Update the settings for an existing worker queue in a Deployment on Astro. This is functionally identical to updating the settings of a worker queue in the Cloud UI.
astro deployment worker-queue update
|The maximum number of tasks that each worker can run||Any integer from 1 to 64|
|The ID of the Deployment whose worker queue you want to update||Any valid Deployment ID|
|The name of the Deployment whose worker queue you want to update. Use as an alternative to ||Any valid Deployment name|
|Skip prompting the user to confirm the update||``|
|The maximum worker count of the worker queue||Any integer from 0 to 30|
|The minimum worker count of the worker queue||Any integer from 0 to 30|
|The name of the worker queue||Any string|
|The worker type of the worker queue||Any worker type enabled on the cluster in which the Deployment exists|
astro deployment worker-queue update --deployment-id cl03oiq7d80402nwn7fsl3dmv --name="Updated name"
# Update a worker queue's name in a specified Deployment.
astro deployment worker-queue update --concurrency 20 --max-count 10 --min-count 2 --name "My worker queue" --worker-type "m5d.8xlarge"
# Update a new worker queue in a Deployment. The CLI prompts you to specify a Deployment and worker queue to update