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The icon is Gruntwork logo, not terragrunt product ;) There is an open issue about missing logo for terragrunt
I guess I should rename the icon
It was a compromise
Yeah, np really
haha, go for it
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I am trying to run terragrunt plan using
circleci and I am getting the following error
[terragrunt] [/root/project/cloudfront_frontend] 2018/11/26 03:21:58 The non-interactive flag is set to true, so assuming 'yes' for all prompts [terragrunt] [/root/project/cloudfront_frontend] 2018/11/26 03:21:58 Creating S3 bucket cb-terraform-infra-state-sit [terragrunt] 2018/11/26 03:21:59 AccessDenied: Access Denied status code: 403, request id: 35E32BD7CF45BED5, host id: f3c85r+xX5QKBmRdlhW8JCQyj+AqUtKGZWwLvbuo/YkjErGKUuVJ6kAs0NIjooDC83uXs1JkjXc= [terragrunt] 2018/11/26 03:21:59 Unable to determine underlying exit code, so Terragrunt will exit with error code 1 Exited with code 1
I have the credentials in place
~/.aws/credentials . It works perfectly in local. Not sure how to fix it
I am using the following docker image
It looks like
permission issue but I have given
fullAdminAccess to the user.
hrm… so shouldn’t need to write credentials to
using the standard AWS envs should be sufficient
in fact, i’d try to get it working with ENVs locally (for testing)
then once you find the working combination, that’s what you’ll set in circle
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What is the usecase for terragrunt with workspaces module etc?
@Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse) not yet, but should do it after AWS re:invent.
terragrunt uses a hash of the source url to determine whether the source has changed. if you are using tagged/versioned modules, that works great… you update the source ref, and terragrunt will detect the changed hash and automatically pull down the new version
has anyone played around with the terraform 0.12 rc with terragrunt?
i would not expect terragrunt to work with tf 0.12 just yet, pending some kind of resolution to this issue, https://github.com/gruntwork-io/terragrunt/issues/466
Hi! I'm one of the engineers at HashiCorp who works on Terraform Core. As you might be aware, we've been working for some time now on various improvements to the Terraform configuration lan…
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Hi, I was working with terragrunt and observed that terragrunt does not pick up the changes automatically for modules. Is there any way to sort this out?
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