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ddgenome / aws-creds.bash
Last active Jul 2, 2022
Fetch AWS STS keys and set environment variables
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#!/bin/bash
# Fetch 24-hour AWS STS session token and set appropriate environment variables.
# See http://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/reference/sts/get-session-token.html .
# You must have jq installed and in your PATH https://stedolan.github.io/jq/ .
# Add this function to your .bashrc or save it to a file and source that file from .bashrc .
# https://gist.github.com/ddgenome/f13f15dd01fb88538dd6fac8c7e73f8c
#
# usage: aws-creds MFA_TOKEN [OTHER_AWS_STS_GET-SESSION-TOKEN_OPTIONS...]
function aws-creds () {
local pkg=aws-creds
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natemccurdy / manual_code_deploy.sh
Last active Apr 28, 2022
Manually trigger code-manager and file-sync
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#!/bin/bash
# GIST_URL: https://gist.github.com/natemccurdy/797fa9128b7eef1f07be
# This script can be run to manually trigger Code Manager to deploy code from your control-repo. This sort of
# thing is neccesary when, for example:
# - You've turned on Code Manager but have not yet made an RBAC token.
# - You want to pull down the latest version of a Puppetfile module without pushing to your GMS.
# - Something has broken the post-receive hook on your GMS that would've triggered Code Manager.
# - Syntax errors in your Puppetfile prevent you from retrieving those fixes to that Puppetfile.
# - Puppetserver has crashed due to file-sync issues between code and code-staging.
# - Code Manager can't deploy your code for various reasons that are hard to track down.