When you run
okteto up, an instance of Syncthing, a file synchronization service, will be automatically started to keep your local files synchronized with your development container.
Syncthing provides a web UI to show the state of the file synchronization. You can get the syncthing endpoints and credentials of your development container by running
okteto status --info:
$ okteto status --info
i Local syncthing url: http://localhost:60539
i Remote syncthing url: http://localhost:60538
i Syncthing username: okteto
i Syncthing password: ac0ee34a-b1aa-4a41-bc67-cec3128b6cfd
✓ Synchronization status: 100.00%
If some files should not be synchronized between your local machine and your development environment, a file called
.stignore can be created containing file patterns to ignore.
.stignore file must be placed in the root of the folder.
okteto initcommand will create a default
.stignoretailored to the typical use cases of your programming language.
.stignore file contains a list of files or path patterns.
The first pattern that matches will decide the fate of a given file.
The patterns follow the same syntax that
More information on this is available here.
# default .stignore for a go-based project
# Test binary, built with go test -c
# Output of the go coverage tool, specifically when used with LiteIDE