confluent iam acl delete¶
Delete a Kafka ACL. This command only works with centralized ACLs.
confluent iam acl delete [flags]
--kafka-cluster-id string REQUIRED: Kafka cluster ID for scope of ACL commands. --principal string REQUIRED: Principal for this operation with User: or Group: prefix. --operation string REQUIRED: Set ACL Operation to: (all, alter, alter-configs, cluster-action, create, delete, describe, describe-configs, idempotent-write, read, write). --host string REQUIRED: Set host for access. Only IP addresses are supported. (default "*") --allow ACL permission to allow access. --deny ACL permission to restrict access to resource. --cluster-scope Set the cluster resource. With this option the ACL grants access to the provided operations on the Kafka cluster itself. --consumer-group string Set the Consumer Group resource. --transactional-id string Set the TransactionalID resource. --topic string Set the topic resource. With this option the ACL grants the provided operations on the topics that start with that prefix, depending on whether the --prefix option was also passed. --prefix Set to match all resource names prefixed with this value. --context string CLI context name.
-h, --help Show help for this command. --unsafe-trace Equivalent to -vvvv, but also log HTTP requests and responses which may contain plaintext secrets. -v, --verbose count Increase verbosity (-v for warn, -vv for info, -vvv for debug, -vvvv for trace).
Delete an ACL that granted the specified user access to the “test” topic in the specified cluster.
confluent iam acl delete --kafka-cluster-id <kafka-cluster-id> --allow --principal User:Jane --topic test --operation write --host *
- confluent iam acl - Manage Kafka ACLs (5.4+ only).