Attach
Attach to 'events' channels command

Synopsis

Attach command allows to display 'events' channel content for debugging proposes
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kubemqctl events attach [flags]
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Examples

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# attach to all 'events' channels and output running messages
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kubemqctl events attach *
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# attach to some-events 'events' channel and output running messages
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kubemqctl events attach some-events
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# attach to some-events1 and some-events2 'events' channels and output running messages
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kubemqctl events attach some-events1 some-events2
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# attach to some-events 'events' channel and output running messages filter by include regex (some*)
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kubemqctl events attach some-events -i some*
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# attach to some-events 'events' channel and output running messages filter by exclude regex (not-some*)
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kubemqctl events attach some-events -e not-some*
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Options

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-e, --exclude stringArray set (regex) strings to exclude
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-h, --help help for attach
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-i, --include stringArray set (regex) strings to include
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Options inherited from parent commands

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--config string set kubemqctl configuration file (default "./.kubemqctl.yaml")
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