Storing values using CLI
9.3.2. Storing sensitive configuration values using the IAM CLI (command-line interface)

Use the following IAM CLI commands to list and set sensitive configuration values:

Example: Print Usage Message

$ iam sensitive-values -h
Usage: iam sensitive-values [-hlv] [-c=<config-root>] [-i=<instance-name>] [-k=<key>]

Manages sensitive values for an instance
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Example: List Secrets in Instance "auth"

$ iam sensitive-values -l -i auth

Loading parameters from: [/home/airlock/iam/instances/auth/instance.properties]
Locally defined keys for sensitive values:

 - db-password
 - radius-shared-secret
 - saml_idp_keystore_password

Total number of sensitive values defined: 3

Example: Set secret with ID db-password in instance "auth"

$ iam sensitive-values -i auth --set-key='db-password'

Loading parameters from: [/home/airlock/iam/instances/auth/instance.properties]
Please enter the value for key 'db-password': *********

Please enter the value for key 'db-password' again: ********

Successfully set value for key 'db-password' to sensitive values store.