» kv rollback

The 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 overwritten data.

» Examples

Restores the version 2 of the data at key "creds":

$ vault kv rollback -version=2 secret/creds
Key              Value
---              -----
created_time     2019-06-06T17:07:19.299831Z
deletion_time    n/a
destroyed        false
version          6

» Usage

There are no flags beyond the standard set of flags included on all commands.

» Output Options

  • -format (string: "table") - Print the output in the given format. Valid formats are "table", "json", or "yaml". This can also be specified via the VAULT_FORMAT environment variable.

» Command Options

  • -version (int: 0) - Specifies the version number that should be made current again.