Command 'bind'

Summary

Change bindings for a deployed application.

Usage

juju bind [options] <application> [<default-space>] [<endpoint-name>=<space> ...]

Options

Flag Default Usage
--B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
--force false Allow endpoints to be bound to spaces that might not be available to all existing units
--m, --model Model to operate in. Accepts [<controller name>:]<model name>|<model UUID>

Examples

To update the default binding for the application and automatically update all existing endpoint bindings that were referencing the old default, you can use the following syntax:

juju bind foo new-default

To bind individual endpoints to a space you can use the following syntax:

juju bind foo endpoint-1=space-1 endpoint-2=space-2

Finally, the above commands can be combined to update both the default space and individual endpoints in one go:

juju bind foo new-default endpoint-1=space-1

Details

In order to be able to bind any endpoint to a space, all machines where the application units are deployed to are required to be configured with an address in that space. However, you can use the --force option to bypass this check.


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