Enable elevated permissions

Enables the elevated permissions for the current user. Elevated permissions allow the user to complete potentially destructive operations on clusters. Elevated permissions are available for a limited period of time and automatically expire if you do not renew them.

Request

POST /api/v1/users/auth/_elevate

Request body

(ElevatePermissionsRequest) The request for elevated permissions

Responses

200

(TokenResponse) Elevated permissions are enabled and the authorization token was generated.

400

(BasicFailedReply) Missed or invalid MFA token. (code: authc.invalid_token)

Headers

x-cloud-error-codes (string; allowed values: [authc.invalid_token])
The error codes associated with the response
401

(BasicFailedReply) The authentication token is invalid or expired. (code: root.unauthorized)

Headers

x-cloud-error-codes (string; allowed values: [root.unauthorized])
The error codes associated with the response
501

(BasicFailedReply) The administrator needs to configure the authentication cluster. (code: authc.no_authentication_cluster)

Headers

x-cloud-error-codes (string; allowed values: [authc.no_authentication_cluster])
The error codes associated with the response
502

(BasicFailedReply) The authentication cluster failed to process the request. The response body contains details about the error. (code: authc.authentication_cluster_error)

Headers

x-cloud-error-codes (string; allowed values: [authc.authentication_cluster_error])
The error codes associated with the response

To perform this operation, you must be authenticated by means of one of the following methods: apiKey, basicAuth.

Request example

curl -XPOST https://{{hostname}}/api/v1/users/auth/_elevate \
-H "Authorization: ApiKey $ECE_API_KEY" \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-d '
{
   "token" : "string"
}
'