Re: Option -N for bosh no longer available with bosh-cli v2?

Holger Oehm

Thanks, I'll do that. I opened an issue on github to request
the feature:

And I'll try out that workaround to run the bosh call in the
background, too.

On 07/13/2017 05:58 PM, Tyler Schultz wrote:
You may want to lobby Dmitriy to add the '--no-track' feature to the v2
cli. He is the product owner and prioritizes our backlog.

As a workaround, you can run `$ bosh -e my-env -d my-dep deploy my-dep
*&*`. The ampersand will cause the deploy to run in the background, and
your script will continue on.

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 8:21 AM, Holger Oehm <holger.oehm(a)
<mailto:holger.oehm(a)>> wrote:

Well, it was there in bosh cli v1.

And I am aware of the Ctrl-C thing. But what I want to do is run
bosh -nN in a script from concourse. (And it should run asynchronously
because the bosh task will be to update concourse (the same instance
that runs the script)).

On 07/13/2017 04:16 PM, Tyler Schultz wrote:

There is no --no-track option, but you can ctl-c and the task
will continue. 'bosh task 123' will reattach to the output.

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 5:17 AM Holger Oehm <holger.oehm(a)
<mailto:holger.oehm(a)> <mailto:holger.oehm(a)
<mailto:holger.oehm(a)>>> wrote:


is something similar to the -N (--no-track) option in bosh
v1 still
available in bosh-cli v2? I didn't find it in the
documentation or in
the output of bosh help.

Best Regards,

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