Dapr command line (CLI) reference

Detailed information on the dapr CLI

The Dapr CLI allows you to setup Dapr on your local dev machine or on a Kubernetes cluster, provides debugging support, and launches and manages Dapr instances.

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  dapr [command]

Available Commands:
  components     List all Dapr components
  configurations List all Dapr configurations
  help           Help about any command
  init           Setup dapr in Kubernetes or Standalone modes
  invoke         Invokes a Dapr app with an optional payload (deprecated, use invokePost)
  invokeGet      Issue HTTP GET to Dapr app
  invokePost     Issue HTTP POST to Dapr app with an optional payload
  list           List all Dapr instances
  logs           Gets Dapr sidecar logs for an app in Kubernetes
  mtls           Check if mTLS is enabled in a Kubernetes cluster
  publish        Publish an event to multiple consumers
  run            Launches Dapr and (optionally) your app side by side
  status         Shows the Dapr system services (control plane) health status.
  stop           Stops multiple running Dapr instances and their associated apps
  uninstall      Removes a Dapr installation

  -h, --help      help for Dapr
      --version   version for Dapr

Use "dapr [command] --help" for more information about a command.

Command Reference

You can learn more about each Dapr command from the links below.

Environment Variables

Some Dapr flags can be set via environment variables (e.g. DAPR_NETWORK for the --network flag of the dapr init command). Note that specifying the flag on the command line overrides any set environment variable.