endpoint-search - Search and discover endpoints
endpoint-search [OPTIONS] [SEARCH]
This command searches for endpoints which have attributes (display name, legacy name, description, organization, department, keywords) that match the SEARCH text. The current result size limit is 100 endpoints.
Not all fields are displayed by this command; use the endpoint-details command to get all information for a specific endpoint.
Endpoints that have been deleted are never displayed.
- --scope SCOPE
Search only endpoints in the specified SCOPE (category). If this option is not specified, the scope is "all". Valid values for SCOPE are:
- all (default)
All endpoints for which the current user has visibility (e.g. this includes public endpoints owned by other users, and private and public endpoints owned by the current user). A SEARCH argument is required for this scope.
Endpoints created by the current user. This includes shared endpoints.
Endpoints that have active or pending tasks submitted by the current user
Endpoints that have been used for tasks submitted by the current user in the last 90 days.
Shared endpoints created by the current user
Shared endpoints for which the current user has authorization (e.g. the ACL allows the current user)
- --owner OWNER
Require endpoints where the endpoint is owned by OWNER. This is a Globus username.
The endpoint ID (UUID)
The endpoint display name
The endpoint owner. This is a Globus username.
The endpoint name in "USER#NAME" format
The current user’s credential status: "ACTIVE", "EXPIRED", or "n/a" if the endpoint is not activated.
If the endpoint is a shared endpoint, this is its host endpoint ID.
If the endpoint is a shared endpoint, this is its host endpoint display name or legacy name (the display name is used if it is set). The name is only visible if the host endpoint is visible to the current user. Otherwise, this field will be null.
$ endpoint-search ep1