» vcd_vapp_vm

Provides a vCloud Director VM resource. This can be used to create, modify, and delete VMs within a vApp.

» Example Usage

resource "vcd_network" "net" {
  # ...
}

resource "vcd_vapp" "web" {
  name          = "web"
}

resource "vcd_vapp_vm" "web2" {
  vapp_name     = "${vcd_vapp.web.name}"
  name          = "web2"
  catalog_name  = "Boxes"
  template_name = "lampstack-1.10.1-ubuntu-10.04"
  memory        = 2048
  cpus          = 1

  ip           = "10.10.104.161"
}

resource "vcd_vapp_vm" "web3" {
  vapp_name     = "${vcd_vapp.web.name}"
  name          = "web3"
  catalog_name  = "Boxes"
  template_name = "lampstack-1.10.1-ubuntu-10.04"
  memory        = 2048
  cpus          = 1

  ip           = "10.10.104.162"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • vapp_name - (Required) The vApp this VM should belong to.
  • name - (Required) A unique name for the vApp
  • catalog_name - (Required) The catalog name in which to find the given vApp Template
  • template_name - (Required) The name of the vApp Template to use
  • memory - (Optional) The amount of RAM (in MB) to allocate to the vApp
  • cpus - (Optional) The number of virtual CPUs to allocate to the vApp
  • initscript (Optional) A script to be run only on initial boot
  • ip - (Optional) The IP to assign to this vApp. Must be an IP address or one of dhcp, allocated or none. If given the address must be within the static_ip_pool set for the network. If left blank, and the network has dhcp_pool set with at least one available IP then this will be set with DHCP.
  • power_on - (Optional) A boolean value stating if this vApp should be powered on. Default to true