boundary workers create
boundary workers create command lets you create Boundary workers.
This example creates a worker with the name
prodops and the description
Worker for ProdOps:
$ boundary workers create -name prodops -description "Worker for ProdOps"
$ boundary workers create [options] [args] # ... Subcommands: controller-led Create a controller-led type worker. worker-led Create a worker-led type worker.
You can create controller-led or worker-led types of workers.
workers create controller-led command lets you create a worker by receiving an activation token from a controller.
This example creates a controller-led worker named
$ boundary workers create controller-led -name us-east-1-1
$ boundary workers create controller-led [options] [args]
-description=<string>- A description to set on the controller-led type worker.
name=<string>- A name to set on the controller-led type worker.
scope-id=<string>- The scope in which to make the request. The default is
global. You can also specify the scope using the BOUNDARY_SCOPE_ID environment variable.