boundary credential-stores update
credential-stores update command lets you update Boundary credential store resources.
The following example updates an existing Vault credential store with the ID
csvlt_5fvkRjCjou to add the description
For DevOps usage, and the Vault namespace
$ boundary credential-stores update vault -id csvlt_5fvkRjCjou \ -description "For DevOps usage" \ -vault-namespace "devops"
Credential Store information: Created Time: Fri, 18 Aug 2023 16:22:02 PDT Description: For DevOps usage ID: csvlt_5fvkRjCjou Type: vault Updated Time: Sun, 20 Aug 2023 22:21:25 PDT Version: 2 Scope: ID: p_tnqESc86qE Name: db-project Parent Scope ID: o_4VUR6ZATqW Type: project Authorized Actions: no-op read update delete Authorized Actions on Credential Store's Collections: credential-libraries: create list Attributes: Address: http://127.0.0.1:8200 Namespace: devops Token Status: current Worker Filter: "worker" in "/tags/type"
$ boundary credential-stores update vault [options] [args]
(string: "")- The description to set on the credential store.
(string: "")- The ID of the credential store to update.
(string: "")- The name to set on the credential store.
(int: 0)- The version of the credential store against which to perform an update operation. If you do not specify a version, the command performs a check-and-set automatically.
The available types are
credential-stores update static command lets you update information for a static credential store.
The following example updates a static credential store with the name
devops and the description
For DevOps usage:
$ boundary credential-stores update static \ -name devops \ -description "For DevOps usage"
$ boundary credential-stores update static [options] [args]