|Login||Login to Orquestra|
|Update||Update specified resource(s) locally|
|Version||Display Quantum Engine version|
|Help||Help about any command|
|Submit||Submits one or more resources|
|Get||Displays information about one or more resources|
|List||Displays a resource list|
|Stop||Stops a specific resource that is running and removes it from the scheduler.|
|Retry||Retry a specific resource that is in a Failed/Error status.|
|Install||Installs one or more resources|
In order to start being productive with Orquestra, you need to log in to the platform using the Quantum Engine CLI.
The Quantum Engine requires you to be a registered user with Zapata Computing. Please contact support if you do not yet have an account.
The login process can be initiated through the CLI using the following command:
qe login -s <quantum-engine-server-uri>
quantum-engine-server-uri will be provided to you by Orquestra Support.
The CLI will provide a URL that can be accessed through a web browser in order to complete the login process.
Authenticate using the
Login with Orquestra option.
Upon successful authentication you will receive an access token that must be sent back to the CLI for usig Orquestra.
Note: Currently, login is supported using
OpenIdConnect and you will get an access token that is valid for 24 hours once you have sucessfully logged in and approved access to required resources.
If your access token has expired, you will be asked to re-authenticate to get a new token.
After logging in for the first time, you can re-authenticate using the login command without the
update command can be used to update the currently installed version of the
QE cli with the current Orquestra platform server version.
qe update cli [flags]
Note: Depending on where your
qe CLI is installed you may need to run the above command with
||Print help text for the command|
||Don’t prompt for confirmation before performing the update.|
Get the version of the
qe CLI and the version of the quantum engine server
Get help on a command and its supported flags and arguments