Reviewing applications

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The puppet app show command allows you to view applications you’ve modeled or instantiated and are available to include in an orchestrator run.

Note: The first time you run a command, you need to authenticate. See the orchestrator installation instructions for information about setting RBAC permissions and token authorization.

Note: If you’re running this command from a managed or non-managed Windows workstation, you must specify the full path to the command. For example, c:\Program Files\Puppet Labs\Client\bin\puppet-app show.

View applications

Use the puppet app show command to view running or completed orchestration jobs.

  1. Log into your Puppet master or client tools workstation and run one of the following commands:

    • To show an application:

      puppet app show <APPLICATION> <OPTION>
    • To show an application instance:

      puppet app show <APPLICATION INSTANCE> <OPTION>
    • To show all the application models and their instances found in your default environment (production)

      puppet app show

Command options

Option Values Description
--environment, --env, -e environment name Overrides the default environment specified in your orchestration configuration file.

Example output

The following is an example output that shows two instances of an application assigned to nodes, ExampleApp. One instance is called 'staging', and the other is called 'dev'.

App Show (Click to enlarge)

When you run puppet app show, the orchestrator cannot present a completely precise representation of the run order of components (for example, some node runs will start or complete before others). However, puppet app show lists the components in an order that respects dependencies between components. Components with dependencies are listed *after the components on which they depend.

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