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pachctl create pipeline

Learn about the pachctl_create_pipeline command

September 7, 2023

pachctl create pipeline #

Create a new pipeline.

Synopsis #

This command creates a new pipeline from a pipeline specification.

You can create a pipeline using a JSON/YAML file or a jsonnet template file – via either a local filepath or URL. Multiple pipelines can be created from one file.For details on the format, see https://docs.pachyderm.com/latest/reference/pipeline_spec/.

  • To create a pipeline from a JSON/YAML file, use the --file flag
  • To create a pipeline from a jsonnet template file, use the --jsonnet flag; you can optionally pay multiple arguments separately using --arg
  • To push your local images to docker registry, use the --push-images and --username flags
  • To push your local images to custom registry, use the --push-images, --registry, and --username flags
pachctl create pipeline [flags]

Examples #

	 pachctl create pipeline -file regression.json 
	 pachctl create pipeline -file foo.json --project bar 
	 pachctl create pipeline -file foo.json --push-images --username lbliii 
	 pachctl create pipeline --jsonnet /templates/foo.jsonnet --arg myimage=bar --arg src=image 

Options #

      --arg stringArray   Provide a top-level argument in the form of 'param=value' passed to the Jsonnet template; requires --jsonnet. For multiple args, --arg may be set more than once.
      --dry-run           If true, pipeline will not actually be created.
  -f, --file string       Provide a JSON/YAML file (url or filepath) for one or more pipelines. "-" reads from stdin (the default behavior). Exactly one of --file and --jsonnet must be set.
  -h, --help              help for pipeline
      --jsonnet string    Provide a Jsonnet template file (url or filepath) for one or more pipelines. "-" reads from stdin. Exactly one of --file and --jsonnet must be set. Jsonnet templates must contain a top-level function; strings can be passed to this function with --arg (below)
  -o, --output string     Output format when --raw is set: "json" or "yaml" (default "json")
      --project string    Specify the project (by name) in which to create the pipeline. (default "video-to-frame-traces")
  -p, --push-images       Specify that the local docker images should be pushed into the registry (docker by default).
      --raw               Disable pretty printing; serialize data structures to an encoding such as json or yaml
  -r, --registry string   Specify an alternative registry to push images to. (default "index.docker.io")
  -u, --username string   Specify the username to push images as.

Options inherited from parent commands #

      --no-color   Turn off colors.
  -v, --verbose    Output verbose logs

SEE ALSO #