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    Thanks, we’ll look into this. In the meantime, it seems like you could accomplish something like this by having the first successful run of your script create a “touch file” (“touch ~/.ran-startup-script”) and then have your script check for that file as the first thing it does, and if it exists on the disk, then just exit.

    Joe commented  · 

    In your startup script you can have it removed the startup-script metadata at the end from the host instance

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