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logiqctl config set-credential

Set your LOGIQ user credentials


This command lets you set your LOGIQ user credentials. You'll need valid user credentials in order to access all operations.

logiqctl config set-credential [flags]


logiqctl set-credential login password


  -h, --help   help for set-credential

Options inherited from parent commands

  -c, --cluster string       Override the default cluster set by `logiqctl set-cluster' command
  -n, --namespace string     Override the default context set by `logiqctl set-context' command
  -o, --output string        Output format. One of: table|json|yaml. 
                             JSON output is not indented, use '| jq' for advanced JSON operations (default "table")
  -t, --time-format string   Time formatting options. One of: relative|epoch|RFC3339. 
                             This is only applicable when the output format is table. JSON and YAML outputs will have time in epoch seconds. (default "relative")


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