The stop command stops a test. The stop command does not deprovision the cluster! The containers remain up, and running until you deprovisioning them. You are responsible for deprovisioning your cluster when you want to take it down.

bin/browserup help stop
BrowserUp Command Line Util

  browserup stop

      [--scenario=SCENARIO]       # Optional scenario ID from the browserup.yaml configuration file.
      [--run-id=RUN_ID]           # Optional ID of run to stop.
  v, [--verbose], [--no-verbose]  # Enable or disable verbose output logging. Disabled by default.
				  # Or set the $BROWSERUP_CLI_VERBOSE environment variable.
  c, [--config=CONFIG]            # Path to browserup.yaml configuration file.
                                  # Default: /Users/ebeland/apps/browserup/cli/scaffolds/python/browserup.yaml
  a, [--api-token=API_TOKEN]      # Your BrowserUp account API access token.
				  # Or set the $BROWSERUP_API_TOKEN environment variable.
				  # Required for remote tests. Optional for local tests.

Stop a load test scenario on a remote (AWS) BrowserUp cluster.
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