% SPLINTER-CIRCUIT-ABANDON(1) Cargill, Incorporated | Splinter Commands
splinter-circuit-abandon — Submits a request to abandon the specified circuit.
splinter circuit abandon [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] CIRCUIT-ID
Request to abandon a circuit by specifying the circuit ID of the circuit to be abandoned. Abandoning a circuit will remove the circuit’s networking ability for the abandoning node. This will also notify other circuit members that the circuit has been abandoned, but does not require further action from other circuit members.
The generated ID of the existing circuit can be viewed using the
splinter-circuit-list command and this circuit ID is used to specify the
circuit to be abandoned.
This operation is not able to be performed on circuits that are not active at the time of the request. As this operation does disconnect the specified circuit from its networking capability for the abandoning node, other circuit members should take care to notice when the circuit is abandoned so as not to attempt to communicate with this circuit member, as this abandoning circuit member has disabled the circuit’s routing capability from their end. This removes the nodes ability to communicate over this circuit.
- Prints help information
- Prints version information
- Increases verbosity (the opposite of -q). Specify multiple times for more output.
- Specifies the full path to the private key file.
- Specifies the URL for the
splinterdREST API. The URL is required unless
- Specify the circuit ID of the circuit to be disbanded.
- The existing circuit has ID
The following command displays a member node requesting to abandon the circuit:
$ splinter circuit abandon \ --key MEMBER-NODE-PRIVATE-KEY-FILE \ --url URL-of-member-node-splinterd-REST-API \ 1234-ABCDE \
- URL for the
splinterdREST API. (See
| Splinter documentation: https://www.splinter.dev/docs/0.6/