rpkis Redpanda's command line interface (CLI) utility.
- rpk -X
This command lets you override
- 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 profile
These commands let you manage
- rpk registry
These commands let you manage Redpanda Schema Registry.
- 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 transform
These commands let you build and manage data transforms with WebAssembly.
- rpk version
This command checks the current version of
This page contains an alphabetized list of
rpk commands. Each command includes a table of flags and their descriptions.
You can also get descriptions for each flag by running
rpk <command> --help in your locally-installed Redpanda, and you can get descriptions of all rpk-specific options by running
rpk -X help.
For information on deprecated
rpk commands and flags, see Deprecated features - rpk commands.