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NAME

       etcdctl - command line client for etcd

SYNOPSIS

       etcdctl [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

DESCRIPTION

   COMMANDS:
       backup backup an etcd directory

       cluster-health
              check the health of the etcd cluster

       mk     make a new key with a given value

       mkdir  make a new directory

       rm     remove a key

       rmdir  removes the key if it is an empty directory or a key-value pair

       get    retrieve the value of a key

       ls     retrieve a directory

       set    set the value of a key

       setdir create a new or existing directory

       update update an existing key with a given value

       updatedir
              update an existing directory

       watch  watch a key for changes

       exec-watch
              watch a key for changes and exec an executable

       member member add, remove and list subcommands

       import import a snapshot to a cluster

       user   user add, grant and revoke subcommands

       role   role add, grant and revoke subcommands

       auth   overall auth controls

       help, h
              Shows a list of commands or help for one command

   GLOBAL OPTIONS:
       --debug
              output cURL commands which can be used to reproduce the request

       --no-sync
              don't synchronize cluster information before sending request

       --output, -o "simple"
              output response in the given format (`simple`, `extended` or `json`)

       --peers, -C
              a   comma-delimited   list   of   machine   addresses   in  the  cluster  (default:
              "127.0.0.1:4001,127.0.0.1:2379")

       --cert-file
              identify HTTPS client using this SSL certificate file

       --key-file
              identify HTTPS client using this SSL key file

       --ca-file
              verify certificates of HTTPS-enabled servers using this CA bundle

       --username, -u
              provide username[:password] and prompt if password is not supplied.

       --help, -h
              show help

       --version, -v
              print the version