This feature requires HCP Boundary or Boundary Enterprise
boundary policies update
boundary policies update command lets you update Boundary policies.
Storage policies codify how long session recordings must be kept and when they should be deleted. For more information, refer to the storage policies documentation.
This example updates a storage policy with the ID
pst_1234567890 to add the name
dev and the description
Dev Storage Policy.
The policy has a retention period of 1 day, and it will be deleted after 2 days:
$ boundary policies update storage -id pst_1234567890 -name dev -description "Dev Storage Policy" -retain-for-days 1 -delete-after-days 2
$ boundary policies update storage [options] [args]
storage- Updates a storage type policy.
-description=<string>- The description to set for the policy.
-id=<string>- The ID of the policy you want to update.
-name=<string>-The name to set on the policy. The name is optional, but if you set it, it must be unique within the scope ID. If you do not provide a name, Boundary uses the storage policy ID as the default name.
-version=<int>- The version of the policy to update. If you do not specify a version, the command performs a check-and-set automatically.
-delete-after-days=<string>- The number of days after which Boundary will delete a session recording.
-delete-after-overridable=<string>- Whether the policy's deletion period can be overridden by downstream policies. The value can be
-retain-for-days=<string>- The number of days a session recording should be retained for.
-retain-for-overridable=<string>- Whether the policy's retention period can be overriden by downstream storage policies. The value can be