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Azure CLI allows people to start & stop VMs.

However, is there any Azure CLI command that can show the VM status? I.e., whether it is started or being stopped? Thx.

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You can use the '-d' flag with list and status for all VMs

az vm list -d -o table

For single VM, you can use:

az vm list -d -o table --query "[?name=='vm-name']"

If you need more specific results then you can also try:

az vm list -d --query "[?powerState=='VM running']" -o table
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    That's indeed a better option than the accepted answer. Thanks & welcome to SU with my +25. – xpt Aug 13 '19 at 12:47
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You can get the vm status with this command:

az vm get-instance-view --name vmName --resource-group resourceGroupName --query instanceView.statuses[1] --output table

The output will like this:

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You can also run query in Azure Resource Graph Explorer

Resources
| project name, location, 
   PowerState=tostring(properties.extended.instanceView.powerState.code), type
| where type =~ 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines'
| order by name desc

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