service create

Usage:    hyper service create [OPTIONS] IMAGE

Create a new service

--algorithm=roundrobin       Algorithm of the service (e.g. roundrobin, leastconn, source)
--container-port             Container port of the service, default same with service port
-e, --env=[]                 Set environment variables
--entrypoint                 Overwrite the default ENTRYPOINT of the image
--env-file=[]                Read in a file of environment variables
--health-check-fall=3        Number of consecutive valid health checks before considering the server as DOWN
--health-check-interval=3    Interval in seconds for health checking the containers
--health-check-rise=2        Number of consecutive valid health checks before considering the server as UP
--help                       Print usage
-i, --interactive            Keep STDIN open even if not attached
-l, --label=[]               Set meta data on a container
--label-file=[]              Read in a line delimited file of labels
--name                       Service name
--protocol=tcp               Protocol of the service (e.g. http, https, tcp, httpsTerm).
--replicas=-1                Number of containers belonging to this service
--service-port               Publish port of the service
--session-affinity           Whether the service uses sticky sessions
--sg=[]                      Security group for each container
--size=s4                    The size of service containers (e.g. s1, s2, s3, s4, m1, m2, m3, l1, l2, l3)
--ssl-cert                   SSL cert file for httpsTerm service
--stop-signal=SIGTERM        Signal to stop a container, SIGTERM by default
-t, --tty                    Allocate a pseudo-TTY
-v, ---volume=[]             Volume for each container
-w, --workdir                Working directory inside the container

Creates a new service based on the image and options.

Examples

Create a http service:

$ hyper service create --service-port=80 --label=app=nginx --name=http --replicas=3 nginx
http

Create a https termination service:

First gets a https certificate from certificate:

$ certbot certonly --standalone -d yourdomain.com
$ cat fullchain.pem privkey.pem > https-service.pem

Then create a service with protocol httpsTerm:

$ hyper service create --service-port=443 --container-port=80 --label=app=nginx --name=https --replicas=3 --ssl-cert=https-service.pem --protocol=httpsTerm nginx
https