View the deployment history

View the deployment historyΒΆ

Fuel stores the information about all deployment workflows associated with each deployment of an environment. You can view the deployment history through the Fuel web UI (timeline or table view mode) as well as the Fuel CLI.

To view the deployment history using the Fuel web UI:

  1. Log in to the Fuel web UI.
  2. Select the required OpenStack environment.
  3. Select from the following options:
    • If you want to view a deployment workflow in progress:
      1. Go to the Dashboard tab.
      2. Click Show Details under the deployment progress bar.
    • If you want to view the deployment history details of an already deployed OpenStack environment:
      1. Go the History tab.
      2. Select the required deployment.

To view the deployment history using the Fuel CLI:

  1. Log in to the Fuel Master node.

  2. Obtain the ID of the deployment task using one of the following commands:

    fuel task
    fuel2 task list


    By default, the fuel2 task list shows all deployment tasks. Although, you can filter the tasks in the command output by:

    • Environment ID:

      fuel2 task list --env <ENV_ID>
    • Tasks statuses:

      fuel2 task list --statuses ready

      The available tasks statuses are pending, error, ready, and running.

    • Tasks names:

      fuel2 task list --names <TASK_NAME>
  3. Get the information on deployment tasks running on nodes:

    fuel deployment-tasks --task-id <TASK_ID> --task-name <TASK_NAME> --include-summary --statuses ready, pending --nodes 1,2
    fuel2 task history show <TASK_ID> --include-summary --nodes 3 --statuses error skipped

    where <TASK_ID> is the ID of the deployment task.


The fuel task and fuel2 task list commands show the Nailgun tasks, such as provisioning, deployment, verify networks, and so on. The fuel deployment-tasks and fuel2 task history show commands show the deployment tasks running on nodes, such as database, upload_configuration, hiera, and so on.

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