In the previous episodes we learned what is drift and how to detect it. We also learned how to configure the workers pools and use them to run our workloads. Finally, we know that drift detection can be run on workers pool only. So, let's put this knowledge together, and schedule the detection.
Change the behavior
First, we need to change the behavior for the whole stack. Navigate to
Behavior tab and switch the
Worker pool from default to newly created one.
Create the schedule
We have to repeat the steps we already try to done once.
Scheduling and create new schedule for drift detection.
As we can see, there is no need to set the workers pool, it is already done on the stack level.
When done, we should see confirmation and details of scheduled task.
After the check is done, we can see the visualised report about the drift. We can look on this report from a few places, but we do it now from Stack's
The drifted resources are marked with sign on it.
The configuration we did is to detect drift only. I mentioned briefly, that we can also act on it. When we setup the drift detection, we can switch
Reconcile on. In this case, when drift will be detected, the corresponding stack will be triggered to fix it.
Clearing drifts in automatic way should be the goal of every team when use IaC. Spacelift is doing it well.
I think though, there are some points for improvements
Reloadbutton. Even if the page is reloading periodically, I wish to have this option.
- More details about drifted resources. Something like
should be vs it iscomparision for drifted resources.
We learned how to create drift detection and how to act on it. We also know how to check and visualise drifts.
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