Below is a list of commands available with your Sauce Connect Proxy application.
What You'll Need
- Make sure you're using the latest Sauce Connect Proxy version. Otherwise, some commands may not work.
- See Sauce Connect Quickstart for setup instructions and use cases.
The sc run command is a main Sauce Connect Proxy 5 command that allows provisioning a Sauce Connect Proxy server and establishing a secure connection between the Sauce Connect Proxy client and the server.
The command runs Sauce Connect Proxy in compatibility mode with Sauce Connect Proxy 4.9.x. See Sauce Connect Proxy 4.x.x CLI Reference. The command is intended to simplify the transition to Sauce Connect Proxy 5.x.x and will be removed in the future.
Unsupported Sauce Connect Proxy 4.9.x flags:
The sc completion command generates an autocompletion script for
powershell shells. See each sub-command's help for details on how to use the generated script.
sc version command output detailed version info.
Build time: 2023-10-31T21:11:37Z
Git commit: 9eb9a377aaa791765f74aace37e83d8ac1d000e2
Go Arch: arm64
Go OS: darwin
Go Version: go1.21.3
sc help command allows getting usage for other commands
Sauce Connect Proxy CLI opens a secure connection between Sauce Labs and a locally hosted applications. You can learn
more at https://docs.saucelabs.com/secure-connections/sauce-connect-5/.
run Run Sauce Connect Proxy
completion Generate the autocompletion script for the specified shell
version Print version information
The following options can be passed to any subcommand:
-c, --config-file <path> (env SAUCE_CONFIG_FILE)
Configuration file to load options from. The supported formats are: JSON, YAML, TOML, HCL, and Java
properties. The file format is determined by the file extension, if not specified the default format is YAML.
The following precedence order of configuration sources is used: command flags, environment variables, config
file, default values.
Use "sc <command> --help" for more information about a given command.