This command lets you set the API URL, the license key, and the output style.
orka config OR orka config -a <ORKA_API_URL> -l <ORKA_LICENSE_KEY> --output-style <OUTPUT-STYLE> -y
- (Required) For
URL, provide the service endpoint for your Orka environment in the following format:
What's your Orka endpoint?
You can get the IP for your Orka endpoint from your IP Plan.
For clusters initially deployed with Orka 2.1+, it's the
.20address for your
For clusters initially deployed before Orka 2.1, it's the
.100address for your
10.221.188.100. You need to use
httpwith the IP.
To get the custom domain for your Orka cluster, if enabled:
- Log into your MacStadium account.
- Go to Subscriptions (from the top right corner) and select your Orka cluster.
- In the Subscription & Plan details, find your custom domain at the bottom. If you don't see a custom domain field, it's not enabled for your environment yet.
You need to use
httpswith your custom domain.
Note that you can use both
https://<orka-custom-domain>in your workflows.
Using a custom domain?
If you're using OpenConnect to access your Orka cluster via VPN, you need to add a DNS server to your network configuration.
If you're using Cisco AnyConnect on macOS or Linux, you're already set and you don't need to make any changes. If you're using Cisco AnyConnect on Windows, you need to add a DNS server.
- (Optional) For
License key, provide your Orka license key as provided in your IP Plan or by administrator.
- (Optional) For
Output style, set
JSON. If you set
JSON, Orka will provide the output in
You can pass the following options in direct mode:
The API URL for your Orka environment.
The default Orka service endpoint is
If you have a custom domain enabled, you can use
The value for your Orka license key. When specified, this option also stores the license key locally for use by other commands.
The value of the output style. Defaults to TABLE. Specifying JSON disables interactive mode causes all output to be JSON.
Bypasses the interactive prompt and executes the command with the specified parameters.
Returns the output of the command in
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