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NOTE: This is a K/V Version 2 secrets engine command, and not available for Version 1.
kv rollback command restores a given previous version to the current
version at the given path. The value is written as a new version; for instance,
if the current version is 5 and the rollback version is 2, the data from version
2 will become version 6. This command makes it easy to restore unintentionally
Restores the version 2 of the data at key "creds":
$ vault kv rollback -mount=secret -version=2 creds Key Value --- ----- created_time 2019-06-06T17:07:19.299831Z deletion_time n/a destroyed false version 6
There are no flags beyond the standard set of flags included on all commands.
(string: "table")- Print the output in the given format. Valid formats are "table", "json", or "yaml". This can also be specified via the
(string: "")- Specifies the path where the KV backend is mounted. If specified, the next argument will be interpreted as the secret path. If this flag is not specified, the next argument will be interpreted as the combined mount path and secret path, with /data/ automatically inserted for KV v2 secrets.
(int: 0)- Specifies the version number that should be made current again.