When running terraform apply or plan, I get the 403 InvalidClientTokenId error, but if I use the same exact credentials from Vault with aws ec2 describe-instances, it works perfectly with no errors. Seems like I should really open a bug report with Vault instead. After these changes, it works! Then, however, the 'Build' step fails. These are very different from the Key Management Service keys, which are used for envelope encryption among other things - read more at. Editing any of those variables causes the plan to fail to auth, as expected.
Is anyone still experiencing this? But funny that it wasnt a problem in 0. Have a question about this project? We would love to get your feedback on V1 of the framework and I'm happy to walk you through any questions to make sure its all working great for you. Serverless Error --------------------------------------- The security token included in the request is invalid. . Could it be a case of special characters in the credentials causing the error? The refreshed state will be used to calculate this plan, but will not be persisted to local or remote state storage.
I'm seeing this error as well in 0. Any pointers would be much appreciated. I can confirm that Terraform fails with the error Refreshing Terraform state in-memory prior to plan. Also try to use Fiddler to monitor the request, to make sure the correct certificate is sent to the service. If I have managed to configure some sort of integrated security I am unaware of it, and the client configuration is identical whether I point to the service in one environment where it works or the other where it fails with the above. You can read more about Access and Secret keys at.
If we export aws keys before terraform plan works. Open TimeSpan timeout at System. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. So I tried a few different combinations as follows. Have a question about this project? Therefore we're not taking any changes for 0. Do let us know if that helps.
I've also tried exporting the env vars first instead of inline. MessageSecurityException: An unsecured or incorrectly secured fault was received from the other party. I did terraform plan several times and it went through the whole list of queries and checks and planning and it never glitched out. I'm wondering if it fixed your issues here, as I'm attempting to reproduce your issues here and not quite hitting them. Hope i am able to explain my use case. Have a question about this project? Any tips on how I should proceed to diagnose this would be very welcome.
Get Support -------------------------------------------- Docs: docs. I'm getting this same error with 1. GetTokenCore TimeSpan timeout at System. I've read that this is probably because Jenkins isn't configured properly and so my step just waits to receive an output artifact, and receives nothing. We think they were built up the way they are now back in the darker times of the aws-sdk-go when things were less sturdy.
I'm exporting the following and somehow the new release broke it. Stack-Trace Optional : Hi, thank you for reaching out to us! I am experiencing the same bug. OnOpen TimeSpan timeout at System. Have a question about this project? The refreshed state will be used to calculate this plan, but will not be persisted to local or remote state storage. We are currently hiring Software Development Engineers, Product Managers, Account Managers, Solutions Architects, Support Engineers, System Engineers, Designers and more. Then we have to depend on backup. Am I not reproducing this correctly? I hope this clears up the naming around these variables for someone else.
Request Message message, TimeSpan timeout at System. I make a change, commit to master, and push to Bitbucket. Boto seems to be basically wrong in this case or maybe out of date. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. The question then becomes how a certificate signed by a trusted root authority certificate can fail validation. What am I missing here? I'm having the exact same problem in 0. In short, the 'source' step is working.
Instance profile credentials are added to the default credentials provider chain when you attach an to your instance. The root certificate needed to validate my client certificate is installed and valid on both servers, but when I invoke the service I get an exception in one of them message and server-side stack trace included, in case the stack trace offers clues I cannot see : System. For more information, see , or. At this point we've stopped working on 0. Then it seems working fine with the values I specified in the my terraform. I am trying to replicate by creating new cred pairs.
Have a question about this project? It confirms that the client certificate fails validation on the server where I observe the problem. If you are planning on using these credential in a pipeline, you may need to add a delay of 5-10 seconds or more after fetching credentials before they can be used successfully. This worked for me using Terraform v0. Not checking or refreshing your credentials can increase the likelihood of application failures caused by ExpiredToken errors. I tried the workarounds mentioned above, to no avail. Same issue, on the very first time it work without any issue, and it stopped working next day, but if you recreate your credential it works.