In the section above we used the
vnode command several times. All sub-commands can be found by simply running
vnode , which will display the following list:
Create a new configuration file
List all available configurations (both system/user)
List file locations of the node instance
Start a node configuration
Attach the outl
Nodes are created from a configuration file. This file can be created through command
vnode newor creating a YAML file manually. See this section on how to do this.
Once a configuration is created you can start this instance by using
vnode start and select the configuration you wish to start. Or in the case you already know the name of the configuration you can use
vnode start --name [config_name] . It is also possible to use a configuration file that is in a non-default location by using
vnode start --config /path/to/config . All other options will be overwritten when using this option.
The easiest way to read the logs from a node is using
vnode attach and select the node from which you want to read the logs from.