Provider CLI reference

Golem Sneak Peek Provider Command Line Interface

Keep in mind that that is a really basic release, and future updates will give you much more options to play with.

CLI commands

Run golemsp help without arguments to see top-level usage information:

golemsp 0.1.0-49c52869
User friedly CLI for running provider
golemsp <SUBCOMMAND>
-h, --help
Prints help information
-V, --version
Prints version information
run Run the golem provider
settings Manage settings
status Show provider status
help Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)


golemsp run - Start the Golem Sneak Peek provider.


golemsp-settings 0.1.0
Manage settings
This can be used regardless of whether golem is running or not.
golemsp settings <SUBCOMMAND>
-h, --help Prints help information
-V, --version Prints version information
set Change settings
show Show current settings
help Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

Settings set

golemsp settings set - Change settings.

In order to change a particular setting (for eg. price settings) type:

golemsp settings set --cpu-per-hour 3

You can also combine multiple settings in one command as follows:

golemsp settings set --cpu-per-hour 3 --cores 7 which will change your NGNT per hour to "3" and adjust the numbers of shared cpu cores to "7".

Settings show

golemsp settings show - Show current settings.


node name: "node_name"
shared resources:
cores: 7
memory: 10.9375 GiB
disk: 250.2247528076172 GiB
0 NGNT for start
1 NGNT per hour
5 NGNT per cpu hour


golemsp status - Print out the status of your node.

Example output:

│ Status │ Wallet │ Tasks │
│ │ │ │
│ Service is running │ address 0x8ed221a17e63b129c1a2aa1fc2cb331cdff1a21d │ last 1h processed 0 │
│ │ amount 0 NGNT │ last 1h in progress 1 │
│ Node Name node_name │ pending 0 NGNT │ total processed 0 │
│ Subnet community │ unconfirmed 0 NGNT │ │
| VM valid | | |

In the three columns, you can check the basic information regarding the status of your node


  • Whether your node is running

  • Name of your node

  • Subnet in which your node is currently running

  • VM status


  • Account address

  • Amount of tokens that you have earned for successful computation

  • Pending payments that you should receive for computation

  • Amount of tokens that is still unconfirmed and may not show on your account


  • Number of tasks that you were computing in last hour

  • Number of tasks that were in progress during the last hour

  • Total task that you were trying to compute - including those that were not computed