» alicloud_edas_clusters

This data source provides a list of EDAS clusters in an Alibaba Cloud account according to the specified filters.

» Example Usage

data "alicloud_edas_clusters" "clusters" {
  logical_region_id = "cn-shenzhen:xxx"
  ids   =   ["addfs-dfsasd"]
  output_file = "clusters.txt"

output "first_cluster_name" {
  value = data.alicloud_alikafka_consumer_groups.clusters.clusters.0.cluster_name

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • logical_region_id - (Required) ID of the namespace in EDAS.
  • ids - (Optional) An ids string to filter results by the cluster id.
  • name_regex - (Optional) A regex string to filter results by the cluster name.
  • output_file - (Optional) File name where to save data source results (after running terraform plan).

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported in addition to the arguments listed above: * ids - A list of cluster IDs. * names - A list of cluster names. * clusters - A list of clusters. * cluster_id - The ID of the cluster that you want to create the application. * cluster_name - The name of the cluster. * cluster_type - The type of the cluster, Valid values: 1: Swarm cluster. 2: ECS cluster. 3: Kubernates cluster. * create_time - Cluster's creation time. * update_time - The time when the cluster was last updated. * cpu - The total number of CPUs in the cluster. * cpu_used - The number of used CPUs in the cluster. * mem - The total amount of memory in the cluser. Unit: MB. * mem_used - The amount of used memory in the cluser. Unit: MB. * network_mode - The network type of the cluster. Valid values: 1: classic network. 2: VPC. * node_num - The number of the Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instances that are deployed to the cluster. * vpc_id - The ID of the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) for the cluster. * region_id - The ID of the namespace the application belongs to.