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stacks

List all stacks for the project or display details for a specific stack.

List all stacks for the project

alto stacks

Display details for a single stack

alto stacks <stack-name>

Arguments

stack-name

The name of the stack for which to print the details.

stackd: yes

stacks

--page

Select a specific results page.

Required: no

--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp

Required: no

--project-name

Select the project by name.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Required: no
--project

Select a project by id.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Aliases: -p
Required: no

history

List the deployment history for a project stack.

alto stacks history <stack-name>

stacks

stack-name

The stack name.

stackd: yes

stacks

--page

Select a specific results page.

Required: no
--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp
Required: no
--project-name

Select the project by name.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, the the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Required: no
--project

Select a project by id.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Aliases: -p
Required: no

errors

Get the error from the latest deployment of an stack.

alto stacks errors <stack-name>

Arguments

stack-name

The stack name.

Required: yes

Options

--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp
Required: no
--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp
Required: no
--project-name

Select a project by name.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Required: no
--project

Select a project by id.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Aliases: -p
Required: no

config

Get configuration values for an stack.

alto stacks config <stack-name>

Arguments

stack-name

The stack name.

Required: no

Options

--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp
Required: no
--project-name

Select a project by name.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Required: no
--project

Select a project by id.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Aliases: -p
Required: no

delete

Delete a project stack.

alto stacks delete <stack-name>

Arguments

stack-name

The stack name.

Required: yes

Options

--project-path

Specify the project directory.

If not specified, project directory is assumed to be the current directory.

Aliases: --pp
Required: no
--project-name

Select a project by name.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Required: no
--project

Select a project by id.

If neither --project nor --project-name is specified, then the command must be run from an Altostra project directory.

Aliases: -p
Required: no

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