» token lookup

The token lookup displays information about a token or accessor. If a TOKEN is not provided, the locally authenticated token is used.

» Examples

Get information about the locally authenticated token (this uses the /auth/token/lookup-self endpoint and permission):

$ vault token lookup

Get information about a particular token (this uses the /auth/token/lookup endpoint and permission):

$ vault token lookup 96ddf4bc-d217-f3ba-f9bd-017055595017

Get information about a token via its accessor:

$ vault token lookup -accessor 9793c9b3-e04a-46f3-e7b8-748d7da248da

» Usage

The following flags are available in addition to the standard set of flags included on all commands.

» Output Options

  • -format (default: "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

  • -accessor (bool: false) - Treat the argument as an accessor instead of a token. When this option is selected, the output will NOT include the token.