Command 'update-secret-backend'

See also: add-secret-backend, secret-backends, remove-secret-backend, show-secret-backend

Summary

Update an existing secret backend on the controller.

Usage

juju update-secret-backend [options] <backend-name>

Options

Flag Default Usage
--c, --controller Controller to operate in
--config path to yaml-formatted configuration file
--force false force update even if the backend is unreachable
--reset Reset the provided comma delimited config keys

Examples

juju update-secret-backend myvault --config /path/to/cfg.yaml
juju update-secret-backend myvault name=myvault2
juju update-secret-backend myvault token-rotate=10m --config /path/to/cfg.yaml
juju update-secret-backend myvault endpoint=https://vault.io:8200 token=s.1wshwhw
juju update-secret-backend myvault token-rotate=0
juju update-secret-backend myvault --reset namespace,ca-cert

Details

Updates a new secret backend for storing secret content.

You must specify a name for the backend to update, followed by any necessary backend specific config values. Config may be specified as key values ot read from a file. Any key values override file content if both are specified.

Config attributes may be reset back to the default value using --reset.

To rotate the backend access credential/token (if specified), use the “token-rotate” config and supply a duration. To reset any existing token rotation period, supply a value of 0.


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