rhythmic-tailor-124210/30/2022, 9:33 PM
stack and it added clientId and clientSecret in a hashed format as part of the CLI set up. How do I add more secrets in a hashed format to the yaml file?
green-bird-470610/30/2022, 9:37 PM
To encrypt a configuration setting before runtime, you can use the CLI commandhttps://www.pulumi.com/docs/intro/concepts/secrets/#secrets The docs are very thorough for Pulumi, stacks of information there. It just takes time to get used to navigating the Pulumi docs, but thecommand with a
config setflag. You can also set a secret during runtime. Any
--secretvalue can be marked secret. If an output is a secret, any computed values derived from it—such as those derived through an
Output<T>call —will also be marked secret. All these encrypted values are stored in your state file.
flag should be what you want.