coder [global-flags] <subcommand>
Coder — A tool for provisioning self-hosted development environments with Terraform. - Start a Coder server: $ coder server - Get started by creating a template from an example: $ coder templates init
|Add an SSH Host entry for your workspaces "ssh coder.workspace"|
|Create a workspace|
|Delete a workspace|
|Personalize your workspace by applying a canonical dotfiles repository|
|List Enterprise features|
|Add, delete, and list licenses|
|Authenticate with Coder deployment|
|Unauthenticate your local session|
|Print network debug information for DERP and STUN|
|Ping a workspace|
|Forward ports from a workspace to the local machine. For reverse port forwarding, use "coder ssh -R".|
|Manage provisioner daemons|
|Output your Coder public key used for Git operations|
|Rename a workspace|
|Directly connect to the database to reset a user's password|
|Restart a workspace|
|Schedule automated start and stop times for workspaces|
|Start a Coder server|
|Display details of a workspace's resources and agents|
|Run upload and download tests from your machine to a workspace|
|Start a shell into a workspace|
|Start a workspace|
|Show resource usage for the current workspace.|
|Manually manage Terraform state to fix broken workspaces|
|Stop a workspace|
|Manage personal access tokens|
|Will update and start a given workspace if it is out of date|
|Show coder version|
Print all options, how they're set, then exit.
Disable direct (P2P) connections to workspaces.
Path to the global
coder config directory.
Additional HTTP headers added to all requests. Provide as key=value. Can be specified multiple times.
An external command that outputs additional HTTP headers added to all requests.
The command must output each header as
key=value on its own line.
Suppress warnings about unlicensed features.
Suppress warning when client and server versions do not match.
Specify an authentication token. For security reasons setting CODER_SESSION_TOKEN is preferred.
URL to a deployment.
Enable verbose output.