» openstack_containerinfra_clustertemplate_v1

Manages a V1 Magnum cluster template resource within OpenStack.

» Example Usage

» Create a Cluster template

resource "openstack_containerinfra_clustertemplate_v1" "clustertemplate_1" {
  name                  = "clustertemplate_1"
  image                 = "Fedora-Atomic-27"
  coe                   = "kubernetes"
  flavor                = "m1.small"
  master_flavor         = "m1.medium"
  dns_nameserver        = "1.1.1.1"
  docker_storage_driver = "devicemapper"
  docker_volume_size    = 10
  volume_driver         = "cinder"
  network_driver        = "flannel"
  server_type           = "vm"
  master_lb_enabled     = true
  floating_ip_enabled   = false
  labels                = "kube_tag=1.11.1,kube_dashboard_enabled=true,prometheus_monitoring=true,influx_grafana_dashboard_enabled=true"
}

» Argument reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • region - (Optional) The region in which to obtain the V1 Container Infra client. A Container Infra client is needed to create a cluster template. If omitted,the region argument of the provider is used. Changing this creates a new cluster template.

  • name - (Required) The name of the cluster template. Changing this updates the name of the existing cluster template.

  • project_id - (Optional) The project of the cluster template. Required if admin wants to create a cluster template in another project. Changing this creates a new cluster template.

  • user_id - (Optional) The user of the cluster template. Required if admin wants to create a cluster template for another user. Changing this creates a new cluster template.

  • apiserver_port - (Optional) The API server port for the Container Orchestration Engine for this cluster template. Changing this updates the API server port of the existing cluster template.

  • coe - (Required) The Container Orchestration Engine for this cluster template. Changing this updates the engine of the existing cluster template.

  • cluster_distro - (Optional) The distro for the cluster (fedora-atomic, coreos, etc.). Changing this updates the cluster distro of the existing cluster template.

  • dns_nameserver - (Optional) Address of the DNS nameserver that is used in nodes of the cluster. Changing this updates the DNS nameserver of the existing cluster template.

  • docker_storage_driver - (Optional) Docker storage driver. Changing this updates the Docker storage driver of the existing cluster template.

  • docker_volume_size - (Optional) The size (in GB) of the Docker volume. Changing this updates the Docker volume size of the existing cluster template.

  • external_network_id - (Optional) The ID of the external network that will be used for the cluster. Changing this updates the external network ID of the existing cluster template.

  • fixed_network - (Optional) The fixed network that will be attached to the cluster. Changing this updates the fixed network of the existing cluster template.

  • fixed_subnet - (Optional) The fixed subnet that will be attached to the cluster. Changing this updates the fixed subnet of the existing cluster template.

  • flavor - (Optional) The flavor for the nodes of the cluster. Can be set via the OS_MAGNUM_FLAVOR environment variable. Changing this updates the flavor of the existing cluster template.

  • master_flavor - (Optional) The flavor for the master nodes. Can be set via the OS_MAGNUM_MASTER_FLAVOR environment variable. Changing this updates the master flavor of the existing cluster template.

  • floating_ip_enabled - (Optional) Indicates whether created cluster should create floating IP for every node or not. Changing this updates the floating IP enabled attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • http_proxy - (Optional) The address of a proxy for receiving all HTTP requests and relay them. Changing this updates the HTTP proxy address of the existing cluster template.

  • https_proxy - (Optional) The address of a proxy for receiving all HTTPS requests and relay them. Changing this updates the HTTPS proxy address of the existing cluster template.

  • image - (Required) The reference to an image that is used for nodes of the cluster. Can be set via the OS_MAGNUM_IMAGE environment variable. Changing this updates the image attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • insecure_registry - (Optional) The insecure registry URL for the cluster template. Changing this updates the insecure registry attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • keypair_id - (Optional) The name of the Compute service SSH keypair. Changing this updates the keypair of the existing cluster template.

  • labels - (Optional) The list of key value pairs representing additional properties of the cluster template. Changing this updates the labels of the existing cluster template.

  • master_lb_enabled - (Optional) Indicates whether created cluster should has a loadbalancer for master nodes or not. Changing this updates the attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • network_driver - (Optional) The name of the driver for the container network. Changing this updates the network driver of the existing cluster template.

  • no_proxy - (Optional) A comma-separated list of IP addresses that shouldn't be used in the cluster. Changing this updates the no proxy list of the existing cluster template.

  • public - (Optional) Indicates whether cluster template should be public. Changing this updates the public attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • registry_enabled - (Optional) Indicates whether Docker registry is enabled in the cluster. Changing this updates the registry enabled attribute of the existing cluster template.

  • server_type - (Optional) The server type for the cluster template. Changing this updates the server type of the existing cluster template.

  • tls_disabled - (Optional) Indicates whether the TLS should be disabled in the cluster. Changing this updates the attribute of the existing cluster.

  • volume_driver - (Optional) The name of the driver that is used for the volumes of the cluster nodes. Changing this updates the volume driver of the existing cluster template.

» Attributes reference

The following attributes are exported:

» Import

Cluster templates can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import openstack_containerinfra_clustertemplate_v1.clustertemplate_1 b9a45c5c-cd03-4958-82aa-b80bf93cb922