keptn auth

keptn auth

Authenticates the Keptn CLI against a Keptn installation

Synopsis

Authenticates the Keptn CLI against a Keptn installation using an endpoint and an API token. The endpoint and API token are automatically configured during the Keptn installation. If the authentication is successful, the endpoint and the API token are stored in a password store of the underlying operating system. More precisely, the Keptn CLI stores the endpoint and API token using pass in case of Linux, using Keychain in case of macOS, or Wincred in case of Windows.

Note: If you receive a warning Using a file-based storage for the key because the password-store seems to be not set up. this is because a password store could not be found in your environment. In this case, the credentials are stored in ~/.keptn/.keptn in your home directory.

keptn auth --endpoint=https://api.keptn.MY.DOMAIN.COM --api-token=SECRET_TOKEN [flags]

Examples

keptn auth --endpoint=https://api.keptn.MY.DOMAIN.COM --api-token=abcd-0123-wxyz-7890
keptn auth				# Automatically fetch the endpoint & api-token from current kubernetes context
keptn auth --secure			# Authenticates against the https endpoint
keptn auth --skip-namespace-listing # To skip the listing of namespaces and use the namespace passed with "--namespace" flag (default namespace is 'keptn')

Options

  -a, --api-token string         The API token to communicate with the Keptn installation
  -e, --endpoint string          The endpoint exposed by the Keptn installation (e.g., api.keptn.127.0.0.1.xip.io)
  -c, --export                   To export the current cluster config i.e API token and Endpoint
  -s, --secure                   To make http/https request to auto fetched endpoint while authentication
  -i, --skip-namespace-listing   To skip the listing of namespaces and use the namespace passed with "--namespace" flag (default namespace is 'keptn')

Options inherited from parent commands

  -h, --help               help
      --mock               Disables communication to a Keptn endpoint
  -n, --namespace string   Specify the namespace where Keptn should be installed, used and uninstalled in (default "keptn")
  -q, --quiet              Suppresses debug and info messages
  -v, --verbose            Enables verbose logging to print debug messages
  -y, --yes                Assume yes for all user prompts

SEE ALSO

  • keptn - The CLI for using Keptn
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