WARNING: Jenkins X version 2.x is deprecated.
Please refer to the v3 documentation for the latest supported version.
If you have used kubernetes before you’re probably used the kubectl command line to view kubernetes resources:
kubectl get pods
View Jenkins Console
If you are familiar with the Jenkins console then you can use jx console:
to open it in a browser.
To view the current pipeline activity jx get activities:
jx get activities
If you want to watch whats going on with your app
myapp you can use:
jx get activities -f myapp -w
Which will watch the pipeline activities and update the screen whenever a significant change happens (e.g. a release completes, a PR is created to start promotion etc).
Pipeline Build logs
To view the current pipeline build logs via jx get build logs:
jx get build logs
You are then presented with all the possible pipelines to watch.
You can quickly filter that via
jx get build logs -f myapp
or if you wish to be explicit
jx get build logs myorg/myapp/master
To view the current configured pipelines use jx get pipelines:
jx get pipelines
To view all the applications in your team across all your environments with URLs and pod counts use jx get applications:
jx get applications
If you want to hide the URLs or the pod counts you can use
-p. e.g. to hide the URLs:
jx get applications -u
Or hide the pod counts:
jx get applications -p
You can also filter the apps by an environment:
jx get applications -e staging
jx get environments
You can also
- create a new environment via jx create environment
- edit an environment via jx edit environment
- delete an environment via jx delete environment
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