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limited-beach-83782

01/17/2024, 8:51 PM
Hello! I have an operator deployed and I am making a stack, the stack references a github repo. The expected behavior will be that the operator syncs up the stack to always match the github repo. I want to use my own backend for states instead of pulumi cloud. If you have a workload identity set up with the operator, do I need to specify google cloud credentials in the stack or can I just specify backend: "gs://{bucket_name}}"
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ambitious-stone-55649

01/18/2024, 8:28 AM
I haven't tried using a backend like tfstate, but I would say that you will need credentials since you are going to create files in the bucket.
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limited-beach-83782

01/18/2024, 6:15 PM
My operator has a service account setup for workload identity so it can create the gcp resources! I've specified the backend as a gcs bucket and I'm trying to do self hosted. However I'm running into an issue where it's asking for a pulumi access token. I was wondering if its possible to do so without given that I want to host it on my own
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ambitious-stone-55649

01/19/2024, 8:09 AM
here you have the pulumi connector: https://github.com/pulumi/actions. Add in the previous step the gcp credentials
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