» packet_ssh_key

Provides a resource to manage User SSH keys on your Packet user account. If you create a new device in a project, all the keys of the project's collaborators will be injected to the device.

The link between User SSH key and device is implicit. If you want to make sure that a key will be copied to a device, you must ensure that the device resource depends_on the key resource.

» Example Usage

# Create a new SSH key
resource "packet_ssh_key" "key1" {
  name       = "terraform-1"
  public_key = "${file("/home/terraform/.ssh/id_rsa.pub")}"

# Create new device with "key1" included. The device resource "depends_on" the
# key, in order to make sure the key is created before the device.
resource "packet_device" "test" {
  hostname         = "test-device"
  plan             = "t1.small.x86"
  facility         = "sjc1"
  operating_system = "ubuntu_16_04"
  billing_cycle    = "hourly"
  project_id       = "${local.project_id}"
  depends_on       = ["packet_ssh_key.key1"]

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the SSH key for identification
  • public_key - (Required) The public key. If this is a file, it can be read using the file interpolation function

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The unique ID of the key
  • name - The name of the SSH key
  • public_key - The text of the public key
  • fingerprint - The fingerprint of the SSH key
  • created - The timestamp for when the SSH key was created
  • updated - The timestamp for the last time the SSH key was updated