octopus deployment-target ssh create

Create a SSH deployment target in Octopus Deploy

  octopus deployment-target ssh create [flags]

  create, new

      --account string          The name or ID of the SSH key pair or username/password account
      --environment strings     Choose at least one environment for the deployment target.
      --fingerprint string      The host fingerprint of the SSH target.
      --host string             The hostname or IP address of the SSH target to connect to.
      --machine-policy string   The machine policy for the deployment target to use, only required if not using the Default Machine Policy
  -n, --name string             A short, memorable, unique name for this deployment target.
      --platform string         The platform to use for the self-contained Calamari. Options are 'linux-x64', 'linux-arm64', 'linux-arm' or 'osx-x64'
      --port int                The port to connect to the SSH target on.
      --proxy string            Select whether to use a proxy to connect to this SSH target. If omitted, will connect directly.
      --role strings            Choose at least one role that this deployment target will provide.
      --runtime string          The runtime to use to run Calamari on the SSH target. Options are 'self-contained' or 'mono'
      --tenant strings          Associate the deployment target with tenants
      --tenant-tag strings      Associate the deployment target with tenant tags, should be in the format 'tag set name/tag name'
      --tenanted-mode string    
                                Choose the kind of deployments where this deployment target should be included. Default is 'untenanted'
  -w, --web                     Open in web browser

Global Flags:
  -h, --help                   Show help for a command
      --no-prompt              Disable prompting in interactive mode
  -f, --output-format string   Specify the output format for a command ("json", "table", or "basic") (default "table")
  -s, --space string           Specify the space for operations


Octopus Samples instance

Many of the examples we use, reference the samples instance of Octopus Deploy. If you’d like to explore the samples instance, you can log in as a guest.

$ octopus deployment-target ssh create

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