CLI: Remote Sites



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The CLI references “skysync.” This is expected.

Managing Remote Sites

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

List the Remote Sites

Getting the list of remote sites is the first step in managing the sites.

parameter

description

required

default

parameter

description

required

default

connected

Only retrieve connected sites

optional

 

search, q

Search text

optional

 

active

Only retrieve active sites

optional

 

offset

Search offset

optional

0

limit

Search page size

optional

20

Example 1: List all the remote sties

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

Command

skysync-cli sites list

Example results

ID Name Connected IP Address Enabled a23c94ed9edd46ae85da4401aeecdf3e remote site 1 true xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx true

Example results (JSON)

[ { "id": "a23c94ed9edd46ae85da4401aeecdf3e", "name": "remote site 1", "connected": true, "ip_address": "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx", "disabled": false, "status_updated_on": 1506620840 } ]

 

Example 2: List connected remote sties

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

Command

 

Example 3: List disconnected remote sties

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

Command

 

Example 4: List sites with "test" in their name

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

Command

Command

 

Example 5: List the sites skipping the first 5

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  

Command

 

Show a Remote Site

This command will show the details of the specified remote site.

parameter

description

required

default

parameter

description

required

default

id

The ID of the remote site for which details will be shown

required

 

 

In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  The parameters within the two curly braces (including the braces) will need to be replaced with valid values.

Command with variables

Command with example values

Example results

Example results (JSON)

Example results (JSON)

If the ID entered does not correspond to an existing site, for example, if the site was already deleted, the expected output is the following.

Expected results

Expected results (JSON)

 

Download a Remote Site Installation Package

This command downloads an Installation Package for a Remote Site.  By default, the installation package is an appSettings.json file, but it can also include the installer if configured on the server

parameter

description

required

default

parameter

description

required

default

id

The ID of the remote site for which the installation package will be downloaded

required

 

targetDirectory

Relative or absolute path to save the downloaded installation package

optional

(current directory)

 

In the following examples, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  The parameters within the two curly braces (including the braces) need to be replaced with valid values.

Example 1: Download remote site package to default directory

Command with variables

Command with example values

Example results

 

Example 2: Download remote site package to specified directory

Command with variables

Command with example values

Example results

 

Create a Remote Site

This command provides the ability to create a remote site.  The authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  The parameters within the two curly braces (including the braces) will need to be replaced with valid values.

Command with variables

Command with sample values

Sample expected results

 

Delete a Remote Site

This command provides the ability to remove a remote site.  The authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  The parameters within the two curly braces (including the braces) will need to be replaced with valid values.

Example with variables

Example with sample values

Expected results

If the ID entered does not correspond to an existing site, for example, if the site was already deleted, the expected output is the following.

Expected results

 

The response is only available in the default format.  If JSON output is specified, no output will be provided.

 

Manage a Remote Site

The commands to support the management of a remote site follow the same format as the commands used to manage the management server with one additional parameter to specify the site being managed.

parameter

description

required

default

parameter

description

required

default

site

The ID of the site being managed

required for the management of a specific site

 

Example 1: Listing the connections for a remote site

In this example, the connections for the remote site are listed.  In the following example, the authentication parameters are provided within the configuration file.  See the authentication section for more information.  The parameters within the two curly braces (including the braces) will need to be replaced with valid values.

Command with variables

Command with sample values

 

See the connections section for the expected results.  

Supported Features

The following features are supported for remote sites

DryvIQ Migrate Version: 5.6.1.4136
Release Date: February 9, 2024