tanzu accelerator update

This topic tells you how to use the Tanzu Accelerator CLI tanzu accelerator update command to update an accelerator.


Update an accelerator resource with the specified name using the specified configuration.

Accelerator configuration options include: - Git repository URL and branch/tag where accelerator code and metadata is defined - Metadata like description, display-name, tags and icon-url

The update command also provides a –reoncile flag that will force the accelerator to be refreshed with any changes made to the associated Git repository.

tanzu accelerator update [flags]


tanzu accelerator update <accelerator-name> --description "Lorem Ipsum"


      --description string    description of this accelerator
      --display-name string   display name for the accelerator
      --git-branch string     Git repository branch to be used
      --git-repo string       Git repository URL for the accelerator
      --git-sub-path string   Git repository subPath to be used
      --git-tag string        Git repository tag to be used
  -h, --help                  help for update
      --icon-url string       URL for icon to use with the accelerator
      --interval string       interval for checking for updates to Git or image repository
  -n, --namespace string      namespace for accelerator system (default "accelerator-system")
      --reconcile             trigger a reconciliation including the associated GitRepository resource
      --secret-ref string     name of secret containing credentials for private Git or image repository
      --source-image string   name of the source image for the accelerator
      --tags strings          tags that can be used to search for accelerators

Options inherited from parent commands

      --context name      name of the kubeconfig context to use (default is current-context defined by kubeconfig)
      --kubeconfig file   kubeconfig file (default is $HOME/.kube/config)


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