A resource that allows executing scripts on the VM.
ExecResource has 2 stages:
both stages accept a script as an argument to execute.
ExecResource is applied by the agent, it first executes
the script in the
validate stage. The
validate stage can
signal that the
ExecResource is already in the desired state by
returning an exit code of
100. If the
ExecResource is not in
the desired state, it should return an exit code of
other exit code returned by this stage is considered an error.
ExecResource is not in the desired state based on the
exit code from the
validate stage, the agent proceeds to execute
the script from the
enforce stage. If the
already in the desired state, the
enforce stage will not be run.
validate stage, the
enforce stage should return
an exit code of
100 to indicate that the resource in now in its
desired state. Any other exit code is considered an error.
NOTE: An exit code of
100 was chosen over
1) to have an explicit indicator of
in desired state,
not in desired state and errors. Because, for example,
Powershell will always return an exit code of
0 unless an
exit statement is provided in the script. So, for reasons of
consistency and being explicit, exit codes
Required. What to run to validate this resource is in the desired state. An exit code of 100 indicates "in desired state", and exit code of 101 indicates "not in desired state". Any other exit code indicates a failure running validate.
What to run to bring this resource into the desired state. An exit code of 100 indicates "success", any other exit code indicates a failure running enforce.
Inheritancebuiltins.object > proto.message.Message > ExecResource
Exec(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)
A file or script to execute.
This message has
oneof_ fields (mutually exclusive fields).
For each oneof, at most one member field can be set at the same time.
Setting any member of the oneof automatically clears all other