jx

jx

jx is a command line tool for working with Jenkins X

Synopsis

jx is a command line tool for working with Jenkins X

jx [flags]

Options

  -b, --batch-mode   Runs in batch mode without prompting for user input (default true)
  -h, --help         help for jx
      --verbose      Enables verbose output

SEE ALSO

  • jx add - Adds a new resource
  • jx boot - Boots up Jenkins X in a Kubernetes cluster using GitOps and a Jenkins X Pipeline
  • jx cloudbees - Opens the CloudBees app for Kubernetes for visualising CI/CD and your environments
  • jx completion - Output shell completion code for the given shell (bash or zsh)
  • jx compliance - Run compliance tests against Kubernetes cluster
  • jx console - Opens the Jenkins console
  • jx context - View or change the current Kubernetes context (Kubernetes cluster)
  • jx controller - Runs a controller
  • jx create - Create a new resource
  • jx delete - Deletes one or more resources
  • jx diagnose - Print diagnostic information about the Jenkins X installation
  • jx docs - Open the documentation in a browser
  • jx edit - Edit a resource
  • jx environment - View or change the current environment in the current Kubernetes cluster
  • jx gc - Garbage collects Jenkins X resources
  • jx get - Display one or more resources
  • jx import - Imports a local project or Git repository into Jenkins
  • jx init - Init Jenkins X
  • jx install - Install Jenkins X in the current Kubernetes cluster
  • jx login - Onboard an user into the CloudBees application
  • jx logs - Tails the log of the latest pod for a deployment
  • jx namespace - View or change the current namespace context in the current Kubernetes cluster
  • jx open - Open a service in a browser
  • jx options -
  • jx preview - Creates or updates a Preview Environment for the current version of an application
  • jx profile - Set your jx profile
  • jx promote - Promotes a version of an application to an Environment
  • jx prompt - Generate the command line prompt for the current team and environment
  • jx repository - Opens the web page for the current Git repository in a browser
  • jx rsh - Opens a terminal in a pod or runs a command in the pod
  • jx scan - Perform a scan action
  • jx shell - Create a sub shell so that changes to the Kubernetes context, namespace or environment remain local to the shell
  • jx start - Starts a process such as a pipeline
  • jx status - status of the Kubernetes cluster or named node
  • jx step - pipeline steps
  • jx stop - Stops a process such as a pipeline
  • jx sync - Synchronises your local files to a DevPod
  • jx team - View or change the current team in the current Kubernetes cluster
  • jx uninstall - Uninstall the Jenkins X platform
  • jx update - Updates an existing resource
  • jx upgrade - Upgrades a resource
  • jx version - Print the version information
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Last modified October 17, 2019: release 0.0.1140 (49542bb)