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entro-vault

A CLI to assist environment management using HashiCorp Vault and SSH tunnels for access.

oclif

Getting Started

In order to use this tool, you'll first need to install vault. Follow the instructions supplied by HashiCorp here https://developer.hashicorp.com/vault/tutorials/getting-started/getting-started-install#install-vault.

You'll also need ssh installed and your RSA key has to be added to the server. Please speak to your system administrator if your SSH key has not been added yet.

Finally, a user on Vault needs to be created with you and you need to be associated with the correct policies to gain access to the environment variables you require. Please speak to your system administrator if you have not been added to Vault yet.

Quick Installation

npm install -g entro-vault

Full Installation

In order to provide this CLI to all users, we'll want to install it from the binaries provided. Download the .tar.gz file from the releases page.

Then run the following to install:

tar -xvf entro-vault-<version>.tar.gz
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/src/entro-vault
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/entro-vault
sudo mv entro-vault /usr/local/src/entro-vault
sudo ln -s /usr/local/src/entro-vault/bin/entro-vault /usr/local/bin/entro-vault

Usage

$ npm install -g entro-vault
$ entro-vault COMMAND
running command...
$ entro-vault (--version)
entro-vault/1.1.4 linux-x64 node-v16.15.0
$ entro-vault --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ entro-vault COMMAND
...

Commands

entro-vault connect

Connect to the server and begin a reverse tunnel

USAGE
  $ entro-vault connect -h <value> -u <value> [-p <value>] [-v <value>] [-l <value>]

FLAGS
  -h, --host=<value>        (required) The IP address or hostname to connect to via SSH
  -l, --listenPort=<value>  [default: 33233] The port to listen on when the tunnel is created
  -p, --port=<value>        [default: 22] The port to connect to via SSH
  -u, --username=<value>    (required) The username to use when connecting via SSH
  -v, --vaultPort=<value>   [default: 8200] The port to connect to the Vault server

DESCRIPTION
  Connect to the server and begin a reverse tunnel

EXAMPLES
  $ entro-vault connect --host=vault.example.com --username=example_user --port=2222

See code: dist/commands/connect.ts

entro-vault disconnect

Disconnect from the server and stop the reverse tunnel

USAGE
  $ entro-vault disconnect

DESCRIPTION
  Disconnect from the server and stop the reverse tunnel

EXAMPLES
  $ entro-vault disconnect

See code: dist/commands/disconnect.ts

entro-vault env download PATH

Download an environment file from the Vault server

USAGE
  $ entro-vault env download [PATH] [-o <value>] [-h <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  PATH  The path to the env that we want to download

FLAGS
  -h, --vault=<value>   [default: http://localhost:33233] The hostname and path of the Vault server
  -o, --output=<value>  [default: ./.env] The path to save the environment file to

DESCRIPTION
  Download an environment file from the Vault server

EXAMPLES
  $ entro-vault env download product:development/backend --output=devops/dev/backend/.env

entro-vault env upload PATH

Upload the contents of an environment file to the Vault server

USAGE
  $ entro-vault env upload [PATH] -p <value> [-h <value>] [-y]

ARGUMENTS
  PATH  The path to the env that we want to upload

FLAGS
  -h, --vault=<value>        [default: http://localhost:33233] The hostname and path of the Vault server
  -p, --secret-path=<value>  (required) The path to where the env should be stored on Vault
  -y, --yes                  Automatically confirm that the env variables can be overwritten

DESCRIPTION
  Upload the contents of an environment file to the Vault server

EXAMPLES
  $ entro-vault env upload --secret-path=product:development/backend --yes devops/dev/backend/.env

entro-vault help [COMMAND]

Display help for entro-vault.

USAGE
  $ entro-vault help [COMMAND] [-n]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  Command to show help for.

FLAGS
  -n, --nested-commands  Include all nested commands in the output.

DESCRIPTION
  Display help for entro-vault.

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

entro-vault wait

Wait until the connection has been opened before continuing

USAGE
  $ entro-vault wait [-p <value>] [-t <value>]

FLAGS
  -p, --port=<value>     [default: 33233] The port that the tunnel is listening on
  -t, --timeout=<value>  [default: 30] The number of seconds to wait before timing out and returning an error exit code

DESCRIPTION
  Wait until the connection has been opened before continuing

EXAMPLES
  $ entro-vault wait

See code: dist/commands/wait.ts

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