If you want to share your Executor, you can push it to Jina Hub.
There are two types of sharing:
Public (default): anyone can use public Executors without any restriction.
Private: only people that have the
secretcan use private Executors.
jina hub push [--public/--private] <path_to_executor_folder>
It will return
SECRET, which you will need to use (if the Executor is private) or update the Executor. Please keep them carefully.
You can then visit the Hub portal, click on the “Recent” tab and see your published Executor.
--private argument is provided, then it is public by default.
Anyone can use public Executors, but to use a private Executor you must know its
Update published Executors¶
To override or update a published Executor, you must have both
jina hub push [--public/--private] --force-update <NAME> --secret <SECRET> <path_to_executor_folder>
Tagging an Executor¶
Tagging can be useful for versioning Executors or differentiating them by their architecture (e.g.
jina hub push <path_to_executor_folder> -t TAG1 -t TAG2
You can specify
--tags parameter to tag an Executor.
If there is no
-t parameter provided, the default tag is
latest. And if you provide
-t parameters, and you still want to have
latest tag, you must write it as a
jina hub push . # Result in one tag: latest jina hub push . -t v1.0.0 # Result in one tag: v1.0.0 jina hub push . -t v1.0.0 -t latest # Result in two tags: v1.0.0, latest
If you want to create a new tag for an existing Executor, you can also add the
-t option here:
jina hub push [--public/--private] --force-update <NAME> --secret <SECRET> -t TAG <path_to_executor_folder>