The sloppy rollback command is used to change the version of your application.

Usage

For the sloppy rollback command to work you just need to provide the path of application and add the desired version time stamp, like this:

$ sloppy rollback [OPTIONS] MyProjectName/MyServiceName/MyAppName VersionTimeStamp
$ sloppy rollback [OPTIONS] MyProjectName/MyServiceName/MyAppName 2016-01-25T16:50:14.947Z

Options

The following options will work in conjunction with the sloppy rollback command.

--help Show help for command. 

Output

Here is an example output:

Rollback

$ sloppy rollback wordpress/frontend/apache 2016-01-18T11:08:51.611Z

Application:  apache
Version:      2016-01-18T11:12:53.777Z
Memory:       512 MiB
Total Memory: 512 MiB
Instances:    3 / 1
Domain:       pf12.sloppy.zone
Image:        wordpress
Command:      -
Ports:        80
Versions:     2016-01-18T11:08:51.611Z
              2016-01-18T11:10:23.693Z
              2016-01-18T11:11:01.176Z
              2016-01-18T11:12:53.777Z
Dependencies: /work-wordpress/backend/mysql
Environments: WORDPRESS_DB_HOST="mysql.backend.wordpress.work"
              WORDPRESS_DB_PASSWORD="test"
              WORDPRESS_DB_USER="user"
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