» alicloud_cr_ee_repo

This resource will help you to manager Container Registry Enterprise Edition repositories.

For information about Container Registry Enterprise Edition repository and how to use it, see Create a Repository

» Example Usage

Basic Usage

resource "alicloud_cr_ee_namespace" "my-namespace" {
  instance_id        = "cri-xxx"
  name               = "my-namespace"
  auto_create        = false
  default_visibility = "PUBLIC"
}

resource "alicloud_cr_ee_repo" "my-repo" {
  instance_id   = "${alicloud_cr_ee_namespace.my-namespace.instance_id}"
  namespace     = "${alicloud_cr_ee_namespace.my-namespace.name}"
  name          = "my-repo"
  summary       = "this is summary of my new repo"
  repo_type     = "PUBLIC"
  detail        = "this is a public repo"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • instance_id - (Required, ForceNew) ID of Container Registry Enterprise Edition instance.
  • namespace - (Required, ForceNew) Name of Container Registry Enterprise Edition namespace where repository is located. It can contain 2 to 30 characters.
  • name - (Required, ForceNew) Name of Container Registry Enterprise Edition repository. It can contain 2 to 64 characters.
  • summary - (Required) The repository general information. It can contain 1 to 100 characters.
  • repo_type - (Required) PUBLIC or PRIVATE, repo's visibility.
  • detail - (Optional) The repository specific information. MarkDown format is supported, and the length limit is 2000.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The resource id of Container Registry Enterprise Edition repository. The value is in format {instance_id}:{namespace}:{repository}.
  • repo_id - The uuid of Container Registry Enterprise Edition repository.

» Import

Container Registry Enterprise Edition repository can be imported using the {instance_id}:{namespace}:{repository}, e.g.

$ terraform import alicloud_cr_ee_repo.default `cri-xxx:my-namespace:my-repo`