cleos system buyram [OPTIONS] payer receiver amount
- [OPTIONS] = See Options in Command Usage section below.
- payer = The account paying for RAM.
- receiver = The account receiving bought RAM.
- amount = The amount of EOS to pay for RAM
Note: The arguments and options enclosed in square brackets are optional.
Use this command to buy RAM for a blockchain account on EOSIO.
The following information shows the different positionals and options you can use with the
cleos system buyram command:
payerTEXT - The account paying for RAM
receiverTEXT - The account receiving bought RAM
amountTEXT - The amount of EOS to pay for RAM
-h,--help- Print this help message and exit
-k,--kbytes- Buyram in number of kibibytes (KiB)
-b,--bytes- Buyram in number of bytes
-x,--expirationTEXT - Set the time in seconds before a transaction expires, defaults to 30s
-f,--force-unique- Force the transaction to be unique. This will consume extra bandwidth and remove any protections against accidently issuing the same transaction multiple times
-s,--skip-sign- Specify if unlocked wallet keys should be used to sign transaction
-j,--json- Print result as json
--json-fileTEXT - save result in json format into a file
-d,--dont-broadcast- Don't broadcast transaction to the network (just print to stdout)
--return-packed- Used in conjunction with --dont-broadcast to get the packed transaction
-r,--ref-blockTEXT - Set the reference block num or block id used for TAPOS (Transaction as Proof-of-Stake)
--use-old-rpc- Use old RPC push_transaction, rather than new RPC send_transaction
-p,--permissionTEXT - An account and permission level to authorize, as in 'account@permission' (defaults to 'account@active')
--max-cpu-usage-msUINT - Set an upper limit on the milliseconds of cpu usage budget, for the execution of the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit)
--max-net-usageUINT - Set an upper limit on the net usage budget, in bytes, for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit)
--delay-secUINT - Set the delay_sec seconds, defaults to 0s
For the prerequisites to run this command see the Before you Begin section of How to Buy Ram