NAME

acl-remove - Delete an Access Rule

SYNOPSIS

acl-remove ENDPOINT --id ID

DESCRIPTION

acl-remove deletes a specified rule from the endpoint’s ACL. The ID is returned by acl-list.

Note:You can not remove the built in rule that gives the endpoint owner full access.

ENDPOINT can use these formats:

  • UUID: "7865988a-aeb3-4e55-b8cd-938c258e7854"

  • Legacy Name: "bob#test_endpoint". This contains the user who owns the endpoint and the endpoint legacy name.

  • Unqualified Legacy Name: "test_endpoint". The user name defaults to the current logged in user.

Tip:For comprehensive developer information about ACLs, see https://docs.globus.org/api/transfer/acl/

OPTIONS

--id ID

The rule ID to remove

EXAMPLES

Remove an access rule:

$ acl-remove karl#myep --id 3

EXIT STATUS

This command is idempotent; removing a non-existent ID will still succeed.


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