»Consul Namespace

Command: consul namespace

Enterprise

This feature requires Consul Enterprise.

The namespace command provides management of Consul Enterprise namespaces. This was added in Consul Enterprise 1.7.0.

If ACLs are enabled then a token with operator privileges may be required in order to use this command. Write requests are forwarded to the leader in the primary datacenter. Therefore these commands can be run against any agent in any datacenter.

»Usage

Usage: consul namespace <subcommand>

For the exact documentation for your Consul version, run consul namespace -h to view the complete list of subcommands.

Usage: consul namespace <subcommand> [options] [args]

  This command has subcommands for interacting with Consul Enterprise
  Namespaces. Here are some simple examples. More detailed
  examples are available in the subcommands or the documentation.

  ...

Subcommands:
    create    Create a Namespace
    delete    Delete a Namespace
    list      List all Namespaces
    read      Read a Namespace
    update    Update a Namespace
    write     Create or update a Namespace from its full definition

For more information, examples, and usage about a subcommand, click on the name of the subcommand in the sidebar.

»Basic Examples

Create a Namespace

$ consul namespace create -name team1

Create or Update a Namespace from its full definition:

$ consul namespace write ns1.hcl

Read a Namespace:

$ consul namespace read ns1

List all Namespaces:

$ consul namespace list

Update a namespace

$ consul namespace update -name team1 -description "first namespace"

Delete a Namespace:

$ consul namespace delete team1