The VMware Cloud CLI. This is the command line interface to VMware's Application Platform
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Usage: vmc [options] command [<args>] [command_options] Try 'vmc help [command]' or 'vmc help options' for more information. Currently available vmc commands are: Getting Started target [url] Reports current target or sets a new target login [email] [--email, --passwd] Login info System and account information Applications apps List deployed applications Application Creation push [appname] Create, push, map, and start a new application push [appname] --path Push application from specified path push [appname] --url Set the url for the application push [appname] --instances <N> Set the expected number <N> of instances push [appname] --mem M Set the memory reservation for the application push [appname] --no-start Do not auto-start the application Application Operations start <appname> Start the application stop <appname> Stop the application restart <appname> Restart the application delete <appname> Delete the application Application Updates update <appname> [--path] Update the application bits mem <appname> [memsize] Update the memory reservation for an application map <appname> <url> Register the application to the url unmap <appname> <url> Unregister the application from the url instances <appname> <num|delta> Scale the application instances up or down Application Information crashes <appname> List recent application crashes crashlogs <appname> Display log information for crashed applications logs <appname> [--all] Display log information for the application files <appname> [path] [--all] Display directory listing or file download for path stats <appname> Display resource usage for the application instances <appname> List application instances Application Environment env <appname> List application environment variables env-add <appname> <variable[=]value> Add an environment variable to an application env-del <appname> <variable> Delete an environment variable to an application Services services Lists of services available and provisioned create-service <service> [--name,--bind] Create a provisioned service create-service <service> <name> Create a provisioned service and assign it <name> create-service <service> <name> <app> Create a provisioned service and assign it <name>, and bind to <app> delete-service [servicename] Delete a provisioned service bind-service <servicename> <appname> Bind a service to an application unbind-service <servicename> <appname> Unbind service from the application clone-services <src-app> <dest-app> Clone service bindings from <src-app> application to <dest-app> tunnel <servicename> [--port] Create a local tunnel to a service tunnel <servicename> <clientcmd> Create a local tunnel to a service and start a local client Administration user Display user account information passwd Change the password for the current user logout Logs current user out of the target system add-user [--email, --passwd] Register a new user (requires admin privileges) delete-user <user> Delete a user and all apps and services (requires admin privileges) System runtimes Display the supported runtimes of the target system frameworks Display the recognized frameworks of the target system Micro Cloud Foundry micro status Display Micro Cloud Foundry VM status mciro offline Configure Micro Cloud Foundry VM for offline mode micro online Configure Micro Cloud Foundry VM for online mode [--vmx file] Path to micro.vmx [--vmrun executable] Path to vmrun executable [--password cleartext] Cleartext password for guest VM vcap user [--save] Save cleartext password in ~/.vmc_micro Misc aliases List aliases alias <alias[=]command> Create an alias for a command unalias <alias> Remove an alias targets List known targets and associated authorization tokens Help help [command] Get general help or help on a specific command help options Get help on available options
Simple Story (for Ruby apps)
vmc target api.cloudfoundry.com vmc login bundle package vmc push
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