gcloud compute url-maps add-path-matcher - add a path matcher to a URL map
gcloud compute url-maps add-path-matcher NAME --default-service DEFAULT_SERVICE --path-matcher-name PATH_MATCHER_NAME [--delete-orphaned-path-matcher] [--description DESCRIPTION] [--existing-host EXISTING_HOST | --new-hosts NEW_HOST,[NEW_HOST,...]] [--path-rules PATH=SERVICE,[PATH=SERVICE,...]] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]
gcloud compute url-maps add-path-matcher is used to add a path matcher to a URL map. A path matcher maps HTTP request paths to backend services. Each path matcher must be referenced by at least one host rule. This command can create a new host rule through the --new-hosts flag or it can reconfigure an existing host rule to point to the newly added path matcher using --existing-host. In the latter case, if a path matcher is orphaned as a result of the operation, this command will fail unless --delete-orphaned-path-matcher is provided.
NAMEThe name of the URL map.
--default-service DEFAULT_SERVICEA backend service that will be used for requests that the path matcher cannot match.--path-matcher-name PATH_MATCHER_NAME
The name to assign to the path matcher.
--delete-orphaned-path-matcherIf provided and a path matcher is orphaned as a result of this command, the command removes the orphaned path matcher instead of failing.--description DESCRIPTION
An optional, textual description for the path matcher.--existing-host EXISTING_HOST
An existing host rule to tie the new path matcher to. Although host rules can contain more than one host, only a single host is needed to uniquely identify the host rule.--new-hosts NEW_HOST,[NEW_HOST,...]
If specified, a new host rule with the given hosts is createdand the path matcher is tied to the new host rule.--path-rules PATH=SERVICE,[PATH=SERVICE,...]
Rules for mapping request paths to services.
Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.
To create a rule for mapping the paths /search and /search/* to the hypothetical search-service and /images/* to the images-service under the hosts google.com and *.google.com, run:
$ gcloud compute url-maps add-path-matcher MY-URL-MAP \
--path-matcher-name MY-MATCHER \
--default-service MY-DEFAULT-SERVICE \
--path-rules /search=search-service /search/*=search_service \
/images/*=images-service --new-hosts google.com \
Note that a default service must be provided to handle paths for which there is no mapping.