DBND provides a command-line interface that enables you to run pipelines and tasks, and configure the installation.
The basic syntax is
dbnd <command name> followed by positional arguments and then one or more named arguments.
$dbnd run --help
run command is used to run DBND tasks and pipelines from the command line. Run specific and global configuration parameters can also be set from the command line.
@task def prepare_data(data: str) -> str: return data
$dbnd run prepare_data
See Task Discovery for the proper way of referencing tasks in the command line.
It is possible to run tasks in a pipeline in parallel with the help of
local_parallel executor. You can use
dbnd run <task_name> --parallel. Keep it in mind that
--parallel is only supported with dbnd-airflow installed. If you still get errors when trying to run tasks in parallel, make sure that Airflow is specified in the cfg file. Make sure to use a non-SQLite database for your Airflow or you won't be able to run tasks in parallel.
dbnd run predict_wine_quality --task-version now --parallel
--open-web-tabto open the result of a run in a new tab in the Databand UI.
Updated 24 days ago