» alicloud_elasticsearch_instances

The alicloud_elasticsearch_instances data source provides a collection of Elasticsearch instances available in Alicloud account. Filters support description regex and other filters which are listed below.

» Example Usage

data "alicloud_elasticsearch_instances" "instances" {
  description_regex = "myes"
  version           = "5.5.3_with_X-Pack"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • description_regex - (Optional) A regex string to apply to the instance description.
  • ids - (Optional, Available 1.52.1+) A list of Elasticsearch instance IDs.
  • version - (Optional) Elasticsearch version. Options are 5.5.3_with_X-Pack, 6.3.2_with_X-Pack and 6.7.0_with_X-Pack. If no value is specified, all versions are returned.
  • 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 Elasticsearch instance IDs.
  • descriptions - A list of Elasticsearch instance descriptions.
  • instances - A list of Elasticsearch instances. Its every element contains the following attributes:
    • id - The ID of the Elasticsearch instance.
    • description - The description of the Elasticsearch instance.
    • instance_charge_type - Billing method. Value options: PostPaid for Pay-As-You-Go and PrePaid for subscription.
    • data_node_amount - The Elasticsearch cluster's data node quantity, between 2 and 50.
    • data_node_spec - The data node specifications of the elasticsearch instance.
    • data_node_disk_size - The single data node storage space. Unit: GB.
    • data_node_disk_type - The data node disk type. Included values: cloud_ssd and cloud_efficiency.
    • vswitch_id - VSwitch ID the instance belongs to.
    • version - Elasticsearch version includes 5.5.3_with_X-Pack, 6.3.2_with_X-Pack and 6.7.0_with_X-Pack.
    • cerated_at - The creation time of the instance. It's a GTM format, such as: "2019-01-08T15:50:50.623Z".
    • updated_at - The last modified time of the instance. It's a GMT format, such as: "2019-01-08T15:50:50.623Z".
    • status - Status of the instance. It includes active, activating, inactive