boundary update command lets you update Boundary resources.
It is a generic command that runs an update operation on a Boundary resource using the resource's ID.
When you run this command, Boundary interprets it as the type-specific command.
For example, if you enter the
update command with a storage bucket ID, Boundary runs the
storage-buckets update command.
Help, error, or cURL output from the command may show the full command syntax.
This example updates a storage bucket with the ID
sb_1234567890 to add the name
devops and the description
storage bucket for DevOps:
$ boundary update -id sb_1234567890 -name devops -description "storage bucket for DevOps"
$ boundary update [resource ID] [args]
-id=<string>- The ID of the resource you want to update.