» plugin register

The plugin register command registers a new plugin in Vault's plugin catalog. The plugin's type of "auth", "database", or "secret" must be included.

» Examples

Register a plugin:

$ vault plugin register \
    -sha256=d3f0a8be02f6c074cf38c9c99d4d04c9c6466249 \
    auth my-custom-plugin
Success! Registered plugin: my-custom-plugin

Register a plugin with custom args:

$ vault plugin register \
    -sha256=d3f0a8be02f6c074cf38c9c99d4d04c9c6466249 \
    -args=--with-glibc,--with-curl-bindings \
    auth my-custom-plugin

» Usage

The following flags are available in addition to 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

  • -sha256 (string: <required>) - Checksum (SHA256) of the plugin binary.

  • -args (string: "") - List of arguments to pass to the binary plugin during each invocation. Specify multiple arguments with commas.

  • -command (string: "") - Name of the command to run to invoke the binary. By default, this is the name of the plugin.