CLI API Reference
The following commands are available in the CLI
Add a plugin to your project
Generate a shell-completions for the following shells: bash, zsh, fish, PowerShell.
Lets you connect to your Railway plugins.
If you don't specify a plugin, you will be prompted to select a plugin to connect to.
Open the Railway documentation (this website) in the default browser
Change which environment you are using. View environment docs for more information.
If you run
railway environment without specifying a name, you will be prompted
with an environment selector that lists all your environments for the project.
Help about any command
Create a new Railway project.
init will prompt you to create a new project or a select from one of
our Starter Templates.
Connect to an existing Railway project.
link with no project ID will prompt you to select an existing project
from your Railway account.
List all projects in your Railway account
Login to your Railway account.
This will open the browser to
If you are in an environment where the terminal cannot open a web browser, (i.e. SSH session or Codespaces), you can perform a browserless login.
This will prompt you to go to a URL (you can copy and paste) and present you with a 4 word code that you need to verify. If the codes match, click "Verify" and you will be logged in
Logout of your Railway account.
View logs for the most recent deployment
Open your current Railway project in the browser.
Run a command using the Railway environment.
This injects all environment variables associated with the plugins you have
installed in your project. If you run
railway run without specifying a
command, it will try to run the Dockerfile in the current directory, if it can
View the status of your Railway project and user.
Disconnects the current directory from Railway. You will need to rerun
railway init to use railway in this directory again.
Deploy the current directory to your Railway project. The currently selected environment is used.
View all the environment variables associated with your project and environment.
Get the current version of the Railway CLI
View what user is currently authenticated with Railway
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