Command: Bash

Using the Bash Command

cp-remote bash
cp-remote ba # alias

This will remotely connect to a bash session on the default container specified during setup but you can specify another container to connect to. For example, if the service you want to connect to is web:

cp-remote bash -s web

Interactive Mode


You can read a full explanation of interactive mode, including how to get an API key and what arguments are available here.

Interactive mode allows you to connect directly to an environment that is not set up as a remote environment.

Running the bash command in interactive mode looks like this:

cp-remote bash --interactive --kube-environment-name php-example-cpdev-foo --service web --flow-id 1268cc54-0c360641bb54
cp-remote bash -i -e php-example-cpdev-foo -s web -f 1268cc54-0c360641bb54

cp-remote bash --interactive
cp-remote bash -i

Command Reference


Option Alias Default Description
--config Local config file. Default is .cp-remote-settings.yml within working directory.
--flow-id The flow identifier.
--kube-environment-name -e The full remote environment name (e.g. project-key-git-branch).
--service -s web The service to use (e.g. web, mysql).


Flag Alias Default Description
--interactive -i false Use interactive mode. Interactive mode allows you specify a ContinuousPipe username and API key to run commands without a token.