Deploy your applications on VM Farms.
farmer to deploy your applications on VM Farms.
Install with pip:
pip install farmer
You need to provide Farmer with your VM Farms API token. You can retrieve your API token from the API documentation section of the VM Farms portal.
farmer config to set your token for the first time:
If you need to change your token for any reason, you can use
farmer config set token:
farmer config set token c422b5e2230d617d22759a19a5a5cb65792edebc
You can also set the token using the
FARMER_TOKEN environment variable:
FARMER_TOKEN=c422b5e2230d617d22759a19a5a5cb65792edebc farmer apps
farmer apps to list your applications.
If you don't see any applications, we probably need to connect a few wires for you. Contact our support team and we'll sort you out.
farmer deploy to deploy an application:
farmer deploy api api-prod
First, generate a service key and configure Farmer:
farmer logdna config
To export logs, run
farmer logdna export.
You can filter results by application, host, log level, or a custom search query.
# Export all PostgreSQL logs from the past week. farmer logdna export --from 'last week' --app postgres # Export deploy logs from today. farmer logdna export --app deploy
--to options support human readable dates like "1 hour ago", "30 minutes ago", "yesterday", etc.
Refer to the dateparser documentation for more information.
To get help for a specific command or subcommand, run
farmer help deploy
farmer help logdna config
For bugs or feature requests related to Farmer itself, please open a GitHub issue.
For issues related to your applications or deploys, please contact VM Farms support.
Add this snippet to your Bash configuration (
~/.bash_profile) to enable tab-completion:
eval "$(_FARMER_COMPLETE=source farmer)"
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