operator-sdk generate kustomize manifests

operator-sdk generate kustomize manifests

Generates kustomize bases and a kustomization.yaml for operator-framework manifests

Synopsis

Running ‘generate kustomize manifests’ will (re)generate kustomize bases and a kustomization.yaml in ‘config/manifests’, which are used to build operator-framework manifests by other operator-sdk commands. This command will interactively ask for UI metadata, an important component of manifest bases, by default unless a base already exists or you set ‘–interactive=false’.

operator-sdk generate kustomize manifests [flags]

Examples


  $ operator-sdk generate kustomize manifests

  Display name for the operator (required):
  > memcached-operator
  ...

  $ tree config/manifests
  config/manifests
  ├── bases
  │   └── memcached-operator.clusterserviceversion.yaml
  └── kustomization.yaml

  # After generating kustomize bases and a kustomization.yaml, you can generate a bundle or package manifests.

  # To generate a bundle:
  $ kustomize build config/manifests | operator-sdk generate bundle --version 0.0.1

  # To generate package manifests:
  $ kustomize build config/manifests | operator-sdk generate packagemanifests --version 0.0.1

Options

      --apis-dir string        Root directory for API type defintions
  -h, --help                   help for manifests
      --input-dir string       Directory containing existing kustomize files
      --interactive            When set or no kustomize base exists, an interactive command prompt will be presented to accept non-inferrable metadata
      --operator-name string   Name of the operator
      --output-dir string      Directory to write kustomize files
  -q, --quiet                  Run in quiet mode

Options inherited from parent commands

      --verbose   Enable verbose logging

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