clusterctl alpha rollout command manages the rollout of a Cluster API resource. It consists of several sub-commands which are documented below.
restart sub-command to force an immediate rollout. Note that rollout refers to the replacement of existing machines with new machines using the desired rollout strategy (default: rolling update). For example, here the MachineDeployment
my-md-0 will be immediately rolled out:
clusterctl alpha rollout restart machinedeployment/my-md-0
undo sub-command to rollback to an earlier revision. For example, here the MachineDeployment
my-md-0 will be rolled back to revision number 3. If the
--to-revision flag is omitted, the MachineDeployment will be rolled back to the revision immediately preceding the current one. If the desired revision does not exist, the undo will return an error.
clusterctl alpha rollout undo machinedeployment/my-md-0 --to-revision=3
pause sub-command to pause a Cluster API resource. The command is a NOP if the resource is already paused. Note that internally, this command sets the
Paused field within the resource spec (e.g. MachineDeployment.Spec.Paused) to true.
clusterctl alpha rollout pause machinedeployment/my-md-0
resume sub-command to resume a currently paused Cluster API resource. The command is a NOP if the resource is currently not paused.
clusterctl alpha rollout resume machinedeployment/my-md-0