The command line interface to Cloudquery is via the
cloudquery command, which accepts a variety of subcommands such as
cloudquery init or
cloudquery fetch. A full list of all of the supported subcommands is in the navigation section of this page.
We refer to the
cloudquery command line tool as "Clouddquery CLI" elsewhere in the documentation.
To view a list of the commands available in your current Terraform version, run
cloudquery with no additional arguments:
cloudquery CLIUsage:cloudquery [command]Available Commands:completion Generate completion script (run --help for full instructions)fetch Fetch data from configured cloud APIs to specified SQL databasegen Generate initial config.yml for fetch command or policy.yml for query commandhelp Help about any commandinit Initialize CloudQuery by downloading appropriate providersquery Run queries specified in a policy fileversion Print full version info of cloudqueryFlags:--enableConsoleLog Enable console logging (default true)--enableFileLogging enableFileLogging makes the framework logging to a file (default true)--encodeLogsAsJson EncodeLogsAsJson makes the logging framework logging JSON-h, --help help for cloudquery--logDirectory string Directory to logging to to when file logging is enabled (default ".")--logFile string Filename is the name of the logfile which will be placed inside the directory (default "cloudquery.log")--maxAge int MaxAge the max age in days to keep a logfile (default 3)--maxBackups int MaxBackups the max number of rolled files to keep (default 3)--maxSize int MaxSize the max size in MB of the logfile before it's rolled (default 30)-v, --verbose Enable Verbose logging--version version for cloudqueryUse "cloudquery [command] --help" for more information about a command.