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I'm trying EOSIO boot-up sequence using EOSIO wiki page.

I succeeded setting contracts, creating accounts and producers, and producing blocks from some other nodeoses.

But I can't find any method that Unstaking SYS from accounts...

Is there any actions or methods to do that?

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Below is the documentation for undelegating bandwidth. I'd assume the command would look like below:

cleos system undelegatebw FROM RECEIVER unstake_net_quantity unstake_cpu_quantity

system undelegatebw Undelegate bandwidth

Positional Arguments

from TEXT - The account undelegating bandwidth
receiver TEXT - The account to undelegate bandwidth from
unstake_net_quantity TEXT - The amount of EOS to undelegate for network bandwidth
unstake_cpu_quantity TEXT - The amount of EOS to undelegate for CPU bandwidth

https://developers.eos.io/eosio-cleos/reference#cleos-system-undelegatebw

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  • Thank you for your answer! So, after 3 days, which method or command can I use? – Jason Jun 6 '18 at 6:31
  • I updated my post with the cleos command. That is what you would do in cleos to begin the 3 day process. After you can transfer the token. You should be able to piece together what is needed by trying that in the command line and putting -h after to help with the optional positionals. There are also a host of options offered after the pos args. – Nat Jun 6 '18 at 11:18
  • So, after 3 days (after command "cleos undelegatebw"), For tranferring funds, Should I use a command like "cleos push action eosio refund '{"owner":"accountname"}' -p accountname ? – Jason Jun 7 '18 at 8:02
  • Yeah, I think you could transfer funds with: ./cleos transfer useraaaaaaaa useraaaaaaac "1.0000 SYS" Positional Parameters sender TEXT - The account sending tokens recipient TEXT - The account receiving tokens amount UINT - The amount of tokens to send symbol TEXT - The memo for the transfer developers.eos.io/eosio-cleos/reference#cleos-transfer – Nat Jun 7 '18 at 12:30

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