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This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the platformsh/cli package instead.

Platform.sh CLI

v3.33.5 2018-06-22 16:26 UTC

README

The Platform.sh CLI is the official command-line interface for Platform.sh. Use this tool to interact with your Platform.sh projects, and to build them locally for development purposes.

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Requirements

  • Operating system: Linux, OS X, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Pro, or Windows 10 (Windows 8 Standard does not work due to an issue with symlink permissions)
  • PHP 5.5.9 or higher, with cURL support
  • Git
  • A Bash-like shell:
    • On OS X or Linux/Unix: SH, Bash, Dash or ZSH - usually the built-in shell will work.
    • On Windows: Windows Subsystem for Linux (recommended), or another Bash-compatible shell such as Git Bash, Cygwin, or MinGW.
  • For building locally, your project's dependencies, e.g.

Installation

Installing on OS X or Linux

This is the recommended installation method. Simply use this command:

curl -sS https://platform.sh/cli/installer | php

Installing manually

  1. Download the platform.phar file from the latest release.

  2. Rename the file to platform, ensure it is executable, and move it into a directory in your PATH (use echo $PATH to see your options).

  3. Enable autocompletion and shell aliases:

     platform self:install
    

Updating

New releases of the CLI are made regularly. Update with this command:

platform self:update

Usage

You can run the Platform.sh CLI in your shell by typing platform.

platform

Use the 'list' command to get a list of available options and commands:

platform list

Commands

The current output of platform list is as follows:

Platform.sh CLI

Global options:
  --help           -h Display this help message
  --quiet          -q Do not output any message
  --verbose        -v|vv|vvv Increase the verbosity of messages
  --version        -V Display this application version
  --yes            -y Answer "yes" to all prompts; disable interaction
  --no             -n Answer "no" to all prompts

Available commands:
  clear-cache (clearcache, cc)              Clear the CLI cache
  docs                                      Open the online documentation
  help                                      Displays help for a command
  list                                      Lists commands
  multi                                     Execute a command on multiple projects
  web                                       Open the Web UI
activity
  activity:get                              View detailed information on a single activity
  activity:list (activities)                Get a list of activities for an environment or project
  activity:log                              Display the log for an activity
app
  app:config-get                            View the configuration of an app
  app:list (apps)                           List apps in the project
auth
  auth:browser-login (login)                Log in to Platform.sh via a browser
  auth:info                                 Display your account information
  auth:logout (logout)                      Log out of Platform.sh
  auth:password-login                       Log in to Platform.sh using a username and password
certificate
  certificate:add                           Add an SSL certificate to the project
  certificate:delete                        Delete a certificate from the project
  certificate:get                           View a certificate
  certificate:list (certificates)           List project certificates
db
  db:dump                                   Create a local dump of the remote database
  db:size                                   Estimate the disk usage of a database
  db:sql (sql)                              Run SQL on the remote database
domain
  domain:add                                Add a new domain to the project
  domain:delete                             Delete a domain from the project
  domain:get                                Show detailed information for a domain
  domain:list (domains)                     Get a list of all domains
  domain:update                             Update a domain
environment
  environment:activate                      Activate an environment
  environment:branch (branch)               Branch an environment
  environment:checkout (checkout)           Check out an environment
  environment:delete                        Delete an environment
  environment:drush (drush)                 Run a drush command on the remote environment
  environment:http-access (httpaccess)      Update HTTP access settings for an environment
  environment:info                          Read or set properties for an environment
  environment:list (environments)           Get a list of environments
  environment:logs (log)                    Read an environment's logs
  environment:merge (merge)                 Merge an environment
  environment:push (push)                   Push code to an environment
  environment:redeploy (redeploy)           Redeploy an environment
  environment:relationships (relationships) Show an environment's relationships
  environment:ssh (ssh)                     SSH to the current environment
  environment:synchronize (sync)            Synchronize an environment's code and/or data from its parent
  environment:url (url)                     Get the public URLs of an environment
integration
  integration:add                           Add an integration to the project
  integration:delete                        Delete an integration from a project
  integration:get                           View details of an integration
  integration:list (integrations)           View a list of project integration(s)
  integration:update                        Update an integration
local
  local:build (build)                       Build the current project locally
  local:dir (dir)                           Find the local project root
  local:drush-aliases (drush-aliases)       Find the project's Drush aliases
mount
  mount:download                            Download files from a mount, using rsync
  mount:list (mounts)                       Get a list of mounts
  mount:size                                Check the disk usage of mounts
  mount:upload                              Upload files to a mount, using rsync
project
  project:clear-build-cache                 Clear a project's build cache
  project:create (create)                   Create a new project
  project:delete                            Delete a project
  project:get (get)                         Clone a project locally
  project:info                              Read or set properties for a project
  project:list (projects)                   Get a list of all active projects
  project:set-remote                        Set the remote project for the current Git repository
repo
  repo:cat                                  Read a file in the project repository
  repo:ls                                   List files in the project repository
route
  route:get                                 View a resolved route
  route:list (routes)                       List all routes for an environment
self
  self:install                              Install or update CLI configuration files
  self:update (self-update)                 Update the CLI to the latest version
server
  server:list (servers)                     List running local project web server(s)
  server:run                                Run a local PHP web server
  server:start                              Run PHP web server(s) for the local project
  server:stop                               Stop local project web server(s)
snapshot
  snapshot:create                           Make a snapshot of an environment
  snapshot:list (snapshots)                 List available snapshots of an environment
  snapshot:restore                          Restore an environment snapshot
ssh-key
  ssh-key:add                               Add a new SSH key
  ssh-key:delete                            Delete an SSH key
  ssh-key:list (ssh-keys)                   Get a list of SSH keys in your account
tunnel
  tunnel:close                              Close SSH tunnels
  tunnel:info                               View relationship info for SSH tunnels
  tunnel:list (tunnels)                     List SSH tunnels
  tunnel:open                               Open SSH tunnels to an app's relationships
user
  user:add (user:update)                    Add a user to the project, or set their role(s)
  user:delete                               Delete a user from the project
  user:get                                  View a user's role(s)
  user:list (users)                         List project users
variable
  variable:create                           Create a variable
  variable:delete                           Delete a variable from an environment
  variable:get (vget)                       View a variable
  variable:list (variables)                 List variables
  variable:update                           Update a variable
worker
  worker:list (workers)                     Get a list of all deployed workers

Known issues

Caching

The CLI caches details of your projects and their environments, and some other information. These caches could become out-of-date. You can clear caches with the command platform clear-cache (or platform cc for short).

Authentication

There are currently three ways to authenticate:

  1. platform login (AKA platform auth:browser-login): this opens a temporary local server and a browser, allowing you to log in to Platform.sh via the normal login form, including via services like Bitbucket, GitHub and Google.

  2. platform auth:password-login: this allows you to log in with a username and password, and a two-factor token if applicable.

  3. API tokens: these allow non-interactive authentication. See Customization below for how to use an API token. Remember to use a separate machine account if you want to limit the token's access.

Customization

You can configure the CLI via the user configuration file ~/.platformsh/config.yaml. These are the possible keys, and their default values:

api:
  # A path (relative or absolute) to a file containing an API token.
  # The file should be stored with minimal permissions.
  # Run 'platform logout --all' if you change this value.
  token_file: null

application:
  # The method used for interactive login: 'browser' or 'password' (defaults to
  # 'browser').
  login_method: browser

  # The default timezone for times displayed or interpreted by the CLI.
  # An empty (falsy) value here means the PHP or system timezone will be used.
  # For a list of timezones, see: http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php
  timezone: ~

  # The default date format string, for dates and times displayed by the CLI.
  # For a list of formats, see: http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php
  date_format: c

local:
  # Set this to true to avoid some Windows symlink issues.
  copy_on_windows: false

  # Configure the Drush executable to use (defaults to 'drush').
  drush_executable: null

updates:
  # Whether to check for automatic updates.
  check: true

  # The interval between checking for updates (in seconds). 604800 = 7 days.
  check_interval: 604800

Other customization is available via environment variables:

  • PLATFORMSH_CLI_DEBUG: set to 1 to enable cURL debugging. Warning: this will print all request information in the terminal, including sensitive access tokens.
  • PLATFORMSH_CLI_DISABLE_CACHE: set to 1 to disable caching
  • PLATFORMSH_CLI_SESSION_ID: change user session (default 'default')
  • PLATFORMSH_CLI_TOKEN: an API token. Warning: storing a secret in an environment variable can be insecure. It may be better to use config.yaml as above, depending on your system. The environment variable is preferable on CI systems like Jenkins and GitLab.
  • PLATFORMSH_CLI_UPDATES_CHECK: set to 0 to disable the automatic updates check
  • CLICOLOR_FORCE: set to 1 or 0 to force colorized output on or off, respectively
  • http_proxy or https_proxy: specify a proxy for connecting to Platform.sh

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.md for how to contribute to the CLI.