porter upgrade

porter upgrade

Upgrade an installation


Upgrade an installation.

The first argument is the installation name to upgrade. This defaults to the name of the bundle.

Porter uses the docker driver as the default runtime for executing a bundle’s invocation image, but an alternate driver may be supplied via ‘–driver/-d’ or the PORTER_RUNTIME_DRIVER environment variable. For example, the ‘debug’ driver may be specified, which simply logs the info given to it and then exits.

The docker driver runs the bundle container using the local Docker host. To use a remote Docker host, set the following environment variables: DOCKER_HOST (required) DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY (optional) DOCKER_CERT_PATH (optional)

porter upgrade [INSTALLATION] [flags]


  porter upgrade --version 0.2.0
  porter upgrade --reference ghcr.io/getporter/examples/kubernetes:v0.2.0
  porter upgrade --reference localhost:5000/ghcr.io/getporter/examples/kubernetes:v0.2.0 --insecure-registry --force
  porter upgrade MyAppInDev --file myapp/bundle.json
  porter upgrade --parameter-set azure --param test-mode=true --param header-color=blue
  porter upgrade --credential-set azure --credential-set kubernetes
  porter upgrade --driver debug


      --allow-docker-host-access        Controls if the bundle should have access to the host's Docker daemon with elevated privileges. See https://porter.sh/configuration/#allow-docker-host-access for the full implications of this flag.
      --autobuild-disabled              Do not automatically build the bundle from source when the last build is out-of-date.
      --cnab-file string                Path to the CNAB bundle.json file.
  -c, --credential-set stringArray      Credential sets to use when running the bundle. It should be a named set of credentials and may be specified multiple times.
      --debug                           Run the bundle in debug mode.
  -d, --driver string                   Specify a driver to use. Allowed values: docker, debug (default "docker")
  -f, --file porter.yaml                Path to the Porter manifest. Defaults to porter.yaml in the current directory.
      --force                           Force a fresh pull of the bundle
  -h, --help                            help for upgrade
      --insecure-registry               Don't require TLS for the registry
      --mount-host-volume stringArray   Mount a host volume into the bundle. Format is <host path>:<container path>[:<option>]. May be specified multiple times. Option can be ro (read-only), rw (read-write), default is ro.
  -n, --namespace string                Namespace of the specified installation. Defaults to the global namespace.
      --no-logs                         Do not persist the bundle execution logs
      --param stringArray               Define an individual parameter in the form NAME=VALUE. Overrides parameters otherwise set via --parameter-set. May be specified multiple times.
  -p, --parameter-set stringArray       Parameter sets to use when running the bundle. It should be a named set of parameters and may be specified multiple times.
  -r, --reference string                Use a bundle in an OCI registry specified by the given reference.
      --version string                  Version to which the installation should be upgraded. This represents the version of the bundle, which assumes the convention of setting the bundle tag to its version.

Options inherited from parent commands

      --experimental strings   Comma separated list of experimental features to enable. See https://porter.sh/configuration/#experimental-feature-flags for available feature flags.
      --verbosity string       Threshold for printing messages to the console. Available values are: debug, info, warning, error. (default "info")


  • porter - With Porter you can package your application artifact, client tools, configuration and deployment logic together as a versioned bundle that you can distribute, and then install with a single command.

Most commands require a Docker daemon, either local or remote.

Try our QuickStart https://porter.sh/quickstart to learn how to use Porter.