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Common Flags

Available Flags#

Following are the flags commonly available with almost every odo command.

  • --context - Use this flag to set the context directory where the component is defined.
  • --project - Use this flag to set the project for the component; defaults to the project defined in the local configuration; if none is available, then current project on the cluster
  • --app - Use this flag to set the application of the component; defaults to the application defined in the local configuration; if none is available, then app
  • --kubeconfig - Use this flag to set path to the kubeconfig if not using the default configuration
  • --show-log - Use this flag to see the logs
  • -f, --force - Use this flag to tell the command not to prompt user for confirmation
  • -v, --v - Use this flag to set the verbosity level. See (Logging in odo)[https://github.com/redhat-developer/odo/wiki/Logging-in-odo] for more information.
  • -h, --help - Use this flag to get help on a command

Note: Some flags might not be available in some commands, run the command with --help to get a list of all the available flags.