Command 'juju set-credential'

The information in this doc is based on Juju version 3.5.3, and may not accurately reflect other versions of Juju.

See also: credentials, show-credential, update-credential

Summary

Relates a remote credential to a model.

Usage

juju set-credential [options] <cloud name> <credential name>

Options

Flag Default Usage
-B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
-m, --model Model to operate in. Accepts [<controller name>:]<model name>|<model UUID>

Examples

For cloud ‘aws’, relate remote credential ‘bob’ to model ‘trinity’:

juju set-credential -m trinity aws bob

Details

This command relates a credential cached on a controller to a specific model. It does not change/update the contents of an existing active credential. See command update-credential for that.

The credential specified may exist locally (on the client), remotely (on the controller), or both. The command will error out if the credential is stored neither remotely nor locally.

When remote, the credential will be related to the specified model.

When local and not remote, the credential will first be uploaded to the controller and then related.

This command does not affect an existing relation between the specified credential and another model. If the credential is already related to a model this operation will result in that credential being related to two models.

Use the show-credential command to see how remote credentials are related to models.