Supergiant Core Control

supergiant <verb> core

Prerequisites
You must have created a Spacetime Provider with supergiant create spacetime provider
You must have created a Spacetime Kubernetes cluster with supergiant create spacetime

Core actions control the install and management of the Supergiant core application on your Kubernetes cluster.

Create core:

supergiant create core <flags>

Create core will install the latest available supported version of the supergiant core to your cluster.

Help: supergiant create core help

Flags:

optional

--kube <Kubernetes Cluster Name> - The Kubernetes cluster where you would like to install the Supergiant core. This is optional, because you can use supergiant select spacetime <Cluster name> to select a current context for your Supergiant operations. When you supergiant create spacetime import, or supergiant create spacetime the resulting Kubernetes cluster is automatically selected as your current default cluster.

Update core:

supergiant update core <flags>

Update core will rebuild your supergiant installation without touching the it's database. This can be useful for updating to newer versions of the core.

Help: supergiant update core help

Flags:

optional

--kube <Kubernetes Cluster Name> - The Kubernetes cluster where you would like to install the Supergiant core. This is optional, because you can use supergiant select spacetime <Cluster name> to select a current context for your Supergiant operations. When you supergiant create spacetime import, or supergiant create spacetime the resulting Kubernetes cluster is automatically selected as your current default cluster.

--version <version> - This option allows you to select any version available on the Supergiant api public docker-hub page. By default the CLI will choose it known latest stable version.

Delete core:

supergiant delete core <flags>

Why would you want to do that?

Help: supergiant delete core help

Flags:

optional

--kube <Kubernetes Cluster Name> - The Kubernetes cluster where you would like to install the Supergiant core. This is optional, because you can use supergiant select spacetime <Cluster name> to select a current context for your Supergiant operations. When you supergiant create spacetime import, or supergiant create spacetime the resulting Kubernetes cluster is automatically selected as your current default cluster.