Command 'wait-for'

Summary

Wait for an entity to reach a specified state.

Usage

juju wait-for [options] <command> ...

Options

Flag Default Usage
--description false Show short description of plugin, if any
--h, --help false Show help on a command or other topic.

Details

The wait-for set of commands (model, application, machine and unit) defines a way to wait for a goal state to be reached. The goal state can be defined programmatically using the query DSL (domain specific language).

The wait-for command is an optimized alternative to the status command for determining programmatically if a goal state has been reached. The wait-for command streams delta changes from the underlying database, unlike the status command which performs a full query of the database.

The query DSL is a simple language that can be comprised of expressions to produce a boolean result. The result of the query is used to determine if the goal state has been reached. The query DSL is evaluated against the scope of the command.

Built-in functions are provided to help define the goal state. The built-in functions are defined in the query package. Examples of built-in functions include len, print, forEach (lambda), startsWith and endsWith.

Examples:

Waits for the mysql/0 unit to be created and active.

juju wait-for unit mysql/0

Waits for the mysql application to be active or idle.

juju wait-for application mysql --query='name=="mysql" && (status=="active" || status=="idle")'

Waits for the model units to all start with ubuntu.

juju wait-for model default --query='forEach(units, unit => startsWith(unit.name, "ubuntu"))'

See also: wait-for model wait-for application wait-for machine wait-for unit

Subcommands


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