Command show-model

Usage: juju show-model [options] <model name>

Summary:

Shows information about the current or specified model.

Options:

-B, --no-browser-login (= false)

Do not use web browser for authentication

--format (= yaml)

Specify output format (json|yaml)

-o, --output (= "")

Specify an output file

Details:

Show information about the current or specified model.

I’m trying to understand some of the values outputed:

$ juju show-model

charm-test:
name: BBEAJ4@scania/charm-test
short-name: charm-test
model-uuid: 3884f821-b651-4bac-8094-df3da3749990
model-type: iaas
controller-uuid: 2cff0624-d438-4769-a330-e7e9d8d3864f
controller-name: jimm.scania.com
is-controller: false
owner: BBEAJ4@scania
cloud: scania-vsphere
region: Sodertalje-JUJU-1
type: vsphere
life: alive
status:
current: available
since: “2019-11-28”
users:
BBEAJ4@scania:
display-name: BBEAJ4
access: admin
last-connection: never connected
SSSLER@scania:
access: admin
last-connection: never connected
machines:
“4”:
cores: 0
agent-version: 2.6.10
credential:
name: sssler
owner: SSSLER@scania
cloud: scania-vsphere
validity-check: invalid

Now, more specifically - I’m trying to understand what that meaning of:

validity-check: invalid

This is because I’m trying to chase down some problems with credentials I have which I can’t get my head around.

@rick_h