NAME

mchattr - change object attributes

SYNOPSIS

mchattr [OPTION...] OBJECT

DESCRIPTION

mchattr changes attributes of an object. Running mchattr only changes metadata about the object (i.e., HTTP headers). Running mchattr completely replaces all modifiable HTTP headers, so you must specify the complete set upon running.

Note you are not permitted to update "core" headers, such as durability-level, content-length, and content-md5. You can update content-type, m-* and CORS headers.

EXAMPLES

mchattr -H m-foo:bar ~~/stor/foo.txt

OPTIONS

-a, --account login Authenticate as account (login name).

-h, --help Print a help message and exit.

-i, --insecure This option explicitly allows "insecure" SSL connections and transfers. All SSL connections are attempted to be made secure by using the CA certificate bundle installed by default.

-H, --header Set the specified HTTP header.

-k, --key fingerprint Authenticate using the SSH key described by FINGERPRINT. The key must either be in ~/.ssh or loaded in the SSH agent via ssh-add.

--role=ROLE,ROLE,... Specify which roles to assume for the request.

-u, --url url Manta base URL (such as https://manta.us-east.joyent.com).

--user user Authenticate as user under account.

-v, --verbose Print debug output to stderr. Repeat option to increase verbosity.

ENVIRONMENT

MANTA_USER In place of -a, --account

MANTA_SUBUSER In place of --user.

MANTA_KEY_ID In place of -k, --key.

MANTA_ROLE In place of --role.

MANTA_URL In place of -u, --url.

MANTA_TLS_INSECURE In place of -i, --insecure.

The shortcut ~~ is equivalent to /:login where :login is the account login name.

DIAGNOSTICS

When using the -v option, diagnostics will be sent to stderr in bunyan output format. As an example of tracing all information about a request, try:

mchattr -v ~~/stor/foo 2>&1 | bunyan

BUGS

DSA keys do not work when loaded via the SSH agent.

Report bugs at Github