stack secrets get

Get value of a stack secret.

Usage

tkm stacks secrets get <stack-path> <secret-name>

Positional arguments

OptionRequiredDescription
stack-pathyes
Path of the stack that defines the secret.
secret-nameyes
Name of the secret.

Options

This command has no command-specific options.

Common Options

This command supports the following common options.

OptionRequiredDescription
--helpno
Show help.
--yes
-y
no
Automatic yes to prompts; assume "yes" as an answer to all prompts and run non-interactively.
--profile PROFILEno
Use a profile configured in ~/.aws/credentials file.
--log LEVELno
Set logging level. Allowed values are "trace", "debug", "info", "warn", "error". Defaults to "info".
--dir DIR
-d DIR
no
Set the project directory from where Takomo loads configuration.
--load-aws-sdk-configno
Instead of using profiles configured in ~/.aws/credentials, use profiles found from ~/.aws/config.
--var name=VALUEno
Set variable that can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to set multiple variables.
--var-file FILE
--var-file name=FILE
no
Load variables from a file. The variables can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to load variables from multiple files. If NAME is given, variables are loaded to a variable with that name.
--env-file FILEno
Load environment variables from a file. The variables can be referenced in configuration files. This option can be used multiple times to load variables from multiple files.
--log-confidential-infono
Allow printing of environment variables and confidential parameter values that are concealed from the logs by default.
--statsno
Print statistics information of the executed command.

Examples

Get secret password configured in a stack with path /dev/rds.yml:

tkm stacks secrets get /dev/rds.yml password