EG should provide a command line tool with following capabilities:
- Collect configuration from envoy proxy and gateway
- Analyse system configuration to diagnose any issues in envoy gateway
This tool is named
Use the following syntax to run
egctl commands from your terminal window:
egctl [command] [entity] [name] [flags]
command: Specifies the operation that you want to perform on one or more resources, for example
entity: Specifies the entity the operation is being performed on such as
name: Specifies the name of the specified instance.
flags: Specifies optional flags. For example, you can use the
--configflags to specify the values for installing.
If you need help, run
egctl help from the terminal window.
The following table includes short descriptions and the general syntax for all the
|Prints out build version information.|
|Retrieve information about proxy configuration from envoy proxy and gateway|
|Analyze EG configuration and print validation messages|
Use the following set of examples to help you familiarize yourself with running the commonly used
# Retrieve all information about proxy configuration from envoy egctl config envoy-proxy all <instance_name> # Retrieve listener information about proxy configuration from envoy egctl config envoy-proxy listener <instance_name> # Retrieve information about envoy gateway egctl config envoy-gateway
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