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Version: 0.9



kore provides a cli for Kore

kore [flags]


kore command [options] [-t|--team]


      --debug            Indicates we should use debug / trace logging (default: false)      --force            Used to force an operation to happen (default: false)  -h, --help             help for kore      --no-wait          Indicates we should not wait for resources to provision  -o, --output string    Output format of the resource (json,yaml,table,template) (default "table")      --profile string   Use a profile other than your default for this command      --show-headers     Indicates we should display headers on table out (default true)  -t, --team string      The team you are operating within      --verbose          Enables verbose logging for debugging purposes (default: false)


  • kore access - Gains access to a Kore-managed resource
  • kore alpha - Experimental services and operations
  • kore api-resources - Returns a list of all the available resources in Kore
  • kore apply - Allows you to apply one or more resources to the api
  • kore assign - Assign allows you to apply a policy, role or compliance package
  • kore assume - Escalates your privileges for a short-lived time
  • kore completion - Provides the autocomplete output so you can source into your shell
  • kore create - Creates one or more resources
  • kore delete - Lets you delete one or more resources
  • kore disable - Disables a resource
  • kore edit - Allows you to edit a resource
  • kore enable - Enables a resource
  • kore get - Retrieves resources
  • kore kubeconfig - Adds your team provisioned clusters to your kubeconfig
  • kore local - Provides the provision of local installation for Kore for testing
  • kore login - Authenticate yourself and retrieve a token for Kore
  • kore logout - Deletes the login credentials from the current or selected profile
  • kore patch - Allows you to patch a resource
  • kore profiles - Manage profiles, allowing you to switch, list, and show profiles
  • kore run - Used to trigger one or more resources
  • kore serverinfo - Retrieves details on the Kore API
  • kore sessions - Session displays assumed sessions
  • kore setup - Initialises dependencies required to run Kore
  • kore use - Uses or switches to a resource
  • kore version - Retrieves the version of the client and server
  • kore whoami - Used to retrieve details on your identity
Last updated on Aug 5, 2021