Use the following general commands via the Seven Bridges Command Line Interface.
Use this command to get help for the Seven Bridges Command Line Interface commands.
Usage: sb [command] Available Commands: apps Manage apps on the CGC. billing Obtain information about available billing groups. configure Configure credentials to access your project on the CGC. exports Manage exports on the CGC. files Manage files on the CGC. upload Upload your files to the CGC download Download your files from the CGC. imports Manage imports on the CGC. members Manage project members on the CGC. projects Manage projects on the CGC. tasks Manage tasks on the CGC. version Display the version of application currently used. volumes Manage volumes on the CGC. whoami Display information about the current user. troubleshoot Creates an archive file that can be sent to SevenBridges support. Global Flags: - -config string Configuration file to use instead of the default one. - -debug Run the command with debug information in the output. - -dryrun Display output of a command without running it. -h, - -help help for sb - -no-color Turn on/off the color of the output. - -output string The formatting style for command output ("text", "json", "table"). (default "text") - -profile string Configuration profile to use from credentials file. (default "default") - -quiet Suppress chatty console output.
sb troubleshoot command is an easy way to report a problem with the Seven Bridges Command Line Interface, with all relevant information included. This command generates a debug file on a specific location (on your local machine), so that you can send it to the Seven Bridges Support Team ([email protected]) along with the description of the problem. The location of the generated file is
$HOME/.sevenbridges/sb/report.tar.gz and it will contain relevant information that should help Seven Bridges engineers identify the problem.
sb troubleshoot [flags]
--help- Help for the
This is a one-time operation that sets up user credentials for accessing a project on a specific environment. In order to access a project on the CGC, specify the environment and provide your corresponding authorization token.
Usage: sb configure [flags] Flags: -h, - -help help for configure
This command returns information about the current user accessing the CGC.
Usage: sb whoami [flags] Flags: -h, - -help help for whoami
This command displays the version of the application currently used.
Usage: sb version [flags] Flags: -h, - -help help for version
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