»Exec into the App Container
Now that you have deployed your app, you can use
waypoint exec to run commands in the context of the most recent deployment. Typically,
waypoint exec will be used for running database migrations and debugging; however, you can use it for any purpose.
For example, you can use the command to see what processes the example Ruby app is running.
$ waypoint exec ps ax
Your Terminal output will show the processes running in the Ruby app you most recently deployed.
# Connected to 01EJCQVA40CG5FC6EGW5PZFC5N PID TTY STAT TIME COMMAND 1 ? Ssl 0:00 /bin/wpceb /cnb/lifecycle/launcher 14 ? Sl 0:02 puma 3.11.2 (tcp://0.0.0.0:3000) [workspace] 22 ? Sl 0:00 puma: cluster worker 0: 14 [workspace] 24 ? Sl 0:00 puma: cluster worker 1: 14 [workspace] 49 pts/0 Rs+ 0:00 /bin/ps ax