NAME

globus endpoint permission delete - Delete an existing access control rule

SYNOPSIS

globus endpoint permission delete [OPTIONS] ENDPOINT_ID RULE_ID

DESCRIPTION

The globus endpoint permission delete command deletes an existing access control rule, removing whatever permissions it previously granted users on the endpoint.

Note you cannot remove the built in rule that gives the endpoint owner full read and write access to the endpoint.

OPTIONS

--map-http-status TEXT

Map non success HTTP response codes to exit codes other than 1. e.g. "--map-http-satus 403=0,404=0" would exit with 0 even if a 403 or 404 http error code was received. Valid exit codes are 0,1,50-99.

-F, --format [json|text]

Set the output format for stdout. Defaults to "text".

--jq, --jmespath EXPR

Supply a JMESPath expression to apply to json output. Takes precedence over any specified --format and forces the format to be json processed by this expression.

A full specification of the JMESPath language for querying JSON structures may be found at https://jmespath.org/

-h, --help

Show help text for this command.

-v, --verbose

Control the level of output.

Use -v or --verbose to show warnings and any additional text output.

Use -vv to add informative logging.

Use -vvv to add debug logging and full stack on any errors. (equivalent to -v --debug)

EXAMPLES

$ ep_id=ddb59aef-6d04-11e5-ba46-22000b92c6ec
$ rule_id=1ddeddda-1ae8-11e7-bbe4-22000b9a448b
$ globus endpoint permission delete $ep_id $rule_id

EXIT STATUS

0 on success.

1 if a network or server error occurred, unless --map-http-status has been used to change exit behavior on http error codes.

2 if the command was used improperly.


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