By default, Rio will automatically poll the git repo and check if code has changed. You can also configure a webhook to automatically push any events to Rio to trigger the build.
Note: Webhooks are currently only supported with Github.
- Set up the GitHub webhook token.
$ rio secret add --github-webhook Select namespace[default]: $(put the same namespace with your workload) accessToken: $(github_accesstoken) # the token has to be able create webhook in your github repo. Create workload and point to your repo.
- Create a workload and point to your repo
rio run -p 80 --build-webhook-secret=githubtoken https://github.com/example/example
- Go to your GitHub repo, it should have the webhook configured to point to one of the webhook services.
Webhook for Riofile¶
Set up the webhook and private git clone secret for the git repository that contains Riofile:
$ rio up --build-clone-secret gitsecret --build-webhook-secret webhook https://github.com/example/example
For how to add the git and webhook secret, check here.
Riofile-answers in the root directory are automatically applied.