The command line tool,
calicoctl, makes it easy to manage Calico network
and security policy.
This section is a command line reference for calicoctl, organised based on the command hierarchy.
Top level help
calicoctl --help to display the following help menu for the top level
Usage: calicoctl [options] <command> [<args>...] create Create a resource by filename or stdin. replace Replace a resource by filename or stdin. apply Apply a resource by filename or stdin. This creates a resource if it does not exist, and replaces a resource if it does exists. delete Delete a resource identified by file, stdin or resource type and name. get Get a resource identified by file, stdin or resource type and name. config Manage system-wide and low-level node configuration options. ipam IP address management. node Calico node management. version Display the version of calicoctl. Options: -h --help Show this screen. -l --log-level=<level> Set the log level (one of panic, fatal, error, warn, info, debug) [default: panic] Description: The calicoctl command line tool is used to manage Calico network and security policy, to view and manage endpoint configuration, and to manage a Calico node instance. See 'calicoctl <command> --help' to read about a specific subcommand.
Top level command line options
Details on the
calicoctl commands are described in the documents linked below
organized by top level command.