Clone a Fly machine


flyctl machine clone <machine_id> [flags]


  -a, --app string             Application name
      --attach-volume string   Existing volume to attach to the new machine in the form of <volume_id>[:/path/inside/machine]
      --clear-auto-destroy     Disable auto destroy setting on new machine
      --clear-cmd              Set empty CMD on the new machine so it uses default CMD for the image
  -c, --config string          Path to application configuration file
      --from-snapshot string   Clone attached volumes and restore from snapshot, use 'last' for most recent snapshot. The default is an empty volume
  -h, --help                   help for clone
      --name string            Optional name for the new machine
      --override-cmd string    Set CMD on the new machine to this value
      --process-group string   For machines that are part of Fly Apps v2 does a regular clone and changes the process group to what is specified here
      --region string          Target region for the new machine
      --select                 Select from a list of machines
      --standby-for strings    Comma separated list of machine ids to watch for. You can use '--standby-for=source' to create a standby for the cloned machine

Global Options

  -t, --access-token string   Fly API Access Token
      --verbose               Verbose output

See Also