🐞 Fixed 🚀 CI/CD Engine
7 months ago

🚀 Do not commit/push .terraform/ folder during PR/MR

The feature being mentioned in this statement is related to the management of the .terraform/ folder in Brainboard, a cloud management solution. The issue being addressed is that when a pull request (PR) or merge request (MR) is made, too many files were being pushed, including the .terraform/ folder and its contents, such as terraform.tfstates.

The development team has implemented a feature that prevents the .terraform/ folder from being committed or pushed during a PR or MR. This means that when a user makes a PR or MR, the .terraform/ folder and its contents will not be included in the changes being pushed to the remote repository.

The .terraform/ folder is used to store the state of the resources in your Terraform configuration and it's sensitive data. So, it's not recommended to share it with others. By not committing/pushing this folder during PR/MR, it ensures that sensitive data is not accidentally shared with others, and it also reduces the amount of data being pushed, which can improve the performance of the PR/MR process.

In summary, the feature prevents the .terraform/ folder from being committed or pushed during a pull request or merge request in Brainboard. This ensures that sensitive data is not accidentally shared with others, and it also reduces the amount of data being pushed, which can improve the performance of the PR/MR process.