cells config set

./cells config set

Store a configuration


Store a configuration. Will be stored in both your pydio.json file and in the database.


Configurations are represented by three parameters that you must pass as arguments : - serviceName: name of the corresponding service - configName: name of the parameter - configValue: json-encoded value of the parameter you want to set/change


Change the port of micro.web service (rest api) $ ./cells config set micro.web port 8083

Json parameter value $ ./cells config set pydio.grpc.yourservice configName '{"key":"value"}'

./cells config set [flags]


  -h, --help   help for set

Options inherited from parent commands

      --broker string                     Pub/sub service for events between services (currently nats only) (default "nats")
      --broker_address string             Broker port (default ":4222")
      --enable_metrics                    Instrument code to expose internal metrics
      --enable_pprof                      Enable pprof remote debugging
      --fork                              Used internally by application when forking processes
      --grpc_cert string                  Certificates used for communication via grpc
      --grpc_external string              External port exposed for gRPC (may be fixed if no SSL is configured or a reverse proxy is used)
      --grpc_key string                   Certificates used for communication via grpc
      --log string                        Sets the log level mode (default "info")
      --registry string                   Registry used to manage services (currently nats only) (default "nats")
      --registry_address string           Registry connection address (default ":4222")
      --registry_cluster_address string   Registry cluster address (default ":5222")
      --registry_cluster_routes string    Registry cluster routes
      --transport string                  Transport protocol for RPC (default "grpc")
      --transport_address string          Transport protocol port (default ":4222")


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