This command is only available on Astro.
For a given Deployment on Astro, use
astro deployment variable update to update the value of an existing environment variable with the Astro CLI. To do so, you can either:
- Manually enter a new
key=valuepair for an existing key directly in the command.
- Modify the value of one or more environment variables in a
.envfile and load that file with
This command is functionally identical to editing and saving the value of an existing environment variable in the Cloud UI. For more information on environment variables, see Set environment variables on Astro.
astro deployment variable update
This command is recommended for automated workflows. To run this command in an automated process such as a CI/CD pipeline, you can generate an API token, then specify the
ASTRO_API_TOKEN environment variable in the system running the Astro CLI:
|The ID of the Deployment whose environment variable(s) you want to update.
|Any valid Deployment ID
|The name of the Deployment whose environment variable(s) you want to update. Use as an alternative to
|Any valid Deployment name
|The path to a file that contains a list of environment variables. If a filepath isn't specified, this looks for a
.env file in your current directory. If
.env doesn't exist, this flag will create it for you
|Any valid filepath
|Export updated environment variables from your Astro project's
.env file to the Deployment. This is an alternative to updating an environment variable by manually specifying
--value. By default, this flag updates all environment variables based on the file specified with
|Set the value of the updated environment variable as secret
|Update an environment variable for a Deployment that is not in your current Workspace. If this is not specified, your current Workspace is assumed
|Any valid Workspace ID
# Update an existing environment variable and set as secret
$ astro deployment variable update --deployment-id cl03oiq7d80402nwn7fsl3dmv AIRFLOW__SECRETS__BACKEND_KWARGS=<my-new-secret-value> --secret
# Update multiple environment variables for a Deployment at once by loading them from a .env file
$ astro deployment variable update --deployment-id cl03oiq7d80402nwn7fsl3dmv --load --env .env.dev