Hi - the cloudfoundry/bosh repository is a regular BOSH release, so once
you have made your changes, you can create a new release tarball with `bosh
If you used the `bosh create-env` to deploy your director, you can then
update the manifest file and replace bosh release's URL with a local file
path (`file:///tmp/bosh-dev.tgz`), followed by re-running your `bosh
create-env ...` command.
If you used `bosh deploy`, you can use `bosh upload-release
/tmp/bosh-dev.tgz` to upload, then update your director's manifest file
with the new version number, and then rerun your `bosh deploy ...` command.
Here are a few links which I think may be helpful to you to learn more
background and a few additional scenarios you might run into...
- create-release command – http://bosh.io/docs/cli-v2.html#create-release
- general release management workflows –
- some general release scenarios –
On Thu, Aug 17, 2017 at 7:54 AM, PARTHASARATHI KUNDU <
After modifying code of https://github.com/cloudfoundry/bosh.git
create and update the bosh release using bosh cli . How can I deploy the
changes(newly updated release) of bosh director ?