jx step syntax effective

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jx step syntax effective

Outputs an effective representation of the pipeline to be executed


Reads the appropriate jenkins-x.yml, depending on context, from the current directory, if one exists, and outputs an effective representation of the pipelines

jx step syntax effective [flags]


  # view the effective pipeline
  jx step syntax effective
  # view the short version of the effective pipeline
  jx step syntax effective -s


  -c, --context string               The pipeline context if there are multiple separate pipelines for a given branch
      --default-image string         Specify the docker image to use if there is no image specified for a step and there's no Pod Template (default "gcr.io/jenkinsxio/builder-maven")
      --docker-registry string       The Docker Registry host name to use which is added as a prefix to docker images
      --docker-registry-org string   The Docker registry organisation. If blank the git repository owner is used
  -e, --env stringArray              List of custom environment variables to be applied to resources that are created
  -h, --help                         help for effective
      --image string                 Specify a custom image to use for the steps which overrides the image in the PodTemplates
      --kaniko-image string          The docker image for Kaniko (default "gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:v0.22.0")
      --output-dir string            The directory to write the output to as YAML. Defaults to STDOUT if neither --output-dir nor --output-file is specified.
      --output-file string           The file to write the output to as YAML. If unspecified and --output-dir is specified, the filename defaults to 'jenkins-x[-context]-effective.yml'
  -p, --pack string                  The build pack name. If none is specified its discovered from the source code
      --project-id string            The cloud project ID. If not specified we default to the install project
  -r, --ref string                   The Git reference (branch,tag,sha) in the Git repository to use
      --service-account string       The Kubernetes ServiceAccount to use to run the pipeline (default "tekton-bot")
  -s, --short                        Use short concise output
      --source string                The name of the source repository (default "source")
  -u, --url string                   The URL for the build pack Git repository
      --use-kaniko                   Enables using kaniko directly for building docker images (default true)
      --validate-in-cluster          Validate that resources referenced in the effective pipeline, such as volumes, exist in the current context cluster

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


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