Admin rippled Methods
Communicate directly with a
rippled server using these admin API methods. Admin methods are meant only for trusted personnel in charge of keeping the server operational. Admin methods include commands for managing, monitoring, and debugging the server.
Admin commands are available only if you connect to
rippled on a host and port that the
rippled.cfg file identifies as admin. By default, the commandline client uses an admin connection. For more information on connecting to
rippled, see Getting Started with the
Use these methods to generate and manage keys.
validation_create- Generate formatted for
ripplednode key pair. (Validators should use tokens instead of keys generated by this method.)
wallet_propose- Generate keys for a new account.
Use these methods to manage log levels and other data, such as ledgers.
can_delete- Allow online deletion of ledgers up to a specific ledger.
download_shard- Download a specific shard of ledger history.
ledger_cleaner- Configure the ledger cleaner service to check for corrupted data.
ledger_request- Query a peer server for a specific ledger version.
log_level- Get or modify log verbosity.
logrotate- Reopen the log file.
Use these methods to manage the
ledger_accept- Close and advance the ledger in stand-alone mode.
stop- Shut down the
Use these methods to manage the server's connections in the peer-to-peer XRP Ledger network.
connect- Force the
rippledserver to connect to a specific peer.
peer_reservations_add- Add or update a reserved slot for a specific peer.
peer_reservations_del- Remove a reserved slot for a specific peer.
peer_reservations_list- List reserved slots for specific peers.
peers- Get information about the peer servers connected.
Use these methods to check the status of the network and server.
consensus_info- Get information about the state of consensus as it happens.
feature- Get information about protocol amendments.
fetch_info- Get information about the server's sync with the network.
get_counts- Get statistics about the server's internals and memory usage.
manifest- Get the latest public key information about a known validator.
validator_info- Get information about the server's validator settings, if configured as a validator.
validator_list_sites- Get information about sites that publish validator lists.
validators- Get information about the current validators.
The following admin commands are deprecated and may be removed without further notice:
ledger_header- Use the ledger method instead.
unl_score- Use the
validators.txtconfig file for UNL management instead.
wallet_seed- Use the wallet_propose method instead.
The validation_seed method has been removed since