When starting a new project, Keystone creates three environments:
dev, a local development environment (it’s the default);
staging, for test and pre-productions setups;
prod, the production environment.
You can see them as branches in a
git tree. Each secret and file exist in
all three of them, but values or content may differ from one to another.
For example, the secret
SALT may have the value
dev-salt, in the
staging-salt in the
staging one, and
see Manage members for more information on the subject.
You can check which environment you are on with
ks env switch.
You change the current environment with
ks env switch [dev|staging|prod].