jx pipeline start
Starts one or more pipelines Aliases: build,run
jx pipeline start
Starts the pipeline build.
# Start a pipeline jx pipeline start foo # Select the pipeline to start jx pipeline start # Select the pipeline to start and tail the log jx pipeline start -t # Start the given local pipeline file jx pipeline start -F .lighthouse/jenkins-x/mypipeline.yaml
--branch string The branch to start. If not specified then the default branch of the repository is used --configmap string The name of the Lighthouse ConfigMap to find the trigger configurations (default "config") -c, --context string An optional context name to find the specific kind of postsubmit/presubmit if there are more than one triggers --duration duration Maximum duration to wait for one or more matching triggers to be setup in Lighthouse. Useful for when a new repository is being imported via GitOps (default 20m0s) -e, --env stringArray List of custom environment variables to be applied to the generated PipelineRun that are created (can be use multiple times) -F, --file string The pipeline file to start -f, --filter string Filters all the available jobs by those that contain the given text --git-token string the git token used to access the git repository for in-repo configurations in lighthouse --git-username string the git username used to access the git repository for in-repo configurations in lighthouse -h, --help help for start --kind string The kind of pipeline such as presubmit or post submit. If not specified defaults to postsubmit (i.e. release) -l, --label stringArray List of custom labels to be applied to the generated PipelineRun (can be use multiple times) --param stringArray List of name=value PipelineRun parameters passed into the ligthhousejob which add or override any parameter values in the lighthouse postsubmit configuration --poll-period duration Poll period when waiting for one or more matching triggers to be setup in Lighthouse. Useful for when a new repository is being imported via GitOps (default 2s) --service-account string The Kubernetes ServiceAccount to use to run the meta pipeline (default "tekton-bot") -t, --tail Tails the build log to the current terminal --wait Waits until the trigger has been setup in Lighthouse for when a new repository is being imported via GitOps
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Last modified June 14, 2021: chore: regenerated plugin docs (168e1c3a84)