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default-endpoint

Set a Fauna endpoint as the default.

Syntax

fauna default-endpoint ENDPOINT_ALIAS [OPTIONS]

Description

The default-endpoint command configures an endpoint to be the default.

Arguments

Argument Description

ENDPOINT_ALIAS

The name of the endpoint to set as the default.

Example

This fauna-shell configuration file includes entries for three endpoints: localhost, cloud, and db2. db2 is the default:

default=db2

[localhost]
domain=127.0.0.1
port=8443
scheme=http
secret=secret

[cloud]
domain=db.fauna.com
scheme=https
secret=fnADS@PxN@2CE@n7z@kDa4_p6Z@fIBaZm@Qt@bYT

[db2]
domain=private.example
port=8443
scheme=https
secret=MY_ORGANIZATION_SECRET

Now, run fauna default-endpoint to change the default endpoint to localhost:

$ fauna defaut-endpoint localhost
Endpoint 'localhost' set as default endpoint.

The contents of the configuration file now confirm that the default endpoint has changed to localhost. The updated configuration file should resemble:

default=localhost

[localhost]
domain=127.0.0.1
port=8443
scheme=http
secret=secret

[cloud]
domain=db.fauna.com
scheme=https
secret=fnADS@PxN@2CE@n7z@kDa4_p6Z@fIBaZm@Qt@bYT

[db2]
domain=private.example
port=8443
scheme=https
secret=MY_ORGANIZATION_SECRET

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