phar. The installation command will check for these.
Run this command to install the CLI:
curl -sS https://platform.sh/cli/installer | php
In some Windows terminals you may need
php.exe instead of
platform.phar file from the
Rename the file to
platform, ensure it is executable, and move it into a
directory in your PATH.
Enable autocompletion and shell aliases:
New releases of the CLI are made regularly. Update with this command:
You can run the Platform.sh CLI in your shell by typing
Use the 'list' command to get a list of available options and commands:
There are two ways to authenticate:
The recommended way is
platform login, which lets you log in via a web browser, including via third-party providers such as Google, GitHub and Bitbucket.
If using a browser is not possible, use an API token.
An interactive command is available for this:
For non-interactive uses such as scripts or CI systems, set the API token in an environment variable named
PLATFORMSH_CLI_TOKEN. This can be insecure if not handled properly, although it is appropriate for systems such as CircleCI, Jenkins and GitLab.
Warning: An API token can act as the account that created it, with no restrictions. Use a separate machine account to limit the token's access.
The current output of
platform list is as follows:
Platform.sh CLI Global options: --help -h Display this help message --quiet -q Do not output any message --verbose -v|vv|vvv Increase the verbosity of messages --version -V Display this application version --yes -y Answer "yes" to all prompts; disable interaction --no -n Answer "no" to all prompts Available commands: clear-cache (clearcache, cc) Clear the CLI cache decode Decode an encoded string such as PLATFORM_VARIABLES docs Open the online documentation help Displays help for a command list Lists commands multi Execute a command on multiple projects web Open the Web UI activity activity:get View detailed information on a single activity activity:list (activities, act) Get a list of activities for an environment or project activity:log Display the log for an activity app app:config-get View the configuration of an app app:list (apps) List apps in the project auth auth:api-token-login Log in to Platform.sh using an API token auth:browser-login (login) Log in to Platform.sh via a browser auth:info Display your account information auth:logout (logout) Log out of Platform.sh backup backup:create (backup) Make a backup of an environment backup:list (backups) List available backups of an environment backup:restore Restore an environment backup certificate certificate:add Add an SSL certificate to the project certificate:delete Delete a certificate from the project certificate:get View a certificate certificate:list (certificates, certs) List project certificates commit commit:get Show commit details commit:list (commits) List commits db db:dump Create a local dump of the remote database db:size Estimate the disk usage of a database db:sql (sql) Run SQL on the remote database domain domain:add Add a new domain to the project domain:delete Delete a domain from the project domain:get Show detailed information for a domain domain:list (domains) Get a list of all domains domain:update Update a domain environment environment:activate Activate an environment environment:branch (branch) Branch an environment environment:checkout (checkout) Check out an environment environment:delete Delete an environment environment:drush (drush) Run a drush command on the remote environment environment:http-access (httpaccess) Update HTTP access settings for an environment environment:info Read or set properties for an environment environment:init Initialize an environment from a public Git repository environment:list (environments, env) Get a list of environments environment:logs (log) Read an environment's logs environment:merge (merge) Merge an environment environment:push (push) Push code to an environment environment:redeploy (redeploy) Redeploy an environment environment:relationships (relationships) Show an environment's relationships environment:ssh (ssh) SSH to the current environment environment:synchronize (sync) Synchronize an environment's code and/or data from its parent environment:url (url) Get the public URLs of an environment integration integration:activity:get View detailed information on a single integration activity integration:activity:list (i:act) Get a list of activities for an integration integration:activity:log Display the log for an integration activity integration:add Add an integration to the project integration:delete Delete an integration from a project integration:get View details of an integration integration:list (integrations) View a list of project integration(s) integration:update Update an integration integration:validate Validate an existing integration local local:build (build) Build the current project locally local:dir (dir) Find the local project root local:drush-aliases (drush-aliases) Find the project's Drush aliases mount mount:download Download files from a mount, using rsync mount:list (mounts) Get a list of mounts mount:size Check the disk usage of mounts mount:upload Upload files to a mount, using rsync project project:clear-build-cache Clear a project's build cache project:create (create) Create a new project project:delete Delete a project project:get (get) Clone a project locally project:info Read or set properties for a project project:list (projects, pro) Get a list of all active projects project:set-remote Set the remote project for the current Git repository repo repo:cat Read a file in the project repository repo:ls List files in the project repository route route:get View detailed information about a route route:list (routes) List all routes for an environment self self:install Install or update CLI configuration files self:update (self-update) Update the CLI to the latest version service service:list (services) List services in the project service:mongo:dump (mongodump) Create a binary archive dump of data from MongoDB service:mongo:export (mongoexport) Export data from MongoDB service:mongo:restore (mongorestore) Restore a binary archive dump of data into MongoDB service:mongo:shell (mongo) Use the MongoDB shell service:redis-cli (redis) Access the Redis CLI ssh-cert ssh-cert:load Generate an SSH certificate ssh-key ssh-key:add Add a new SSH key ssh-key:delete Delete an SSH key ssh-key:list (ssh-keys) Get a list of SSH keys in your account tunnel tunnel:close Close SSH tunnels tunnel:info View relationship info for SSH tunnels tunnel:list (tunnels) List SSH tunnels tunnel:open Open SSH tunnels to an app's relationships tunnel:single Open a single SSH tunnel to an app relationship user user:add Add a user to the project user:delete Delete a user from the project user:get View a user's role(s) user:list (users) List project users user:update Update user role(s) on a project variable variable:create Create a variable variable:delete Delete a variable variable:get (vget) View a variable variable:list (variables, var) List variables variable:update Update a variable worker worker:list (workers) Get a list of all deployed workers
You can configure the CLI via the user configuration file
These are the possible keys, and their default values:
api: # Whether to disable the docker-credential-helpers credential storage method. # When enabled (default), and if supported, credentials are stored in: # - OS X: the default keychain # - Linux: the default collection in the Secret Service # - Windows: the Credential Manager under "Generic Credentials" # When disabled or not supported, credentials are stored in a hidden file. disable_credential_helpers: false application: # The default timezone for times displayed or interpreted by the CLI. # An empty (falsy) value here means the PHP or system timezone will be used. # For a list of timezones, see: http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php timezone: ~ # The default date format string, for dates and times displayed by the CLI. # For a list of formats, see: http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php date_format: c # A directory (relative to the home directory) where the CLI can write # user-specific files, for storing state, logs, credentials, etc. writable_user_dir: '.platformsh' local: # Set this to true to avoid some Windows symlink issues. copy_on_windows: false # Configure the Drush executable to use (defaults to 'drush'). drush_executable: null updates: # Whether to check for automatic updates. check: true # The interval between checking for updates (in seconds). 604800 = 7 days. check_interval: 604800
Other customization is available via environment variables:
PLATFORMSH_CLI_DEBUG: set to 1 to enable cURL debugging. Warning: this will print all request information in the terminal, including sensitive access tokens.
PLATFORMSH_CLI_DISABLE_CACHE: set to 1 to disable caching
PLATFORMSH_CLI_HOME: override the home directory (inside which the .platformsh directory is stored)
PLATFORMSH_CLI_NO_COLOR: set to 1 to disable colors in output
PLATFORMSH_CLI_NO_INTERACTION: set to 1 to disable interaction (useful for scripting). Warning: this will bypass any confirmation questions.
PLATFORMSH_CLI_SESSION_ID: change user session (default 'default'). The
session:switchcommand (beta) is now available as an alternative.
PLATFORMSH_CLI_SHELL_CONFIG_FILE: specify the shell configuration file that the installer should write to (as an absolute path). If not set, a file such as
~/.bashrcwill be chosen automatically. Set this to an empty string to disable writing to a shell config file.
PLATFORMSH_CLI_TOKEN: an API token. Warning: An API token can act as the account that created it, with no restrictions. Use a separate machine account to limit the token's access. Additionally, storing a secret in an environment variable can be insecure. It may be better to use the
auth:api-token-logincommand. The environment variable is preferable on CI systems like Jenkins and GitLab.
PLATFORMSH_CLI_UPDATES_CHECK: set to 0 to disable the automatic updates check
PLATFORMSH_CLI_AUTO_LOAD_SSH_CERT: set to 0 to disable automatic loading of an SSH certificate when running login or SSH commands
CLICOLOR_FORCE: set to 1 or 0 to force colorized output on or off, respectively
https_proxy: specify a proxy for connecting to Platform.sh
The CLI caches details of your projects and their environments, and some other
information. These caches could become out-of-date. You can clear caches with
platform clear-cache (or
platform cc for short).
See CONTRIBUTING.md for how to contribute to the CLI.