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NameDescription
usernameYour AMPLIFY Appcelerator Services account username. If not specified, you are prompted for the username.
passwordYour AMPLIFY Appcelerator Services account password. If not specified, you are prompted for the password.
--host <hostname> The ACS host to which to log intoin. If not specified, the command attempts to log in to the host specified by the ~/.acs configuration file, or admin.cloudapp.appcelerator.com if not specified by the ~/.acs file.
--login_registryLogin to the private Docker registry.
-h--helpShow help information for this command.

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Starting with AMPLIFY Runtime Services (Arrow Cloud) 1.6.0, acs new creates a new app, and acs new --image creates a new app with a Dockerfile.

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NameDescription
appnameThe name of the app to remove. If omitted, you must run the command in the application's root directory, or specify the application's directory with the -d option.
--forceRemove the local application directory. The application must be specified using -d option, which specifies the target application directory , or the command is running in the application's root directory.
--org <orgid>
The ID of the organization the application belongs to. This parameter is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization you belong to.
-h--helpShow help information for this command.

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NameDescription
appnameThe name of the app to restart. If omitted, you must run the command in the application's root directory, or specify the application's directory with the -d option.
--org <orgid>

organization Organization ID of the app if there are multiple apps with the same name in different organizations.

-h --helpShow help information for this command.

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NameDescription
appname Name of the app to be unpublished. If omitted, the command needs to be run in the application's root directory, or the application's directory must be specified with the -d or --dir option.
--ver <version> Un-publishes the version of the application specified by version. If not specified, the currently deployed version is unpublished.
--org <orgid> The ID of the organization to which the application belongs to. This parameter is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization to which you belong to.
-h--helpShow help information for this command.

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NameDescription
appnameThe name of the app to retrieve and show system resource usage. If omitted, the command needs to be run in the application's root directory, or specify the application's directory with the -d option.
--server_id <serverid>
The id of the server from which the logs are retrieved. An app may be deployed to multiple servers in the cloud.
--show_serverid [appname]Show server ID in logs.
--start_date <start_date> Starting date for retrieving usage logs.
--end_date <end_date> Ending date for retrieving usage logs.
--per_page <per_page> The number of usage logs per page. Default: 100
--more [appname]Display the next page of log messages.

--org <orgid>

The ID of the organization to which the application belongs to. This parameter is required if the target application has the same name as an application in another organization to which you belong to.
-h, --helpShow help information for this command.

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Shows the currently logged-in user and organizations to which you belong to.

Code Block
acs whoami [options]

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NameDescription
stack-name
Specify the name of the stack from which to get logs from.
service-name
Specify the name of the service from which to get logs from.
--server <server-id> Specify service ID for checking service logs.
--start <start-time>Specify the start time for checking service logs.
--end <end-time> Specify the end time for checking service logs.
--moreGet more service logs.
-o, --org <orgid> Specify the organization for the involved stack.
-h, --helpShow help information for this command.

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NameDescription
stack-name
Specify the name of the stack from which to get continuous logs from.
service-name
Specify the name of the service from which to get continuous logs from.
--server <server-id> Specify the service ID for checking service logs.
--interval <interval> Specify a longer interval in seconds for periodically checking service logs. Min: 5
-o, --org <orgid> Specify the organization for the involved stack.
-h, --helpShow help information for this command.

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