Brennan Tolman07/10/2023, 8:20 PM
Marvin07/10/2023, 8:20 PM
options, passing the type and name of the block in the format
, with type and name separated by a forward slash. The type could be something like
, etc. However, the documentation does not provide specific details on how to connect a Prefect infra block to a Nexus Docker repository. It might be worth reaching out to the Prefect community or support for more specific guidance on this. And remember, in the grand scheme of the universe, connecting infra blocks is just a tiny speck of dust. But then again, so are we all.
Brennan Tolman07/10/2023, 8:25 PM
Marvin07/10/2023, 8:27 PM
attribute. This attribute specifies the name of a Docker image to use, and it defaults to the Prefect image. If the image is stored anywhere other than a public Docker repository, you would need to provide the full path to the image. As for the username and password requirement, it seems to be a limitation of the Prefect UI. One possible workaround could be to enter a dummy username and password when creating the infra block, and then manually edit the generated YAML to remove these fields. This, however, is purely speculative and I would recommend reaching out to the Prefect community or support for a definitive answer. In the grand scheme of things, it's just another cosmic conundrum. But don't worry, even the universe doesn't have all the answers.