config command is used to interact with Consul's central configuration
system. It exposes commands for creating, updating, reading, and deleting
different kinds of config entries. See the
for more information on how to enable this functionality for centrally
configuring services and configuration entries docs for a description
of the configuration entries content.
consul config <subcommand>
For the exact documentation for your Consul version, run
consul config -h to view
the complete list of subcommands.
Usage: consul config <subcommand> [options] [args] This command has subcommands for interacting with Consul's centralized configuration system. Here are some simple examples, and more detailed examples are available in the subcommands or the documentation. Write a config: $ consul config write web.serviceconf.hcl Read a config: $ consul config read -kind service-defaults -name web List all configs for a type: $ consul config list -kind service-defaults Delete a config: $ consul config delete -kind service-defaults -name web For more examples, ask for subcommand help or view the documentation.
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