main command to manage manage your channels.
The channelctl command is the main command to manage your channels. It allows you to start stop or query the status of your channels and punchlines.
This command works in two ways. To start an interactive shell, simply launch
channelctl --tenant <tenant_name>
<tenant_name> is a tenant name. From there follow the documented commands.
Use the TAB character to get auto-completion.
Alternatively you can execute commands in non interactive mode using the following syntax:
channelctl --tenant <tenant_name> <options> <arguments>
command is one of the described command you will find using the interactive mode.
- Return a short status information of channels and jobs.
- Use an inline punchlet code, Start channels and jobs.
- Stop channels or jobs.
- Print a description of the current channel and job state.
- Pull or push the tenant configuration from/to the platform configuration store
- clear and reset the screen
- execute the command for a selected channel. a '' wildcard can be used in the channel name to apply the same command to multiple channels. (e.g. : start --channel output_ )
- execute the command for a selected job
a Job name is composed of
/ / the runtime_id/punchline_name must be a valid combination from the channel_structure.json file. Wildcard ('*') can be used in any part of this job Id, to apply the same command to multiple channels/clusters/jobs
- execute the command for a selected job a Job name is composed of
- print the result as json
Here are some self explanatory examples
channelctl --tenant mytenant status
channelctl --tenant mytenant status --channel sourcefire
channelctl --tenant mytenant start --channel sourcefire
channelctl --tenant mytenant start --job */main/to_elasticsearch_topology