Initialize the configuration to bootstrap a cluster.
--id is mandatory. bootstrap will expect the machine it's running on
to have only one private non-loopback IP address associated to it,
and use it in the configuration as the node's address.
If it has multiple IPs,
--self must be specified.
In that case, the given IP will be used without checking whether it's
among the machine's addresses or not.
The elements in
--ips must be separated by a comma, no spaces.
If omitted, the node will be configured as a root node, that other ones can join later.
rpk redpanda config bootstrap --id <id> [--self <ip>] [--ips <ip1,ip2,...>] [flags]
|--config||string||Redpanda config file, if not set the file will be searched for in the default location.|
|-h, --help||-||Help for bootstrap.|
|--id||int||This node's ID (required). (default -1).|
|--ips||strings||The list of known node addresses or hostnames.|
|--self||string||Hint at this node's IP address from within the list passed in |
|-v, --verbose||-||Enable verbose logging (default |