CLI

API Port

You can get the API port by running the following command:

python -m systembridgecli api-port

You can also reset the API port by running the following command:

python -m systembridgecli api-port --reset

Data

You can retrieve the data from the data modules by running the following command:

python -m systembridgecli data MODULE

For example, to get the data from the

cpu
module, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli data cpu

This outputs the data as a table. This is good for getting current data at a glance.

Data Value

To get a single data value, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli data-value MODULE VALUE

For example, to get the

usage
value from the
cpu
module, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli data-value cpu usage

Logs

To open the logs in the default text editor, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli open-logs-backend

To open the GUI logs in the default text editor, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli open-logs-gui

To get the path for the logs, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli logs-path-backend

For the GUI logs, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli logs-path-gui

Settings

To get all settings, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli settings

This returns all settings in a table.

Get or set a setting

To get a single setting, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli setting KEY

To update a setting, run the following command:

python -m systembridgecli setting --set-value KEY --value "VALUE"

For secrets, follow the same as above, replacing setting with secret.

python -m systembridgecli secret KEY
python -m systembridgecli secret --set-value KEY --value "VALUE"