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    big-account-56668

    1 month ago
    Has there been any progress or workaround for https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-gcp/issues/827? This issue is holding us back switching from manually running Pulumi to running it in CI. We currently create services with Pulumi, but deploy updates using gcloud which sets annotations and updates the image which will diff in Pulumi after a refresh.
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    crooked-cpu-12491

    2 weeks ago
    Hi there, I pulled pulumi-google-native 0.25.0 version this morning and trying to do pulumi preview. I get the following error with the latest version. I could do the preview when I tried the same with 0.14.0 last week. Any thoughts on this? I'm using pulumi version 3.38.0
    error: Preview failed: unable to find required configuration setting: GCP Project
    Set the GCP Project by using:
    	`pulumi config set gcp:project <project>`
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    gorgeous-country-43026

    2 weeks ago
    So, I have a situation where I have a DNS registered to project A and it is setup there into a DNS zone. All fine. Now I also have a project B where I have a GKE running and it has an ingress. I want to bind this domain to that ingress IP address without having to do copy-pasting addresses over to different codebases. My initial thoughts on this are: 1. Read the other project state file and deduct the IP address from there. But as far as I have understood this is not possible but can only be done over different stacks? 2. Retrieve the managed cluster object via
    gcp.container.getCluster
    and proceed from there to get the ingress. I do not see however an immediate logical way to proceed to get the ingress object and its IP via this route 3. Bind the domain on project B cluster definition via its
    dnsConfig
    attribute but I think this won't work and would only work on the same project? 4. Bite the bullet and just do copy-pasting over. Not happy if I have to do this but might be the only reasonable choice
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    adorable-activity-71456

    2 weeks ago
    We have a two stack set up (dev/prod) we built out the dev side just fine (@pulumi/gcp@6.32) and when we went to run it on the prod side we get a bunch of strange errors:
    Bestowinc/bestow-self-hosted/main (pulumi:pulumi:Stack)
    error: update failed
     
    prod-tai-windows-server-ip (gcp:compute:Address)
    error: error reading from server: EOF
     
    prod-tai-nat (gcp:compute:RouterNat)
    error: error reading from server: EOF
     
    prod-tai-sql-server (gcp:sql:DatabaseInstance)
    error: error reading from server: EOF
    Any Ideas? Full diagnostics in a thread…
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    blue-leather-96987

    1 week ago
    I am running into a weird issue. My Cloud Run services do not have their environment variables stored in pulumi. The https://www.pulumi.com/registry/packages/gcp/api-docs/cloudrun/service/#servicetemplatespeccontainer resource in the pulumi state is actually barely populated, it's not even an array
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    adorable-activity-71456

    1 week ago
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    brash-alligator-49865

    1 week ago
    Hi everyone, lovely to be here! Love GCP and lova Pulumi!
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    quiet-laptop-13439

    1 week ago
    anyone knows how pulumi caches gcp credentials? I'm getting ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRED and logging in again doesn't help