cf push without a manifest file on linux does not work but works on windows


Varsha Nagraj
 

I am trying to push a nodejs application without a mainfest file as follows(using cloud foundry push command): cf push appname -c "node app.js" -d "mydomain.net" -i 1 -n hostname -m 64M -p "path to directory" --no-manifest.

This works on Windows. However if I run the same on Linux, it throws me "incorrect" usage. Is there any difference wrt "double quotes" or what might be the issue?


Rasheed Abdul-Aziz
 

Hi Varsha

Could you please repost this to our issue tracker:
https://github.com/cloudfoundry/cli/issues

And when you do so, could you rerun the command with CF_TRACE=true.
Scan it for anything that you feel needs to remain private and hide it with
***'s, and paste the output into the issue.

I'm pretty sure we'll be able to help!

Kind Regards,
Rasheed.

On Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 11:58 PM, Varsha Nagraj <n.varsha(a)gmail.com> wrote:

I am trying to push a nodejs application without a mainfest file as
follows(using cloud foundry push command): cf push appname -c "node app.js"
-d "mydomain.net" -i 1 -n hostname -m 64M -p "path to directory"
--no-manifest.

This works on Windows. However if I run the same on Linux, it throws me
"incorrect" usage. Is there any difference wrt "double quotes" or what
might be the issue?


Rasheed Abdul-Aziz
 

Im sorry, I forgot to add:

Can you execute `cf curl /v2/info` and tell us what you get?

Thanks again

On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 9:15 PM, Rasheed Abdul-Aziz <rabdulaziz(a)pivotal.io>
wrote:

Hi Varsha

Could you please repost this to our issue tracker:
https://github.com/cloudfoundry/cli/issues

And when you do so, could you rerun the command with CF_TRACE=true.
Scan it for anything that you feel needs to remain private and hide it
with ***'s, and paste the output into the issue.

I'm pretty sure we'll be able to help!

Kind Regards,
Rasheed.



On Sun, Sep 20, 2015 at 11:58 PM, Varsha Nagraj <n.varsha(a)gmail.com>
wrote:

I am trying to push a nodejs application without a mainfest file as
follows(using cloud foundry push command): cf push appname -c "node app.js"
-d "mydomain.net" -i 1 -n hostname -m 64M -p "path to directory"
--no-manifest.

This works on Windows. However if I run the same on Linux, it throws me
"incorrect" usage. Is there any difference wrt "double quotes" or what
might be the issue?