gcloud config unset - erase Google Cloud SDK properties
gcloud config unset SECTION/PROPERTY [--installation] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]
Unset a property to be as if it were never defined in the first place. You may optionally use the --scope flag to specify a configuration file to update.
SECTION/PROPERTYThe property to be unset. Note that SECTION/ is optional while referring to properties in the core section.
--installationTypically properties are updated only in the currently active configuration, but when --installation is given the property is updated for the entire gcloud installation.
Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.
To unset the project property in the core section, run:
$ gcloud config unset project
To unset the zone property in the compute section, run:
$ gcloud config unset compute/zone
accountThe account gcloud should use for authentication. You can run gcloud auth list to see the accounts you currently have available.disable_color
If True, color will not be used when printing messages in the terminal.disable_prompts
If True, the default answer will be assumed for all user prompts. For any prompts that require user input, an error will be raised. This is the equivalent of using the global --quiet flag.disable_usage_reporting
If True, anonymous statistics on SDK usage will not be collected. This is value is set based on your choices during installation, but can be changed at any time. For more information, see: https://cloud.google.com/sdk/usage-statisticslog_http
If True, log http requests and responses to the logs. You may need to adjust your verbosity setting if you want to see in the terminal, otherwise it is available in the log files.project
The project id of the Cloud Platform project to operate on by default. This can be overridden by using the global --project flag.user_output_enabled
If False, messages to the user and command output on both standard out and standard error will be suppressed.verbosity
The default logging verbosity for gcloud commands. This is the equivalent of using the global --verbosity flag.
docker_buildSet to local to run docker build using a local docker installation, or remote to do the build on a Google Compute Engine VM.stop_previous_version
If True, when deploying a new version of a service, the previously deployed version is stopped. If False, older versions must be stopped manually.use_cloud_build
If True, use the Container Builder API to perform docker builds.
additional_repositoriesA comma separated list of additional repositories to check for components. This property is automatically managed by the gcloud components repositories commands.disable_update_check
If True, the Cloud SDK will not automatically check for updates.
regionThe default region to use when working with regional Compute Engine resources. When a --region flag is required but not provided, the command will fall back to this value, if set.zone
The default zone to use when working with zonal Compute Engine resources. When a --zone flag is required but not provided, the command will fall back to this value, if set.
clusterThe name of the cluster to use by default when working with Container Engine.
addressThe hostname or IP address of your proxy server.password
If your proxy requires authentication, the password to use when connecting.port
The port to use when connected to your proxy server.type
The type of proxy you are using. Supported proxy types are: [http, http_no_tunnel, socks4, socks5].username
If your proxy requires authentication, the username to use when connecting.