cbcrc is an optional configuration file used to provide default values for the cbc(1) and cbc-pillowfight(1) utilities. It should be placed in
Each entry in the cbcrc file is a line with a key-value pair in the following form:
# optional comments key=value
The keys may be specified in random order, and if you specify the same key multiple times the last value "wins". The following keys exists:
This is the URI-like string used to connect to the cluster. Its format consists of a scheme followed by a list of hosts, an optional bucket for the path and an optional ? followed by key-value options.
Using custom REST API ports
Using custom memcached ports:
This is the user name used during authentication to your bucket
This is the password used during authentication to your bucket
The timeout value to use for the operations.
- You can generate such a file from the cbc(1) itself using the write-config subcommand
- Most other options can be specified within the connection string
cbc(1), cbc-n1qlback(1), cbc-pillowfight(1), cbc-subdoc(1).