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NAME

       lava - LAVA Command Line Support

SUMMARY

       lava is a command-line tool to interact with LAVA. DEPRECATED

USAGE

       lava [-h] <subcommand> [args]

OPTIONAL ARGUMENTS

          -h, --help
                 show this help message and exit

SUBCOMMANDS

       Type lava <subcommand> -h for help on a specific subcommand.

AVAILABLE SUBCOMMANDS

       status Retrieves the status of a job.

                 Usage: lava status [-h] [--non-interactive] [JOB_ID]

                 Positional arguments:
                        JOB_ID          Prints status information about the provided job id.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

       run    Runs a job on the local dispatcher.
                 Usage: lava run [-h] [--non-interactive] [JOB]

                 Positional arguments:

                        JOB The job file to run, or a directory containing a job
                               file. If nothing is passed, it uses the current working directory.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

       script LAVA script file handling.
                 usage: lava script [-h] {run, submit} ...

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               show this help message and exit

                 Sub-command to invoke: {run, submit}

                        run    Runs the specified shell script on a local device.

                        submit Submits the specified shell script to a LAVA server.

       init   Set-ups the base directory structure.
                 Usage: lava init [-h] [--non-interactive] [DIR]

                 Positional arguments:

                        DIR The name of the directory to initialize. Defaults to
                               current working directory.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

       submit Submits a job to LAVA.

                 Usage: lava submit [-h] [--non-interactive] [JOB_ID]

                 Positional arguments:

                        JOB The job file to send, or a directory containing a job
                               file. If nothing is passed, it uses the current working directory.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

       update Updates a job file with the correct data.

                 Usage: lava update [-h] [--non-interactive] [JOB_ID]

                 Positional arguments:

                        JOB Automatically updates a job file definition. If
                               nothing is passed, it usesthe current working directory.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

       job    LAVA job file handling.
                 Usage: lava job [-h] {status, new, run, details, submit} ...

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               show this help message and exit

                 Sub-command to invoke: {status, new, run, details, submit}

                        status Retrieves the status of a job.

                        new    Creates a new job file.

                        run    Runs the specified job file on the local dispatcher.

                        details
                               Retrieves the details of a job.

                        submit Submits the specified job file.

       scheduler
              Interact with LAVA Scheduler
                 Usage:  lava scheduler [-h] {job-output, devices-list, cancel-job, resubmit-job,
                 job-details, job-status, get-pipeline-device-config, submit-job, jobs-list}

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               show this help message and exit

                 Sub-command to  invoke:  {job-output,  devices-list,  cancel-job,  resubmit-job,
                 job-details, job-status, get-pipeline-device-config, submit-job, jobs-list}

                        job-output
                               Get job output from the scheduler.

                        devices-list
                               Get list of devices from the scheduler.

                        cancel-job
                               Cancel job, if exists.

                        resubmit-job
                               Resubmit job, if exists.

                        job-details
                               Get job details, if it existed, from the scheduler.

                        job-status
                               Get job status and bundle sha1, if it existed, from the scheduler.

                        get-pipeline-device-config
                               Get  the  pipeline  device configuration from scheduler to a local
                               file or stdout.

                        submit-job
                               Submit a job to lava-scheduler

                        jobs-list
                               Get list of running and submitted jobs from the scheduler.

       testdef
              LAVA test definitions handling.
                 Usage: lava testdef [-h] {new, run, submit} ...

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               show this help message and exit

                 Sub-command to invoke: {new, run ,submit}

                        new    Creates a new test definition file.

                        run    Runs the specified test definition on a local device.

                        submit Submits the specified test definition to a LAVA server.

       details
              Retrieves the details of a job.

                 Usage: lava details [-h] [--non-interactive] [JOB_ID]

                 Positional arguments:
                        JOB_ID          Prints information about job with the provided job id.

                 Optional arguments:

                        -h, --help
                               Show this help message and exit

                        --non-interactive, -n
                               Do not ask for input parameters.

AUTHOR

       Linaro Validation Team

COPYRIGHT

       2010-2018, Linaro Limited