» ProfitBricks Provider

The ProfitBricks provider gives the ability to deploy and configure resources using the ProfitBricks Cloud API.

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» Usage

The provider needs to be configured with proper credentials before it can be used.

$ export PROFITBRICKS_USERNAME="profitbricks_username"
$ export PROFITBRICKS_PASSWORD="profitbricks_password"
$ export PROFITBRICKS_API_URL="profitbricks_cloud_api_url"

Or you can provide your credentials in a .tf configuration file as shown in this example.

» Example Usage

provider "profitbricks" {
  username = "profitbricks_username"
  password = "profitbricks_password"
  endpoint = "profitbricks_cloud_api_url"
}

resource "profitbricks_datacenter" "main" {
  # ...
}

Note: The credentials provided in a .tf file will override the credentials from environment variables.

» Configuration Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • username - (Required) If omitted, the PROFITBRICKS_USERNAME environment variable is used. The username is generally an e-mail address in 'username@domain.tld' format.

  • password - (Required) If omitted, the PROFITBRICKS_PASSWORD environment variable is used.

  • endpoint - (Optional) If omitted, the PROFITBRICKS_API_URL environment variable is used, or it defaults to the current Cloud API release.

  • retries - (Deprecated) Number of retries while waiting for a resource to be provisioned. Default value is 50. Note: This argument has been deprecated and replaced by the implementation of resource timeouts described below.

» Resource Timeout

Individual resources may provide a timeouts block to configure the amount of time a specific operation is allowed to take before being considered an error. Each resource may provide configurable timeouts for the create, update, and delete operations. Each resource that supports timeouts will have or inherit default values for that operation. Users can overwrite the default values for a specific resource in the configuration.

The default timeouts values are:

  • create - (Default 60 minutes) Used for creating a resource.
  • update - (Default 60 minutes) Used for updating a resource .
  • delete - (Default 60 minutes) Used for destroying a resource.
  • default - (Default 60 minutes) Used for every other action on a resource.

An example of overwriting the create, update, and delete timeouts:

resource "profitbricks_server" "example" {
  name              = "server"
  datacenter_id     = "${profitbricks_datacenter.example.id}"
  cores             = 1
  ram               = 1024
  availability_zone = "ZONE_1"
  cpu_family        = "AMD_OPTERON"

  volume {
    name           = "new"
    image_name     = "${var.ubuntu}"
    size           = 5
    disk_type      = "SSD"
    ssh_key_path   = "${var.private_key_path}"
    image_password = "test1234"
  }

  nic {
    lan             = "${profitbricks_lan.example.id}"
    dhcp            = true
    ip              = "${profitbricks_ipblock.example.ips[0]}"
    firewall_active = true

    firewall {
      protocol         = "TCP"
      name             = "SSH"
      port_range_start = 22
      port_range_end   = 22
    }
  }

  timeouts {
    create = "30m"
    update = "300s"
    delete = "2h"
  }
}

Valid units of time should be expressed in "s", "m", "h" for "seconds", "minutes", and "hours" respectively.

Individual resources must opt-in to providing configurable timeouts, and attempting to configure values for a resource that does not support timeouts, or overwriting a specific action that the resource does not specify as an option, will result in an error.

» Support

You are welcome to contact us with questions or comments at ProfitBricks DevOps Central.