You can use the wercker command line interface to pull build artifacts, which are containers themselves, to your local machine.
There are two ways for pulling builds:
- by application (allowing you to get the latest build filtered by branch and/or result)
- by build-id
The wercker web interface will show how to pull a build for an application or a specific build. On the main page for an application you can filter based on branch.
Note that you need to add the internal/store-container to your
wercker.ymlfor this to work.
Here are some examples of pulling a build by application:
wercker pull <NAME>/<APPLICATION> --branch <BRANCH> --load
Or the last passed build:
wercker pull <NAME>/<APPLICATION> --branch <BRANCH> --result passed --load
Pulling using a build-id is the shortest:
wercker pull <BUILD-ID> --load
--load option is not required, but will automatically load the container after the download. A working Docker environment is required for this option.
The result of a wercker pull command looks something like:
Fetching build information for application wercker/docs Downloading Docker repository for build 558d2ecdff40819f0620ea15 Downloading: 100% Download complete Importing into Docker Finished importing into Docker
The image should be visible when you run
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED VIRTUAL SIZE build-558d2ecdff40819f0620ea15 master 4eba85fb37af 37 minutes ago 611.2 MB
The repository for the container is named
build-<id> and is tagged with the branch name (the build-id is shown during the wercker pull).
You can now inspect the contents of the container by running:
docker run -i -t build-558d2ecdff40819f0620ea15:master /bin/bash
How pull works
Running this command will download the container as a
tarball. After the download finished, the wercker CLI can load the container into your Docker environment.
If you’ve already downloaded a
tarball, you will get an error message that the
repository.tar already exists. You must either delete the file, or use the
-f flag (
force) and rerun the
wercker pull command.
Check out the all available flags in the help page:
wercker pull --help