Command 'autoload-credentials'

See also: add-credential, credentials, default-credential, remove-credential


Attempts to automatically detect and add credentials for a cloud.


juju autoload-credentials [options] [<cloud-type>]


Flag Default Usage
--B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
--c, --controller Controller to operate in
--client false Client operation


juju autoload-credentials
juju autoload-credentials --client
juju autoload-credentials --controller mycontroller
juju autoload-credentials --client --controller mycontroller
juju autoload-credentials aws


The command searches well known, cloud-specific locations on this client. If credential information is found, it is presented to the user in a series of prompts to facilitated interactive addition and upload. An alternative to this command is juju add-credential

After validating the contents, credentials are added to this Juju client if --client is specified.

To upload credentials to a controller, use --controller option.

Below are the cloud types for which credentials may be autoloaded, including the locations searched.

EC2 Credentials and regions: 1. On Linux, $HOME/.aws/credentials and $HOME/.aws/config 2. Environment variables AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY

GCE Credentials: 1. A JSON file whose path is specified by the GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environment variable 2. On Linux, $HOME/.config/gcloud/application_default_credentials.json Default region is specified by the CLOUDSDK_COMPUTE_REGION environment variable. 3. On Windows, %APPDATA%\gcloud\application_default_credentials.json

OpenStack Credentials: 1. On Linux, $HOME/.novarc 2. Environment variables OS_USERNAME, OS_PASSWORD, OS_TENANT_NAME, OS_DOMAIN_NAME

LXD Credentials: 1. On Linux, $HOME/.config/lxc/config.yml

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