📄️ Install the PMC CLI
This topic contains instructions to install and update Postchain Management Console (PMC) CLI.
The keygen command (pmc keygen) generates a public and private key pair. An elliptic curve secp256k1 generates these keys.
You can use the command (pmc config) to edit the configuration of the PMC. It uses the local config file if a global config location isn't provided. You can also use it to list and receive information in the configuration.
The network command (pmc network) consists of sub-commands that initialize a network and show a summary or version of an existing network.
The node command (pmc node) consists of sub-commands used to manage nodes.
The provider command (pmc provider) consists of sub-commands used to manage providers.
The command (pmc proposal) has sub-commands to see and vote on existing proposals in the network.
📄️ voter set
The node command (pmc voterset) comprises sub-commands that manage voter sets.
The cluster command (pmc cluster) consists of sub-commands to interact with clusters. For example, list existing clusters, create new clusters, and remove clusters.
The container command (pmc container) consists of sub-commands to interact with containers. For example, list existing containers, create new containers, or remove containers.
The blockchain command (pmc blockchain) consists of sub-commands to interact with blockchains. For example, list existing blockchains, create new blockchains, and remove blockchains.
The blockchain command (pmc cluster-anchoring) consists of sub-commands to interact with cluster anchoring chain configuration.