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doctl

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doctl is a command-line interface (CLI) for the DigitalOcean API.

Usage:
  doctl [command]

Available Commands:
  1-click         Display commands that pertain to 1-click applications
  account         Display commands that retrieve account details
  apps            Display commands for working with apps
  auth            Display commands for authenticating doctl with an account
  balance         Display commands for retrieving your account balance
  billing-history Display commands for retrieving your billing history
  completion      Modify your shell so doctl commands autocomplete with TAB
  compute         Display commands that manage infrastructure
  databases       Display commands that manage databases
  help            Help about any command
  invoice         Display commands for retrieving invoices for your account
  kubernetes      Displays commands to manage Kubernetes clusters and configurations
  monitoring      [Beta] Display commands to manage monitoring
  projects        Manage projects and assign resources to them
  registry        Display commands for working with container registries
  version         Show the current version
  vpcs            Display commands that manage VPCs

Flags:
  -t, --access-token string   API V2 access token
  -u, --api-url string        Override default API endpoint
  -c, --config string         Specify a custom config file (default "$HOME/.config/doctl/config.yaml")
      --context string        Specify a custom authentication context name
  -h, --help                  help for doctl
  -o, --output string         Desired output format [text|json] (default "text")
      --trace                 Show a log of network activity while performing a command
  -v, --verbose               Enable verbose output

Use "doctl [command] --help" for more information about a command.

See the full reference documentation for information about each available command.

Installing doctl

Using a Package Manager (Preferred)

A package manager allows you to install and keep up with new doctl versions using only a few commands. Our community distributes doctl via a growing set of package managers in addition to the officially supported set listed below; chances are good a solution exists for your platform.

MacOS

Use Homebrew to install doctl on macOS:

brew install doctl

doctl is also available via MacPorts. Note that the port is community maintained and may not be on the latest version.

Snap supported OS

Use Snap on Snap-supported systems to install doctl:

sudo snap install doctl
Use with kubectl

Using kubectl requires the kube-config personal-files connection for doctl:

sudo snap connect doctl:kube-config
Using doctl compute ssh

Using doctl compute ssh requires the core ssh-keys interface:

sudo snap connect doctl:ssh-keys :ssh-keys
Use with Docker

Using doctl registry login requires the dot-docker personal-files connection for doctl:

sudo snap connect doctl:dot-docker

This allows doctl to add DigitalOcean container registry credentials to your Docker configuration file.

Arch Linux

doctl is available in the official Arch Linux repository:

sudo pacman -S doctl

As an alternative, you can install it from the AUR.

Fedora

doctl is available in the official Fedora repository:

sudo dnf install doctl
Nix supported OS

Users of NixOS or other supported platforms may install doctl from Nixpkgs. Please note this package is also community maintained and may not be on the latest version.

Docker Hub

Containers for each release are available under the digitalocean organization on Docker Hub. Links to the containers are available in the GitHub releases.

Downloading a Release from GitHub

Visit the Releases page for the doctl GitHub project, and find the appropriate archive for your operating system and architecture. Download the archive from your browser or copy its URL and retrieve it to your home directory with wget or curl.

For example, with wget:

cd ~
wget https://github.com/digitalocean/doctl/releases/download/v<version>/doctl-<version>-linux-amd64.tar.gz

Or with curl:

cd ~
curl -OL https://github.com/digitalocean/doctl/releases/download/v<version>/doctl-<version>-linux-amd64.tar.gz

Extract the binary:

tar xf ~/doctl-<version>-linux-amd64.tar.gz

Or download and extract with this oneliner:

curl -sL https://github.com/digitalocean/doctl/releases/download/v<version>/doctl-<version>-linux-amd64.tar.gz | tar -xzv

where <version> is the full semantic version, e.g., 1.17.0.

On Windows systems, you should be able to double-click the zip archive to extract the doctl executable.

Move the doctl binary to somewhere in your path. For example, on GNU/Linux and OS X systems:

sudo mv ~/doctl /usr/local/bin

Windows users can follow How to: Add Tool Locations to the PATH Environment Variable in order to add doctl to their PATH.

Building with Docker

If you have Docker configured, you can build a local Docker image using doctl's Dockerfile and run doctl within a container.

docker build --tag=doctl .

Then you can run it within a container.

docker run --rm --interactive --tty --env=DIGITALOCEAN_ACCESS_TOKEN="your_DO_token" doctl any_doctl_command

Building the Development Version from Source

If you have a Go environment configured, you can install the development version of doctl from the command line.

go install github.com/digitalocean/doctl/cmd/doctl@latest

While the development version is a good way to take a peek at doctl's latest features before they get released, be aware that it may have bugs. Officially released versions will generally be more stable.

Dependencies

doctl uses Go modules with vendoring.

Authenticating with DigitalOcean

To use doctl, you need to authenticate with DigitalOcean by providing an access token, which can be created from the Applications & API section of the Control Panel. You can learn how to generate a token by following the DigitalOcean API guide.

Docker users will have to use the DIGITALOCEAN_ACCESS_TOKEN environmental variable to authenticate, as explained in the Installation section of this document.

If you're not using Docker to run doctl, authenticate with the auth init command.

doctl auth init

You will be prompted to enter the DigitalOcean access token that you generated in the DigitalOcean control panel.

DigitalOcean access token: your_DO_token

After entering your token, you will receive confirmation that the credentials were accepted. If the token doesn't validate, make sure you copied and pasted it correctly.

Validating token: OK

This will create the necessary directory structure and configuration file to store your credentials.

Logging into multiple DigitalOcean accounts

doctl allows you to log in to multiple DigitalOcean accounts at the same time and easily switch between them with the use of authentication contexts.

By default, a context named default is used. To create a new context, run doctl auth init --context <new-context-name>. You may also pass the new context's name using the DIGITALOCEAN_CONTEXT environment variable. You will be prompted for your API access token which will be associated with the new context.

To use a non-default context, pass the context name to any doctl command. For example:

doctl compute droplet list --context <new-context-name>

To set a new default context, run doctl auth switch --context <new-context-name>. This command will save the current context to the config file and use it for all commands by default if a context is not specified.

The --access-token flag or DIGITALOCEAN_ACCESS_TOKEN environment variable are acknowledged only if the default context is used. Otherwise, they will have no effect on what API access token is used. To temporarily override the access token if a different context is set as default, use doctl --context default --access-token your_DO_token ....

Configuring Default Values

The doctl configuration file is used to store your API Access Token as well as the defaults for command flags. If you find yourself using certain flags frequently, you can change their default values to avoid typing them every time. This can be useful when, for example, you want to change the username or port used for SSH.

On OS X, doctl saves its configuration as ${HOME}/Library/Application Support/doctl/config.yaml. The ${HOME}/Library/Application Support/doctl/ directory will be created once you run doctl auth init.

On Linux, doctl saves its configuration as ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/doctl/config.yaml if the ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME} environmental variable is set, or ~/.config/doctl/config.yaml if it is not. On Windows, the config file location is %APPDATA%\doctl\config.yaml.

The configuration file is automatically created and populated with default properties when you authenticate with doctl for the first time. The typical format for a property is category.command.sub-command.flag: value. For example, the property for the force flag with tag deletion is tag.delete.force.

To change the default SSH user used when connecting to a Droplet with doctl, look for the compute.ssh.ssh-user property and change the value after the colon. In this example, we changed it to the username sammy.

. . .
compute.ssh.ssh-user: sammy
. . .

Save and close the file. The next time you use doctl, the new default values you set will be in effect. In this example, that means that it will SSH as the sammy user (instead of the default root user) next time you log into a Droplet.

Environment variables

In addition to specifying configuration using config.yaml file or program arguments, it is also possible to override values just for the given session with environment variables:

# Use instead of --context argument
DIGITALOCEAN_CONTEXT=my-context doctl auth list
# Use instead of --access-token argument
DIGITALOCEAN_ACCESS_TOKEN=my-do-token doctl

Enabling Shell Auto-Completion

doctl also has auto-completion support. It can be set up so that if you partially type a command and then press TAB, the rest of the command is automatically filled in. For example, if you type doctl comp<TAB><TAB> drop<TAB><TAB> with auto-completion enabled, you'll see doctl compute droplet appear on your command prompt.

Note: Shell auto-completion is not available for Windows users.

How you enable auto-completion depends on which operating system you're using. If you installed doctl via Homebrew, auto-completion is activated automatically, though you may need to configure your local environment to enable it.

doctl can generate an auto-completion script with the doctl completion your_shell_here command. Valid arguments for the shell are Bash (bash), ZSH (zsh), and fish (fish). By default, the script will be printed to the command line output. For more usage examples for the completion command, use doctl completion --help.

Linux Auto Completion

The most common way to use the completion command is by adding a line to your local profile configuration. At the end of your ~/.profile file, add this line:

source <(doctl completion your_shell_here)

If you are using ZSH, add this line to your ~/.zshrc file:

compdef _doctl doctl

Then refresh your profile.

source ~/.profile

MacOS

macOS users will have to install the bash-completion framework to use the auto-completion feature.

brew install bash-completion

After it's installed, load bash_completion by adding the following line to your .profile or .bashrc/.zshrc file.

source $(brew --prefix)/etc/bash_completion

Then refresh your profile using the appropriate command for the bash configurations file.

source ~/.profile
source ~/.bashrc
source ~/.zshrc

Uninstalling doctl

Using a Package Manager

MacOS Uninstall

Use Homebrew to uninstall all current and previous versions of the doctl formula on macOS:

brew uninstall -f doctl

To completely remove the configuration, also remove the following directory:

rm -rf "$HOME/Library/Application Support/doctl"

Examples

doctl is able to interact with all of your DigitalOcean resources. Below are a few common usage examples. To learn more about the features available, see the full tutorial on the DigitalOcean community site.

  • List all Droplets on your account:
doctl compute droplet list
  • Create a Droplet:
doctl compute droplet create <name> --region <region-slug> --image <image-slug> --size <size-slug>
  • Assign a Floating IP to a Droplet:
doctl compute floating-ip-action assign <ip-addr> <droplet-id>
  • Create a new A record for an existing domain:
doctl compute domain records create --record-type A --record-name www --record-data <ip-addr> <domain-name>

doctl also simplifies actions without an API endpoint. For instance, it allows you to SSH to your Droplet by name:

doctl compute ssh <droplet-name>

By default, it assumes you are using the root user. If you want to SSH as a specific user, you can do that as well:

doctl compute ssh <user>@<droplet-name>

Tutorials

Documentation

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Constants

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const (
	// ArgAccessToken is the access token to be used for the operations
	ArgAccessToken = "access-token"
	// ArgContext is the name of the auth context
	ArgContext = "context"
	// ArgDefaultContext is the default auth context
	ArgDefaultContext = "default"
	// ArgActionID is an action id argument.
	ArgActionID = "action-id"
	// ArgActionAfter is an action after argument.
	ArgActionAfter = "after"
	// ArgActionBefore is an action before argument.
	ArgActionBefore = "before"
	// ArgActionResourceType is an action resource type argument.
	ArgActionResourceType = "resource-type"
	// ArgActionRegion is an action region argument.
	ArgActionRegion = "region"
	// ArgActionStatus is an action status argument.
	ArgActionStatus = "status"
	// ArgActionType is an action type argument.
	ArgActionType = "action-type"
	// ArgApp is the app ID.
	ArgApp = "app"
	// ArgAppSpec is a path to an app spec.
	ArgAppSpec = "spec"
	// ArgAppLogType the type of log.
	ArgAppLogType = "type"
	// ArgAppDeployment is the deployment ID.
	ArgAppDeployment = "deployment"
	// ArgAppLogFollow follow logs.
	ArgAppLogFollow = "follow"
	// ArgAppLogTail tail logs.
	ArgAppLogTail = "tail"
	// ArgAppForceRebuild forces a deployment rebuild
	ArgAppForceRebuild = "force-rebuild"
	// ArgAppAlertDestinations is a path to an app alert destination file.
	ArgAppAlertDestinations = "app-alert-destinations"
	// ArgClusterName is a cluster name argument.
	ArgClusterName = "cluster-name"
	// ArgClusterVersionSlug is a cluster version argument.
	ArgClusterVersionSlug = "version"
	// ArgVPCUUID is a VPC UUID argument.
	ArgVPCUUID = "vpc-uuid"
	// ArgClusterVPCUUID is a cluster vpc-uuid argument.
	ArgClusterVPCUUID = "vpc-uuid"
	// ArgClusterNodePool are a cluster's node pools arguments.
	ArgClusterNodePool = "node-pool"
	// ArgClusterUpdateKubeconfig updates the local kubeconfig.
	ArgClusterUpdateKubeconfig = "update-kubeconfig"
	// ArgNodePoolName is a cluster's node pool name argument.
	ArgNodePoolName = "name"
	// ArgNodePoolCount is a cluster's node pool count argument.
	ArgNodePoolCount = "count"
	// ArgNodePoolAutoScale is a cluster's node pool auto_scale argument.
	ArgNodePoolAutoScale = "auto-scale"
	// ArgNodePoolMinNodes is a cluster's node pool min_nodes argument.
	ArgNodePoolMinNodes = "min-nodes"
	// ArgNodePoolMaxNodes is a cluster's node pool max_nodes argument.
	ArgNodePoolMaxNodes = "max-nodes"
	// ArgNodePoolNodeIDs is a cluster's node pool nodes argument.
	ArgNodePoolNodeIDs = "node-ids"
	// ArgMaintenanceWindow is a cluster's maintenance window argument
	ArgMaintenanceWindow = "maintenance-window"
	// ArgAutoUpgrade is a cluster's auto-upgrade argument.
	ArgAutoUpgrade = "auto-upgrade"
	// ArgHA is a cluster's highly available control plane argument.
	ArgHA = "ha"
	// ArgSurgeUpgrade is a cluster's surge-upgrade argument.
	ArgSurgeUpgrade = "surge-upgrade"
	// ArgCommandUpsert is an upsert for a resource to be created or updated argument.
	ArgCommandUpsert = "upsert"
	// ArgCommandWait is a wait for a resource to be created argument.
	ArgCommandWait = "wait"
	// ArgSetCurrentContext is a flag to set the new kubeconfig context as current.
	ArgSetCurrentContext = "set-current-context"
	// ArgDropletID is a droplet id argument.
	ArgDropletID = "droplet-id"
	// ArgDropletIDs is a list of droplet IDs.
	ArgDropletIDs = "droplet-ids"
	// ArgKernelID is a kernel id argument.
	ArgKernelID = "kernel-id"
	// ArgKubernetesLabel is a Kubernetes label argument.
	ArgKubernetesLabel = "label"
	// ArgKubernetesTaint is a Kubernetes taint argument.
	ArgKubernetesTaint = "taint"
	// ArgKubernetesAlias is a Kubernetes alias argument that saves authentication information under the specified context.
	ArgKubernetesAlias = "alias"
	// ArgKubeConfigExpirySeconds indicates the length of time the token in a kubeconfig will be valid in seconds.
	ArgKubeConfigExpirySeconds = "expiry-seconds"
	// ArgImage is an image argument.
	ArgImage = "image"
	// ArgImageID is an image id argument.
	ArgImageID = "image-id"
	// ArgImagePublic is a public image argument.
	ArgImagePublic = "public"
	// ArgImageSlug is an image slug argument.
	ArgImageSlug = "image-slug"
	// ArgIPAddress is an IP address argument.
	ArgIPAddress = "ip-address"
	// ArgDropletName is a droplet name argument.
	ArgDropletName = "droplet-name"
	// ArgResizeDisk is a resize disk argument.
	ArgResizeDisk = "resize-disk"
	// ArgSnapshotName is a snapshot name argument.
	ArgSnapshotName = "snapshot-name"
	// ArgSnapshotDesc is the description for volume snapshot.
	ArgSnapshotDesc = "snapshot-desc"
	// ArgResourceType is the resource type for snapshot.
	ArgResourceType = "resource"
	// ArgBackups is an enable backups argument.
	ArgBackups = "enable-backups"
	// ArgIPv6 is an enable IPv6 argument.
	ArgIPv6 = "enable-ipv6"
	// ArgPrivateNetworking is an enable private networking argument.
	ArgPrivateNetworking = "enable-private-networking"
	// ArgMonitoring is an enable monitoring argument.
	ArgMonitoring = "enable-monitoring"
	// ArgDropletAgent is an argument for enabling/disabling the Droplet agent.
	ArgDropletAgent = "droplet-agent"
	// ArgRecordData is a record data argument.
	ArgRecordData = "record-data"
	// ArgRecordID is a record id argument.
	ArgRecordID = "record-id"
	// ArgRecordName is a record name argument.
	ArgRecordName = "record-name"
	// ArgRecordPort is a record port argument.
	ArgRecordPort = "record-port"
	// ArgRecordPriority is a record priority argument.
	ArgRecordPriority = "record-priority"
	// ArgRecordType is a record type argument.
	ArgRecordType = "record-type"
	// ArgRecordTTL is a record ttl argument.
	ArgRecordTTL = "record-ttl"
	// ArgRecordWeight is a record weight argument.
	ArgRecordWeight = "record-weight"
	// ArgRecordFlags is a record flags argument.
	ArgRecordFlags = "record-flags"
	// ArgRecordTag is a record tag argument.
	ArgRecordTag = "record-tag"
	// ArgRegionSlug is a region slug argument.
	ArgRegionSlug = "region"
	// ArgSchemaOnly is a schema only argument.
	ArgSchemaOnly = "schema-only"
	// ArgSizeSlug is a size slug argument.
	ArgSizeSlug = "size"
	// ArgSizeUnit is a size unit argument.
	ArgSizeUnit = "size-unit"
	// ArgsSSHKeyPath is a ssh argument.
	ArgsSSHKeyPath = "ssh-key-path"
	// ArgSSHKeys is a ssh key argument.
	ArgSSHKeys = "ssh-keys"
	// ArgsSSHPort is a ssh argument.
	ArgsSSHPort = "ssh-port"
	// ArgsSSHAgentForwarding is a ssh argument.
	ArgsSSHAgentForwarding = "ssh-agent-forwarding"
	// ArgsSSHPrivateIP is a ssh argument.
	ArgsSSHPrivateIP = "ssh-private-ip"
	// ArgSSHCommand is a ssh argument.
	ArgSSHCommand = "ssh-command"
	// ArgUserData is a user data argument.
	ArgUserData = "user-data"
	// ArgUserDataFile is a user data file location argument.
	ArgUserDataFile = "user-data-file"
	// ArgImageName name is an image name argument.
	ArgImageName = "image-name"
	// ArgImageExternalURL is a URL that returns an image file.
	ArgImageExternalURL = "image-url"
	// ArgImageDistro is the name of a custom image's distribution
	ArgImageDistro = "image-distribution"
	// ArgImageDescription is free text that describes the image.
	ArgImageDescription = "image-description"
	// ArgKey is a key argument.
	ArgKey = "key"
	// ArgKeyName is a key name argument.
	ArgKeyName = "key-name"
	// ArgKeyPublicKey is a public key argument.
	ArgKeyPublicKey = "public-key"
	// ArgKeyPublicKeyFile is a public key file argument.
	ArgKeyPublicKeyFile = "public-key-file"
	// ArgSSHUser is a SSH user argument.
	ArgSSHUser = "ssh-user"
	// ArgFormat is columns to include in output argument.
	ArgFormat = "format"
	// ArgNoHeader hides the output header.
	ArgNoHeader = "no-header"
	// ArgPollTime is how long before the next poll argument.
	ArgPollTime = "poll-timeout"
	// ArgTagName is a tag name
	// NOTE: ArgTagName will be deprecated once existing uses have been migrated
	// to use `--tag` (ArgTag). ArgTagName should not be used on new calls.
	ArgTagName = "tag-name"
	// ArgTagNames is a slice of possible tag names
	// NOTE: ArgTagNames will be deprecated once existing uses have been migrated
	// to use `--tag` (ArgTag). ArgTagNames should not be used on new calls.
	ArgTagNames = "tag-names"
	// ArgTag specifies tag.  --tag can be repeated or multiple tags can be , separated.
	ArgTag = "tag"
	//ArgTemplate is template format
	ArgTemplate = "template"
	// ArgVersion is the version of the command to use
	ArgVersion = "version"
	// ArgVerbose enables verbose output
	ArgVerbose = "verbose"

	// ArgOutput is an output type argument.
	ArgOutput = "output"

	// ArgVolumeSize is the size of a volume.
	ArgVolumeSize = "size"
	// ArgVolumeDesc is the description of a volume.
	ArgVolumeDesc = "desc"
	// ArgVolumeRegion is the region of a volume.
	ArgVolumeRegion = "region"
	// ArgVolumeSnapshot is the snapshot from which to create a volume.
	ArgVolumeSnapshot = "snapshot"
	// ArgVolumeFilesystemType is the filesystem type for a volume.
	ArgVolumeFilesystemType = "fs-type"
	// ArgVolumeFilesystemLabel is the filesystem label for a volume.
	ArgVolumeFilesystemLabel = "fs-label"
	// ArgVolumeList is the IDs of many volumes.
	ArgVolumeList = "volumes"
	// ArgVolumeSnapshotList is the IDs of many volume snapshots.
	ArgVolumeSnapshotList = "snapshots"
	// ArgLoadBalancerList is the IDs of many load balancers.
	ArgLoadBalancerList = "load-balancers"

	// ArgCDNTTL is a cdn ttl argument
	ArgCDNTTL = "ttl"
	// ArgCDNDomain is a cdn custom domain argument
	ArgCDNDomain = "domain"
	// ArgCDNCertificateID is a certificate id to use with a custom domain
	ArgCDNCertificateID = "certificate-id"
	// ArgCDNFiles is a cdn files argument
	ArgCDNFiles = "files"

	// ArgCertificateName is a name of the certificate.
	ArgCertificateName = "name"
	// ArgCertificateDNSNames is a list of DNS names.
	ArgCertificateDNSNames = "dns-names"
	// ArgPrivateKeyPath is a path to a private key for the certificate.
	ArgPrivateKeyPath = "private-key-path"
	// ArgLeafCertificatePath is a path to a certificate leaf.
	ArgLeafCertificatePath = "leaf-certificate-path"
	// ArgCertificateChainPath is a path to a certificate chain.
	ArgCertificateChainPath = "certificate-chain-path"
	// ArgCertificateType is a certificate type.
	ArgCertificateType = "type"

	// ArgLoadBalancerName is a name of the load balancer.
	ArgLoadBalancerName = "name"
	// ArgLoadBalancerAlgorithm is a load balancing algorithm.
	ArgLoadBalancerAlgorithm = "algorithm"
	// ArgRedirectHTTPToHTTPS is a flag that indicates whether HTTP requests to the load balancer on port 80 should be redirected to HTTPS on port 443.
	ArgRedirectHTTPToHTTPS = "redirect-http-to-https"
	// ArgEnableProxyProtocol is a flag that indicates whether PROXY protocol should be enabled on the load balancer.
	ArgEnableProxyProtocol = "enable-proxy-protocol"
	// ArgDisableLetsEncryptDNSRecords is a flag that when set will disable the creation of DNS records pointing to the load balancer IP from the apex domain in the cert.
	ArgDisableLetsEncryptDNSRecords = "disable-lets-encrypt-dns-records"
	// ArgEnableBackendKeepalive is a flag that indicates whether keepalive connections should be enabled to target droplets from the load balancer.
	ArgEnableBackendKeepalive = "enable-backend-keepalive"
	// ArgStickySessions is a list of sticky sessions settings for the load balancer.
	ArgStickySessions = "sticky-sessions"
	// ArgHealthCheck is a list of health check settings for the load balancer.
	ArgHealthCheck = "health-check"
	// ArgForwardingRules is a list of forwarding rules for the load balancer.
	ArgForwardingRules = "forwarding-rules"

	// ArgFirewallName is a name of the firewall.
	ArgFirewallName = "name"
	// ArgInboundRules is a list of inbound rules for the firewall.
	ArgInboundRules = "inbound-rules"
	// ArgOutboundRules is a list of outbound rules for the firewall.
	ArgOutboundRules = "outbound-rules"

	// ArgProjectName is the name of a project.
	ArgProjectName = "name"
	// ArgProjectDescription is the description of a project.
	ArgProjectDescription = "description"
	// ArgProjectPurpose is the purpose of a project.
	ArgProjectPurpose = "purpose"
	// ArgProjectEnvironment is the environment of a project. Should be one of 'Development', 'Staging', 'Production'.
	ArgProjectEnvironment = "environment"
	// ArgProjectIsDefault is used to change the default project.
	ArgProjectIsDefault = "is_default"
	// ArgProjectResource is a flag for your resource URNs
	ArgProjectResource = "resource"

	// ArgDatabaseEngine is a flag for specifying which database engine to use
	ArgDatabaseEngine = "engine"
	// ArgDatabaseNumNodes is the number of nodes in the database cluster
	ArgDatabaseNumNodes = "num-nodes"
	// ArgDatabaseMaintenanceDay is the new day for the maintenance window
	ArgDatabaseMaintenanceDay = "day"
	// ArgDatabaseMaintenanceHour is the new hour for the maintenance window
	ArgDatabaseMaintenanceHour = "hour"
	// ArgDatabasePoolUserName is the name of user for use with connection pool
	ArgDatabasePoolUserName = "user"
	// ArgDatabasePoolDBName is the database for use with connection pool
	ArgDatabasePoolDBName = "db"
	// ArgDatabasePoolSize is the flag for connection pool size
	ArgDatabasePoolSize = "size"
	// ArgDatabasePoolMode is the flag for connection pool mode
	ArgDatabasePoolMode = "mode"
	// ArgDatabaseUserMySQLAuthPlugin is a flag for setting the MySQL user auth plugin
	ArgDatabaseUserMySQLAuthPlugin = "mysql-auth-plugin"

	// ArgPrivateNetworkUUID is the flag for VPC UUID
	ArgPrivateNetworkUUID = "private-network-uuid"

	// ArgForce forces confirmation on actions
	ArgForce = "force"

	// ArgObjectName is the Kubernetes object name
	ArgObjectName = "name"
	// ArgObjectNamespace is the Kubernetes object namespace
	ArgObjectNamespace = "namespace"

	// ArgVPCName is a name of the VPC.
	ArgVPCName = "name"
	// ArgVPCDescription is a VPC description.
	ArgVPCDescription = "description"
	// ArgVPCDefault is the VPC default argument, to update a specific VPC to the default VPC.
	ArgVPCDefault = "default"
	// ArgVPCIPRange is a VPC range of IP addresses in CIDR notation.
	ArgVPCIPRange = "ip-range"

	// ArgReadWrite indicates a generated token should be read/write.
	ArgReadWrite = "read-write"
	// ArgRegistryExpirySeconds indicates the length of time the token will be valid in seconds.
	ArgRegistryExpirySeconds = "expiry-seconds"
	// ArgSubscriptionTier is a subscription tier slug.
	ArgSubscriptionTier = "subscription-tier"
	// ArgGCIncludeUntaggedManifests indicates that a garbage collection should delete
	// all untagged manifests.
	ArgGCIncludeUntaggedManifests = "include-untagged-manifests"
	// ArgGCExcludeUnreferencedBlobs indicates that a garbage collection should
	// not delete unreferenced blobs.
	ArgGCExcludeUnreferencedBlobs = "exclude-unreferenced-blobs"
	// ArgRegistryAuthorizationServerEndpoint is the endpoint of the OAuth authorization server
	// used to revoke credentials on logout.
	ArgRegistryAuthorizationServerEndpoint = "authorization-server-endpoint"

	// ArgOneClicks is the flag to pass in 1-click application slugs
	ArgOneClicks = "1-clicks"

	// ArgOneClickType is the type of 1-Click
	ArgOneClickType = "type"

	//ArgDangerous indicates whether to delete the cluster and all it's associated resources
	ArgDangerous = "dangerous"

	// ArgDatabaseFirewallRule the firewall rules.
	ArgDatabaseFirewallRule = "rule"

	// ArgDatabaseFirewallRuleUUID is the UUID for the firewall rules.
	ArgDatabaseFirewallRuleUUID = "uuid"

	// ArgAlertPolicyDescription is the flag to pass in the alert policy description.
	ArgAlertPolicyDescription = "description"

	// ArgAlertPolicyType is the alert policy type.
	ArgAlertPolicyType = "type"

	// ArgAlertPolicyValue is the alert policy value.
	ArgAlertPolicyValue = "value"

	// ArgAlertPolicyWindow is the alert policy window.
	ArgAlertPolicyWindow = "window"

	// ArgAlertPolicyTags is the alert policy tags.
	ArgAlertPolicyTags = "tags"

	// ArgAlertPolicyEntities is the alert policy entities.
	ArgAlertPolicyEntities = "entities"

	// ArgAlertPolicyEnabled is whether the alert policy is enabled.
	ArgAlertPolicyEnabled = "enabled"

	// ArgAlertPolicyCompare is the alert policy comparator.
	ArgAlertPolicyCompare = "compare"

	// ArgAlertPolicyEmails are the emails to send alerts to.
	ArgAlertPolicyEmails = "emails"

	// ArgAlertPolicySlackChannels are the Slack channels to send alerts to.
	ArgAlertPolicySlackChannels = "slack-channels"

	// ArgAlertPolicySlackURLs are the Slack URLs to send alerts to.
	ArgAlertPolicySlackURLs = "slack-urls"
)
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const (
	// ArgShortForce forces confirmation on actions
	ArgShortForce = "f"
)
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const (
	// LatestReleaseURL is the latest release URL endpoint.
	LatestReleaseURL = "https://api.github.com/repos/digitalocean/doctl/releases/latest"
)

Variables

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var (
	// Build is set at build time. It defines the git SHA for the current
	// build.
	Build string

	// Major is set at build time. It defines the major semantic version of
	// doctl.
	Major string

	// Minor is set at build time. It defines the minor semantic version of
	// doctl.
	Minor string

	// Patch is set at build time. It defines the patch semantic version of
	// doctl.
	Patch string

	// Label is set at build time. It defines the string that comes after the
	// version of doctl, ie, the "dev" in v1.0.0-dev.
	Label string

	// DoitVersion is doctl's version.
	DoitVersion Version

	// TraceHTTP traces http connections.
	TraceHTTP bool
)

Functions

func CommandName added in v1.21.0

func CommandName() string

CommandName returns the name by which doctl was invoked

Types

type Config

type Config interface {
	GetGodoClient(trace bool, accessToken string) (*godo.Client, error)
	SSH(user, host, keyPath string, port int, opts ssh.Options) runner.Runner
	Listen(url *url.URL, token string, schemaFunc listen.SchemaFunc, out io.Writer) listen.ListenerService
	Set(ns, key string, val interface{})
	IsSet(key string) bool
	GetString(ns, key string) (string, error)
	GetBool(ns, key string) (bool, error)
	GetBoolPtr(ns, key string) (*bool, error)
	GetInt(ns, key string) (int, error)
	GetIntPtr(ns, key string) (*int, error)
	GetStringSlice(ns, key string) ([]string, error)
	GetStringMapString(ns, key string) (map[string]string, error)
}

Config is an interface that represent doit's config.

type GithubLatestVersioner added in v1.0.0

type GithubLatestVersioner struct{}

GithubLatestVersioner retrieves the latest version from GitHub.

func (*GithubLatestVersioner) LatestVersion added in v1.0.0

func (glv *GithubLatestVersioner) LatestVersion() (string, error)

LatestVersion retrieves the latest version from Github or returns an error.

type LatestVersioner added in v1.0.0

type LatestVersioner interface {
	LatestVersion() (string, error)
}

LatestVersioner an interface for detecting the latest version.

type LiveConfig

type LiveConfig struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

LiveConfig is an implementation of Config for live values.

func (*LiveConfig) GetBool added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetBool(ns, key string) (bool, error)

GetBool returns a config value as a bool.

func (*LiveConfig) GetBoolPtr added in v1.31.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetBoolPtr(ns, key string) (*bool, error)

GetBoolPtr returns a config value as a bool pointer.

func (*LiveConfig) GetGodoClient added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetGodoClient(trace bool, accessToken string) (*godo.Client, error)

GetGodoClient returns a GodoClient.

func (*LiveConfig) GetInt added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetInt(ns, key string) (int, error)

GetInt returns a config value as an int.

func (*LiveConfig) GetIntPtr added in v1.31.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetIntPtr(ns, key string) (*int, error)

GetIntPtr returns a config value as an int pointer.

func (*LiveConfig) GetString added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetString(ns, key string) (string, error)

GetString returns a config value as a string.

func (*LiveConfig) GetStringMapString added in v1.38.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetStringMapString(ns, key string) (map[string]string, error)

GetStringMapString returns a config value as a string to string map.

func (*LiveConfig) GetStringSlice added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) GetStringSlice(ns, key string) ([]string, error)

GetStringSlice returns a config value as a string slice.

func (*LiveConfig) IsSet added in v1.11.0

func (c *LiveConfig) IsSet(key string) bool

IsSet checks if a config is set

func (*LiveConfig) Listen added in v1.57.0

func (c *LiveConfig) Listen(url *url.URL, token string, schemaFunc listen.SchemaFunc, out io.Writer) listen.ListenerService

Listen creates a websocket connection

func (*LiveConfig) SSH

func (c *LiveConfig) SSH(user, host, keyPath string, port int, opts ssh.Options) runner.Runner

SSH creates a ssh connection to a host.

func (*LiveConfig) Set added in v0.5.0

func (c *LiveConfig) Set(ns, key string, val interface{})

Set sets a config key.

type MissingArgsErr added in v0.5.0

type MissingArgsErr struct {
	Command string
}

MissingArgsErr is returned when there are too few arguments for a command.

func NewMissingArgsErr added in v0.5.0

func NewMissingArgsErr(cmd string) *MissingArgsErr

NewMissingArgsErr creates a MissingArgsErr instance.

func (*MissingArgsErr) Error added in v0.5.0

func (e *MissingArgsErr) Error() string

type MockListener added in v1.57.0

type MockListener struct {
	Err error
}

MockListener is an implementation of ListenerService for mocking.

func (*MockListener) Start added in v1.57.0

func (tr *MockListener) Start() error

Start mocks ListenerService.Start

func (*MockListener) Stop added in v1.57.0

func (tr *MockListener) Stop()

Stop mocks ListenerService.Stop

type MockRunner added in v0.5.0

type MockRunner struct {
	Err error
}

MockRunner is an implementation of Runner for mocking.

func (*MockRunner) Run added in v0.5.0

func (tr *MockRunner) Run() error

Run mock runs things.

type TestConfig

type TestConfig struct {
	SSHFn    func(user, host, keyPath string, port int, opts ssh.Options) runner.Runner
	ListenFn func(url *url.URL, token string, schemaFunc listen.SchemaFunc, out io.Writer) listen.ListenerService

	IsSetMap map[string]bool
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

TestConfig is an implementation of Config for testing.

func NewTestConfig

func NewTestConfig() *TestConfig

NewTestConfig creates a new, ready-to-use instance of a TestConfig.

func (*TestConfig) GetBool added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetBool(ns, key string) (bool, error)

GetBool returns the bool value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetBoolPtr added in v1.31.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetBoolPtr(ns, key string) (*bool, error)

GetBoolPtr returns the bool value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetGodoClient added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetGodoClient(trace bool, accessToken string) (*godo.Client, error)

GetGodoClient mocks a GetGodoClient call. The returned godo client will be nil.

func (*TestConfig) GetInt added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetInt(ns, key string) (int, error)

GetInt returns the int value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetIntPtr added in v1.31.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetIntPtr(ns, key string) (*int, error)

GetIntPtr returns the int value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetString added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetString(ns, key string) (string, error)

GetString returns the string value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetStringMapString added in v1.38.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetStringMapString(ns, key string) (map[string]string, error)

GetStringMapString returns the string-to-string value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) GetStringSlice added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) GetStringSlice(ns, key string) ([]string, error)

GetStringSlice returns the string slice value for the key in the given namespace. Because this is a mock implementation, and error will never be returned.

func (*TestConfig) IsSet added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) IsSet(key string) bool

IsSet returns true if the given key is set on the config.

func (*TestConfig) Listen added in v1.57.0

func (c *TestConfig) Listen(url *url.URL, token string, schemaFunc listen.SchemaFunc, out io.Writer) listen.ListenerService

Listen returns a mock websocket listener

func (*TestConfig) SSH

func (c *TestConfig) SSH(user, host, keyPath string, port int, opts ssh.Options) runner.Runner

SSH returns a mock SSH runner.

func (*TestConfig) Set added in v1.22.0

func (c *TestConfig) Set(ns, key string, val interface{})

Set sets a config key.

type TooManyArgsErr added in v1.50.0

type TooManyArgsErr struct {
	Command string
}

TooManyArgsErr is returned when there are too many arguments for a command.

func NewTooManyArgsErr added in v1.50.0

func NewTooManyArgsErr(cmd string) *TooManyArgsErr

NewTooManyArgsErr creates a TooManyArgsErr instance.

func (*TooManyArgsErr) Error added in v1.50.0

func (e *TooManyArgsErr) Error() string

type Version added in v1.0.0

type Version struct {
	Major, Minor, Patch int
	Name, Build, Label  string
}

Version is the version info for doit.

func (Version) Complete added in v1.0.0

func (v Version) Complete(lv LatestVersioner) string

Complete is the complete version for doit.

func (Version) String added in v1.0.0

func (v Version) String() string

Directories

Path Synopsis
cmd
do
mocks
Package mocks is a generated GoMock package.
Package mocks is a generated GoMock package.
pkg
ssh
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