credential-libraries command lets you perform operations on Boundary credential library resources.
A credential library provides credentials for sessions.
All credentials returned by a library must be equivalent from an access control perspective.
A credential library is responsible for managing the lifecycle of the credentials it returns. For dynamic secrets, this includes creation, renewal, and revocation. For rotating credentials, this includes check-out, check-in, and rotation of secrets. The system retrieves credentials from a library for a session and notifies the library when the session has been terminated. A credential library belongs to a single credential store.
The following example retrieves information for a credential library with the ID,
$ boundary credential-libraries read -id clvlt_QYnQPAjA24
Credential Library information: Created Time: Fri, 18 Aug 2023 16:22:29 PDT Credential Store ID: csvlt_5fvkRjCjou ID: clvlt_QYnQPAjA24 Name: northwind dba Type: vault-generic Updated Time: Fri, 18 Aug 2023 16:22:29 PDT Version: 1 Scope: ID: p_tnqESc86qE Name: db-project Parent Scope ID: o_4VUR6ZATqW Type: project Authorized Actions: no-op read update delete Attributes: HTTP Method: GET Path: database/creds/dba
Usage: boundary credential-libraries [sub command] [options] [args] # ... Subcommands: create Create a credential library delete Delete a credential library list List a credential library read Read a credential library update Update a credential library
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