Usage: kluctl diff [flags]

Perform a diff between the locally rendered target and the already deployed target The output is by default in human readable form (a table combined with unified diffs). The output can also be changed to output a yaml file. Please note however that the format is currently not documented and prone to changes. After the diff is performed, the command will also search for prunable objects and list them.


The following sets of arguments are available:

  1. project arguments
  2. image arguments
  3. inclusion/exclusion arguments
  4. helm arguments
  5. registry arguments

In addition, the following arguments are available:

  Misc arguments:
  Command specific arguments.

      --discriminator string        Override the target discriminator.
      --force-apply                 Force conflict resolution when applying. See documentation for details
      --force-replace-on-error      Same as --replace-on-error, but also try to delete and re-create objects. See
                                    documentation for more details.
      --ignore-annotations          Ignores changes in annotations when diffing
      --ignore-kluctl-metadata      Ignores changes in Kluctl related metadata (e.g. tags, discriminators, ...)
      --ignore-labels               Ignores changes in labels when diffing
      --ignore-tags                 Ignores changes in tags when diffing
      --no-obfuscate                Disable obfuscation of sensitive/secret data
  -o, --output-format stringArray   Specify output format and target file, in the format 'format=path'. Format can
                                    either be 'text' or 'yaml'. Can be specified multiple times. The actual format
                                    for yaml is currently not documented and subject to change.
      --render-output-dir string    Specifies the target directory to render the project into. If omitted, a
                                    temporary directory is used.
      --replace-on-error            When patching an object fails, try to replace it. See documentation for more
      --short-output                When using the 'text' output format (which is the default), only names of
                                    changes objects are shown instead of showing all changes.

--force-apply and --replace-on-error have the same meaning as in deploy.