mesh services set-command

sets the command of a service to run the given program

Synopsis

sets the command of a service to run the given program

mesh services set-command -n <service name> [flags] -- [program] [program arguments]

Examples

$ mesh service set-command -n railsapp -- bundle exec puma -C config/puma.rb

Options

  -h, --help          help for set-command
  -n, --name string   --name myservice

Options inherited from parent commands

  -e, --environment string   environment id or name, otherwise current used from widemesh.json
  -s, --stack string         stack id or name, otherwise current used from widemesh.json

SEE ALSO

  • mesh services - Scale-independent units of work based on the source code deployed in the stack