ecctl deployment elasticsearch keystore updateedit

Updates the contents of an Elasticsearch keystore


Changes the contents of the Elasticsearch resource keystore from the specified deployment by using the PATCH method. The payload is a partial payload where any ignored current keystore items are not removed, unless the secrets are set to "null": {"secrets": {"my-secret": null}}.

ecctl deployment elasticsearch keystore update <deployment id> [--ref-id <ref-id>] {--file=<filename>.json} [flags]


  -p, --file string     Required json formatted file path with the keystore secret contents.
  -h, --help            help for update
      --ref-id string   Optional ref_id to use for the Elasticsearch resource, auto-discovered if not specified.

Options inherited from parent commandsedit

      --api-key string        API key to use to authenticate (If empty will look for EC_API_KEY environment variable)
      --config string         Config name, used to have multiple configs in $HOME/.ecctl/<env> (default "config")
      --force                 Do not ask for confirmation
      --format string         Formats the output using a Go template
      --host string           Base URL to use
      --insecure              Skips all TLS validation
      --message string        A message to set on cluster operation
      --output string         Output format [text|json] (default "text")
      --pass string           Password to use to authenticate (If empty will look for EC_PASS environment variable)
      --pprof                 Enables pprofing and saves the profile to pprof-20060102150405
  -q, --quiet                 Suppresses the configuration file used for the run, if any
      --region string         Elasticsearch Service region
      --timeout duration      Timeout to use on all HTTP calls (default 30s)
      --trace                 Enables tracing saves the trace to trace-20060102150405
      --user string           Username to use to authenticate (If empty will look for EC_USER environment variable)
      --verbose               Enable verbose mode
      --verbose-credentials   When set, Authorization headers on the request/response trail will be displayed as plain text
      --verbose-file string   When set, the verbose request/response trail will be written to the defined file