We’re using service tokens (via the doppler token environment variable) in our CircleCi builds, and today Doppler starting throwing an error when calling
Debug: Using config file /home/circleci/.doppler/.doppler.yaml Debug: Creating the config directory /home/circleci/.doppler Debug: Creating a new config file Debug: Writing user config to /home/circleci/.doppler/.doppler.yaml Debug: Writing to temp file /home/circleci/.doppler/.doppler.yaml.obFKb_a7 Debug: Renaming temp file to /home/circleci/.doppler/.doppler.yaml Debug: Reading config file Debug: Using metadata file /home/circleci/.doppler/fallback/.metadata-a1b9bc8513bb56b10ec048e609dd17612db73f43af940f1e14ce7f4ccc8fa371.json Doppler Error: stat /home/circleci/.doppler/fallback/.metadata-a1b9bc8513bb56b10ec048e609dd17612db73f43af940f1e14ce7f4ccc8fa371.json: no such file or directory Debug: Metadata file does not exist
I can confirm that the process that Doppler is supposed to be running never starts, Doppler exits here. An error was occurring with the CLI using a user token on my desktop, but resolved itself after I ran
doppler login again.
I have tried the following steps:
- Running with the
- Creating a new service token and using that instead
Please let me know what my next steps should be in diagnosing this, thanks!