boundary host-catalogs list
boundary host-catalogs list command lets you list the Boundary host catalogs within a given scope or resource.
This example lists all host catalogs in the scope
recursive option means Boundary runs the operation recursively on any child scopes, if applicable:
$ boundary host-catalogs list -scope-id _1234567890 -recursive
$ boundary host-catalogs list [options] [args]
-filter=<string>- If set, Boundary filters the list operation before the results are returned. The filter operates against each item in the list. We recommend that you use single quotes, because the filters contain double quotes. Refer to the Filter resource listings documentation for more details.
-recursive- If set, runs the list operation recursively on any child scopes, if the type supports it.
-scope-id=<string>- The scope from which you want to list host catalogs. The default scope is
global. You can also specify the scope using the BOUNDARY_SCOPE_ID environment variable.
list_token(optional) - An opaque token that is returned from the previous
listresponse. If you do not supply a value, pagination starts from the beginning.
page_size(optional) - An unsigned integer that indicates the number of items that should be included on the page of search results. If you do not provide a value, or if you provide a value of
0, Boundary uses the default page size of 1000 items. If you configure it, the
page_sizevalue overrides the default page size. Controller administrators can also configure a
max_page_sizeoption that constrains the maximum page size a user can request.