Glooctl Config File
When you use
glooctl, it tries to read a configuration file located at
$HOME/.gloo/glooctl-config.yaml. You can override the location of this file by setting the
--config value (or alias
-f) when you run a
glooctl command. If the file does not exist,
glooctl tries to write it.
You can set the following top-level values.
checkTimeoutSeconds: int. The maximum length of time to wait, in seconds, before giving up on an entire
glooctl checkcall. A value of zero means no timeout. (default 0s)