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Service Command

The service command is used to manage all local services that are provided.

Permission: cloudnet.command.service
Aliases: paste, haste

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This command can be used as a command in the node console or as a command ingame with the prefix /cloud

This is a basic overview about the service command.
Please have a look below for any further information.

COMMAND: - service list | id=<text> | task=<text> | group=<text> | --names
COMMAND: - service <name>
COMMAND: - service <name> info
COMMAND: - service <name> start
COMMAND: - service <name> stop | --force
COMMAND: - service <name> delete
COMMAND: - service <name> includeInclusions
COMMAND: - service <name> includeTemplates
COMMAND: - service <name> deployResources
COMMAND: - service <name> restart
COMMAND: - service <name> command <command> ...
COMMAND: - service <name> add deployment <storage:prefix/name> [excludedFiles separated by ";"]
COMMAND: - service <name> add template <storage:prefix/name>
COMMAND: - service <name> add inclusion <url> <targetPath>

service list#

Usage: service list | id=<text> | task=<text> | group=<text> | --names

This command lists all services which are registered on the cloud. You can filter the output with the following arguments, each separated with a |:

  • id=<text> - to filter the services by their id
  • task=<text> - to filter the services by their task
  • group=<text> - to filter the services by a group
  • --names - to print just their names instead of more information on each service

service#

Usage: service <name>

This command prints basic information about the service with the given name.

service info#

Usage: service <name> info

This command prints detailed information about the service with the given name.

service start#

Usage: service <name> start

This command starts the service with the given name, if it exists but is stopped ("prepared").

service stop#

Usage: service <name> stop | --force

This command (gracefully) shutdowns the service with the given name. You can add the | --force argument to force the shutdown.

service delete#

Usage: service <name> delete

This command deletes the service with the given name.

service includeInclusions#

Usage: service <name> includeInclusions

This command downloads all inclusions which does not have been downloaded yet.
This is useful when adding new inclusions when it already exists to the service.

service includeTemplates#

Usage: service <name> includeTemplates

This command downloads all templates which does not have been downloaded yet.
This is useful when adding new inclusions when it already exists to the service.

service deployResources#

Usage: service <name> deployResources

This command deploys the files of the service with the given name to the added deployments.

service restart#

Usage: service <name> restart

This command restarts the service with the given name, without deleting the files.

tip

You can use that instead of the /reload command, which is not supported by the cloud!

service command#

Usage: service <name> command <command> ...

This command executes the provided command on the service with the given name.

service add deployment#

Usage: service <name> add deployment <storage:prefix/name> [excludedFiles separated by ";"]

This command adds a new deployment to the service with the given name.

service add template#

Usage: service <name> add template <storage:prefix/name>

This command adds a new template to the service with the given name.

service add inclusion#

Usage: service <name> add inclusion <url> <targetPath>

This command adds a new inclusion to the service with the given name.

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