jxl boot run --git-url=https://github.com/myorg/env-mycluster-dev.git
If you are using a private git repository you can specify the user name and token to clone the git repository via
--git-token arguments or you can add them into the URL:
jxl boot run --git-url=https://myusername:email@example.com/myorg/env-mycluster-dev.git
Once you have booted up once you can omit the
git-url argument as it can be discovered from the
jxl boot run
This will use helm to install the boot Job and tail the log of the pod so you can see the boot job run. It looks like the boot process is running locally on your laptop but really it is all running inside a Pod inside Kubernetes.
Once this has finished you are ready to import or create a quicstart.
Upgrading your cluster
Once you have the git repository for the upgrade you need to run the boot Job in a clean empty cluster.
To simplify things you may want to create a new cluster, connect to that and then boot from there. If you are happy with the results you can scale down/destroy the old one
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