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

Note

This version of EB CLI and its documentation have been replaced with version 3 (in this section, EB CLI 3 represents version 3 and later of EB CLI). 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.

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 5.6.37
Allocated Storage: 5
Instance Class: db.t2.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.

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