- gcloud beta compute target-https-proxies update - update a target HTTPS proxy
gcloud beta compute target-https-proxies update NAME [--quic-override=QUIC_OVERRIDE] [--ssl-certificates=SSL_CERTIFICATE,[...]] [--url-map=URL_MAP] [--clear-ssl-policy | --ssl-policy=SSL_POLICY] [GCLOUD_WIDE_FLAG ...]
(BETA) gcloud beta compute target-https-proxies update is used to
Name of the target HTTPS proxy to update.
Controls whether load balancer may negotiate QUIC with clients. QUIC is a new
transport which reduces latency compared to that of TCP. See
www.chromium.org/quic for more details. QUIC_OVERRIDE must be one
- Disallows load balancer to negotiate QUIC with clients.
- Allows load balancer to negotiate QUIC with clients.
- Allows Google to control when QUIC is rolled out.
References to at most 10 SSL certificate resources that are used for
server-side authentication. The first SSL certificate in this list is
considered the primary SSL certificate associated with the load balancer. The
SSL certificate must exist and cannot be deleted while referenced by a target
A reference to a URL map resource that defines the mapping of URLs to backend
services. The URL map must exist and cannot be deleted while referenced by a
target HTTPS proxy.
At most one of these may be specified:
Removes any attached SSL policy from the HTTPS proxy.
A reference to an SSL policy resource that defines the server-side support for
SSL features and affects the connections between clients and the HTTPS proxy
load balancer. The SSL policy must exist and cannot be deleted while referenced
by a target HTTPS proxy.
GCLOUD WIDE FLAGS
These flags are available to all commands: --account, --configuration, --flags-file, --flatten, --format, --help, --log-http, --project, --quiet, --trace-token, --user-output-enabled, --verbosity. Run $ gcloud help for details.
This command is currently in BETA and may change without notice. These variants are also available:
- $ gcloud compute target-https-proxies update $ gcloud alpha compute target-https-proxies update