» Command: deployment status

The deployment status command is used to display the status of a deployment. The status will display the number of desired changes as well as the currently applied changes.

» Usage

nomad deployment status [options] <deployment id>

The deployment status command requires a single argument, a deployment ID or prefix.

» General Options

  • -address=<addr>: The address of the Nomad server. Overrides the NOMAD_ADDR environment variable if set. Defaults to http://127.0.0.1:4646.

  • -region=<region>: The region of the Nomad server to forward commands to. Overrides the NOMAD_REGION environment variable if set. Defaults to the Agent's local region.

  • -no-color: Disables colored command output. Alternatively, NOMAD_CLI_NO_COLOR may be set.

  • -ca-cert=<path>: Path to a PEM encoded CA cert file to use to verify the Nomad server SSL certificate. Overrides the NOMAD_CACERT environment variable if set.

  • -ca-path=<path>: Path to a directory of PEM encoded CA cert files to verify the Nomad server SSL certificate. If both -ca-cert and -ca-path are specified, -ca-cert is used. Overrides the NOMAD_CAPATH environment variable if set.

  • -client-cert=<path>: Path to a PEM encoded client certificate for TLS authentication to the Nomad server. Must also specify -client-key. Overrides the NOMAD_CLIENT_CERT environment variable if set.

  • -client-key=<path>: Path to an unencrypted PEM encoded private key matching the client certificate from -client-cert. Overrides the NOMAD_CLIENT_KEY environment variable if set.

  • -tls-skip-verify: Do not verify TLS certificate. This is highly not recommended. Verification will also be skipped if NOMAD_SKIP_VERIFY is set.

  • -token: The SecretID of an ACL token to use to authenticate API requests with. Overrides the NOMAD_TOKEN environment variable if set.

» Status Options

  • -json : Output the deployment in its JSON format.

  • -t : Format and display the deployment using a Go template.

  • -verbose: Show full information.

» Examples

Inspect the status of a complete deployment:

$ nomad deployment status 06ca68a2
ID          = 06ca68a2
Job ID      = example
Job Version = 0
Status      = successful
Description = Deployment completed successfully

Deployed
Task Group  Desired  Placed  Healthy  Unhealthy
cache       2        2       2        0
web         2        2       2        0

Inspect the status of a deployment that is waiting for canary promotion:

$ nomad deployment status 0b
ID          = 0b23b149
Job ID      = example
Job Version = 1
Status      = running
Description = Deployment is running but requires promotion

Deployed
Task Group  Promoted  Desired  Canaries  Placed  Healthy  Unhealthy
cache       false     2        1         1       0        0
web         N/A       2        0         2       2        0