I’ve noticed that I can’t push up an orgsecret.
- We are using
- We are using
- Also tested with
- We are on windows
- I am configured as a drone admin user.
At any level of using the add command (even when providing an actual secret) it comes back with the following:
invalid character '<' looking for beginning of value
See the following:
The most common root cause of this error is when you use the
http:// drone server address instead of the
https:// address, which results in an auto-redirect. An http redirect returns the following html document, instead of the expected json object:
HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 22:23:32 GMT
Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
<a href="https://drone.io/">Moved Permanently</a>.
< refers to the
a tag where a json object is expected.
Another common root cause is proxy misconfiguration. In either case, I can confirm that organization secrets are working with the latest version of Drone and the CLI.
Okay, I lied - turns out I deployed
I downgraded server to 1.1.0 and it worked.
So maybe an incompatibility between cli 1.1.0 and server 1.2.1?
I tested Drone Server 1.2.1 with the latest build of the CLI from master and it is working as expected. I would expect it to work with CLI 1.1.0 but I didn’t have time to downgrade my version to test. The commit history didn’t indicate anything with org secrets changed since 1.1.0, nor have we received other reports of issues.
$ drone orgsecret add drone foo bar
$ drone orgsecret ls
Pull Request Read: false
Pull Request Write: false
invalid character ‘<’ looking for beginning of value
You never mentioned if you checked the autoredirect from http to https or if there was a reverse proxy involved. I just want to rule out the most common root cause.