Removes Juju credentials for a cloud.
juju remove-credential [options] <cloud name> <credential name>
||false||Do not use web browser for authentication|
||Controller to operate in|
||false||Force remove controller side credential, ignore validation errors|
juju remove-credential google credential_name juju remove-credential google credential_name --client juju remove-credential google credential_name -c mycontroller juju remove-credential google credential_name -c mycontroller --force
The credential to be removed is specified by a “credential name”.
Credential names, and optionally the corresponding authentication
material, can be listed with
Use --controller option to remove credentials from a controller.
When removing cloud credential from a controller, Juju performs additional checks to ensure that there are no models using this credential. Occasionally, these check may not be desired by the user and can be by-passed using --force. If force remove was performed and some models were still using the credential, these models will be left with un-reachable machines. Consequently, it is not recommended as a default remove action. Models with un-reachable machines are most commonly fixed by using another cloud credential, see ’ + “‘juju set-credential’” + ’ for more information.
Use --client option to remove credentials from the current client.