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So I know I have to type in terminal:

parity -j --reserved-peers

But I do not know what to type after --reserved-peers, The actual peers I want to add are listed here. But I do not know if I am supposed to type them into the terminal after --reserved-peers with some kind of notation, like commas separating them, or if I am supposed to put them in a file somehow and type the file name.

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From the documentation, you pass a file containing the list as the argument to the --reserved-peers flag:

  --reserved-peers FILE          Provide a file containing enodes, one per line.
                                 These nodes will always have a reserved slot on top
                                 of the normal maximum peers. (default: None)

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