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hey all. can I get Secrets Manager values with a trailing slash from Parameter Store? https://docs.aws.amazon.com/systems-manager/latest/userguide/integration-ps-secretsmanager.html shows examples of a single key without a path, and these are the errors I get when trying to get the SM values with and without trailing slash (/dev/my/key is the credential in SM - also note the "null" in the first error:
$ aws ssm get-parameter --name /aws/reference/secretsmanager/dev/my/key --with-decryption An error occurred (ParameterNotFound) when calling the GetParameter operation: An error occurred (ParameterNotFound) when referencing Secrets Manager: Secret aws/reference/secretsmanager/dev/my/keynull not found. $ aws ssm get-parameter --name /aws/reference/secretsmanager//dev/my/key --with-decryption An error occurred (ValidationException) when calling the GetParameter operation: Parameter name: can't be prefixed with "ssm" (case-insensitive). If formed as a path, it can consist of sub-paths divided by slash symbol; each sub-path can be formed as a mix of letters, numbers and the following 3 symbols .-_
It works for an existing SM value created without trailing slash. Should I escape the trailing slash somehow?
Get-ECRLoginCommand : The security token included in the request is invalid.checked my creds all seems to be okay and when i fire the same get creds on my nix instance it seems to work
TestSyncCommand.test_warning_on_invalid_timestampfailing. It looks like the test utilities are trying to generate an invalid timestamp but it's not throwing the expected
OverflowErroron this system. Does this sound possible and/or does anyone have a working OSX setup that I could compare notes with?
aws cloudformation create-stack --stack-name my-new-stack --template-url https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/path/to/the/template --capabilities CAPABILITY_NAMED_IAM --region us-west-2 --parameters file:///path/to/json
aws s3 syncto throttle down disk I/O? My intention was to sync ~600 GB of pictures to S3, but every time I try to do that, the disk usage jumps up to 100% and makes a huge impact on the site operation. I saw in strace output that the tool walks recursively over the directory tree and collects stats, so I'd love to find a way to decrease the rate limit of those operations, if possible.