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doctl compute droplet neighbors

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Usage

doctl compute droplet neighbors <droplet-id> [flags]

Description

Use this command to get a list of your Droplets that are on the same physical hardware, including the following details:

- The Droplet's ID
- The Droplet's name
- The Droplet's Public IPv4 Address
- The Droplet's Private IPv4 Address
- The Droplet's IPv6 Address
- The memory size of the Droplet in MB
- The number of vCPUs on the Droplet
- The size of the Droplet's disk in GB
- The Droplet's region
- The image the Droplet was created from
- The status of the Droplet; can be `new`, `active`, `off`, or `archive`
- The tags assigned to the Droplet
- A list of features enabled for the Droplet. Examples are `backups`, `ipv6`, `monitoring`, `private_networking`
- The IDs of block storage volumes attached to the Droplet

Flags

OptionDescription
--formatColumns for output in a comma-separated list. Possible values: ID, Name, PublicIPv4, PrivateIPv4, PublicIPv6, Memory, VCPUs, Disk, Region, Image, VPCUUID, Status, Tags, Features, Volumes
--help, -hHelp for this command
--no-headerReturn raw data with no headers
Default: false
CommandDescription
doctl compute dropletManage virtual machines (Droplets)

Global Flags

OptionDescription
--access-token, -tAPI V2 access token
--api-url, -uOverride default API endpoint
--config, -cSpecify a custom config file
Default:
  • macOS: ${HOME}/Library/Application Support/doctl/config.yaml
  • Linux: ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/doctl/config.yaml
  • Windows: %APPDATA%\doctl\config.yaml
--contextSpecify a custom authentication context name
--output, -oDesired output format [text|json]
Default: text
--traceShow a log of network activity while performing a command
Default: false
--verbose, -vEnable verbose output
Default: false