Currenty, I’m getting these from all my microservices.
Unable to fetch secrets
Doppler Error: Get "https://api.doppler.com/v3/configs/config/secrets?config=&include_dynamic_secrets=false&project=&secrets=CELERY_CONCURRENCY": context deadline exceeded (Client.Timeout exceeded while awaiting headers)
Unable to fetch secrets from the Doppler API
Doppler Error: Get "https://api.doppler.com/v3/configs/config/secrets/download?config=&format=json&include_dynamic_secrets=true&project=": context deadline exceeded (Client.Timeout exceeded while awaiting headers)
I applied doppler run – command to run server – debug and i’m getting debug logs
Unable to download secrets
Doppler Error: Invalid Auth token
I don’t understand this, there no expiry set for service token that i created. Can somebody explain ?
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Typically, timeout errors like this occur due to DNS resolution problems. Could you try enabling the
--enable-dns-resolver flag and see if that makes a difference? That causes the CLI to bypass the OS DNS resolver and instead use a software resolver that’s hitting Cloudflare’s DNS nameservers (
22.214.171.124). If DNS resolution is the problem, then enabling that should fix it. If it does, then explicitly setting your servers to use either Cloudflare or Google’s public DNS nameservers is a good longer term solution.