am trying to use the OctopusDeploy terraform apply step to generate my infrastructure using an AzureRM backend. The backend is set up and works from my computer.
When I try it from OctoopusDeploy it doesn’t seem to be able to get through the Proxy - which is an authenticating proxy.
I’ve got the proxy set up in OctopusDeploy (and the packages are fed from a NuGet feed which comes through the proxy) and I have HTTP_PROXY and HTTPS_PROXY set in the system environment variables. The Octopus service is running as a user that has permissions to use the internet through the proxy
Here’s the output:
Info Extracting package: C:\Octopus\OctopusServer\PackageCache\feeds-app-hub\TF_AppHub@S1.1.35248@7308A1964B1A0D48AF04BB90C9FBB55D.nupkg Info terraform.exe init -no-color -input=false -get-plugins=true -backend-config= access_key=<acc_key> Info Initializing the backend... Info Successfully configured the backend "azurerm"! Terraform will automatically use this backend unless the backend configuration changes. Error Error refreshing state: Get https://<storage_acc>.blob.core.windows.net/modules/dev2.terraform.tfstate: proxyconnect tcp: EOF Fatal The remote script failed with exit code 1 Fatal The action Create Infrastructure on the Octopus Server failed
I have also asked this question here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52335479/cant-apply-terraform-through-octopusdeploy-with-azurerm-backend-through-proxy