Version: 4.11

Command - devspace deploy

Deploy the project

Synopsis

devspace deploy [flags]
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Deploys the current project to a Space or namespace:
devspace deploy
devspace deploy -n some-namespace
devspace deploy --kube-context=deploy-context
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Flags

--allow-cyclic When enabled allows cyclic dependencies
--build-sequential Builds the images one after another instead of in parallel
--dependency strings Deploys only the specific named dependencies
--deployments string Only deploy a specifc deployment (You can specify multiple deployments comma-separated
-b, --force-build Forces to (re-)build every image
--force-dependencies Forces to re-evaluate dependencies (use with --force-build --force-deploy to actually force building & deployment of dependencies) (default true)
-d, --force-deploy Forces to (re-)deploy every deployment
-h, --help help for deploy
--skip-build Skips building of images
--skip-push Skips image pushing, useful for minikube deployment
--timeout int Timeout until deploy should stop waiting (default 120)
--verbose-dependencies Deploys the dependencies verbosely
--wait If true will wait for pods to be running or fails after given timeout

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)