» openstack_objectstorage_object_v1

Manages a V1 container object resource within OpenStack.

» Example Usage

» Example with simple content

resource "openstack_objectstorage_container_v1" "container_1" {
  region = "RegionOne"
  name   = "tf-test-container-1"

  metadata {
    test = "true"
  }

  content_type = "application/json"
}

resource "openstack_objectstorage_object_v1" "doc_1" {
  region         = "RegionOne"
  container_name = "${openstack_objectstorage_container_v1.container_1.name}"
  name           = "test/default.json"
  metadata {
    test = "true"
  }

  content_type = "application/json"
  content      = <<JSON
               {
                 "foo" : "bar"
               }
JSON

}

» Example with content from file

resource "openstack_objectstorage_container_v1" "container_1" {
  region = "RegionOne"
  name   = "tf-test-container-1"

  metadata {
    test = "true"
  }

  content_type = "application/json"
}

resource "openstack_objectstorage_object_v1" "doc_1" {
  region         = "RegionOne"
  container_name = "${openstack_objectstorage_container_v1.container_1.name}"
  name           = "test/default.json"
  metadata {
    test = "true"
  }

  content_type = "application/json"
  source       = "./default.json"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • container_name - (Required) A unique (within an account) name for the container. The container name must be from 1 to 256 characters long and can start with any character and contain any pattern. Character set must be UTF-8. The container name cannot contain a slash (/) character because this character delimits the container and object name. For example, the path /v1/account/www/pages specifies the www container, not the www/pages container.

  • content - (Optional) A string representing the content of the object. Conflicts with source and copy_from.

  • content_disposition - (Optional) A string which specifies the override behavior for the browser. For example, this header might specify that the browser use a download program to save this file rather than show the file, which is the default.

  • content_encoding - (Optional) A string representing the value of the Content-Encoding metadata.

  • content_type - (Optional) A string which sets the MIME type for the object.

  • copy_from - (Optional) A string representing the name of an object used to create the new object by copying the copy_from object. The value is in form {container}/{object}. You must UTF-8-encode and then URL-encode the names of the container and object before you include them in the header. Conflicts with source and content.

  • delete_after - (Optional) An integer representing the number of seconds after which the system removes the object. Internally, the Object Storage system stores this value in the X-Delete-At metadata item.

  • delete_at - (Optional) An string representing the date when the system removes the object. For example, "2015-08-26" is equivalent to Mon, Wed, 26 Aug 2015 00:00:00 GMT.

  • detect_content_type - (Optional) If set to true, Object Storage guesses the content type based on the file extension and ignores the value sent in the Content-Type header, if present.

  • etag - (Optional) Used to trigger updates. The only meaningful value is ${md5(file("path/to/file"))}.

  • name - (Required) A unique name for the object.

  • object_manifest - (Optional) A string set to specify that this is a dynamic large object manifest object. The value is the container and object name prefix of the segment objects in the form container/prefix. You must UTF-8-encode and then URL-encode the names of the container and prefix before you include them in this header.

  • region - (Optional) The region in which to create the container. If omitted, the region argument of the provider is used. Changing this creates a new container.

  • source - (Optional) A string representing the local path of a file which will be used as the object's content. Conflicts with source and copy_from.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • content_length - If the operation succeeds, this value is zero (0) or the length of informational or error text in the response body.
  • content_type - If the operation succeeds, this value is the MIME type of the object. If the operation fails, this value is the MIME type of the error text in the response body.
  • date - The date and time the system responded to the request, using the preferred format of RFC 7231 as shown in this example Thu, 16 Jun 2016 15:10:38 GMT. The time is always in UTC.
  • etag - Whatever the value given in argument, will be overriden by the MD5 checksum of the uploaded object content. The value is not quoted. If it is an SLO, it would be MD5 checksum of the segments’ etags.
  • last_modified - The date and time when the object was last modified. The date and time stamp format is ISO 8601: CCYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss±hh:mm For example, 2015-08-27T09:49:58-05:00. The ±hh:mm value, if included, is the time zone as an offset from UTC. In the previous example, the offset value is -05:00.
  • static_large_object - True if object is a multipart_manifest.
  • trans_id - A unique transaction ID for this request. Your service provider might need this value if you report a problem.

  • container_name - See Argument Reference above.

  • content - See Argument Reference above.

  • content_disposition - See Argument Reference above.

  • content_encoding - See Argument Reference above.

  • copy_from - See Argument Reference above.

  • delete_after - See Argument Reference above.

  • delete_at - See Argument Reference above.

  • detect_content_type - See Argument Reference above.

  • name - See Argument Reference above.

  • object_manifest - See Argument Reference above.

  • region - See Argument Reference above.

  • source - See Argument Reference above.