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pnpm -r, --recursive

Runs a pnpm command recursively on all subdirectories in the package or every available workspace. Currently, only the following commands can be used recursively: add, exec, install, list, outdated, publish, rebuild, remove, run, test, unlink, update, why

Aliases: m, multi, recursive, <command> -r

Usage example:

pnpm -r publish


  • Default: true
  • Type: true, false, deep

Link locally available packages in workspaces of a monorepo into node_modules instead of re-downloading them from the registry. This emulates functionality similar to yarn workspaces.

When this is set to deep, local packages can also be linked to subdependencies.

Be advised that it is encouraged instead to use npmrc for this setting, to enforce the same behaviour in all environments. This option exists solely so you may override that if necessary.


Added in: v2.13.0

  • Default: 4
  • Type: Number

Set the maximum number of tasks to run simultaneously. For unlimited concurrency use Infinity.

Since v6.10.0 you can set the workpace-concurrency as <= 0 and it will use amount of cores of the host as: max(1, (number of cores) - abs(workspace-concurrency))


Added in: v2.13.0

  • Default: true
  • Type: Boolean

If true, stops when a task throws an error.

This config does not affect the exit code. Even if --no-bail is used, all tasks will finish but if any of the tasks fail, the command will exit with a non-zero code.

Example (run tests in every package, continue if tests fail in one of them):

pnpm -r --no-bail test


Added in: v2.14.0

  • Default: true
  • Type: Boolean

When true, packages are sorted topologically (dependencies before dependents). Pass --no-sort to disable.


pnpm -r --no-sort test


Added in: v5.17.1

  • Default: false
  • Type: boolean

When true, the order of packages is reversed.

pnpm -r --reverse run clean

--filter <package_selector>

Read more about filtering.