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Version: v1.9

vela status

Show status of an application.


Show status of vela application.

vela status [flags]


  # Get basic app info
vela status APP_NAME

# Show detailed info in tree
vela status first-vela-app --tree --detail --detail-format list

# Show pod list
vela status first-vela-app --pod
vela status first-vela-app --pod --component express-server --cluster local

# Show endpoint list
vela status first-vela-app --endpoint

# Get raw Application yaml (without managedFields)
vela status first-vela-app -o yaml

# Get raw Application status using jsonpath
vela status first-vela-app -o jsonpath='{.status}'

# Get Application metrics status
vela status first-vela-app --metrics


      --cluster string         filter the endpoints or pods by cluster name
-c, --component string filter the endpoints or pods by component name
-d, --detail display more details in the application like input/output data in context. Note that if you want to show the realtime details of application resources, please use it with --tree
--detail-format string the format for displaying details, must be used with --detail. Can be one of inline, wide, list, table, raw. (default "inline")
-p, --endpoint show all service endpoints of the application
-e, --env string specify environment name for application
-h, --help help for status
-m, --metrics show resource quota and consumption metrics of the application
-n, --namespace string specify the Kubernetes namespace to use
-o, --output string raw Application output format. One of: (json, yaml, jsonpath)
--pod show pod list of the application
-s, --svc string service name
-t, --tree display the application resources into tree structure

Options inherited from parent commands

  -V, --verbosity Level   number for the log level verbosity
-y, --yes Assume yes for all user prompts


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