@heroku-cli/plugin-apps-v5
Heroku CLI plugin to manage apps.
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This core plugin comes preinstalled to the Heroku CLI.

$ npm install -g @heroku-cli/plugin-apps-v5
$ heroku COMMAND
running command...
$ heroku (-v|--version|version)
@heroku-cli/plugin-apps-v5/7.24.0 darwin-x64 node-v11.14.0
$ heroku --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ heroku COMMAND
...

heroku apps

list your apps

USAGE
  $ heroku apps

OPTIONS
  -A, --all          include apps in all teams
  -p, --personal     list apps in personal account when a default team is set
  -s, --space=space  filter by space
  -t, --team=team    team to use
  --json             output in json format

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku apps
  === My Apps
  example
  example2

  === Collaborated Apps
  theirapp   other@owner.name

heroku apps:create [APP]

creates a new app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:create [APP]

ARGUMENTS
  APP  name of app to create

OPTIONS
  -b, --buildpack=buildpack  buildpack url to use for this app
  -n, --no-remote            do not create a git remote
  -r, --remote=remote        the git remote to create, default "heroku"
  -s, --stack=stack          the stack to create the app on
  -t, --team=team            team to use
  --addons=addons            comma-delimited list of addons to install
  --json                     output in json format
  --region=region            specify region for the app to run in
  --space=space              the private space to create the app in
  --ssh-git                  use SSH git protocol for local git remote

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku apps:create
  Creating app... done, stack is cedar-14
  https://floating-dragon-42.heroku.com/ | https://git.heroku.com/floating-dragon-42.git

  # or just
  $ heroku create

  # use a heroku.yml manifest file
  $ heroku apps:create --manifest

  # specify a buildpack
  $ heroku apps:create --buildpack https://github.com/some/buildpack.git

  # specify a name
  $ heroku apps:create example

  # create a staging app
  $ heroku apps:create example-staging --remote staging

  # create an app in the eu region
  $ heroku apps:create --region eu

heroku apps:destroy

permanently destroy an app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:destroy

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app          app to run command against
  -c, --confirm=confirm
  -r, --remote=remote    git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  This will also destroy all add-ons on the app.

heroku apps:errors

view app errors

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:errors

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --dyno               show only dyno errors
  --hours=hours        number of hours to look back (default 24)
  --json               output in json format
  --router             show only router errors

heroku apps:favorites

list favorited apps

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:favorites

OPTIONS
  --json  output in json format

heroku apps:favorites:add

favorites an app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:favorites:add

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku apps:favorites:remove

unfavorites an app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:favorites:remove

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku apps:info

show detailed app information

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:info

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        app to run command against
  -j, --json
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  -s, --shell          output more shell friendly key/value pairs

DESCRIPTION
  $ heroku apps:info
  === example
  Git URL:   https://git.heroku.com/example.git
  Repo Size: 5M
  ...

  $ heroku apps:info --shell
  git_url=https://git.heroku.com/example.git
  repo_size=5000000
  ...

heroku apps:open [PATH]

open the app in a web browser

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:open [PATH]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku open -a myapp
  # opens https://myapp.herokuapp.com

  $ heroku open -a myapp /foo
  # opens https://myapp.herokuapp.com/foo

heroku apps:rename NEWNAME

rename an app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:rename NEWNAME

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --ssh-git            use ssh git protocol instead of https

DESCRIPTION
  This will locally update the git remote if it is set to the old app.

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku apps:rename --app oldname newname
  https://newname.herokuapp.com/ | https://git.heroku.com/newname.git
  Git remote heroku updated

heroku apps:stacks

show the list of available stacks

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:stacks

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku apps:stacks:set STACK

set the stack of an app

USAGE
  $ heroku apps:stacks:set STACK

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku stack:set cedar-14 -a myapp
  Stack set. Next release on myapp will use cedar-14.
  Run git push heroku master to create a new release on myapp.

heroku config:set

set one or more config vars

USAGE
  $ heroku config:set

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku config:set RAILS_ENV=staging
  Setting config vars and restarting example... done, v10
  RAILS_ENV: staging

  $ heroku config:set RAILS_ENV=staging RACK_ENV=staging
  Setting config vars and restarting example... done, v11
  RAILS_ENV: staging
  RACK_ENV:  staging

heroku domains

list domains for an app

USAGE
  $ heroku domains

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               output in json format

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku domains
  === example Heroku Domain
  example.herokuapp.com

  === example Custom Domains
  Domain Name      DNS Record Type  DNS Target
  ───────────      ───────────────  ──────────
  www.example.com  CNAME            www.example.herokudns.com

heroku domains:add HOSTNAME

add domain to an app

USAGE
  $ heroku domains:add HOSTNAME

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -j, --json           output in json format
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --wait

heroku domains:clear

remove all domains from an app

USAGE
  $ heroku domains:clear

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku domains:remove HOSTNAME

remove domain from an app

USAGE
  $ heroku domains:remove HOSTNAME

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku domains:wait [HOSTNAME]

wait for domain to be active for an app

USAGE
  $ heroku domains:wait [HOSTNAME]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku drains

display the log drains of an app

USAGE
  $ heroku drains

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               output in json format

heroku drains:add URL

adds a log drain to an app

USAGE
  $ heroku drains:add URL

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku drains:remove [URL|TOKEN]

removes a log drain from an app

USAGE
  $ heroku drains:remove [URL|TOKEN]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku dyno:kill DYNO

stop app dyno

USAGE
  $ heroku dyno:kill DYNO

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  stop app dyno or dyno type

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:stop run.1828
  Stopping run.1828 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:stop run
  Stopping run dynos... done

heroku dyno:resize

manage dyno sizes

USAGE
  $ heroku dyno:resize

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  Called with no arguments shows the current dyno size.

  Called with one argument sets the size.
  Where SIZE is one of free|hobby|standard-1x|standard-2x|performance

  Called with 1..n TYPE=SIZE arguments sets the quantity per type.

heroku dyno:restart [DYNO]

restart app dynos

USAGE
  $ heroku dyno:restart [DYNO]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  if DYNO is not specified, restarts all dynos on app

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:restart web.1
  Restarting web.1 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:restart web
  Restarting web dynos... done

  $ heroku ps:restart
  Restarting dynos... done

heroku dyno:scale

scale dyno quantity up or down

USAGE
  $ heroku dyno:scale

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  Appending a size (eg. web=2:Standard-2X) allows simultaneous scaling and resizing.

  Omitting any arguments will display the app's current dyno formation, in a
  format suitable for passing back into ps:scale.

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:scale web=3:Standard-2X worker+1
  Scaling dynos... done, now running web at 3:Standard-2X, worker at 1:Standard-1X.

  $ heroku ps:scale
  web=3:Standard-2X worker=1:Standard-1X

heroku dyno:stop DYNO

stop app dyno

USAGE
  $ heroku dyno:stop DYNO

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  stop app dyno or dyno type

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:stop run.1828
  Stopping run.1828 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:stop run
  Stopping run dynos... done

heroku features

list available app features

USAGE
  $ heroku features

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               output in json format

heroku features:disable FEATURE

disables an app feature

USAGE
  $ heroku features:disable FEATURE

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku features:enable FEATURE

enables an app feature

USAGE
  $ heroku features:enable FEATURE

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku features:info FEATURE

display information about a feature

USAGE
  $ heroku features:info FEATURE

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               output in json format

heroku keys

display your SSH keys

USAGE
  $ heroku keys

OPTIONS
  -l, --long  display full SSH keys
  --json      output in json format

heroku keys:add [KEY]

add an SSH key for a user

USAGE
  $ heroku keys:add [KEY]

OPTIONS
  -y, --yes  automatically answer yes for all prompts

DESCRIPTION
  if no KEY is specified, will try to find ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku keys:add
  Could not find an existing public key.
  Would you like to generate one? [Yn] y
  Generating new SSH public key.
  Uploading SSH public key /.ssh/id_rsa.pub... done

  $ heroku keys:add /my/key.pub
  Uploading SSH public key /my/key.pub... done

heroku keys:clear

remove all SSH keys for current user

USAGE
  $ heroku keys:clear

heroku keys:remove KEY

remove an SSH key from the user

USAGE
  $ heroku keys:remove KEY

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku keys:remove email@example.com
  Removing email@example.com SSH key... done

heroku labs

list experimental features

USAGE
  $ heroku labs

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               display as json

heroku labs:enable FEATURE

enables an experimental feature

USAGE
  $ heroku labs:enable FEATURE

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku labs:info FEATURE

show feature info

USAGE
  $ heroku labs:info FEATURE

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               display as json

heroku maintenance

display the current maintenance status of app

USAGE
  $ heroku maintenance

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku maintenance:off

take the app out of maintenance mode

USAGE
  $ heroku maintenance:off

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku maintenance:on

put the app into maintenance mode

USAGE
  $ heroku maintenance:on

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku notifications

display notifications

USAGE
  $ heroku notifications

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --all                view all notifications (not just the ones for the current app)
  --json               output in json format
  --read               show notifications already read

heroku ps [TYPE [TYPE ...]]

list dynos for an app

USAGE
  $ heroku ps [TYPE [TYPE ...]]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               display as json

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps
  === run: one-off dyno
  run.1: up for 5m: bash

  === web: bundle exec thin start -p $PORT
  web.1: created for 30s

  $ heroku ps run # specifying types
  === run: one-off dyno
  run.1: up for 5m: bash

heroku ps:kill DYNO

stop app dyno

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:kill DYNO

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  stop app dyno or dyno type

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:stop run.1828
  Stopping run.1828 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:stop run
  Stopping run dynos... done

heroku ps:resize

manage dyno sizes

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:resize

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  Called with no arguments shows the current dyno size.

  Called with one argument sets the size.
  Where SIZE is one of free|hobby|standard-1x|standard-2x|performance

  Called with 1..n TYPE=SIZE arguments sets the quantity per type.

heroku ps:restart [DYNO]

restart app dynos

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:restart [DYNO]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  if DYNO is not specified, restarts all dynos on app

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:restart web.1
  Restarting web.1 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:restart web
  Restarting web dynos... done

  $ heroku ps:restart
  Restarting dynos... done

heroku ps:scale

scale dyno quantity up or down

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:scale

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  Appending a size (eg. web=2:Standard-2X) allows simultaneous scaling and resizing.

  Omitting any arguments will display the app's current dyno formation, in a
  format suitable for passing back into ps:scale.

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:scale web=3:Standard-2X worker+1
  Scaling dynos... done, now running web at 3:Standard-2X, worker at 1:Standard-1X.

  $ heroku ps:scale
  web=3:Standard-2X worker=1:Standard-1X

heroku ps:stop DYNO

stop app dyno

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:stop DYNO

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  stop app dyno or dyno type

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku ps:stop run.1828
  Stopping run.1828 dyno... done

  $ heroku ps:stop run
  Stopping run dynos... done

heroku ps:type

manage dyno sizes

USAGE
  $ heroku ps:type

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  Called with no arguments shows the current dyno size.

  Called with one argument sets the size.
  Where SIZE is one of free|hobby|standard-1x|standard-2x|performance

  Called with 1..n TYPE=SIZE arguments sets the quantity per type.

heroku releases

display the releases for an app

USAGE
  $ heroku releases

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -n, --num=num        number of releases to show
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  --json               output releases in json format

EXAMPLES
  $ heroku releases
  === example Releases
  v1 Config add FOO_BAR email@example.com 2015/11/17 17:37:41 (~ 1h ago)
  v2 Config add BAR_BAZ email@example.com 2015/11/17 17:37:41 (~ 1h ago)
  v3 Config add BAZ_QUX email@example.com 2015/11/17 17:37:41 (~ 1h ago)

heroku releases:info [RELEASE]

view detailed information for a release

USAGE
  $ heroku releases:info [RELEASE]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use
  -s, --shell          output in shell format
  --json               output in json format

heroku releases:output [RELEASE]

View the release command output

USAGE
  $ heroku releases:output [RELEASE]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

heroku releases:rollback [RELEASE]

rollback to a previous release

USAGE
  $ heroku releases:rollback [RELEASE]

OPTIONS
  -a, --app=app        (required) app to run command against
  -r, --remote=remote  git remote of app to use

DESCRIPTION
  If RELEASE is not specified, it will rollback one release

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