Aws configure reset

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configure

Configuration Variables¶

The following configuration variables are supported in the config file:

  • aws_access_key_id - The AWS access key part of your credentials
  • aws_secret_access_key - The AWS secret access key part of your credentials
  • aws_session_token - The session token part of your credentials (session tokens only)
  • metadata_service_timeout - The number of seconds to wait until the metadata service request times out. This is used if you are using an IAM role to provide your credentials.
  • metadata_service_num_attempts - The number of attempts to try to retrieve credentials. If you know for certain you will be using an IAM role on an Amazon EC2 instance, you can set this value to ensure any intermittent failures are retried. By default this value is 1.

For more information on configuration options, see Configuring the AWS Command Line Interface in the AWS CLI User Guide.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis¶

aws configure [--profile profile-name]

Options¶

None

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Examples¶

To create a new configuration:

$ aws configure AWS Access Key ID [None]: accesskey AWS Secret Access Key [None]: secretkey Default region name [None]: us-west-2 Default output format [None]:

To update just the region name:

$ aws configure AWS Access Key ID [****]: AWS Secret Access Key [****]: Default region name [us-west-1]: us-west-2 Default output format [None]:
Sours: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/configure/

Configuration and credential file settings

Specifies the AWS access key used as part of the credentials to authenticate the command request. Although this can be stored in the file, we recommend that you store this in the file.

Can be overridden by the environment variable. You can't specify the access key ID as a command line option.

Specifies the AWS secret key used as part of the credentials to authenticate the command request. Although this can be stored in the file, we recommend that you store this in the file.

Can be overridden by the environment variable. You can't specify the secret access key as a command line option.

Specifies an AWS session token. A session token is required only if you manually specify temporary security credentials. Although this can be stored in the file, we recommend that you store this in the file.

Can be overridden by the environment variable. You can't specify the session token as a command line option.

Specifies a CA certificate bundle (a file with the extension) that is used to verify SSL certificates.

Can be overridden by the environment variable or the command line option.

Enables the auto-prompt for the AWS CLI version 2. There are two settings that can be used:

  • uses the full auto-prompt mode each time you attempt to run an command. This includes pressing ENTER after both a complete command or incomplete command.

  • uses partial auto-promptmode. If a command is incomplete or cannot be run due to client-side validation errors, auto-prompt is used. This mode is particular useful if you have pre-existing scripts, runbooks, or you only want to be auto-prompted for commands you are unfamiliar with rather than prompted on every command.

You can override this setting by using the environment variable or the and command line parameters.

For information on the AWS CLI version 2 auto-prompt feature, see Having the AWS CLI prompt you for commands.

Specifies how the AWS CLI version 2 interprets binary input parameters. It can be one of the following values:

  • base64 – This is the default value. An input parameter that is typed as a binary large object (BLOB) accepts a base64-encoded string. To pass true binary content, put the content in a file and provide the file's path and name with the prefix as the parameter's value. To pass base64-encoded text contained in a file, provide the file's path and name with the prefix as the parameter's value.

  • raw-in-base64-out – Provides backward compatibility with the AWS CLI version 1 behavior where binary values must be passed literally.

This entry does not have an equivalent environment variable. You can specify the value on a single command by using the parameter.

If you reference a binary value in a file using the prefix notation, the AWS CLI always expects the file to contain raw binary content and does not attempt to convert the value.

If you reference a binary value in a file using the prefix notation, the AWS CLI handles the file according to the current setting. If that setting's value is (the default when not explicitly set), the AWS CLI expects the file to contain base64-encoded text. If that setting's value is , the AWS CLI expects the file to contain raw binary content.

This feature is available only with AWS CLI version 1.

The following feature is available only if you use AWS CLI version 1. It isn't available if you run AWS CLI version 2.

Specifies whether the AWS CLI attempts to follow URL links in command line parameters that begin with or . When enabled, the retrieved content is used as the parameter value instead of the URL.

  • true – This is the default value. If specified, any string parameters that begin with or are fetched and any downloaded content is used as the parameter value for the command.

  • false – If specified, the AWS CLI does not treat parameter string values that begin with or differently from other strings.

This entry does not have an equivalent environment variable or command line option.

Specifies the pager program used for output. By default, AWS CLI version 2 returns all output through your operating system’s default pager program.

Can be overridden by the AWS_PAGER environment variable.

To disable all use of an external paging program, set the variable to an empty string as shown in the following example.

Specifies the format of timestamp values included in the output. You can specify either of the following values:

  • iso8601 – The default value for the AWS CLI version 2. If specified, the AWS CLI reformats all timestamps according to ISO 8601.

  • wire – The default value for the AWS CLI version 1. If specified, the AWS CLI displays all timestamp values exactly as received in the HTTP query response.

This entry does not have an equivalent environment variable or command line option.

Specifies an external command that the AWS CLI runs to generate or retrieve authentication credentials to use for this command. The command must return the credentials in a specific format. For more information about how to use this setting, see Sourcing credentials with an external process.

This entry does not have an equivalent environment variable or command line option.

Used within Amazon EC2 instances or containers to specify where the AWS CLI can find credentials to use to assume the role you specified with the parameter. You cannot specify both and in the same profile.

This parameter can have one of three values:

  • Environment – Specifies that the AWS CLI is to retrieve source credentials from environment variables.

  • Ec2InstanceMetadata – Specifies that the AWS CLI is to use the IAM role attached to the EC2 instance profile to get source credentials.

  • EcsContainer – Specifies that the AWS CLI is to use the IAM role attached to the ECS container as source credentials.

Specifies the maximum duration of the role session, in seconds. The value can range from 900 seconds (15 minutes) up to the maximum session duration setting for the role (which can be a maximum of 43200). This is an optional parameter and by default, the value is set to 3600 seconds.

Specifies a unique identifier that is used by third parties to assume a role in their customers' accounts. This maps to the parameter in the operation. This parameter is needed only if the trust policy for the role specifies a value for . For more information, see How to use an External Gateway When Granting Access to Your AWS Resources to a Third Party in the IAM User Guide.

Specifies a value of maximum retry attempts the AWS CLI retry handler uses, where the initial call counts toward the value that you provide.

You can override this value by using the environment variable.

The identification number of an MFA device to use when assuming a role. This is mandatory only if the trust policy of the role being assumed includes a condition that requires MFA authentication. The value can be either a serial number for a hardware device (such as ) or an Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for a virtual MFA device (such as ).

Specifies the default output format for commands requested using this profile. You can specify any of the following values:

  • json – The output is formatted as a JSON string.

  • yaml – The output is formatted as a YAML string. (Available in the AWS CLI version 2 only.)

  • yaml-stream – The output is streamed and formatted as a YAML string. Streaming allows for faster handling of large data types. (Available in the AWS CLI version 2 only.)

  • text – The output is formatted as multiple lines of tab-separated string values. This can be useful to pass the output to a text processor, like , , or .

  • table – The output is formatted as a table using the characters +|- to form the cell borders. It typically presents the information in a "human-friendly" format that is much easier to read than the others, but not as programmatically useful.

Can be overridden by the environment variable or the command line option.

Specifies whether the AWS CLI client attempts to validate parameters before sending them to the AWS service endpoint.

  • true – This is the default value. If specified, the AWS CLI performs local validation of command line parameters.

  • false – If specified, the AWS CLI does not validate command line parameters before sending them to the AWS service endpoint.

This entry does not have an equivalent environment variable or command line option.

Specifies the AWS Region to send requests to for commands requested using this profile.

  • You can specify any of the Region codes available for the chosen service as listed in AWS Regions and Endpoints in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

  • enables you to specify the global endpoint for services that support a global endpoint in addition to regional endpoints, such as AWS Security Token Service (AWS STS) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).

You can override this value by using the environment variable or the command line option.

Specifies which retry mode AWS CLI uses. There are three retry modes available: legacy (default), standard, and adaptive. For more information on retries, see AWS CLI retries.

You can override this value by using the environment variable.

Specifies the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that you want to use to run the AWS CLI commands. You must also specify one of the following parameters to identify the credentials that have permission to assume this role:

  • source_profile

  • credential_source

The environment variable AWS_ROLE_ARN overrides this setting.

For more information on using web identities, see Assume role with web identity.

Specifies the name to attach to the role session. This value is provided to the parameter when the AWS CLI calls the operation, and becomes part of the assumed role user ARN: . This is an optional parameter. If you do not provide this value, a session name is generated automatically. This name appears in AWS CloudTrail logs for entries associated with this session.

The environment variable AWS_ROLE_SESSION_NAME overrides this setting.

For more information on using web identities, see Assume role with web identity.

Specifies a named profile with long-term credentials that the AWS CLI can use to assume a role that you specified with the parameter. You cannot specify both and in the same profile.

(Available in the AWS CLI version 2 only.)

Specifies the AWS account ID that contains the IAM role with the permission that you want to grant to the associated AWS SSO user.

This setting does not have an environment variable or command line option.

Sours: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/cli-configure-files.html
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reset-service-setting¶

Description¶

is an account-level setting for an Amazon Web Services service. This setting defines how a user interacts with or uses a service or a feature of a service. For example, if an Amazon Web Services service charges money to the account based on feature or service usage, then the Amazon Web Services service team might create a default setting of "false". This means the user can't use this feature unless they change the setting to "true" and intentionally opt in for a paid feature.

Services map a object to a setting value. Amazon Web Services services teams define the default value for a . You can't create a new , but you can overwrite the default value if you have the permission for the setting. Use the GetServiceSetting API operation to view the current value. Use the UpdateServiceSetting API operation to change the default setting.

Reset the service setting for the account to the default value as provisioned by the Amazon Web Services service team.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis¶

reset-service-setting --setting-id <value> [--cli-input-json <value>] [--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options¶

(string)

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the service setting to reset. The setting ID can be one of the following.

    (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by . If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

    (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value , prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for . If provided with the value , it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

    See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

    Examples¶

    To reset the service setting for Parameter Store throughput

    The following example resets the service setting for Parameter Store throughput in the specified region to no longer use increased throughput.

    aws ssm reset-service-setting \ --setting-id arn:aws:ssm:us-east-1:123456789012:servicesetting/ssm/parameter-store/high-throughput-enabled

    Output:

    {"ServiceSetting":{"SettingId":"/ssm/parameter-store/high-throughput-enabled","SettingValue":"false","LastModifiedDate":1555532818.578,"LastModifiedUser":"System","ARN":"arn:aws:ssm:us-east-1:123456789012:servicesetting/ssm/parameter-store/high-throughput-enabled","Status":"Default"}}

    For more information, see Increasing Parameter Store Throughput in the AWS Systems Manager User Guide.

    Output¶

    ServiceSetting -> (structure)

    The current, effective service setting after calling the ResetServiceSetting API operation.

    SettingId -> (string)

    The ID of the service setting.

    SettingValue -> (string)

    The value of the service setting.

    LastModifiedDate -> (timestamp)

    The last time the service setting was modified.

    LastModifiedUser -> (string)

    The ARN of the last modified user. This field is populated only if the setting value was overwritten.

    ARN -> (string)

    The ARN of the service setting.

    Status -> (string)

    The status of the service setting. The value can be Default, Customized or PendingUpdate.

    • Default: The current setting uses a default value provisioned by the Amazon Web Services service team.
    • Customized: The current setting use a custom value specified by the customer.
    • PendingUpdate: The current setting uses a default or custom value, but a setting change request is pending approval.
    Sours: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/ssm/reset-service-setting.html
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