garden job from garden-linux/0.327.0
A boolean stating whether or not containers started on this host should be able to reach this host.
List of CIDR blocks to which containers will be allowed access (applied after deny).
tcp address on which to serve debug info
duration after which to reap idle containers
path to the rootfs to use when a container specifies no rootfs
List of CIDR blocks to which containers will be denied access.
destroy existing containers when the server starts up
An URL pointing to the Docker registry to use to fetch Docker images. If unset, this will default to the Docker default.
A URL that points at the Metron agent to which metrics are forwarded. By default, it matches with the default of Metron.
A string identifier that will be used when reporting metrics to Dropsonde.
Http proxy that Garden process should use
Https proxy that Garden process should use
An array of IP:PORT tuples and CIDR subnet masks. Pulling from docker registries with self signed certificates will not be permitted if the registry’s address is not listed here.
Garden server listening address.
Garden server connection mode (tcp or unix).
Log level of the Garden server. Can be one of debug, info, error or fatal
Maximum network transmission unit length in bytes.
A CIDR subnet mask specifying the range of subnets available to be assigned to containers.
List of comma-separated hosts that should skip connecting to the proxy
An integer used to denote how many ports are avaliable for Net In calls. Uses the Garden default if not set.
An integer port number used to denote where ports should start being allocated for Net In calls. Uses the Garden default if not set.
A string that is a server-wide identifier used for ‘global’ configuration.
Templates are rendered and placed onto corresponding
instances during the deployment process. This job's templates
will be placed into
Packages are compiled and placed onto corresponding
instances during the deployment process. Packages will be