run

Description:

run deployment version, solution.

Example:

Flags:

Short Name Usage Default value

Subcommands:

  • run deployment-version run specific deployment version. Aliases: depl-version, devers, deploy-vers, depver, deplver
  • run solution run solution from template. Aliases: sol, solutions, sols, solu, so

run solution

Description:

Run solution. Solution is an object that allows to create and manage several deployments and services at once.

There are several ways to run solution: - –file flag, FILE_PATH - interactive wizard

Use the –force flag to skip wizard

Example:

chkit run solution [$TEMPLATE] [–env=KEY1:VALUE1,KEY2:VALUE2] [–file $FILENAME] [–force]

Flags:

Short Name Usage Default value
–branch solution git repo branch, optional
–env solution environment variables, optional
–export-file output file
-f –force suppress confirmation, optional false
–import-file
-i –input input format, json/yaml
–name solution name, optional
-o –output output format, json/yaml
–template solution template, optional

Subcommands:

run deployment-version

Description:

Deployment name can be set as first arg, flag ‘–deployment’ or in interactive menu. Version can be set in free form (v1.0.2, 14.7, 3.6.0, etc.) or in interactive menu too. If flag value is ‘-’ or ‘latest’, then the latest version of deployment is used.

In force mode both deployment and version parameters are required.

Example:

chkit run deployment-version –deployment $DEPLOYMENT –version $VERSION –force

Flags:

Short Name Usage Default value
–deployment deployment name, can be chosen in interactive menu
-f –force suppress confirmation false
–version deployment version, can be chosen in interactive menu. If ‘-’ or ‘latest’ then latest version is used.

Subcommands: