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Use the following environment variables as needed to configure the Docker Cluster command-line behavior.
Represents your AWS Access Key. Overrides the use of
Represents your AWS Secret Key. Overrides the use of
Specifies the AWS region to provision resources.
Specifies the AWS profile name as set in the shared credentials file.
Specifies the session token used for validating temporary credentials. This is typically provided after successful identity federation or Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) login. With MFA login, this is the session token provided afterwards, not the 6 digit MFA code used to get temporary credentials.
export AWS_SESSION_TOKEN=AQoDYXdzEJr...<remainder of security token>
Specifies the path to the shared credentials file. If this is not set and a profile is specified,
Specifies the Docker Hub organization to pull the
Specifies the tag of the
cluster container to pull.
Overrides docker password lookup from
Overrides docker username lookup from