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kapacitor flux task update

The kapacitor flux task update command updates a Kapacitor Flux task using a specified file or stdin.

Usage

kapacitor flux task update [flags] [flux-script]

Arguments

  • flux-script: Flux script provided via stdin (-).

Flags

Flag Description
-f --file Path to Flux script file
-h --help Show command help
-i --id Required: Flux task ID
--json Output data as JSON
--status Update the task’s status (active or inactive)

Examples

Update Flux task code using a file

kapacitor flux task update \
  --id 000x00xX0xXXx00 \
  --file /path/to/updated-task.flux

Update Flux task code via stdin

kapacitor flux task update --id 000x00xX0xXXx00 -
# Enter the Flux script in the stdin prompt

Enable or disable a Flux task

kapacitor flux task update \
  --id 000x00xX0xXXx00 \
  --status inactive

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