The CLI provides a command called shell that allows you enter an interactive terminal and execute many morpheus commands.
This is a nice way to test things out quickly.
Open a shell¶
Now you may run all the available commands like so:
morpheus> remote use dev morpheus> login morpheus> clouds list
To see the list of all available commands, use
TAB can be used to auto-complete the name of a command or any aliases you’ve defined.
CTRL + R can be used to search for available commands and previously executed commands.
The ↑ and ↓ arrow keys can be used to navigate through the shell history.
To see a list of all the commands you’ve executed in a shell, use
morpheus> history Last 4 commands 1 flush-history 2 groups list 3 clouds list 4 instances list
Historical commands can be executed by prefixing the command number with
And again, just like bash, you can re-execute the last command with
flush-history command can be used to delete the shell history.
It is possible to execute multiple commands sequentially inside a shell, like this:
morpheus> instances stats 7; instances stats 8; instances stats 9
You may define an Alias within a shell, which will persist through subsequent shells.
morpheus shell morpheus> alias restart-711='instances restart "My Test Instance"' morpheus> restart-711 morpheus> exit morpheus shell morpheus> restart-711
To exit a shell, use
You can customize the morpheus shell prompt to have it display things like your username and the name of the appliance.
Edit your .morpheusrc configuration file.
Enter the following script into your configuration file and save it.
set-prompt "%cyan%username%[email protected]%magenta%remote %cyanmorpheus> %reset" version remote get current echo "Welcome back %username" echo
Now start a new morpheus shell to see it working:
If you are already in a morpheus shell, you can just use reload: