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These are the flags/commands under buck2 audit and their --help output:

buck audit

Perform lower level queries

Usage: buck2-release audit [OPTIONS] <COMMAND>

Commands:
cell Query information about the [cells] list in .buckconfig.
classpath Prints out a target's classpaths if it has one.
This command is deprecated and currently available for
compatibility with buck1.
We will replace this command with something that can audit
the entire `TemplatePlaceholderInfo` in the future.
config buck audit config
configurations prints the constraints for configuration IDs
includes list build file extensions imported at parse time.
prelude print the interpreter prelude to stdout
providers prints out the providers for a target pattern
subtargets Print all subtargets
analysis-queries buck audit analysis resolving query attrs
execution-platform-resolution prints out information about execution platform resolution
visibility Verify the visibility for transitive deps of the specified
target(s) on the unconfigured target graph
starlark Debug Starlark interpreter
dep-files prints out the select files for a command
deferred-materializer Access and interact with the deferred materializer
output Query the action that produced the output artifact. Does not
support BXL, test, scratch, or anon artifacts. If the
configuration hash of the output path does not match the
current platform configuration, the unconfigured target label
will be returned.
parse Parses the buck-out path into parts that may be useful (ex:
config hash, file path to artifact).
package-values Inspect package values
help Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit cell

Query information about the [cells] list in .buckconfig.

Usage: buck2-release audit cell [OPTIONS] [CELL_ALIASES]...

Arguments:
[CELL_ALIASES]...
Cell aliases to query. These aliases will be resolved in the working directory cell.

Options:
--json
Output in JSON format

--paths-only
Don't include the cell name in the output

--aliases
If enabled and no explicit aliases are passed, will query for all aliases in the working
directory cell.

--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit classpath

Prints out a target's classpaths if it has one.
This command is deprecated and currently available for compatibility with buck1.
We will replace this command with something that can audit the entire `TemplatePlaceholderInfo`
in the future.

Usage: buck2-release audit classpath [OPTIONS] [TARGET_PATTERNS]...

Arguments:
[TARGET_PATTERNS]...
Target patterns to audit

Options:
--json
Output in JSON format

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit config

buck audit config

Usage: buck2-release audit config [OPTIONS] [SPECS]...

Arguments:
[SPECS]...
config section/key specs of the form `section` or `section.key`. If any specs are
provided, only values matching a spec will be printed (section headers will be printed
only for sections with a key matching the spec)

Options:
--cell <CELL>


--all-cells
Produce information for all cells that Buck2 knows about

--output-format <OUTPUT_FORMAT>
[possible values: simple, json]

--json


--location <LOCATION_STYLE>
[default: none]
[possible values: none, direct, extended]

--value <VALUE_STYLE>
[default: resolved]
[possible values: resolved, raw, both]

--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit configurations

prints the constraints for configuration IDs

Usage: buck2-release audit configurations [OPTIONS] [configurations]...

Arguments:
[configurations]...
configurations to audit (example: `cell//package:target-105fe3389fc7e436`). If none
provided, will print information about all known configurations.

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit includes

list build file extensions imported at parse time.

Usage: buck2-release audit includes [OPTIONS] [BUILD_FILES]...

Arguments:
[BUILD_FILES]...
Build files to audit. These are expected to be relative paths from the working dir cell.

Options:
--json
Print json representation of outputs

--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit prelude

print the interpreter prelude to stdout

Usage: buck2-release audit prelude [OPTIONS]

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit providers

prints out the providers for a target pattern

Usage: buck2-release audit providers [OPTIONS] <TARGET_PATTERNS>...

Arguments:
<TARGET_PATTERNS>...
Patterns to analyze

Options:
--quiet


-l, --list
List the available providers

--print-debug
Print the providers using debug format (very verbose)

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
-u, --target-universe <TARGET_UNIVERSE>
Comma separated list of targets to construct a configured target universe.

When the option is specified, command targets are be resolved in this universe.
Additionally, `--target-platforms=` and `--modifier=` flags are be used to configure the
universe targets, not the command targets.

This argument is particularly recommended on most non-trivial cqueries. In the absence of
this argument, buck2 will use the target literals in your cquery expression as the value
for
this argument, which may not be what you want.

--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit subtargets

Print all subtargets

Usage: buck2-release audit subtargets [OPTIONS] <TARGET_PATTERNS>...

Arguments:
<TARGET_PATTERNS>...
Patterns to analyze

Options:
--shallow
Do not recursively print all nested subtargets; print only the first level. This is set to
false by default

--json
Print subtargets as JSON

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
-u, --target-universe <TARGET_UNIVERSE>
Comma separated list of targets to construct a configured target universe.

When the option is specified, command targets are be resolved in this universe.
Additionally, `--target-platforms=` and `--modifier=` flags are be used to configure the
universe targets, not the command targets.

This argument is particularly recommended on most non-trivial cqueries. In the absence of
this argument, buck2 will use the target literals in your cquery expression as the value
for
this argument, which may not be what you want.

--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit analysis-queries

buck audit analysis resolving query attrs

Usage: buck2-release audit analysis-queries [OPTIONS] [TARGET_PATTERNS]...

Arguments:
[TARGET_PATTERNS]...
Patterns to evaluate. The query attributes for targets matching these patterns will be
evaluated

Options:
--include-outputs
Enable to print the outputs for the targets in the resolved queries

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
-u, --target-universe <TARGET_UNIVERSE>
Comma separated list of targets to construct a configured target universe.

When the option is specified, command targets are be resolved in this universe.
Additionally, `--target-platforms=` and `--modifier=` flags are be used to configure the
universe targets, not the command targets.

This argument is particularly recommended on most non-trivial cqueries. In the absence of
this argument, buck2 will use the target literals in your cquery expression as the value
for
this argument, which may not be what you want.

--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit execution-platform-resolution

prints out information about execution platform resolution

Usage: buck2-release audit execution-platform-resolution [OPTIONS] [TARGET_PATTERNS]...

Arguments:
[TARGET_PATTERNS]...
Patterns to analyze

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
-u, --target-universe <TARGET_UNIVERSE>
Comma separated list of targets to construct a configured target universe.

When the option is specified, command targets are be resolved in this universe.
Additionally, `--target-platforms=` and `--modifier=` flags are be used to configure the
universe targets, not the command targets.

This argument is particularly recommended on most non-trivial cqueries. In the absence of
this argument, buck2 will use the target literals in your cquery expression as the value
for
this argument, which may not be what you want.

--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit visibility

Verify the visibility for transitive deps of the specified target(s) on the unconfigured target
graph

Usage: buck2-release audit visibility [OPTIONS] [TARGET_PATTERNS]...

Arguments:
[TARGET_PATTERNS]...
Target pattern(s) to analyze.

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit starlark

Debug Starlark interpreter

Usage: buck2-release audit starlark [OPTIONS] <COMMAND>

Commands:
module Inspect Starlark module by fully qualified import string like foo//bar:baz.bzl
package-deps Inspect Starlark package file all bzl dependencies by package name like
foo//bar/baz
help Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit starlark module

Inspect Starlark module by fully qualified import string like foo//bar:baz.bzl

Usage: buck2-release audit starlark module [OPTIONS] <IMPORT_PATH>

Arguments:
<IMPORT_PATH>
Module import path

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit starlark package-deps

Inspect Starlark package file all bzl dependencies by package name like foo//bar/baz

Usage: buck2-release audit starlark package-deps [OPTIONS] <PACKAGE>

Arguments:
<PACKAGE>
Package

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit dep-files

prints out the select files for a command

Usage: buck2-release audit dep-files [OPTIONS] <PATTERN> <CATEGORY> [IDENTIFIER]

Arguments:
<PATTERN>
Target to query dep files for

<CATEGORY>
Action category

[IDENTIFIER]
Action identifier

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer

Access and interact with the deferred materializer

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer [OPTIONS] <COMMAND>

Commands:
list
list-subscriptions
fsck
refresh
get-refresh-log Get the log for TTL refreshes
test-iter
flush-access-times
help Print this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer list

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer list [OPTIONS]

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer list-subscriptions

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer list-subscriptions [OPTIONS]

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer fsck

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer fsck [OPTIONS]

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer refresh

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer refresh [OPTIONS] <MIN_TTL>

Arguments:
<MIN_TTL>
Minimum TTL to require for actions

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer get-refresh-log

Get the log for TTL refreshes

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer get-refresh-log [OPTIONS]

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer test-iter

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer test-iter [OPTIONS]

Options:
--count <COUNT>
[default: 1]

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit deferred-materializer flush-access-times

Usage: buck2-release audit deferred-materializer flush-access-times [OPTIONS]

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit output

Query the action that produced the output artifact. Does not support BXL, test, scratch, or anon
artifacts. If the configuration hash of the output path does not match the current platform
configuration, the unconfigured target label will be returned.

Usage: buck2-release audit output [OPTIONS] <OUTPUT_PATH>

Arguments:
<OUTPUT_PATH>
The buck-out path to the build artifact, starting with `buck-out` and including the
configuration platform.

Options:
--json


-A, --output-all-attributes
Output all attributes, equivalent of --output-attribute ''.

Avoid using this flag in automation because it may be expensive to produce certain
attributes, and because it makes harder to track which special attributes are used.

-B, --output-basic-attributes
Output basic attributes, namely those the user can supply, plus rule type and package name

-a, --output-attribute <ATTRIBUTE>
Regular expressions to match attributes. Regular expressions are used in "search" mode, so
for example empty string matches all attributes including special attributes.

When using in automation, please specify the regular expression to match the attribute
precisely, for example `--output-attribute '^headers$'` to make it easier to track which
special attributes are used.

--output-attributes <ATTRIBUTE>...
Deprecated: Use `--output-attribute` instead.

List of space-separated attributes to output, --output-attributes attr1 attr2.

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Target Configuration Options:
--target-platforms <PLATFORM>
Configuration target (one) to use to configure targets

--modifier <VALUE>
A configuration modifier to configure all targets on the command line. This may be a
constraint value target.

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit parse

Parses the buck-out path into parts that may be useful (ex: config hash, file path to artifact).

Usage: buck2-release audit parse [OPTIONS] <OUTPUT_PATH>

Options:
-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

--json


--output-attribute <OUTPUT_ATTRIBUTE>


<OUTPUT_PATH>
The buck-out path to the build artifact, starting with `buck-out` and including the
configuration platform.

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets

buck audit package-values

Inspect package values.

Package values is the thing set with `write_package_value` function from `PACKAGE` files.

Usage: buck2-release audit package-values [OPTIONS] [PACKAGES]...

Arguments:
[PACKAGES]...
Package names to inspect (like `//foo/bar`, no trailing colon)

Options:
--modifier <VALUE>
This option is not used

-h, --help
Print help (see a summary with '-h')

Buckconfig Options:
-c, --config <SECTION.OPTION=VALUE>
List of config options

--config-file <PATH>
List of config file paths

--fake-host <HOST>
[possible values: default, linux, macos, windows]

--fake-arch <ARCH>
[possible values: default, aarch64, x8664]

--fake-xcode-version <VERSION-BUILD>
Value must be formatted as: version-build (e.g., 14.3.0-14C18 or 14.1-14B47b)

--reuse-current-config
Re-uses any `--config` values (inline or via modefiles) if there's a previous command,
otherwise the flag is ignored.

If there is a previous command and `--reuse-current-config` is set, then the old config is
used, ignoring any overrides.

If there is no previous command but the flag was set, then the flag is ignored, the
command behaves as if the flag was not set at all.

--exit-when-different-state
Used for exiting a concurrent command when a different state is detected

--preemptible <PREEMPTIBLE>
Used to configure when this command could be preempted by another command

[possible values: never, always, ondifferentstate]

Starlark Options:
--disable-starlark-types
Disable runtime type checking in Starlark interpreter.

This option is not stable, and can be used only locally to diagnose evaluation performance
problems.

--stack
Record or show target call stacks.

Starlark call stacks will be included in duplicate targets error.

If a command outputs targets (like `targets` command), starlark call stacks will be
printed after the targets.

Console Options:
--console <super|simple|...>
Which console to use for this command

[env: BUCK_CONSOLE=]
[default: auto]
[possible values: simple, simplenotty, simpletty, super, auto, none]

--ui <UI>...
Configure additional superconsole ui components.

Accepts a comma-separated list of superconsole components to add. Possible values are:

dice - shows information about evaluated dice nodes debugevents - shows information about
the flow of events from buckd

These components can be turned on/off interactively. Press 'h' for help when superconsole
is active.

Possible values:
- dice
- debugevents
- io: I/O panel
- re: RE panel

--no-interactive-console
Disable console interactions

[env: BUCK_NO_INTERACTIVE_CONSOLE=]

Event Log Options:
--event-log <PATH>
Write events to this log file

--write-build-id <PATH>
Write command invocation id into this file

--unstable-write-invocation-record <PATH>
Write the invocation record (as JSON) to this path. No guarantees whatsoever are made
regarding the stability of the format

Universal Options:
-v, --verbose <VERBOSITY>
How verbose buck should be while logging.

Values: 0 = Quiet, errors only; 1 = Show status. Default; 2 = more info about errors; 3 =
more info about everything; 4 = more info about everything + stderr;

It can be combined with specific log items (stderr, full_failed_command, commands,
actions, status, stats, success) to fine-tune the verbosity of the log. Example usage
"-v=1,stderr"

[default: 1]

--oncall <ONCALL>
The oncall executing this command

--client-metadata <CLIENT_METADATA>
Metadata key-value pairs to inject into Buck2's logging. Client metadata must be of the
form `key=value`, where `key` is a snake_case identifier, and will be sent to backend
datasets