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Pulumi CLI commands

    Common Commands

    The most common commands in the CLI that you’ll be using are as follows:

    • pulumi new: creates a new project using a template
    • pulumi stack: manage your stacks (at least one is required to perform an update)
    • pulumi config: configure variables such as keys, regions, and so on
    • pulumi up: preview and deploy changes to your program and/or infrastructure
    • pulumi preview: preview your changes explicitly before deploying
    • pulumi destroy: destroy your program and its infrastructure when you’re done

    Complete Reference

    Below is the complete documentation for all available commands:

    Pulumi command line


    Pulumi - Modern Infrastructure as Code

    To begin working with Pulumi, run the pulumi new command:

    $ pulumi new

    This will prompt you to create a new project for your cloud and language of choice.

    The most common commands from there are:

    - pulumi up       : Deploy code and/or resource changes
    - pulumi stack    : Manage instances of your project
    - pulumi config   : Alter your stack's configuration or secrets
    - pulumi destroy  : Tear down your stack's resources entirely

    For more information, please visit the project page: https://www.pulumi.com/docs/


          --color string                 Colorize output. Choices are: always, never, raw, auto (default "auto")
      -C, --cwd string                   Run pulumi as if it had been started in another directory
          --disable-integrity-checking   Disable integrity checking of checkpoint files
      -e, --emoji                        Enable emojis in the output
      -h, --help                         help for pulumi
          --logflow                      Flow log settings to child processes (like plugins)
          --logtostderr                  Log to stderr instead of to files
          --memprofilerate int           Enable more precise (and expensive) memory allocation profiles by setting runtime.MemProfileRate
          --non-interactive              Disable interactive mode for all commands
          --profiling string             Emit CPU and memory profiles and an execution trace to '[filename].[pid].{cpu,mem,trace}', respectively
          --tracing file:                Emit tracing to the specified endpoint. Use the file: scheme to write tracing data to a local file
      -v, --verbose int                  Enable verbose logging (e.g., v=3); anything >3 is very verbose


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