gcloud compute backend-services update - update a backend service
gcloud compute backend-services update NAME [--description DESCRIPTION] [--http-health-checks HTTP_HEALTH_CHECK,[HTTP_HEALTH_CHECK,...]] [--https-health-checks HTTPS_HEALTH_CHECK,[HTTPS_HEALTH_CHECK,...]] [--port PORT] [--port-name PORT_NAME] [--protocol PROTOCOL] [--timeout TIMEOUT] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]
gcloud compute backend-services update is used to update backend services.
NAMEThe name of the backend service to update.
--description DESCRIPTIONAn optional, textual description for the backend service.--http-health-checks HTTP_HEALTH_CHECK,[HTTP_HEALTH_CHECK,...]
Specifies a list of HTTP health check objects for checking the health of the backend service.--https-health-checks HTTPS_HEALTH_CHECK,[HTTPS_HEALTH_CHECK,...]
Specifies a list of HTTPS health check objects for checking the health of the backend service.--port PORT
The TCP port to use when connecting to the backend. --port is being deprecated in favor of --port-name.--port-name PORT_NAME
The name of a service that has been added to an instance group in this backend. Instance group services map a name to a port number which is used by the load balancing service. Only one port-name may be added to a backend service, and that name must exist as a service on all instance groups that are a part of this backend service. The port number associated with the name may differ between instances. If you do not specify this flag, your instance groups must have a service named http configured. See also gcloud compute instance-groups set-named-ports --help.--protocol PROTOCOL
The protocol for incoming requests.--timeout TIMEOUT
The amount of time to wait for a backend to respond to a request before considering the request failed. For example, specifying 10s will give backends 10 seconds to respond to requests. Valid units for this flag are s for seconds, m for minutes, and h for hours.
Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.