- Detailed result contents
- Configuration Options
- Custom Registries & Airgap Testing
- Using Private Images
- Advanced Customization
Sonobuoy provides many flags to customize your run but sometimes you have a special use case that isn’t supported yet. For these cases, Sonobuoy provides
sonobuoy gen will print the YAML for your run to stdout instead of actually creating it. It accepts all of the relevant flags for customizing the run just like
sonobuoy run would. You can then edit it yourself and apply it as if Sonobuoy had run it.
Output the YAML Sonobuoy would create to a file:
sonobuoy gen --e2e-focus="sig-networking" --e2e-skip="Alpha" > sonobuoy.yaml
Then manually modify it as necessary. Maybe you need special options for plugins or want your own sidecar to be running with the images.
Finally, create the resources yourself via kubectl.
kubectl apply -f sonobuoy.yaml
Note: If you find that you need this flow to accomplish your work, talk to us about it in our Slack channel or file an issue in Github. Others may have the same need and we’d love to help support you.