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Deprecated command

We no longer actively support this command. We recommend you use apidump instead and integrate Akita with your active traffic.

Description

Uploads an OpenAPI 3 spec or a HAR file to Akita Cloud. When the upload completes, the command prints the uploaded object's Akita URI to stdout.

Examples

akita upload --dest akita://my-project:spec \
  /path/to/spec.yaml

Upload the given file as a spec for my-project. A new name is generated for the spec.

akita upload --dest akita://my-project:spec:spec1 \
  /path/to/spec.yaml

Upload the given file as a spec for my-project. The uploaded spec will be called spec1.

akita upload --dest akita://my-project:trace \
  /path/to/trace1.har /path/to/trace2.har

Upload the given files as a trace for my-project. A new name is generated for the trace.

akita upload --dest akita://my-project:trace:trace1 \
  /path/to/trace1.har /path/to/trace2.har

Upload the given files as a trace for my-project. The uploaded trace will be called trace1.

Required Flags

--dest akita_uri

The Akita URI where you want to upload to, specifying the Akita project, the type of the upload, and optionally, the name of the upload.

If a name is provided and an object already exists with that name, an error occurs, unless --append is also specified.

Optional Flags

--append

Add the upload to an existing Akita trace. If a trace with the given name doesn't already exist, it will be created and a warning will be printed to stderr. Only relevant to trace uploads.

--append-by-tag

Append the upload to the most recent trace matching the tag given in the --tags argument. Only one tag is currently supported. If no trace matches the given tag, one will be created.

--include-trackers

By default, Akita automatically filters out requests to common third-party trackers in the trace. Use this flag to include them. Only relevant to trace uploads.

--tags []string

Specify key-value pairs to attach to the uploaded trace or spec, separated by commas.

--timeout duration

Timeout for transferring and processing the upload. Defaults to 3m0s.


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