sq config set

See the config section for an overview of sq configuration.

Reference

Set option value, for base config, or for a specified source.
To get help for an individual option, use "sq config set OPTION --help".
Use "sq config ls -v" to list available options.

Usage:
  sq config set OPTION VALUE

Examples:
  # Set base output format
  $ sq config set format json

  # Set base max DB connections
  $ sq config set conn.max-open 10

  # Set max DB connections for source @sakila
  $ sq config set --src @sakila conn.max-open 50

  # Delete an option (resets to default value)
  $ sq config set -D conn.max-open

  # Help for an individual option
  $ sq config set conn.max-open --help

Flags:
  -t, --text         Output text
  -h, --header       Print header row (default true)
  -H, --no-header    Don't print header row
  -j, --json         Output JSON
  -c, --compact      Compact instead of pretty-printed output
  -y, --yaml         Output YAML
      --src string   Config for source
  -D, --delete       Reset this option to default value
      --help         help for set

Global Flags:
      --config string         Load config from here
      --error.format string   Error output format (default "text")
  -E, --error.stack           Print error stack trace to stderr
      --log                   Enable logging
      --log.file string       Log file path (default "/Users/neilotoole/Library/Logs/sq/sq.log")
      --log.format string     Log output format (text or json) (default "text")
      --log.level string      Log level, one of: DEBUG, INFO, WARN, ERROR (default "DEBUG")
  -M, --monochrome            Don't print color output
      --no-progress           Don't show progress bar
      --no-redact             Don't redact passwords in output
  -v, --verbose               Print verbose output