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This command shows details of the latest run (or still running) task. If there is one task of the given type the ‘<id|name>’ argument is not needed.
sctool progress --cluster <id|name> [--details] [-run UUID] [flags] <type>[/<id|name>]
The target cluster name or ID (envvar SCYLLA_MANAGER_CLUSTER).
More detailed progress data, depending on task type.
help for progress
A list of host glob patterns, e.g. ‘1.1.1.*,!1.2.*.4.’. The following syntax for glob patterns is supported:
‘*’ - matches any number of any characters including none ‘?’ - matches any single character ‘[abc]’ - matches one character given in the bracket ‘[a-z]’ - matches one character from the range given in the bracket
Patterns are evaluated from left to right. If a pattern starts with ‘!’ it unselects items that were selected by previous patterns i.e. ‘a?,!aa’ selects ab but not aa.
A list of glob patterns separated by a comma used to include or exclude tables. The patterns match keyspaces and tables, separate the keyspace name from the table name with a dot e.g. ‘keyspace,!keyspace.table_prefix_*’. The following syntax for glob patterns is supported:
* - matches any number of any characters including none
? - matches any single character
[abc] - matches one character given in the bracket
[a-z] - matches one character from the range given in the bracket
Patterns are evaluated from left to right.
If a pattern starts with
! it unselects items that were selected by previous patterns i.e.
a?,!aa selects ab but not aa.
Show progress of a particular run, see sctool info to get the IDs.
File path to HTTPS client certificate used to access the Scylla Manager server when client certificate validation is enabled (envvar SCYLLA_MANAGER_API_CERT_FILE).
File path to HTTPS client key associated with –api-cert-file flag (envvar SCYLLA_MANAGER_API_KEY_FILE).
Base URL of Scylla Manager server (envvar SCYLLA_MANAGER_API_URL).
If running sctool on the same machine as server, it’s generated based on ‘/etc/scylla-manager/scylla-manager.yaml’ file.
Get progress of latest repair task of cluster 'prod'. sctool progress -c prod repair