Version: 4.11

Command - devspace connect cluster

Connects an existing cluster to DevSpace Cloud

Synopsis

devspace connect cluster [flags]
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Connects an existing cluster to DevSpace Cloud.
Examples:
devspace connect cluster
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Flags

--admission-controller Deploy the admission controller (default true)
--cert-manager Deploy a cert manager (default true)
--context string The kube context to use
--domain string The domain to use
--gatekeeper Deploy the gatekeeper (default true)
--gatekeeper-rules Deploy the gatekeeper default rules (default true)
-h, --help help for cluster
--ingress-controller Deploy an ingress controller (default true)
--key string The encryption key to use
--name string The cluster name to create
--open-ui Opens the UI and displays the cluster overview
--provider string The cloud provider to use
--public Connects a new public cluster
--use-domain Use an automatic domain for the cluster
--use-hostnetwork Use the host network for the ingress controller instead of a loadbalancer

Global & Inherited Flags

--config string The devspace config file to use
--debug Prints the stack trace if an error occurs
--kube-context string The kubernetes context to use
-n, --namespace string The kubernetes namespace to use
--no-warn If true does not show any warning when deploying into a different namespace or kube-context than before
-p, --profile string The devspace profile to use (if there is any)
--silent Run in silent mode and prevents any devspace log output except panics & fatals
-s, --switch-context Switches and uses the last kube context and namespace that was used to deploy the DevSpace project
--var strings Variables to override during execution (e.g. --var=MYVAR=MYVALUE)