MindSphere CLI: mdsp events-bulk Command


mdsp events-bulk


mdsp events-bulk --help

Alternative form:

mc events-bulk

(The CLI was using mc as default command name in older versions)


download or delete the events in bulk *


Parameter list:

Usage: mc events-bulk|dn [options]

download or delete the events in bulk *

  -m, --mode [download|template|delete|check]  mode [download | template | delete | check] (default: "download")
  -d, --dir                               download folder (default: "eventdownload")
  -i, --assetid                       MindSphere asset id
  -j, --jobid                           check deletion process of jobs with jobid
  -f, --filter [filter]                        JSON file with filter (see:
  -s, --size                             max entries per file  (default: "100")
  -t, --sort                             sort events  (default: "timestamp,asc")
  -p, --passkey                       passkey
  -y, --retry                          retry attempts before giving up (default: "3")
  -v, --verbose                                verbose output
  -h, --help                                   display help for command


Here are some examples of how to use the mdsp events-bulk command:


    mdsp events-bulk --mode download  --asssetid 1234567..ef  	 download events from specified asset
    mdsp events-bulk --mode download --dir newdir  		 download last 7 days of events to  folder
    mdsp events-bulk --mode template --assetid 1234576..ef  	 create template file event.filter.mdsp.json
    mdsp events-bulk --mode download --filter event.filter.mdsp.json 		 download events using configured filter
    mdsp events-bulk --mode delete --filter event.filter.mdsp.json 		 delete events using configured filter
    mdsp events-bulk --mode check --jobid  		 check the state of bulk deleting job

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