Expanded Kustomize Output

If you’ve modified any of the Kustomize bases and overlays that come with the cdk canonical configuration, you might want to see how your changes affect deployment. Use the kustomize build command to see how Kustomize expands your bases and overlays into YAML files.

For example:

$ cd /path/to/forgeops/kustomize/overlay/7.0
$ kustomize build all
2020/10/02 11:07:53 well-defined vars that were never replaced: DOMAIN,DSBACKUP_DIRECTORY,DSBACKUP_HOSTS,NAMESPACE,SUBDOMAIN,AUTORESTORE_FROM_DSBACKUP
apiVersion: v1
data:
  IDM_ENVCONFIG_DIRS: /opt/openidm/resolver
  LOGGING_PROPERTIES: /var/run/openidm/logging/logging.properties
  OPENIDM_ANONYMOUS_PASSWORD: anonymous
  OPENIDM_CLUSTER_REMOVE_OFFLINE_NODE_STATE: "true"
  OPENIDM_CONFIG_REPO_ENABLED: "false"
  PROJECT_HOME: /opt/openidm
kind: ConfigMap
metadata:
  labels:
    app: idm
    app.kubernetes.io/name: forgerock
    component: idm
    tier: middle
    vendor: forgerock
  name: idm
  namespace: prod
---
apiVersion: v1
data:
  logging.properties: |
    # Properties file that configures the operation of the JDK
    # logging facility.
    # The system will look for this configuration file, first using
    # a System property specified at startup:
    #
    # >java -Djava.util.logging.config.file=myLoggingConfigFilePath
    #
. . .