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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    Why is this a ghost town?
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    bored-oyster-3147

    1 month ago
    Just numbers. It's a community driven slack and this is a secondary channel that has 1/8th of the total users of the server. You can always post on GitHub issues or GitHub discussions as well, you have other avenues.
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    Echoing what Josh said, also curious if you could expand what you mean?
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    My bad, the other channels are active, but don’t see a lot of answers on the #azure channel. Seems surprising.
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    I endeavour to answer everything I can, but the last week I've been at conferences and at the Pulumi staff wellness week. If there's something outstanding I'd love to get it answered
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    That being said, been using Pulumi some some pretty cool stuff at work. Standing up a 2-tiered LB’ed set of VM Scale sets with the Azure pipelines agent already installed so I can immediately deploy to it.
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    That sounds awesome!
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    Yeah, I am wondering how you would import an existing loadbalancer rule into a yaml.
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    You should just be able to use pulumi import
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    Some of the examples list things that already exist, but in this case, I’m defining them within the loadbalancer entry itself, so maybe I need output variables?
    But yeah, I suppose if I set something up the way I want on the Azure UI, I’d just import it from pulumi into the stack
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    struggling to picture what you’re saying, do you have some existing code you want to add something to?
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    yeah, I’m building a setup like this: LB 2 windows VMs LB 2 windows VMs I have frontend IP configs for both, so now I’m setting up load balancer rules for each. So just wondering what you’d advise as the best way to add to that yaml. Set it up in azure and them import it, or write out the yaml and push it with pulumi up
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    the latter definitely, because you’ll likely need to have ouputs from the vms as inputs into the lb
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    swift-forest-96094

    1 month ago
    I'm probably not using outputs correctly 😅
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    billowy-army-68599

    1 month ago
    can you share the code you already have? i can probably help get you where you need to be