CLI for Cloud Foundry (ng or next generation or v2)
The CLI for Cloud Foundry is being completely rewritten in the
ng branch. Installation, usage & contribution instructions are below.
To use this CLI, your Cloud Foundry installation will need to be running cloud_controller_ng, which is a part of the latest cf-release, but not yet part of Micro Cloud Foundry. That is, you can use this CLI against http://api.cloudfoundry.com but not the local VM version of Cloud Foundry.
To use new features of the v2 CLI, you will also need to follow the "Using v2 features" section below.
Public Cloud Foundries running Cloud Controller NG
You can use this ng/nextgen version of VMC with the following public hosts of Cloud Foundry:
Please submit a gerrit patch to update this list if your company is running cloud_controller_ng for its customers.
Additional articles about VMC v2
$ gem install vmc $ vmc -v vmc 0.4.2
$ gerrit clone ssh://$(whoami)@reviews.cloudfoundry.org:29418/vmc $ cd vmc $ bundle install $ rake gem:install
$ vmc help --all Getting Started info Display information on the current target, user, etc. target [URL] Set or display the target cloud, organization, and space targets List known targets. login [USERNAME] Authenticate with the target logout Log out from the target register [EMAIL] Create a user and log in colors Show color configuration Applications app [APP] Show app information apps List your applications Management delete APPS... Delete an application push [NAME] Push an application, syncing changes if it exists rename [APP] [NAME] Rename an application restart APPS... Stop and start an application start APPS... Start an application stop APPS... Stop an application Information crashes APPS... List an app's crashed instances env [APP] Show all environment variables set for an app set-env APP NAME [VALUE] Set an environment variable unset-env APP NAME Remove an environment variable file APP [PATH] Print out an app's file contents files APP [PATH] Examine an app's files tail APP [PATH] Stream an app's file contents health APPS... Get application health instances APPS... List an app's instances logs [APP] Print out an app's logs crashlogs APP Print out the logs for an app's crashed instances map APP URL Add a URL mapping for an app unmap APP [URL] Remove a URL mapping from an app scale [APP] Update the instances/memory limit for an application stats [APP] Display application instance status Services service INSTANCE Show service instance information services List your service instances Management bind-service [INSTANCE] [APP] Bind a service instance to an application unbind-service [INSTANCE] [APP] Unbind a service from an application create-service [SERVICE] [NAME] Create a service delete-service [INSTANCE] Delete a service rename-service [SERVICE] [NAME] Rename a service tunnel [INSTANCE] [CLIENT] Tells you to install tunnel-vmc-plugin Organizations create-org [NAME] Create an organization delete-org [ORGANIZATION] Delete an organization org [ORGANIZATION] Show organization information orgs List available organizations rename-org [ORGANIZATION] [NAME] Rename an organization Spaces create-space [NAME] [ORGANIZATION] Create a space in an organization delete-space SPACES... Delete a space and its contents rename-space [SPACE] [NAME] Rename a space space [SPACE] Show space information spaces [ORGANIZATION] List spaces in an organization take-space NAME Switch to a space, creating it if it doesn't exist Routes create-route [URL] Create a route delete-route [ROUTE] Delete a route routes List routes in a space Domains add-domain NAME Add a domain to a space create-domain NAME Create a domain delete-domain [DOMAIN] Delete a domain domains [SPACE] List domains in a space remove-domain [DOMAIN] Remove a domain from a space Administration users List all users User Management create-user [EMAIL] Create a user delete-user EMAIL Delete a user passwd [USER] Update a user's password Options: --[no-]color Use colorful output --[no-]script Shortcut for --quiet and --force -V, --verbose Print extra information -f, --[no-]force Skip interaction when possible -h, --help Show command usage & instructions -m, --manifest FILE Path to manifest file to use -q, --[no-]quiet Simplify output format -t, --trace Show API requests and responses -u, --proxy EMAIL Act as another user (admin only) -v, --version Print version number
There is a Cloud Foundry documentation set for open source developers, and one for CloudFoundry.com users:
- Open Source Developers: https://github.com/cloudfoundry/oss-docs
- CloudFoundry.com users: http://docs.cloudfoundry.com
To make changes to our documentation, follow the [OSS Contributions][OSS Contributions] steps and contribute to the oss-docs repository.
Questions about the Cloud Foundry Open Source Project can be directed to our Google Groups.
- BOSH Developers: https://groups.google.com/a/cloudfoundry.org/group/bosh-dev/topics
- BOSH Users:https://groups.google.com/a/cloudfoundry.org/group/bosh-users/topics
- VCAP (Cloud Foundry) Developers: https://groups.google.com/a/cloudfoundry.org/group/vcap-dev/topics
Questions about CloudFoundry.com can be directed to: http://support.cloudfoundry.com
File a Bug
To file a bug against Cloud Foundry Open Source and its components, sign up and use our bug tracking system: http://cloudfoundry.atlassian.net
The Cloud Foundry team uses Gerrit, a code review tool that originated in the Android Open Source Project. We also use GitHub as an official mirror, though all pull requests are accepted via Gerrit.
Follow our Workflow process to make a contribution to any of our open source repositories.