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This section describes ONOS's Karaf-based CLI.

Overview

The ONOS CLI is an extension of Karaf's CLI. As a result, it is capable of leveraging features such as programmatic extensibility, the ability to load and unload bundles (among others), and SSH access.

Accessing the CLI

For local installations of ONOS, the ONOS CLI can be accessed with the command  karaf clean. For remote installations, e.g. ONOS instances deployed with onos-package and onos-install, the onos command can be used to attach to running instance from the shell of the target machine.

Finally, as describe in Installing and Running ONOS, the onos command can be used to attach to a remote ONOS instance directly from the local machine (i.e. without logging in first). For example, to access the CLI of an ONOS instance running at 192.168.56.30:

$ onos 192.168.56.30

Both Ctrl-D and logout exits the CLI.

Note, in the case that karaf clean was used to start the CLI, exiting the CLI will cause the ONOS instance to terminate.

ONOS Commands

ONOS supplies a set of its own commands. help onos lists the available commands: 

onos> help onos
COMMANDS
onos:add-flows                  Installs a flow rules                                                                                                                                                                                           
onos:add-host-intent            Installs host-to-host connectivity intent                                                                                                                                                                       
onos:add-multi-to-single-intent Installs point-to-point connectivity intent                                                                                                                                                                     
onos:add-node                   Adds a new controller cluster node
onos:add-optical-intent         Installs optical connectivity intent 
 
...

The commands can be invoked as either onos:<command> or <command> by itself. Some of these commands have further descriptions that can be seen with help onos:<command>.

onos> help onos:add-flows
DESCRIPTION
        onos:add-flows

	    Installs a flow rules

SYNTAX
        onos:add-flows [options] flowPerDevice numOfRuns 

ARGUMENTS
        flowPerDevice
                Number of flows to add per device
        numOfRuns
                Number of iterations
OPTIONS
        --help
                Display this help message
        -j, --json
                Output JSON

Appendix A provides a listing of the currently available CLI commands. 

 


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