unikube project

Manage your projects.

unikube project [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

delete

Delete the current project and all related data.

unikube project delete [OPTIONS] [PROJECT]

Options

-o, --organization <organization>

Select an organization

Arguments

PROJECT

Optional argument

down

Stop/pause cluster.

unikube project down [OPTIONS] [PROJECT]

Options

-o, --organization <organization>

Select an organization

Arguments

PROJECT

Optional argument

info

Displays the id, title and optional description of the selected project.

unikube project info [OPTIONS] [PROJECT]

Options

-o, --organization <organization>

Select an organization

Arguments

PROJECT

Optional argument

list

Display a table of all available project names alongside with the ids.

unikube project list [OPTIONS]

Options

-o, --organization <organization>

Select an organization

prune

Remove unused clusters.

unikube project prune [OPTIONS]

up

This command starts or resumes a Kubernetes cluster for the specified project. As it is a selection command, the project can be specified and/or filtered in several ways:

  • as a positional argument, id or project title can be specified, or from a set context

  • as an interactive selection from available projects

  • via -o or --organization option, specifying an organisation to which a project belongs

unikube project up [OPTIONS] [PROJECT]

Options

-o, --organization <organization>

Select an organization

--ingress <ingress>

Overwrite the ingress port for the project from cluster settings

-p, --provider <provider>

Specify the Kubernetes provider type for this cluster (default uses k3d)

--workers <workers>

Specify count of k3d worker nodes

Arguments

PROJECT

Optional argument