Update your CLI with the command sudo prime-cli update-cli before you download any Plane One updates. The latest version of the CLI ensures your Plane upgrades happen smoothly.

The Prime CLI is our own command-line interface to help you install, upgrade, and manage your instance without being a pro at Docker. -

Bring up the Prime CLI with sudo prime-cli from any directory on your machine.

  • The three operators you will use the most are,

    • start

      You will use this to start a service in the Docker network with the name of the service.

    • stop

      You will use this to stop a service in the Docker network with the name of the service.

    • restart

      You will use this to restart a service in the Docker network with the name of the service as a {param or flag}.

  • Often, you will want to monitor the health of your instance and see if some services are up or down. Use monitor to do that.

  • healthcheck is another useful utility that lets you see the status and errors, if any, of all running services

  • repair fixes your Plane install for common errors automatically.

  • update-cli downloads and installs the latest version of Prime CLI.

    It is highly recommend to run this first before you download any Plane One updates. The latest version of the CLI ensures your Plane upgrades happen smoothly.

For more advanced admins that want greater control over their instance, the list of additional commands available on Prime CLI follow.

  • configure

    Brings up a step form to let you specify the following.

  • upgrade

    checks your instance for available version upgrades and asks you for a confirmation before downloading the latest available version.

    1. Typing YES lets the CLI automatically download’s the latest version and installs it. Then it restarts the instance to load the latest app.
    2. Typing NO cancels the upgrade.
  • uninstall

    uninstalls Plane. Before it goes through, it asks you for a confirmation.

    1. Typing YES lets the CLI clean up the /opt/plane folder, leaving behind the /opt/plane/data and /opt/plane/logs folders.
    2. Typing NO cancels the uninstall.