ls -laon the above screenshot), perform benign read-only operations like showing parts of the Terraform state, or even make changes to the state itself, like tainting a resource. Given that thanks to the Docker integration you have full control over the execution environment of your workloads, there's hardly a limit to what you can do.
lsis probably nothing to be afraid of, the two-way state migration described above could have gone wrong in great many different ways. The stack locking mechanism thus allows taking exclusive control over one or more stacks by a single individual, taking the possibility of coordination to a whole new level.
envcommand, as you do. Actually, let's run it in Spacelift to see what gives:
sh -cto support all the shell goodies we all love to abuse. In particular, you can use as many
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