Hydra is using the command line for two things:
- Controlling Hydra
- Configuring your application (See Override Grammar)
Arguments prefixed by - or -- control Hydra; the rest are used to configure the application.
Information about Hydra:
- --hydra-help: Shows Hydra specific flags
- --version: Show Hydra's version and exit
Information provided by the Hydra app:
- --help,-h: Shows the application's help. This can be customized.
- --cfg,-c: Show config instead of running. Takes as parameter one of
- --resolve: Used in conjunction with the
--cfgflag; resolve interpolations in the config before printing it.
- --package,-p: Used in conjunction with --cfg to select a specific config package to show.
- --info,-i: Print Hydra information. This includes installed plugins, Config Search Path, Defaults List, generated config and more.
Running Hydra applications:
- --run,-r: Run is the default mode and is not normally needed.
- --multirun,-m: Run multiple jobs with the configured launcher and sweeper. See Multi-run.
- --config-path,-cp: Overrides the
config_pathis absolute or relative to the Python file declaring
- --config-name,-cn: Overrides the
- --config-dir,-cd: Adds an additional config directory to the config search path.
This is useful for installed apps that want to allow their users to provide additional configs.
- --shell-completion,-sc: Install or Uninstall shell tab completion.