The toolbox is a CLI (command line interface) tool that is used to do
administration tasks. Toolbox executables are located in
toolbox.sh for mac/unix environments and
for windows environments.
To get help for the commands, just type the following:
$ ./toolbox.sh usage: toolbox <command> [<args>] The most commonly used toolbox commands are: delete-snapshots Deletes snapshots, either before a given timestamp or by name. dump Export data from every repository. export Export data for a specified path. help Display help information import Import data from a named export. init-project Initiates an Enonic XP application project. install-app Install an application from URL or file list-snapshots Returns a list of existing snapshots with name and status. load Import data from a dump. reindex Reindex content in search indices for the given repository and branches. reprocess Reprocesses content in the repository. restore Restores a snapshot of a previous state of the repository. set-replicas Set the number of replicas in the cluster. snapshot Stores a snapshot of the current state of the repository. upgrade Upgrade a dump to the current version. The upgraded files will be written to <dumpFolderName>_upgraded_<version> See 'toolbox help <command>' for more information on a specific command.
To get help for a specific command, you can type
toolbox.sh help <command>, like:
$ toolbox.sh help import
Here’s a list of all the commands that you can do with the toolbox: