» scaleway_server

DEPRECATED: This resource is deprecated and will be removed in v2.0+. Please use scaleway_instance_server instead.

Provides servers. This allows servers to be created, updated and deleted. For additional details please refer to API documentation.

» Example Usage

resource "scaleway_server" "test" {
  name  = "test"
  image = "5faef9cd-ea9b-4a63-9171-9e26bec03dbc"
  type  = "VC1M"

  volume {
    size_in_gb = 20
    type       = "l_ssd"
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) name of server
  • image - (Required) base image of server
  • type - (Required) type of server
  • bootscript - (Optional) server bootscript
  • boot_type - (Optional) the boot mechanism for this server. Possible values include local and bootscript
  • tags - (Optional) list of tags for server
  • enable_ipv6 - (Optional) enable ipv6
  • dynamic_ip_required - (Optional) make server publicly available
  • public_ip - (Optional) set a public ip previously created (a real ip is expected here, not its resource id)
  • security_group - (Optional) assign security group to server
  • volume - (Optional) attach additional volumes to your instance (see below)
  • public_ipv6 - (Read Only) if enable_ipv6 is set this contains the ipv6 address of your instance
  • state - (Optional) allows you to define the desired state of your server. Valid values include (stopped, running)
  • cloudinit - (Optional) allows you to define cloudinit script for this server
  • state_detail - (Read Only) contains details from the scaleway API the state of your instance

Field name, type, tags, dynamic_ip_required, security_group are editable.

» Volume

You can attach additional volumes to your instance, which will share the lifetime of your scaleway_server resource.

The volume mapping supports the following:

  • type - (Required) The type of volume. Can be "l_ssd"
  • size_in_gb - (Required) The size of the volume in gigabytes.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - id of the new resource
  • private_ip - private ip of the new resource
  • public_ip - public ip of the new resource

» Import

Instances can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import scaleway_server.web 5faef9cd-ea9b-4a63-9171-9e26bec03dbc