sedge cli run the setup tool on an interactive mode.
Running sedge clients will give you a list of supported clients for consensus, execution and validators.
Running sedge deps will allows you to check and install dependencies for needed to run Sedge.
Running sedge down will stop and remove containers using the docker compose CLI.
Running sedge generate with the different sub commands will generate the docker-compose file that will be used to run the nodes.
📄️ Import key
Running sedge import-key will import validator keys from a directory following
Running sedge keys will generate the keystore folder.
Running sedge logs will shut down running containers using docker compose CLI.
Running sedge networks will give you a list of supported networks
Running sedge run will run all the services in the docker-compose.yml file under
📄️ Slashing Export
Running sedge slashing-export will export slashing protection data from the current validator client. The slashing protection data is a JSON file that meets with the EIP-3076 specification.
📄️ Slashing Import
Running sedge slashing-import will import slashing protection data to the current validator client. The slashing protection data is a JSON file that meets with the EIP-3076 specification.
Running sedge version will give you the version you are running while using sedge.
Running sedge show will give you some information about the containers created by Sedge for a specific sedge-data directory.