The fvm show command will list out the installed channels and their corresponding version. The row with the checkmark (✓) is the current active channel.
$ fvm show
✓ 0.10.16 0.10.16
Switching between channels
If you are on another channel, you can change between them by running fvm switch with the name of the channel.
For typical usage of InfinyOn Cloud, we suggest using stable.
$ fvm switch stable
done: Now using Fluvio version stable
And we verify with fvm show that we are now back on the stable release channel.
$ fvm show
✓ stable 0.10.16
This wraps up the fundamental usage of fvm. While this guide covers the basics, fvm has more under the hood to explore and adapt to your workflows, ensuring a frictionless experience as you delve into Fluvio’s ecosystem.
However, our expectation is that a majority of users will find the stable channel adequately meets their needs, making the transition to other channels unnecessary. For developers actively contributing through issues or code, and our design partners, fvm serves as a bridge for closer and smoother collaboration.
Hopefully this is just the beginning of your journey with fvm. We’re excited to see how it enhances your interactions with our platform.