most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 8:52 PM
### STARTED Pulumi Deploy (Current Stack) 204029Z
(pulling, digest, status, etc…)
### FAILED Pulumi Deploy (Current Stack) 204030Z (97ms)I can run
locally and i’ve setup my
and the workflow secrets correctly, so i’m not sure how to debug this. ☹️
lemon-spoon-9180711/30/2018, 10:38 PM
most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 10:39 PM
lemon-spoon-9180711/30/2018, 10:40 PM
most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 10:45 PM
, but the i don’t receive any debug/error message too. 🤔
most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 11:06 PM
syntax for Docker images, apparently replaced by
(makes sense, as it's consistent with Docker tag syntax generally) 2) Our docs are still using the old
Docker image. That still technically works, but we've begun publishing newer images underneath
. So, in a nutshell, everywhere the workflow file says
it should instead say `uses = "docker://pulumi/pulumi" Or, alternatively a specific version if you want to pin, e.g.
uses = "<docker://firstname.lastname@example.org>"
I am working to verify this works and, assuming it does, will update our docs. Sorry for the hassles -- we didn't catch this because we generally don't pin to specific versions and let it float to
uses = "<docker://pulumi/pulumi:v0.16.2>"
most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 11:11 PM
lives in the same repository of
? I was working on a PR to add AWS IAM Authenticator to the Docker image, so we can use AWS EKS.
images (namely, the presence of GitHub actions tags and cloud-specific SDKs). I love the idea of a PR for AWS IAM Authenticator, so pulumi/actions is the right place to add that. I'm rebuilding and publishing a newer image now based on our latest v0.16.6 SDK, and will have a PR out for the docs repo momentarily to get rid of the legacy syntax.
most-pager-3805611/30/2018, 11:30 PM
is a better ideia. In the future,
can have additional features, like posting a comment in case of conflicts, preview errors, common mistakes, etc. I’ve just updated our actions to use the new
and now it’s working properly, thank you! 😅 I’m working on the PR right now 🙂