% SPLINTER-CIRCUIT-DISBAND(1) Cargill, Incorporated | Splinter Commands
splinter-circuit-disband — Submits a request to disband the specified circuit.
splinter circuit disband [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] CIRCUIT-ID
Request to disband a circuit by specifying the circuit ID of the circuit to be disbanded. Disbanding a circuit removes a circuit’s networking functionality. Once all members of the circuit have accepted the request to disband the circuit, the circuit is only available offline.
disband command creates a new circuit proposal to reflect the disbanded
state, with the proposed circuit’s
circuit_status field set to
This proposal is then able to be voted on, similar to other circuit proposals.
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 disbanded. Once the disband request has been submitted,
the proposal created (and other circuit proposals) can be viewed using the
The disband proposal must be accepted by all members before the existing
circuit is updated to reflect the disbanded state. If all nodes have agreed to
disband the circuit, the disbanded circuit may be viewed using the
- Prints help information.
- Decrease verbosity (the opposite of -v). When specified, only errors or warnings will be output.
- 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 proposed circuit has ID
The following command displays a member node requesting to disband the circuit:
$ splinter circuit disband \ --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/