jx boot

jx boot

Boots up Jenkins X in a Kubernetes cluster using GitOps and a Jenkins X Pipeline

Synopsis

Boots up Jenkins X in a Kubernetes cluster using GitOps and a Jenkins X Pipeline

For more documentation see: https://jenkins-x.io/getting-started/boot/

jx boot [flags]

Examples

  # create a kubernetes cluster via Terraform or via jx
  jx create cluster gke --skip-installation
  
  # now lets boot up Jenkins X installing/upgrading whatever is needed
  jx boot
  
  # if we have already booted and just want to apply some environment changes without
  # re-applying ingress and so forth we can start at the environment step:
  jx boot --start-step install-env

Options

  -d, --dir string             the directory to look for the Jenkins X Pipeline, requirements and charts (default ".")
  -e, --end-step string        the step in the pipeline to end at
      --git-ref string         override the Git ref for the JX Boot source to start from, ignoring the versions stream. Normally specified with git-url as well
  -u, --git-url string         override the Git clone URL for the JX Boot source to start from, ignoring the versions stream. Normally specified with git-ref as well
  -v, --helm-log string        sets the helm logging level from 0 to 9. Passed into the helm CLI via the '-v' argument. Useful to diagnose helm related issues
  -h, --help                   help for boot
  -s, --start-step string      the step in the pipeline to start from
      --versions-ref string    the bootstrap ref for the versions repo. Once the boot config is cloned, the repo will be then read from the jx-requirements.yaml (default "master")
      --versions-repo string   the bootstrap URL for the versions repo. Once the boot config is cloned, the repo will be then read from the jx-requirements.yaml (default "https://github.com/jenkins-x/jenkins-x-versions.git")

Options inherited from parent commands

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

SEE ALSO

  • jx - jx is a command line tool for working with Jenkins X
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Last modified October 17, 2019: release 0.0.1140 (49542bb)