nctl is a command line interface (CLI) for the Nirmata platform.
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nctl by selecting your operating system and architecture below:
You can also download other versions of nctl in the
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nctl is a precompiled binary. It is distributed as a zip archive. After download, unzip the downloaded package. You can then set permissions and move the binary into a directory in your PATH.
unzip nctl_1.0.2_linux_64-bit.zip chmod u+x nctl sudo mv nctl /usr/local/bin/nctl
Test the installation using the command:
nctl you will need a Nirmata account and an API access key. To sign in to your account use the
nctl login command:
λ nctl login This command will store your credentials on this device and is not recommended for use on shared devices. Alternatively, you can use global flags or set the NIRMATA_TOKEN and NIRMATA_URL environment variables. Enter Nirmata address [https://nirmata.io]: Enter email: email@example.com Enter API key: *** redacted *** Validating user credentials...done! Wrote configuration to C:\Users\jbugwadia\.nirmata\config
To view all
nctl commands simply type nctl and hit enter:
λ nctl nctl is the command line interface for Nirmata Usage: nctl [command] Available Commands: catalogs Manage applicaton definitions from a catalog clusters View Kubernetes cluster information environments Manage environments and workloads help Help about any command kubeconfig Manage Kubernetes client (e.g. kubectl) configurations login Sign in to Nirmata raw Direct access to the Nirmata REST API version Show version and build information Flags: -h, --help help for nctl --token string the API token for your Nirmata account (env NIRMATA_TOKEN) --url string the URL address for Nirmata (env NIRMATA_URL) (default "https://nirmata.io") -v, --v Level log level for V logs Use "nctl [command] --help" for more information about a command.