Command credentials

Usage: juju credentials [options] [<cloud name>]

Summary:

Lists locally stored credentials for a cloud.

Options:

--format (= tabular)

Specify output format (json|tabular|yaml)

-o, --output (= "")

Specify an output file

--show-secrets (= false)

Show secrets

Details:

Locally stored credentials are used with juju bootstrap
and juju add-model.

An arbitrary “credential name” is used to represent credentials, which are added either via juju add-credential or juju autoload-credentials. Note that there can be multiple sets of credentials and, thus, multiple names.

Actual authentication material is exposed with the --show-secrets option.

A controller, and subsequently created models, can be created with a different set of credentials but any action taken within the model (e.g.: juju deploy; juju add-unit) applies the credential used to create that model. This model credential is stored on the controller. A credential for ‘controller’ model is determined at bootstrap time and will be stored on the controller. It is considered to be controller default. Recall that when a controller is created a ‘default’ model is also created. This model will use the controller default credential. To see all your credentials on the controller use juju show-credentials command.

When adding a new model, Juju will reuse the controller default credential. To add a model that uses a different credential, specify a locally stored credential using --credential option. See juju help add-model for more information.

Credentials denoted with an asterisk ‘*’ are currently set as the local default for the given cloud.

Examples:

   juju credentials
    juju credentials aws
    juju credentials --format yaml --show-secrets

See also:

add-credential, remove-credential, set-default-credential, autoload-credentials, show-credentials

Aliases:

list-credentials