Is there a differences in terms of Solace CLI commands among PubSub+ Cloud / Software Event Broker / Appliance?
I cannot find some commands mentioned in the help pages when I connect to CLI in PubSub+ Cloud?
Hi @barisbt..! So: the admin SEMP/CLI users you can access using Solace Cloud are restricted to their own VPNs… the broker-level / system-level commands available in the hardware appliance and software broker are not available to Solace Cloud users. Things like: networking, hardware, message spool configuration, etc.
For Solace Cloud, you can only do things / see things / edit things that are inside your own Message VPN. If you are in CLI, you can always hit [TAB] twice, to see what options are available to you at any level. For example:
acl-profile bridge client-username distributed-cache
jndi message-spool message-vpn username
Or, you can do show and then [TAB] [TAB]
acl-profile authentication bridge
cache-cluster cache-instance client
client-profile client-username clock
config-sync current-config distributed-cache
home-cache-cluster hostname jndi
kerberos message-spool message-vpn
paging queue queue-template
replay-log replicated-topic sequenced-topic
session smrp ssl
telemetry topic-endpoint topic-endpoint-template
There's also the tree command to see all options available.
There isn't any specific section in the docs about the differences between the two types of user accounts / access, but our docs team will address this based on your query.
Let us know if this helps, or what exactly you're trying to do!
Hi @Aaron ,
That is what I thought and that really explained & helped thank you.
Things like showing the logs I think isn't available in the Solace cloud but the Solace Software Broker.
Can I ask what is the recommended way to get / see the logs in the Solace Cloud?
Wah, I never wrote back to this! Sorry. Best way to get broker logs out of Solace Cloud is to configure an external Syslog server. This can be found under the Management tab in Cloud Console, top-right Advanced Options.
I have a couple various Syslog config options to help with getting started with an external Syslog server. Check them out here: