Want to try our new installers for flyctl on Windows/Mac/Linux?
We're tuning up the installers to make them smoother and simpler.
Mac and Linux: curl https://fly.io/install.sh | sh
Windows: iwr https://fly.io/install.ps1 | iex …
Am I able to access past images directly if I want to inspect them?
Want to be able to launch the image locally, ideally.
Is there a way to SSH/get a shell into a machine if I want to investigate…
What's happening during the "optimizing image" phase and how can I optimize it?
This is easily the longest part of my deploy. I'm unsure if there's an inherent wait here or if I should try to figure out if I accidentally did something to make my image too large. Thanks
How do I select a specific Dockerfile in a folder that has multiple?
How do I temporarily stop an app?
Permanently deleting something seems a bit extreme, but is the only obvious option that seems close.
Psst... want to know a secret? There's a new command in flyctl
You know how you deploy to Fly and it's all sweet and smooth....
And then you do flyctl info to get the hostname of your new deployment
And then you open your browser and cut and paste that hostname in …
flyctl 0.0.115 and 0.0.114 - not able to unset secrets
flyctl 0.0.115 ea1c1aa 2020-04-15 21:02:46.266824 +0530 IST m=+0.001320740
After running unset command when running list, still able to see secrets.
Deploy local image
I'm using Docker Toolbox on Mac. Perhaps this is the problem. But in any case, Returns
So it seems it does not find this local image and tries to load it from elsewhere? Or perhaps flyctl can't access local images because it needs some docker certs/credentials to access the…
Error on `apps create`: open /me/project.com: is a directory
I followed the getting started speed run: https://fly.io/docs/speedrun/#start-your-speed-run-now and used the brew tap install method (which seems to install an older version).
Maybe has to do with the . in the path. Version is 0.0.106.