Public incident report and our learnings about the octopus.com DNS disruption from January 25 – 26, 2023.
Configure settings related to this Octopus Server node
Creates a new certificate that Octopus Server can use to authenticate itself with its Tentacles
Configure metrics logging
Get your Octopus Server working again after losing your Master Key
Lists all installed Octopus instances
Import a license key
Replace the certificate that Octopus Server uses to authenticate itself with its Tentacles
Configure the external worker used to run deployment actions and scripts on the Octopus Server
Exports the certificate that Octopus Server can use to authenticate itself with its Tentacles
Deletes an instance of the Octopus service
Create or drop the Octopus database
Registers a new instance of the Octopus service
Configure this Octopus instance
Checks the Octopus instances are running
Configure the built-in worker used to run deployment actions and scripts on the Octopus Server
Reset admin user passwords, re-enable them, and ensure they are in the admin group
Octopus.Server.exe is the executable that runs the Octopus instance, it can also be called from the command line.
Shows the version information for this release of the Octopus Migrator
Using the Octopus.Migrator.exe command line tool to export data to a directory filtered by a single project.
Imports data from an Octopus 2.6 backup
Using the Octopus.Migrator.exe command line tool to import data from an Octopus 3.0 or newer directory.
Using the Octopus.Migrator.exe command line tool to export data to a directory.
Octopus.Migrator.exe is an Octopus command line tool that provides the ability to back-up and restore parts of an Octopus Deploy instance as well as migrate data from 2.6 builds.
Octopus.Client is an open source .NET library that makes it easy to write C# programs that interact with the Octopus Deploy REST API.
Octopus includes a migration API that provides the ability to back-up and restore parts of an Octopus Deploy instance remotely.
How to create an API key to interact with Octopus without the need for a username and password.
A set of examples using the Octopus REST API to accomplish tasks.
Calamari is the command-line tool invoked by Tentacle during a deployment. It knows how to extract and install NuGet packages, run the Deploy.ps1 etc. conventions, modify configuration files, and all the other things that happen during an deployment.
Octopus integrates with build servers, scripts, external applications and anything else with its REST API.
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