»Waypoint Server upgrade

Command: waypoint server upgrade

Upgrades Waypoint server in the current context to the latest version


Usage: waypoint server upgrade [options]

»Global Options

  • -plain - Plain output: no colors, no animation.
  • -app=<string> - App to target. Certain commands require a single app target for Waypoint configurations with multiple apps. If you have a single app, then this can be ignored.
  • -workspace=<string> - Workspace to operate in.

»Command Options

  • -auto-approve - Confirm server upgrade.
  • -context-name=<string> - Waypoint server context to upgrade.
  • -platform=<string> - Platform to upgrade the Waypoint server from, defaults to the platform stored in the context.
  • -snapshot-name=<string> - Filename to write the snapshot to. If no name is specified, by default a timestamp will be appended to the default snapshot name.
  • -snapshot - Enable or disable taking a snapshot of Waypoint server prior to upgrades.

»ecs Options

»kubernetes Options

  • -k8s-advertise-internal - Advertise the internal service address rather than the external. This is useful if all your deployments will be able to access the private service address. This will default to false but will be automatically set to true if the external host is detected to be localhost.
  • -k8s-context=<string> - The Kubernetes context to upgrade the Waypoint server to. If left unset, Waypoint will use the current Kubernetes context.
  • -k8s-namespace=<string> - Namespace to install the Waypoint server into for Kubernetes.
  • -k8s-openshift - Enables installing the Waypoint server on Kubernetes on Red Hat OpenShift. If set, auto-configures the installation.
  • -k8s-server-image=<string> - Docker image for the Waypoint server.

»nomad Options

»docker Options