Jenkins X v2 is not in active development. Refer to the v3 documentation for the latest supported version.
list of jx commands
Opens a terminal in a pod or runs a command in the pod
Opens a terminal or runs a command in a pods container
jx rsh [deploymentOrPodName] [flags]
# Open a terminal in the first container of the foo deployment's latest pod jx rsh foo # Opens a terminal in the cheese container in the latest pod in the foo deployment jx rsh -c cheese foo # To connect to one of your DevPods use: jx rsh -d # To execute something in the remote shell (like classic rsh or ssh commands) jx rsh -e 'do something'
-c, --container string The name of the container to log -d, --devpod Connect to a DevPod --environment string The environment in which to look for the Deployment. Defaults to the current environment -e, --execute string Execute this command on the remote container (default "bash") -h, --help help for rsh -n, --namespace string the namespace to look for the Deployment. Defaults to the current namespace -p, --pod string the pod name to use -s, --shell string Path to the shell command --username string The username to create the DevPod. If not specified defaults to the current operating system user or $USER'
Options inherited from parent commands
-b, --batch-mode Runs in batch mode without prompting for user input --verbose Enables verbose output. The environment variable JX_LOG_LEVEL has precedence over this flag and allows setting the logging level to any value of: panic, fatal, error, warn, info, debug, trace
- jx - jx is a command line tool for working with Jenkins X
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Last modified September 2, 2020: updated jx commands & API docs from 2.1.138 (4fc0bedc90)