pachctl subscribe commit
Learn about the pachctl subscribe commit command
October 18, 2023
pachctl subscribe commit #
Print commits as they are created (finished).
This command prints commits as they are created in the specified repo and branch. By default, all existing commits on the specified branch are returned first. A commit is only considered created when it’s been finished.
To only see commits created after a certain commit, use the
To only see new commits created from now on, use the
To see all commit types, use the
To only see commits of a specific type, use the
pachctl subscribe commit <repo>[@<branch>] [flags]
pachctl subscribe commit foo@master ➔ subscribe to commits in the foo repo on the master branch pachctl subscribe commit foo@bar --from 0001a0100b1c10d01111e001fg00h00i ➔ starting at <commit-id>, subscribe to commits in the foo repo on the master branch pachctl subscribe commit foo@bar --new ➔ subscribe to commits in the foo repo on the master branch, but only for new commits created from now on
--all Specify results should return all types of commits (AUTO, FSCK, USER) --from string Subscribe to and return all commits since the specified commit. --full-timestamps Return absolute timestamps (as opposed to the default, relative timestamps). -h, --help help for commit --new Subscribe to and return only new commits created from now on. --origin string Specify results should only return commits of a specific type; options include AUTO, FSCK, & USER. -o, --output string Output format when --raw is set: "json" or "yaml" (default "json") --project string Specify the project (by name) containing the commit. (default "video-to-frame-traces") --raw Disable pretty printing; serialize data structures to an encoding such as json or yaml
Options inherited from parent commands #
--no-color Turn off colors. -v, --verbose Output verbose logs
SEE ALSO #
- pachctl subscribe - Wait for notifications of changes to a Pachyderm resource.