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Insecure request warning - python 3 action

when I run an action through a workflow it is run by stanley user. I always see insecurerequestwarning in the stderr. Is there a way in python3 to disable this warning since stanley is connecting to localhost?


I was able to disable them in my custom action by adding the following:


The other option is to use the host name in the valid certificate I installed, but since it is localhost I donโ€™t really have concerns about ssl

Yep, that should do it.

And for the CLI (st2client), you can achieve the same thing by setting general.silence_ssl_warnings = True config option in ~/st2/config.

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