Command 'diff-bundle'

See also: deploy

Summary

Compare a bundle with a model and report any differences.

Usage

juju diff-bundle [options] <bundle file or name>

Options

Flag Default Usage
--B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
--annotations false Include differences in annotations
--arch specify an arch <all|amd64|arm64|ppc64el|riscv64|s390x>
--base specify a base
--channel Channel to use when getting the bundle from Charmhub
--m, --model Model to operate in. Accepts [<controller name>:]<model name>|<model UUID>
--map-machines Indicates how existing machines correspond to bundle machines
--overlay Bundles to overlay on the primary bundle, applied in order
--series specify a series. DEPRECATED: use --base

Examples

juju diff-bundle localbundle.yaml
juju diff-bundle charmed-kubernetes
juju diff-bundle charmed-kubernetes --overlay local-config.yaml --overlay extra.yaml
juju diff-bundle charmed-kubernetes --base ubuntu@22.04
juju diff-bundle -m othermodel hadoop-spark
juju diff-bundle localbundle.yaml --map-machines 3=4

Details

Bundle can be a local bundle file or the name of a bundle in Charmhub. The bundle can also be combined with overlays (in the same way as the deploy command) before comparing with the model.

The map-machines option works similarly as for the deploy command, but existing is always assumed, so it doesn’t need to be specified.

Config values for comparison are always source from the “current” model generation.

Specifying a base will retrieve the bundle for the relevant store for the give base.


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