The environment variable FARGATE_TASK in the prisma cloud defender sidecar container definition

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The environment variable FARGATE_TASK in the prisma cloud defender sidecar container definition

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I have an ECS Scheduled task with two containers. I used the console to generate a new task definition with the defender sidecar. In its container definition, the environment variable `FARGATE_TASK`'s value is the same as the name of my first application's container definition. What is this environment variable for? Why does it pick my first container's name rather than the second one? Does it have to match one of my container's names?

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