meteor deploy <site>

Deploys the project in your current directory to Meteor's servers


siteYou can deploy to any available name under "" without any additional configuration, for example, "". If you deploy to a custom domain, such as "", then you'll also need to configure your domain's DNS records. See the Meteor / Galaxy docs ( for details


--delete, -DPermanently delete this deployment
--debugDeploy in debug mode (don't minify, etc)
--settings, -s <JSON File>Set optional data for Meteor.settings
--allow-incompatible-updateAllow packages in your project to be upgraded or downgraded to versions that are potentially incompatible with the current versions, if required to satisfy all package version constraints
--deploy-polling-timeout <milliseconds>The number of milliseconds to wait for build/deploy success or failure after a successful upload of your app's minified code; defaults to 15 minutes
--no-waitExits when Meteor has uploaded the app's code instead of waiting for the deploy to conclude
--cache-buildReuses the build already created if the git commit hash is the same
--freeWhen deploying an app for the first time, you can pass this option to deploy your app in the Galaxy's free mode
--planYou can change the app plan by providing this argument with one of the following values: professional, essentials, or free. Be aware that this argument overwrites the `--free` argument
--mongo <true/false>If this flag is true and it's not provided a mongo url in the settings (''.env.MONGO_URL), when deploying, Galaxy will create a database to your app in its shared cluster and will insert the URL in your app's settings for you
--container-size <size>Change your app's container size using the deploy command