rpkapplication is Redpanda's command line interface (CLI) utility.
- rpk acl
These commands let you create SASL users and create, list, and delete ACLs.
- rpk cloud
These commands let you interact with Repanda Cloud.
- rpk cluster
These commands let you interact with a Redpanda cluster.
- rpk container
These commands let you manage (start, stop, purge) a local container cluster.
- rpk debug
These commands let you debug the local Redpanda process and collect a diagnostics bundle.
- rpk generate
These commands let you generate a configuration template for related services.
- rpk group
These commands let you describe, list, and delete consumer groups and manage their offsets.
- rpk help
This command provides additional information for any command in the application.
- rpk iotune
This command measures the I/O performance of the hardware used by a Redpanda instance.
- rpk plugin
These commands let you list, download, update, and remove
- rpk redpanda
These commands let you interact with (start, stop, tune) a local Redpanda process.
- rpk topic
These commands let you manage your topics, including creating, producing, and consuming new messages.
- rpk version
This command checks the current version of
rpk is Redpanda’s command line interface (CLI) utility.
rpk commands let you configure, manage, and tune Redpanda clusters. They also let you manage topics, groups, and access control lists (ACLs).
rpk commands feature autocompletion, so you that can write the first few letters that uniquely identify a command and then use the tab key to complete it. For more information, see rpk autocompletion documentation.
This section lists the
rpk commands in alphabetical order. Each command includes a table of flags and their descriptions. You can also get descriptions for each command flag by running
rpk <command> -–help in your locally installed Redpanda.