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dtm verify

The command dtm verify checks the following:

1 Config File

dtm verify first verifies if the config file can be loaded successfully.

If not, the following information might be printed out:

  • if the config file doesn't exist, it reminds you if you forgot to specify the config file by using the "-f" parameter;
  • if the config format isn't correct, it would print some error.

2 Plugins

dtm verify then checks if all required plugins (according to the config file) exist.

If not, it tries to give you a hint that maybe you forgot to run dtm init first.

3 State

dtm verify also tries to create a state manager that operates a backend. If something is wrong with the state, it generates an error telling you what exactly the error is.

4 Config / State / Resource

For definitions of Config, State, and Resource, see Core Concepts.

dtm verify tries to see if the Config matches the State and the Resource or not. If not, it tells you what exactly is not the same, and what would happen if you run dtm apply.

If all the above checks are successful, dtm verify finishes with a success log "Verify succeeded."

5 Flags

Short Long Default Description
-f --config-file "config.yaml" The path to the config file.
-d --plugin-dir "~/.devstream/plugins" The path to plugins.