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Pull an image or build a docker service
jet load service [flags]
|--ci-branch||The name of the branch being built|
|--debug||Turn debug output on|
|--dir||Current Directory||The directory to use|
|--dockercfg-service||The name of the service with which the dockercfg should be generated|
|--encrypted-dockercfg-path||The path to the encrypted dockercfg file to be used|
|--key-path string||codeship.aes||The key path for encrypting secure environment variables.|
|--no-remove||Do not remove any containers that are run, overrides all other settings|
|--pull-if-present||false||Pull images that are already present|
|--services-path string||codeship-services.yml||The relative services path|
jet load command allows you to build a service without executing anything. This can be helpful for debugging, e.g. if one particular service fails to load correctly you can isolate the issue by loading only that service. You can load a service defined in the codeship-services.yml file.
$ jet load web (step: web-36a86f22) (image: registry.heroku.com/todos-js/web) (service: web) Step 1/7 : FROM node:8.6.0-alpine (image: registry.heroku.com/todos-js/web) (service: web) ---> b7e15c83cdaf ... (step: web-36a86f22) success ✔
We also have a couple of code examples and sample projects available.