list-databases

List child databases in the current database.

Syntax

fauna list-databases [OPTIONS]

Description

The list-databases command lists child databases. If you don’t pass any options at the command line, Fauna uses the default options in the fauna-shell configuration file.

It is not possible to use this command to list parent or peer databases. To access a database outside of the current database, use the Fauna Dashboard.

Options

Option Description

--domain=<domain>

Optional Fauna server domain, that is, the hostname where Fauna is running. Defaults to db.fauna.com.

--endpoint=<name>

Optional name of the endpoint to use for the command.

--port=<number>

Optional connection port. Defaults to 8443.

--scheme=<scheme>

Optional connection scheme. Must be one of https or http. Defaults to https.

--secret=<secret>

Optional secret to use. A secret authenticates your connection to Fauna, and connects you to a database.

--timeout=<integer>

Optional connection timeout, an integer number of milliseconds. When the interval has elapsed, fauna-shell stops waiting for a response and displays an error.

The default is zero, which means that fauna-shell waits until a response is received.

--graphqlHost=<name>

Not supported.

--graphqlPort=<number>

Not supported.

Examples

$ fauna list-databases
listing databases
my-test-db

To verify this, run fauna shell and query for a list of databases. Note that the child database my-test-db is listed:

$ fauna shell
Connected to https://db.fauna.com
Type Ctrl+D or .exit to exit the shell
> Database.all()
Database.all()
{
  data: [
    {
      name: "production",
      coll: Database,
      ts: Time("2023-08-21T23:28:56.840Z"),
      global_id: "ywz5gew1syrre"
    },
    {
      name: "internal",
      coll: Database,
      ts: Time("2023-08-21T23:28:56.840Z"),
      global_id: "ywz5gew1syyre"
    },
    {
      name: "my-test-db",
      coll: Database,
      ts: Time("2023-08-30T21:42:29.200Z"),
      global_id: "yw3jf8si4yrrn"
    }
  ]
}

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