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tnctl retry

tnctl retry

Attempts to restart a configuration


By default a Configuration is only run on a change to the specification. Its useful however to be able to restart the process without changing the spec - i.e. the credentials were incorrect and out-of-band error occurred or so forth.

This command will restart the process by tagging the configuration with a annotation. By default the restarted process will be watched for logs.

Restart the Configuration: $ tnctl retry NAME

Restart the Configuration but do not watch the logs: $ tnctl retry NAME --watch=false

tnctl retry [OPTIONS] NAME [flags]


  -h, --help               help for retry
-n, --namespace string The namespace the configuration resides (default "default")
-w, --watch Watch the logs after restarting the configuration (default true)

Options inherited from parent commands

      --config string   Path to the configuration file (default "HOME/.tnctl.yaml")
--verbose Enable verbose logging


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