Create a new token


ionosctl container-registry token create [flags]


For container-registry command:

[cr contreg cont-reg]

For token command:

[t tokens]

For create command:



Create a new token used to access a container registry


  -u, --api-url string       Override default host url (default "")
      --cols strings         Set of columns to be printed on output 
                             Available columns: [TokenId DisplayName ExpiryDate CredentialsUsername CredentialsPassword Status]
  -c, --config string        Configuration file used for authentication (default "$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/ionosctl/config.json")
      --expiry-date string   Expiry date of the Token
      --expiry-time string   Time until the Token expires (ex: 1y2d)
  -f, --force                Force command to execute without user input
  -h, --help                 Print usage
      --name string          Name of the Token (required)
      --no-headers           Use --no-headers=false to show column headers (default true)
  -o, --output string        Desired output format [text|json|api-json] (default "text")
  -q, --quiet                Quiet output
  -r, --registry-id string   Registry ID (required)
      --status string        Status of the Token
  -v, --verbose              Print step-by-step process when running command


ionosctl container-registry token create --registry-id [REGISTRY-ID] --name [TOKEN-NAME]
In order to save the token to a environment variable: export [ENV-VAL-NAME]=$(ionosctl cr token create --name [TOKEN-NAME] --registry-id [REGISTRY-ID]

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