Sep 26, 2018

[HDGEM] gcloud config - view and edit Cloud SDK properties

NAME      gcloud config - view and edit Cloud SDK properties    SYNOPSIS      gcloud config GROUP | COMMAND [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]    DESCRIPTION      The gcloud config command group lets you set, view and unset properties      used by Cloud SDK.        A configuration is a set of properties that govern the behavior of gcloud      and other Cloud SDK tools. The initial default configuration is set when      gcloud init is run. You can create additional named configurations using      gcloud init or gcloud config configurations create.        To switch between configurations, use gcloud config configurations      activate.        gcloud supports several flags that have the same effect as properties in a      configuration (for example, gcloud supports both the --project flag and      project property). Properties differ from flags in that flags affect      command behavior on a per-invocation basis. Properties allow you to      maintain the same settings across command executions.        For more information on configurations, see gcloud topic configurations.    GLOBAL FLAGS      Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.    GROUPS      GROUP is one of the following:         configurations          Manage the set of gcloud named configurations.    COMMANDS      COMMAND is one of the following:         get-value          Print the value of a Cloud SDK property.         list          View Cloud SDK properties.         set          Set a Cloud SDK property.         unset          Unset a Cloud SDK property.    AVAILABLE PROPERTIES       core           account              The account gcloud should use for authentication. You can run              gcloud auth list to see the accounts you currently have available.             custom_ca_certs_file              Absolute path to a custom CA cert file.             default_regional_backend_service              If True, backend services in gcloud compute backend-services will              be regional by default. The --global flag will be required for              global backend services.             disable_color              If True, color will not be used when printing messages in the              terminal.             disable_prompts              If True, the default answer will be assumed for all user prompts.              For any prompts that require user input, an error will be raised.              This is the equivalent of using the global --quiet flag.             disable_usage_reporting              If True, anonymous statistics on SDK usage will not be collected.              This is value is set based on your choices during installation, but              can be changed at any time. For more information, see:              https://cloud.google.com/sdk/usage-statistics             log_http              If True, log HTTP requests and responses to the logs. You may need              to adjust your verbosity setting if you want to see in the              terminal, otherwise it is available in the log files.             max_log_days              Maximum number of days to retain log files before deleting. If set              to 0, turns off log garbage collection and does not delete log              files. If unset, defaults to 30.             pass_credentials_to_gsutil              If True, pass the configured Cloud SDK authentication to gsutil.             project              The project id of the Cloud Platform project to operate on by              default. This can be overridden by using the global --project flag.             trace_token              Token used to route traces of service requests for investigation of              issues. This token will be provided by Google support.             user_output_enabled              If False, messages to the user and command output on both standard              output and standard error will be suppressed.             verbosity              The default logging verbosity for gcloud commands. This is the              equivalent of using the global --verbosity flag.         app           cloud_build_timeout              The timeout, in seconds, to wait for Docker builds to complete              during deployments. All Docker builds now use the Container Builder              API.             promote_by_default              If True, when deploying a new version of a service, that version              will be promoted to receive all traffic for the service. The flag              can be overridden via the --promote-by-default or              --no-promote-by-default flags.             stop_previous_version              If True, when deploying a new version of a service, the previously              deployed version is stopped. If False, older versions must be              stopped manually.         component_manager           additional_repositories              A comma separated list of additional repositories to check for              components. This property is automatically managed by the gcloud              components repositories commands.             disable_update_check              If True, the Cloud SDK will not automatically check for updates.         compute           region              The default region to use when working with regional Compute Engine              resources. When a --region flag is required but not provided, the              command will fall back to this value, if set. To see valid choices,              run gcloud compute regions list.             zone              The default zone to use when working with zonal Compute Engine              resources. When a --zone flag is required but not provided, the              command will fall back to this value, if set. To see valid choices,              run gcloud compute zones list.         container           build_timeout              The timeout, in seconds, to wait for container builds to complete.             cluster              The name of the cluster to use by default when working with              Container Engine.             use_application_default_credentials              Use application default credentials to authenticate to the cluster              API server.             use_client_certificate              Use the cluster's client certificate to authenticate to the cluster              API server.         functions           region              The default region to use when working with Google Compute              functions resources. When a --region flag is required but not              provided, the command will fall back to this value, if set. To see              valid choices, run gcloud functions regions list.         ml_engine           polling_interval              The interval (in seconds) at which to poll logs from your Cloud ML              Engine jobs. Note that making it much faster than the default (60)              will quickly use all of your quota.         proxy           address              The hostname or IP address of your proxy server.             password              If your proxy requires authentication, the password to use when              connecting.             port              The port to use when connected to your proxy server.             type              The type of proxy you are using. Supported proxy types are: [http,              http_no_tunnel, socks4, socks5].             username              If your proxy requires authentication, the username to use when              connecting.         spanner           instance              The default instance to use when working with Cloud Spanner              resources. When an instance is required but not provided by a flag,              the command will fall back to this value, if set.      


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