Zuul includes a simple command line client that may be used by administrators to affect Zuul's behavior while running. It must be run on a host that has access to the Gearman server (e.g., locally on the Zuul host).
The client uses the same zuul.conf file as the server, and will look for it in the same locations if not specified on the command line.
The general options that apply to all subcommands are:
The following subcommands are supported:
zuul enqueue --help
zuul enqueue --trigger gerrit --pipeline check --project example_project --change 12345,1
Note that the format of change id is <number>,<patchset>.
zuul promote --help
zuul promote --pipeline check --changes 12345,1 13336,3
Note that the format of changes id is <number>,<patchset>.
zuul show --help
zuul show running-jobs