This is the Windows app named Consul Template whose latest release can be downloaded as v0.30.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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This project provides a convenient way to populate values from Consul into the file system using the consul-template daemon. The daemon consul-template queries a Consul or Vault cluster and updates any number of specified templates on the file system. As an added bonus, it can optionally run arbitrary commands when the update process completes. Please see the examples folder for some scenarios where this functionality might prove useful. While there are multiple ways to run Consul Template, the most common pattern is to run Consul Template as a system service. When Consul Template first starts, it reads any configuration files and templates from disk and loads them into memory. From that point forward, changes to the files on disk do not propagate the running process without a reload.
- The consul-template user in docker has a UID of 100 and a GID of 1000
- By default Consul Template is highly fault-tolerant
- Configuration management tools are designed to be used in unison with Consul Template
- Consul Template does an n-pass evaluation of templates
- The Alpine Docker image is configured to support an external volume to render shared templates to
- Consul Template can print verbose debugging output
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