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Schedules

ubiops schedules

Command: ubiops schedules


ubiops schedules list

Command: ubiops schedules list

Description:

List request schedules in project.

Arguments: -

Options:

  • -fmt/--format
    The output format


ubiops schedules create

Command: ubiops schedules create

Description:

Create a new request schedule.

Arguments:

  • [required] schedule_name

Options:

  • -ot/--object_type
    The object type

  • [required] -on/--object_name
    The object name

  • -ov/--object_version
    The version name. Only relevant for object_type='deployment'.

  • [required] -d/--data
    The input data of the request

  • [required] -s/--schedule
    Schedule in crontab format (in UTC)

  • --batch
    Boolean value indicating whether the request will be performed as batch request (true) or as direct request (false)

  • --timeout
    Timeout in seconds. This field is not used for batch requests.

  • --enabled
    Boolean value indicating whether the created schedule is enabled or disabled

  • -fmt/--format
    The output format


ubiops schedules update

Command: ubiops schedules update

Description:

Update a request schedule.

Arguments:

  • [required] schedule_name

Options:

  • -n/--new_name
    The new schedule name

  • --data
    The new input data of the request

  • -s/--schedule
    New schedule in crontab format (in UTC)

  • --batch
    Boolean value indicating whether the request will be performed as batch request (true) or as direct request (false)

  • --timeout
    Timeout in seconds. This field is not used for batch requests.

  • --enabled
    Boolean value indicating whether the created schedule is enabled or disabled

  • -fmt/--format
    The output format


ubiops schedules get

Command: ubiops schedules get

Description:

Get a request schedule.

Arguments:

  • [required] schedule_name

Options:

  • -fmt/--format
    The output format


ubiops schedules delete

Command: ubiops schedules delete

Description:

Delete a request schedule.

Arguments:

  • [required] schedule_name

Options:

  • -y/--assume_yes
    Assume yes instead of asking for confirmation

  • -q/--quiet
    Suppress informational messages