AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Developer Guide (API Version 2010-12-01)
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status

Note

This version of the EB CLI and its documentation have been replaced with version 3. Version 3 has different commands and is not backwards compatible with version 2. For information on the new version, see The Elastic Beanstalk Command Line Interface (EB CLI).

Description

Describes the status of the specified environment. For a tutorial that includes a description of how to view an environment's status using eb status, see Getting Started with Eb.

Syntax

eb status

Options

You might want to use the --verbose option with status.

Name Description Required

-e

or

--environment-name ENVIRONMENT_NAME

The environment for which you want to display status.

Type: String

Default: Current setting

No

Common options

For more information, see Eb Common Options.

No

Output

If successful, the command returns the status of the environment.

Example 1

The following example request returns the status of the environment.

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PROMPT> eb status --verbose Retrieving status of environment "MyNodeApp-env". URL : MyNodeApp-env-tnEXAMPLEcf.elasticbeanstalk.com Status : Ready Health : Green Environment Name: MyNodeApp-env Environment ID : e-vmEXAMPLEp Environment Tier: WebServer::Standard::1.0 Solution Stack : 64bit Amazon Linux 2014.02 running Node.js Version Label : Sample Application Date Created : 2014-05-14 07:25:35 Date Updated : 2014-05-14 07:36:24 Description : RDS Database: AWSEBRDSDatabase | aavcEXAMPLEd5y.clak1.us-west-2.rds.amazon aws.com:3306 Database Engine: mysql 5.5.33 Allocated Storage: 5 Instance Class: db.t1.micro Multi AZ: False Master Username: ebroot Creation Time: 2014-05-15 07:29:39 DB Instance Status: available

Example 2

The following example request returns the status of an application named MyNodeApp in an environment called MyNodeApp-test-env.

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PROMPT> eb status -e MyNodeApp-test-env -a MyNodeApp Retrieving status of environment "MyNodeApp-test-env". URL : MyNodeApp-test-env-tnEXAMPLEcf.elasticbeanstalk.com Status : Ready Health : Green RDS Database: AWSEBRDSDatabase | aavcEXAMPLEd5y.clak1.us-west-2.rds.amazon aws.com:3306