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    most-lighter-95902

    7 months ago
    Anyone who can shed some light on this would be greatly appreciated
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    fast-florist-41572

    7 months ago
    @most-lighter-95902 you can add an annotation to the job to make sure pulumi doesn't wait for it
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    most-lighter-95902

    7 months ago
    Ah nice - thank you!
    Oh @fast-florist-41572 - one more quick question. Does the Job resource remain in Pulumi state after the stack create/update is complete? Or do I need to delete it afterwards?
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    fast-florist-41572

    7 months ago
    Yes it does remain in Pulumi state. That is by design. Pulumi is declarative state management of resources. Is there a reason you want to remove it?
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    most-lighter-95902

    7 months ago
    Hi @fast-florist-41572 sorry I missed this somehow - thanks for getting back to me. Normally not, but I just figured since it’s a Job, which as a finite life, that Pulumi might be replicating the behavior. But no, I can simply remove it when I’m done with it, so it’s fine.
    Thanks!