Set variables in the gfsh environment.

Set gfsh variables that can be used by commands.

You can use the gfsh echo command to view the value of a variable. For example, to see a list of all environment variables and their current values, use the following command:

gfsh>echo --string=$*

See Useful gfsh Shell Variables for a description of preset environment variables.

Availability: Online or offline.

Syntax:

set variable --name=value --value=value

| Name | Description | |-----------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | ‑‑name | Required. The name to be assigned for the variable. The name must only be composed of letters, digits, and the underscore character (_); the name may not start with a digit. | | ‑‑value | Required. Value that the variable will be set to. | Example Commands:

set variable --name=FOO --value="foo"
set variable --name=BAR --value="bar"

Sample Output:

gfsh>set variable --name=BAR --value="bar"
Value for variable BAR is now: "bar".
check-circle-line exclamation-circle-line close-line
Scroll to top icon