Configuration for a secret volume. It has the information
necessary to fetch the secret value from Secret Manager and make
it available as files mounted at the requested paths within the
application container. Secret value is not a part of the
configuration. Every file system read operation performs a
lookup in Secret Manager to retrieve the secret value.
The path within the container to mount the secret volume.
For example, setting the mount_path as /etc/secrets
mounts the secret value files under the /etc/secrets
directory. This directory is also completely shadowed and
unavailable to mount any other secrets.
Recommended mount paths: /etc/secrets Restricted mount
paths: /cloudsql, /dev/log, /pod, /proc, /var/log
Project identifier (preferrably project
number but can also be the project ID) of the
project that contains the secret. If not set, it
is populated with the function's project,
assuming that the secret exists in the same
project as the function.
Name of the secret in Secret Manager (not the
full resource name).