spatial project deployment launch
Launch a deployment.
Orchestrate a new deployment to run the given code with and tag the deployment. Launching while uploading to the same assembly name in parallel can result in undefined behavior.
spatial project deployment launch <assembly name> <launch configuration> <deployment name> [flags]
--cluster string Cluster to create the deployment in. For example, 'gce-us-central1-c'. Leave blank to automatically pick. --deployment_description string Description for the deployment. --hide_overview_page Set flag to not open the deployment overview page. --no_history Do not create a new history. You should normally never need to specify this. --runtime_version string Specify a runtime version to start a deployment with. Defaults to using the latest stable released version. (Deprecated aliases: 'fabric_version', 'experimental_runtime') --snapshot string Path to the snapshot to start the deployment from. (default "no snapshot") --tags strings Comma-delimited list of tags to attach to the new deployment. --upload_timeout duration Snapshot upload timeout ('2s', '1m', etc). (default 2m0s)
Options inherited from parent commands
--json_output Print output in JSON format. Useful when you need to parse the Spatial CLI output. --log_directory string Sets the directory log files will be created in. If not specified, this is set to <project_root>/logs when inside a project directory and logging is disabled when outside a project directory. --log_level string Sets the log level. Available log levels: debug, info, warning, error, fatal, or panic. --main_config string The path to your project's main configuration file (usually called spatialos.json) --no_animation Disable dynamic output elements such as the spinner, progress bars, etc. --project_name string This flag overrides the project name given in the spatialos.json file of the current SpatialOS project (if there is one).