created_at2024-04-02 16:16:21.193174
updated_at2024-04-13 09:50:46.727396
descriptionCLI tool for managing and interacting with Uptime Kuma



Error: No matches. # Kuma CLI Crates.io Version Kuma CLI is a Command Line Interface (CLI) tool for managing and interacting with [Uptime Kuma](https://uptime.kuma.pet/). With Kuma CLI you can easily configure, monitor and manage your applications from the command line. ## Features - [x] Commands: `kuma monitor` - [x] `add` - [x] `delete` - [x] `edit` - [x] `list` - [x] `get` - [x] `pause` - [x] `resume` - [x] Commands : `kuma tag` - [x] `add` - [x] `delete` - [x] `edit` - [x] `ls` - [x] `get` - [x] Commands : `kuma notification` - [x] `add` - [x] `delete` - [x] `edit` - [x] `ls` - [x] `get` - [x] Commands : `kuma maintenance` - [x] `add` - [x] `delete` - [x] `edit` - [x] `ls` - [x] `get` - [x] `pause` - [x] `resume` - [x] Commands : `kuma status-page` - [x] `add` - [x] `delete` - [x] `edit` - [x] `ls` - [x] `get` ## 🔧 How to Install Binaries for Windows, Linux and Mac OS are provided for [GitHub Releases](https://github.com/BigBoot/AutoKuma/releases/latest) and additionally Kuma CLI can be installed using `cargo`: ```bash cargo install --git https://github.com/BigBoot/AutoKuma.git kuma-cli ``` ## Usage ```bash Usage: kuma [OPTIONS] [COMMAND] Commands: monitor Manage Monitors notification Manage Notifications tag Manage Tags maintenanc Manage Maintenances help Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s) Options: --url The URL AutoKuma should use to connect to Uptime Kuma --username The username for logging into Uptime Kuma (required unless auth is disabled) --password The password for logging into Uptime Kuma (required unless auth is disabled) --mfa-token The MFA token for logging into Uptime Kuma (required if MFA is enabled) --header Add a HTTP header when connecting to Uptime Kuma --connect-timeout The timeout for the initial connection to Uptime Kuma [default: 30.0] --call-timeout The timeout for executing calls to the Uptime Kuma server [default: 30.0] --format The output format [default: json] [possible values: json, toml, yaml] --pretty Wether the output should be pretty printed or condensed -h, --help Print help -V, --version Print version ``` ## Configuration All configuration options can also be specified as environment variables: ``` KUMA__URL="http://localhost:3001/" KUMA__USERNAME="" KUMA__PASSWORD="" ... ``` Additionally Kuma CLI will read configuration from a file named `kuma.{toml,yaml,json}` in the current directory and in the following locations: | Platform | Value | Example | |----------|------------------------------------------------------------------|-----------------------------------------------------------| | Linux | `$XDG_CONFIG_HOME`/kuma/config.{toml,yaml,json} | /home/alice/.config/kuma/config.toml | | macOS | `$HOME`/Library/Application Support/kuma/config.{toml,yaml,json} | /Users/Alice/Library/Application Support/kuma/config.toml | | Windows | `%LocalAppData%`\\\kuma\\\config.{toml,yaml,json} | C:\\\Users\\\Alice\\\AppData\\\Local\\\kuma\\\config.toml | An example `.toml` config could look like the following: ```toml url = "http://localhost:3001/" username = "" password = "" ```
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