Pachctl auth get auth token
pachctl auth get-auth-token¶
Get an auth token that authenticates the holder as "username", or the currently signed-in user, if no 'username' is provided
Get an auth token that authenticates the holder as "username"; or the currently signed-in user, if no 'username' is provided. Only cluster admins can obtain an auth token on behalf of another user.
pachctl auth get-auth-token [username]
-q, --quiet if set, only print the resulting token (if successful). This is useful for scripting, as the output can be piped to use-auth-token --ttl string if set, the resulting auth token will have the given lifetime (or the lifetimeof the caller's current session, whichever is shorter). This flag should be a golang duration (e.g. "30s" or "1h2m3s"). If unset, tokens will have a lifetime of 30 days.
Options inherited from parent commands¶
--no-color Turn off colors. -v, --verbose Output verbose logs