sealos env is a command in the Sealos command-line tool, used to display the current environment variables supported by sealos and their current values.
Viewing Environment Variables
To view the environment variables, you can use the
sealos env command:
Viewing Environment Variables and Descriptions
To view the environment variables and their descriptions, you can use the
sealos env -v command:
sealos env -v
How to Set Environment Variables
BUILDAH_LOG_LEVEL=debug sealos images
SEALOS_REGISTRY_SYNC_EXPERIMENTAL=true sealos build -t xxx .
That's the usage guide for the
sealos env command, and we hope it has been helpful. If you encounter any problems during usage, feel free to ask us.