By default, Earthly collects anonymized data which we use for measuring performance of the earth command.
Earthly will create a universally unique installation ID (UUID v4) under
~/.earthly/install_id, which is used to track each installation. This ID is randomly created and does not contain any personal data.
In addition to the installation ID, earthly will also collect a one-way-hash of the git repository name.
Earthly applies some heuristics to determine if it is running in a CI system, and will report which CI system is detected (e.g. github actions, circle CI, travis CI, jenkins, etc).
Earthly will report which command was run (e.g. build, prune, etc), the execution time, and corresponding exit code. Command line arguments are not captured.
To disable the collection of data, set the
disable_analytics option to
true under the global config file
This option is documented in the Earthly configuration file page.