» auth

The auth command groups subcommands for interacting with Vault's auth methods. Users can list, enable, disable, and get help for different auth methods.

For more information, please see the auth method documentation or the authentication concepts page.

To authenticate to Vault as a user or machine, use the vault login command instead. This command is for interacting with the auth methods themselves, not authenticating to Vault.

» Examples

Enable an auth method:

$ vault auth enable userpass
Success! Enabled userpass auth method at: userpass/

List all auth methods:

$ vault auth list
Path         Type        Description
----         ----        -----------
token/       token       token based credentials
userpass/    userpass    n/a

Get help about how to authenticate to a particular auth method:

$ vault auth help userpass/
Usage: vault login -method=userpass [CONFIG K=V...]
# ...

Disable an auth method:

$ vault auth disable userpass/
Success! Disabled the auth method (if it existed) at: userpass/

Tune an auth method:

$ vault auth tune -max-lease-ttl=30m userpass/
Success! Tuned the auth method at: userpass/

» Usage

Usage: vault auth <subcommand> [options] [args]

  # ...

Subcommands:
    disable    Disables an auth method
    enable     Enables a new auth method
    help       Prints usage for an auth method
    list       Lists enabled auth methods
    tune       Tunes an auth method configuration

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