deepsea-monitor

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SEE ALSO

NAME

deepsea-monitor - Starts the DeepSea stage execution progress monitor.

SYNOPSIS

deepsea monitor [--help] [--show-dynamic-steps] [--show-state-steps]
[--simple-output]

DESCRIPTION

Starts the DeepSea stage execution progress monitor.

The progress monitor provides a detailed, real-time visualization of what is happening during execution of stages using salt-run state.orch commands in other terminal sessions.

The user must start the monitor before running any salt-run state.orch so that the monitor can detect the start of the stage’s execution.

If the user starts the monitor after issuing the salt-run state.orch command, then no execution progress will be shown.

OPTIONS

--help

Shows the help message.

--show-dynamic-steps

Enables the visualization of dynamic steps. Dynamic steps are steps generated by python code or Jinja templates.
Caution:
If you enable this option, you might see execution steps that are generated by the monitor itself and do not correspond to the real execution.

--show-state-steps

Enables the visualization of Salt state intermediate steps. Only state steps that have the option fire_event=True are shown
Caution:
If you enable this option, the stage parsing stage that occurs when the stage starts its execution might take much longer, which will defer the execution progress visualization for an undetermined period of time.

--simple-output

Enables a minimalistic visualization layout without colors. Useful when redirecting the monitor output to a text file.

SEE ALSO

deepsea.commands(1)