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Heptio Ark currently supports executing commands in containers in pods during a backup.
When performing a backup, you can specify one or more commands to execute in a container in a pod when that pod is being backed up. There are two ways to specify hooks: annotations on the pod itself, and in the Backup spec.
You can use the following annotations on a pod to make Ark execute a hook when backing up the pod:
||The container where the command should be executed. Defaults to the first container in the pod. Optional.|
||The command to execute. If you need multiple arguments, specify the command as a JSON array, such as
||What to do if the command returns a non-zero exit code. Defaults to Fail. Valid values are Fail and Continue. Optional.|
||How long to wait for the command to execute. The hook is considered in error if the command exceeds the timeout. Defaults to 30s. Optional.|
Please see the documentation on the Backup API Type for how to specify hooks in the Backup spec.