The titan clone command will create a new repository using the configuration from a remote. It is equivalent to creating a new repository with an identical configuration, adding the remote, and pulling down the latest commit:
$ titan clone -n hello-world s3web://demo.titan-data.io/hello-world/postgres
The docker environment is persisted with each commit, but runtime parameters are
not and can be specified with the
--` argument flag. See titan clone
for more details.
The clone command uses the latest commit by default. To clone a specific commit, add the commit GUID to the URI with a # tag. Example:
$ titan clone -n hello-world s3web://demo.titan-data.io/hello-world/postgres#0f53a6a4-90ff-4f8c-843a-a6cce36f4f4f
The clone command supports filtering the latest commit by tag, which can be done via the command line or as part of the URL. To specify tags in the URL, provide them as one or more “tag” query parameter. Note that due to a current limitation, this must be provided after the “–” delimiteer.
$ titan clone – s3://my-bucket/hello-world?tag=label=nightly