gcloud compute images deprecate - manage deprecation status of Google Compute Engine images
gcloud compute images deprecate NAME --state STATE [--delete-in DELETE_IN | --delete-on DELETE_ON] [--obsolete-in OBSOLETE_IN | --obsolete-on OBSOLETE_ON] [--replacement REPLACEMENT] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]
gcloud compute images deprecate is used to deprecate images.
NAMEThe name of the image to set deprecation status of.
--state STATEThe deprecation state to set on the image. An images default state is ACTIVE, suggesting that the image is currently supported. Operations which create a new resource using a DEPRECATED image return successfully, but with a warning indicating that the image is deprecated and recommending its replacement. New uses of OBSOLETE or DELETED images result in an error. Note that setting the deprecation state to DELETED will not automatically delete the image. You must still make a request to delete the image to remove it from the image list.
--delete-in DELETE_INSpecifies the amount of time until the images status should be set to DELETED. For instance, specifying 30d will set the status to DELETED in 30 days from the current system time. Valid units for this flag are s for seconds, m for minutes, h for hours and d for days. If no unit is specified, seconds is assumed.--delete-on DELETE_ON
Note that the image will not be deleted automatically. The image will only be marked as deleted. An explicit request to delete the image must be made in order to remove it from the image list. This flag is mutually exclusive with --delete-on.
Similar to --delete-in, but specifies an absolute time when the status should be set to DELETED. The date and time specified must be a valid RFC 3339 full-date or date-time. For times in UTC, this looks like YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ. For example: 2020-01-02T00:00:00Z for midnight on January 2, 2020 in UTC. This flag is mutually exclusive with --delete-in.--obsolete-in OBSOLETE_IN
Specifies time (in the same format as --delete-in) until this images status should become OBSOLETE. Obsolete images will cause an error whenever an attempt is made to apply the image to a new disk. This flag is mutually exclusive with --obsolete-on.--obsolete-on OBSOLETE_ON
Specifies time (in the same format as --delete-on) when this images status should become OBSOLETE. This flag is mutually exclusive with --obsolete-in.--replacement REPLACEMENT
Specifies a Compute Engine image as a replacement for the image being phased out. Users of the deprecated image will be advised to switch to this replacement. For example, --replacement example-image or --replacement projects/google/global/images/example-image. This flag is required when setting the image state to anything other than ACTIVE or when --delete-in, --delete-on, --obsolete-in, or --obsolete-on is provided.
Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.
To deprecate an image called IMAGE immediately, mark it as obsolete in one day, and mark it as deleted in two days, use:
$ gcloud compute images deprecate IMAGE --state DEPRECATED \
--obsolete-in 1d --delete-in 2d
To un-deprecate an image called IMAGE, use:
$ gcloud compute images deprecate IMAGE --state ACTIVE