~/.earthly/auth-token, which will be used to log you in. If this file is deleted, you will need to run
earthly account loginto re-create it.
earthly account logout, which deletes the
~/.earthly/auth-tokenfile from your disk.
/user/...; this can be thought of as your home directory. To view this workspace, try running:
MY_KEYwill be set with the value stored under your private
--writeflag to grant write permission too. Additionally, the permissions can be set to lower paths.
/hush-co/project-zulu/directory. If he runs
project-zulu, Bob would not be able to list or retrieve them.
RUNcommand that requires a secret, the BuildKit daemon will request the secret from the earthly command-line process --
earthlywill then make a request to earthly's cloud storage server (along with the auth token); once the server returns the secret, that secret will be passed to BuildKit.