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Shipyard CLI

Environment Variables

All commands will utilize the following environment variables to determine necessary information for execution, unless otherwise noted.

OpenStack Keystone Authorization environment variables

The Shipyard CLI/API Client will check for the presence of appropriate environment setup to do authentication on behalf of the user. The openrc variables that will be used are as follows:

  • OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME ("default" if not specified)
  • OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME ("default" if not specified)
  • OS_DOMAIN_NAME
  • OS_AUTH_TOKEN
  • OS_PROJECT_NAME
  • OS_USERNAME
  • OS_PASSWORD
  • OS_AUTH_URL The fully qualified identity endpoint. E.g. http://keystone.ucp.fully.qualified.name:80/v3

OpenStack Keystone Authorization environment variables not used

These OpenStack identity variables are not supported by shipyard.

  • OS_IDENTITY_API_VERSION

    This value will be ignored as Shipyard only supports version 3 at this time

Shipyard command options

The base shipyard command supports options that determine cross-CLI behaviors. These options are positioned immediately following the shipyard command as shown here:

shipyard <--these options> subcommands...

shipyard
  [--context-marker=<uuid>]
  [--debug/--no-debug]
  [--os-{various}=<value>]
  [--output-format=[format | raw | cli]]  (default = cli)
  [--verbosity=[0-5]  (default = 1)
  <subcommands, as noted in this document>
--context-marker=<uuid>

Specifies a UUID (8-4-4-4-12 format) that will be used to correlate logs, transactions, etc... in downstream activities triggered by this interaction. If not specified, Shipyard will supply a new UUID to serve as this marker. (optional)

--debug | --no-debug

Enable/disable debugging of this CLI and API client. Defaults to no debug

--os-<various>=<value>

See supported OpenStack Keystone Authorization Environment variables above for the list of supported names, converting to a downcase version of the environment variable. E.g.: --os-auth-url=http://keystone.ucp:80/v3 If not specified, the environment variables matching these options will be used instead. The Keystone os-auth-url should reference the exposed keystone:port for the target Shipyard environment, as this Keystone will be used to discover the instance of Shipyard. For most invocations other than help, a valid combination of values must be resolved to authenticate and authorize the user's invocation.

--output-format=<format | raw | cli>

Specifies the desired output formatting such that:

  • format

    Display the raw output from the invoked Shipyard API in a column restricted mode.

  • raw

    Display the result from the invoked Shipyard API as-is, without modification.

  • cli (default)

    Display results in a plain text interpretation of the response from the invoked Shipyard API.

--verbosity=<0-5>

Integer value specifying the level of verbosity for the response information gathered from the API server. Setting a verbosity of 0 will remove all additional information from the response, a verbosity setting of 1 will include summary level notes and information, and 5 will include all available information. This setting does not necessarily effect all of the CLI commands, but may be set on all invocations. A default value of 1 is used if not specified.

Commit Commands

commit configdocs

Attempts to commit the Shipyard Buffer documents, first invoking validation by downstream components.

shipyard commit configdocs
    [--force]
    [--dryrun]

Example:
    shipyard commit configdocs
--force

Force the commit to occur, even if validations fail.

--dryrun

Retrieve validation status for the contents of the buffer without committing.

Sample

$ shipyard commit configdocs
Configuration documents committed.
Status: Validations succeeded
Reason: Validation
- Info: DD1001
        Message: Rational Boot Storage: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2002
        Message: IP Locality Check: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2003
        Message: MTU Rationality: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2004
        Message: Network Trunking Rationalty: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2005
        Message: Duplicated IP Check: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD3001
        Message: Platform Selection: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD1006
        Message: Network Bond Rationality: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2002
        Message: Storage Partitioning: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD2003
        Message: Storage Sizing: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock
- Info: DD1007
        Message: Allowed Network Check: Validation successful.
        Source: Drydock

####  Errors: 0, Warnings: 0, Infos: 10, Other: 0  ####

Control commands

pause, unpause, stop

Three separate commands with a common format that allow for controlling the processing of actions created in Shipyard.

pause

pause something in progress e.g. an executing action

unpause

unpause something paused e.g. a paused action

stop

stops an executing or paused item e.g. an action

shipyard pause
    <type>
    <id>

shipyard unpause
    <type>
    <id>

shipyard stop
    <type>
    <id>

shipyard
    pause|unpause|stop
    <qualified name>

Example:

    shipyard pause action 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard unpause action 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard stop action 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard pause action/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX
<type>

The type of entity to take action upon. Currently supports: action

<id>

The id of the entity to take action upon.

<qualified name>

The qualified name of the item to take the specified action upon

Sample

$ shipyard pause action/01BZZMEXAVYGG7BT0BMA3RHYY7
pause successfully submitted for action 01BZZMEXAVYGG7BT0BMA3RHYY7

A failed command:

$ shipyard pause action/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN
Error: Unable to pause action
Reason: dag_run state must be running, but is failed
- Error: dag_run state must be running, but is failed

Create Commands

create action

Invokes the specified workflow through Shipyard. Returns the id of the action invoked so that it can be queried subsequently.

shipyard create action
    <action_command>
    --param=<parameter>    (repeatable)
    [--allow-intermediate-commits]

Example:
    shipyard create action redeploy_server --param="target_nodes=mcp"
    shipyard create action update_site --param="continue-on-fail=true"
<action_command>

The action to invoke.

--param=<parameter>

A parameter to be provided to the action being invoked. (repeatable) Note that we can pass in different information to the create action workflow, i.e. name of server to be redeployed, whether to continue the workflow if there are failures in Drydock, e.g. failed health checks.

--allow-intermediate-commits

Allows continuation of a site action, e.g. update_site even when the current committed revision of documents has other prior commits that have not been used as part of a site action.

Sample

$ shipyard create action deploy_site
Name               Action                                   Lifecycle
deploy_site        action/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN        None

create configdocs

Load documents into the Shipyard Buffer. The use of one or more filenames or one or more directory options must be specified.

shipyard create configdocs
    <collection>
    [--append | --replace] [--empty-collection]
    --filename=<filename>    (repeatable)
        |
    --directory=<directory>  (repeatable)

Example:
    shipyard create configdocs design --append --filename=site_design.yaml

Note

If neither append nor replace are specified, the Shipyard API default value of rejectoncontents will be used.

Note

--filename and/or --directory must be specified unless --empty-collection is used.

<collection>

The collection to load.

--append

Add the collection to the Shipyard Buffer. This will fail if the collection already exists.

--replace

Clear the shipyard buffer and replace it with the specified contents.

--empty-collection

Indicate to Shipyard that the named collection should be made empty (contain no documents). If --empty-collection is specified, the files named by --filename or --directory will be ignored.

--filename=<filename>

The file name to use as the contents of the collection. (repeatable) If any documents specified fail basic validation, all of the documents will be rejected. Use of filename parameters may not be used in conjunction with the directory parameter.

--directory=<directory>

A directory containing documents that will be joined and loaded as a collection. (Repeatable) Any documents that fail basic validation will reject the whole set. Use of the directory parameter may not be used with the filename parameter.

--recurse

Recursively search through all directories for sub-directories that contain yaml files.

Sample

$ shipyard create configdocs coll1 --filename=/home/ubuntu/yaml/coll1.yaml
Configuration documents added.
Status: Validations succeeded
Reason: Validation

Attempting to load the same collection into the uncommitted buffer.

$ shipyard create configdocs coll1 --filename=/home/ubuntu/yaml/coll1.yaml
Error: Invalid collection specified for buffer
Reason: Buffermode : rejectoncontents
- Error: Buffer is either not empty or the collection already exists in buffer. Setting a different buffermode may provide the desired functionality

Replace the buffer with --replace

$ shipyard create configdocs coll1 --replace --filename=/home/ubuntu/yaml/coll1.yaml
Configuration documents added.
Status: Validations succeeded
Reason: Validation

Describe Commands

describe

Retrieves the detailed information about the supplied namespaced item

shipyard describe
    <namespaced_item>

Example:
    shipyard describe action/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard describe action 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard describe notedetails/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1KA9TBNA32
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard describe notedetails 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1KA9TBNA32

    shipyard describe step/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX/preflight
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard describe step preflight --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard describe validation/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX/01BTG3PKBS15KCKFZ56XXXBGF2
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard describe validation 01BTG3PKBS15KCKFZ56XXXBGF2 \
        --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard describe workflow/deploy_site__2017-01-01T12:34:56.123456
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard describe workflow deploy_site__2017-01-01T12:34:56.123456

describe action

Retrieves the detailed information about the supplied action id.

shipyard describe action
    <action_id>

Example:
    shipyard describe action 01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

Sample

$ shipyard describe action/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN
Name:                  deploy_site
Action:                action/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN
Lifecycle:             Failed
Parameters:            {}
Datetime:              2017-11-27 20:34:24.610604+00:00
Dag Status:            failed
Context Marker:        71d4112e-8b6d-44e8-9617-d9587231ffba
User:                  shipyard

Steps                                                              Index        State     Footnotes
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/action_xcom                        1            success
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/dag_concurrency_check              2            success
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/deckhand_get_design_version        3            failed    (1)
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/validate_site_design               4            None
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/deckhand_get_design_version        5            failed
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/deckhand_get_design_version        6            failed
step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/drydock_build                      7            None

Step Footnotes        Note
(1)                   > step metadata: deckhand_get_design_version(2017-11-27 20:34:34.443053): Unable to determine version
                        - Info available with 'describe notedetails/09876543210987654321098765'

Commands        User            Datetime
invoke          shipyard        2017-11-27 20:34:34.443053+00:00

Validations: None

Action Notes:
> action metadata: 01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN(2017-11-27 20:34:24.610604): Invoked using revision 3

describe notedetails

Retrieves extended information related to a note.

shipyard describe notedetails <note_id>

Example:
    shipyard describe notedetails/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1KA9TBNA32
<note_id>

The id of the note referenced as having more details in a separate response

Sample

$ shipyard describe notedetails/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1KA9TBNA32
<a potentially large amount of data as returned by the source of info>

describe step

Retrieves the step details associated with an action and step.

shipyard describe step
    <step_id>
    --action=<action id>

Example:
    shipyard describe step preflight --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX
<step id>

The id of the step found in the describe action response.

--action=<action id>

The action id that provides the context for this step.

Sample

$ shipyard describe step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/action_xcom
Name:              action_xcom
Task ID:           step/01BZZK07NF04XPC5F4SCTHNPKN/action_xcom
Index:             1
State:             success
Start Date:        2017-11-27 20:34:45.604109
End Date:          2017-11-27 20:34:45.818946
Duration:          0.214837
Try Number:        1
Operator:          PythonOperator

Step Notes:
> step metadata: deckhand_get_design_version(2017-11-27 20:34:34.443053): Unable to determine version
  - Info available with 'describe notedetails/09876543210987654321098765'

describe validation

Retrieves the validation details associated with an action and validation id

shipyard describe validation
    <validation_id>
    --action=<action_id>

Example:
    shipyard describe validation 01BTG3PKBS15KCKFZ56XXXBGF2 \
        --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX
<validation_id>

The id of the validation found in the describe action response.

--action=<action_id>

The action id that provides the context for this validation.

Sample

TBD

describe workflow

Retrieves the details for a workflow that is running or has run in the workflow engine.

shipyard describe workflow
    <workflow_id>

Example:
    shipyard describe workflow deploy_site__2017-01-01T12:34:56.123456
<workflow_id>

The id of the workflow found in the get workflows response.

Sample

$ shipyard describe workflow deploy_site__2017-11-27T20:34:33.000000
Workflow:                deploy_site__2017-11-27T20:34:33.000000
State:                   failed
Dag ID:                  deploy_site
Execution Date:          2017-11-27 20:34:33
Start Date:              2017-11-27 20:34:33.979594
End Date:                None
External Trigger:        True

Steps                              State
action_xcom                        success
dag_concurrency_check              success
deckhand_get_design_version        failed
validate_site_design               None
deckhand_get_design_version        failed
deckhand_get_design_version        failed
drydock_build                      None

Subworkflows:
Workflow:                deploy_site.deckhand_get_design_version__2017-11-27T20:34:33.000000
State:                   failed
Dag ID:                  deploy_site.deckhand_get_design_version
Execution Date:          2017-11-27 20:34:33
Start Date:              2017-11-27 20:35:06.281825
End Date:                None
External Trigger:        False

Workflow:                deploy_site.deckhand_get_design_version.deckhand_get_design_version__2017-11-27T20:34:33.000000
State:                   failed
Dag ID:                  deploy_site.deckhand_get_design_version.deckhand_get_design_version
Execution Date:          2017-11-27 20:34:33
Start Date:              2017-11-27 20:35:20.725506
End Date:                None
External Trigger:        False

Get Commands

get actions

Lists the actions that have been invoked.

shipyard get actions

Sample

$ shipyard get actions
Name               Action                                   Lifecycle        Execution Time             Step Succ/Fail/Oth        Footnotes
deploy_site        action/01BTP9T2WCE1PAJR2DWYXG805V        Failed           2017-09-23T02:42:12        12/1/3                    (1)
update_site        action/01BZZKMW60DV2CJZ858QZ93HRS        Processing       2017-09-23T04:12:21        6/0/10                    (2)

Action Footnotes        Note
(1)                     > action metadata:01BTP9T2WCE1PAJR2DWYXG805V(2017-09-23 02:42:23.346534): Invoked with revision 3
(2)                     > action metadata:01BZZKMW60DV2CJZ858QZ93HRS(2017-09-23 04:12:31.465342): Invoked with revision 4

get configdocs

Retrieve documents loaded into Shipyard. The possible options include last committed, last site action, last successful site action and retrieval from the Shipyard Buffer. Site actions include deploy_site, update_site and update_software. Note that only one option may be selected when retrieving the documents for a particular collection.

The command will compare the differences between the revisions specified if the collection option is not specified. Note that we can only compare between 2 revisions. The relevant Deckhand revision id will be shown in the output as well.

If both collection and revisions are not specified, the output will show the differences between the 'committed' and 'buffer' revision (default behavior).

shipyard get configdocs
    [--collection=<collection>]
    [--committed | --last-site-action | --successful-site-action | --buffer]
    [--cleartext-secrets]

Example:
    shipyard get configdocs --collection=design
    shipyard get configdocs --collection=design --last-site-action
    shipyard get configdocs
    shipyard get configdocs --committed --last-site-action
--collection=<collection>

The collection to retrieve for viewing. If no collection is entered, the status of the collections in the buffer and those that are committed will be displayed.

--committed

Retrieve the documents that have last been committed for this collection

--last-site-action

Retrieve the documents associated with the last successful or failed site action for this collection

--successful-site-action

Retrieve the documents associated with the last successful site action for this collection

--buffer

Retrive the documents that have been loaded into Shipyard since the prior commit. If no documents have been loaded into the buffer for this collection, this will return an empty response (default)

--cleartext-secrets

Returns secrets as cleartext for encrypted documents if the user has the appropriate permissions in the target environment. If the user does not have the appropriate permissions and sets this flag to true an error is returned. Only impacts returned documents, not lists of documents.

Sample

$ shipyard get configdocs
 Comparing Base: committed (Deckhand revision 2)
         to New: buffer (Deckhand revision 3)
Collection                  Base                  New
coll1                       present               unmodified
coll2                       not present           created
$ shipyard get configdocs --committed --last-site-action
 Comparing Base: last_site_action (Deckhand revision 2)
         to New: committed (Deckhand revision 2)
Collection                    Base                    New
secrets                       present                 unmodified
design                        present                 unmodified
$ shipyard get configdocs --collection=coll1
data:
  chart_groups: [kubernetes-proxy, container-networking, dns, kubernetes, kubernetes-rbac]
  release_prefix: ucp
id: 1
metadata:
  layeringDefinition: {abstract: false, layer: site}
  name: cluster-bootstrap-1
  schema: metadata/Document/v1.0
  storagePolicy: cleartext
schema: armada/Manifest/v1.0
status: {bucket: coll1, revision: 1}

get renderedconfigdocs

Retrieve the rendered version of documents loaded into Shipyard. Rendered documents are the "final" version of the documents after applying Deckhand layering and substitution.

shipyard get renderedconfigdocs
    [--committed | --last-site-action | --successful-site-action | --buffer]
    [--cleartext-secrets]

Example:
    shipyard get renderedconfigdocs
--committed

Retrieve the documents that have last been committed.

--last-site-action

Retrieve the documents associated with the last successful or failed site action.

--successful-site-action

Retrieve the documents associated with the last successful site action.

--buffer

Retrieve the documents that have been loaded into Shipyard since the prior commit. (default)

--cleartext-secrets

Returns secrets as cleartext for encrypted documents if the user has the appropriate permissions in the target environment. If the user does not have the appropriate permissions and sets this flag to true an error is returned.

Sample

$ shipyard get renderedconfigdocs
data:
  chart_groups: [kubernetes-proxy, container-networking, dns, kubernetes, kubernetes-rbac]
  release_prefix: ucp
id: 1
metadata:
  layeringDefinition: {abstract: false, layer: site}
  name: cluster-bootstrap-1
  schema: metadata/Document/v1.0
  storagePolicy: cleartext
schema: armada/Manifest/v1.0
status: {bucket: coll1, revision: 1}

get workflows

Retrieve workflows that are running or have run in the workflow engine. This includes processes that may not have been started as an action (e.g. scheduled tasks).

shipyard get workflows
  [--since=<date>]

Example:
    shipyard get workflows

    shipyard get workflows --since=2017-01-01T12:34:56.123456
--since=<date>

The historical cutoff date to limit the results of this response.

Sample

$ shipyard get workflows
Workflows                                      State
deploy_site__2017-11-27T20:34:33.000000        failed
update_site__2017-11-27T20:45:47.000000        running

get site-statuses

Retrieve the provisioning status of nodes and/or power states of the baremetal machines in the site. If no option provided, retrieve records for both status types.

shipyard get site-statuses
    [--status-type=<status-type>] (repeatable)
               |

Example:
    shipyard get site-statuses
    shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=nodes-provision-status
    shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=machines-power-state
    shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=nodes-provision-status --status-type=machines-power-state
--status-type=<status-type>

Retrieve provisioning statuses of all nodes for status-type "nodes-provision-status" and retrieve power states of all baremetal machines in the site for status-type "machines-power-state".

Sample

$ shipyard get site-statuses

 Nodes Provision Status:
Hostname           Status
abc.xyz.com        Ready
def.xyz.com        Deploying

 Machines Power State:
Hostname           Power State
abc.xyz.com        On
def.xyz.com        On
$ shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=nodes-provision-status

 Nodes Provision Status:
Hostname           Status
abc.xyz.com        Ready
def.xyz.com        Deploying
$ shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=nodes-power-state

 Machines Power State:
Hostname           Power State
abc.xyz.com        On
def.xyz.com        On
$ shipyard get site-statuses --status-type=nodes-provision-status --status-type=nodes-power-state

 Nodes Provision Status:
Hostname           Status
abc.xyz.com        Ready
def.xyz.com        Deploying

 Machines Power State:
Hostname           Power State
abc.xyz.com        On
def.xyz.com        On

Logs Commands

logs

Retrieves the logs of the supplied namespaced item

shipyard logs
    <namespaced_item>

Example:
    shipyard logs step/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX/drydock_validate_site_design
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard logs step drydock_validate_site_design --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard logs step/01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX/drydock_validate_site_design/2
      Equivalent to:
    shipyard logs step drydock_validate_site_design --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX --try=2

logs step

Retrieves the logs for a particular workflow step. Note that 'try' is an optional parameter.

shipyard logs step
    <step_id> --action=<action_name> [--try=<try>]

Example:
    shipyard logs step drydock_validate_site_design --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX

    shipyard logs step drydock_validate_site_design --action=01BTG32JW87G0YKA1K29TKNAFX --try=2

Sample

$ shipyard logs step/01C9VVQSCFS7V9QB5GBS3WFVSE/action_xcom
[2018-04-11 07:30:41,945] {{cli.py:374}} INFO - Running on host airflow-worker-0.airflow-worker-discovery.ucp.svc.cluster.local
[2018-04-11 07:30:41,991] {{models.py:1197}} INFO - Dependencies all met for <TaskInstance: deploy_site.action_xcom 2018-04-11 07:30:37 [queued]>
[2018-04-11 07:30:42,001] {{models.py:1197}} INFO - Dependencies all met for <TaskInstance: deploy_site.action_xcom 2018-04-11 07:30:37 [queued]>
[2018-04-11 07:30:42,001] {{models.py:1407}} INFO -
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Starting attempt 1 of 1
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[2018-04-11 07:30:42,022] {{models.py:1428}} INFO - Executing <Task(PythonOperator): action_xcom> on 2018-04-11 07:30:37
[2018-04-11 07:30:42,023] {{base_task_runner.py:115}} INFO - Running: ['bash', '-c', 'airflow run deploy_site action_xcom 2018-04-11T07:30:37 --job_id 2 --raw -sd DAGS_FOLDER/deploy_site.py']
[2018-04-11 07:30:42,606] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:42,606] {{driver.py:120}} INFO - Generating grammar tables from /usr/lib/python3.5/lib2to3/Grammar.txt
[2018-04-11 07:30:42,635] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:42,634] {{driver.py:120}} INFO - Generating grammar tables from /usr/lib/python3.5/lib2to3/PatternGrammar.txt
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,515] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:43,515] {{configuration.py:206}} WARNING - section/key [celery/celery_ssl_active] not found in config
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,516] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:43,515] {{default_celery.py:41}} WARNING - Celery Executor will run without SSL
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,517] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:43,516] {{__init__.py:45}} INFO - Using executor CeleryExecutor
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,822] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:43,821] {{models.py:189}} INFO - Filling up the DagBag from /usr/local/airflow/dags/deploy_site.py
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,892] {{cli.py:374}} INFO - Running on host airflow-worker-0.airflow-worker-discovery.ucp.svc.cluster.local
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,945] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask: [2018-04-11 07:30:43,944] {{python_operator.py:90}} INFO - Done. Returned value was: None
[2018-04-11 07:30:43,992] {{base_task_runner.py:98}} INFO - Subtask:   """)

Help Commands

help

Provides topical help for shipyard.

Note

--help will provide more specific command help.

shipyard help
    [<topic>]

Example:
    shipyard help configdocs
<topic>

The topic of the help to be displayed. If this parameter is not specified the list of available topics will be displayed.

Sample

$ shipyard help
THE SHIPYARD COMMAND
The base shipyard command supports options that determine cross-CLI behaviors.

FORMAT
shipyard [--context-marker=<uuid>] [--os_{various}=<value>]
    [--debug/--no-debug] [--output-format] <subcommands>

Please Note: --os_auth_url is required for every command except shipyard help
     <topic>.

TOPICS
For information of the following topics, run shipyard help <topic>
    actions
    configdocs