemon. It seems you're mixing up bitcoind and bitcoin-cli. For b nothing found out yet. To explain what you are seeing:./src/bitcoin-cli -regtest won't work as bitcoind is not yet running, and you aren't specifying a command to send./src/bitcoin-cli -regtest -daemon likewise./src/bitcoin-cli -regtest 101 looks almost right, except you missed the generate, so you're trying to send the non-existing command 101.
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Once bitcoind is running, you can for example send the getinfo command using bitcoin-cli: bitcoin-cli -regtest getinfo, or send generate 101 to generate 101 blocks: bitcoin-cli -regtest generate 101. Log file -rpcuser user Username for json-RPC connections -rpcpassword pw Password for json-RPC connections -rpcport port Listen for json-RPC connections on port (default: 8332) -rpcallowip ip Allow json-RPC connections from specified IP address -rpcconnect ip Send commands to node running on ip (default: ) -keypool. The validation rules these nodes follow to maintain consensus are called consensus rules. Bitcoin-cli is a tool to send RPC commands to a running bitcoind instance. "valid-fork This branch is not part of the active chain, but is fully validated. After i run bitcoind -regtest -daemon, i tried to create blocks by running command: bitcoin-cli -regtest generate 101, and it returned error like this: Error: Invalid RPC method Usage: bitcoin-cli -testnet -hosthost -portport -rpcuseruser -rpcpasswordpass method args. To do so, you'll need to configure a username/password for connecting to bitcoind.
To learn more about that, you can send: bitcoin-cli -regtest help ping, you need to specify -regtest for every command, as you can have a daemon running for each network (one for mainnet, one for testnet, one for regtest or more if you configure each. For a so in order to achieve a valid-fork status for a previously invalidated block hash node0 needs to reconsider that very block hash in order to have it fully validated on its copy of blockchain.
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