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dkp create cluster eks

Create a Konvoy cluster in EKS

dkp create cluster eks [flags]


      --additional-security-group-ids strings   A comma separated list of existing security group IDs to use for machines in addition to those created automatically (default [])
      --additional-tags stringToString          Tags to apply to the provisioned infrastructure (default [])
      --allow-missing-template-keys             If true, ignore any errors in templates when a field or map key is missing in the template. Only applies to golang and jsonpath output formats. (default true)
      --aws-service-endpoints string            Custom AWS service endpoints in a semi-colon separated format: ${SigningRegion1}:${ServiceID1}=${URL},${ServiceID2}=${URL};${SigningRegion2}...
  -c, --cluster-name name                       Name used to prefix the cluster and all the created resources.
      --dry-run                                 Only print the objects that would be created, without creating them.
  -h, --help                                    help for eks
      --http-proxy string                       HTTP proxy for CAPI controllers
      --https-proxy string                      HTTPS proxy for CAPI controllers
      --kind-cluster-image string               Kind node image for the bootstrap cluster (default "mesosphere/konvoy-bootstrap:v2.5.2")
      --kubeconfig string                       Path to the kubeconfig for the management cluster. If unspecified, default discovery rules apply.
      --kubernetes-pod-network-cidr cidr        The Kubernetes Pod network CIDR to use in the cluster (default
      --kubernetes-service-cidr cidr            The Kubernetes Service CIDR to use in the cluster (default
      --kubernetes-version string               Kubernetes version (default "1.24.7")
  -n, --namespace string                        If present, the namespace scope for this CLI request. (default "default")
      --no-proxy strings                        No Proxy list for CAPI controllers (default [])
  -o, --output string                           Output format. One of: (json, yaml, name, go-template, go-template-file, template, templatefile, jsonpath, jsonpath-as-json, jsonpath-file).
      --output-directory string                 Used with --output=json|yaml. The directory where to output resources to files. The directory must already exist.
      --region string                           AWS region to deploy cluster to (default "us-west-2")
      --show-managed-fields                     If true, keep the managedFields when printing objects in JSON or YAML format.
      --subnet-ids strings                      A comma separated list of existing subnet IDs to use for the kube-apiserver ELB and all control-plane and worker nodes (default [])
      --template string                         Template string or path to template file to use when -o=go-template, -o=go-template-file. The template format is golang templates [].
      --timeout duration                        The length of time to wait before giving up. Zero means wait forever (e.g. 300s, 30m, 3h). (default 30m0s)
      --vpc-id string                           Existing VPC ID to use for the cluster
      --wait                                    If true, wait for operations to complete before returning. (default true)
      --with-aws-bootstrap-credentials          Set true to use AWS bootstrap credentials from your environment. When false, the instance profile of the EC2 instance where the CAPA controller is scheduled on will be used instead.
      --with-gcp-bootstrap-credentials          Set true to use GCP bootstrap credentials from your environment. When false, the service account of the VM instance where the CAPG controller is scheduled on will be used instead.
      --worker-availability-zone string         The AvailabilityZone in the region to deploy the worker nodes to, if not set a random one will be selected (ex. us-west-2a)
      --worker-iam-instance-profile string      Name of the IAM instance profile to assign to worker machines. (default "")
      --worker-instance-type string             Worker machine instance type (default "m5.2xlarge")
      --worker-replicas int                     Number of workers (default 4)

Options inherited from parent commands

  -v, --verbose int   Output verbosity


  • dkp create cluster - Create a Kubernetes cluster, one of [aks, aws, azure, eks, gcp, preprovisioned, vsphere]
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