logo
Tags down

shadow

How to use condition with lists in Terraform 11


By : Wess
Date : August 02 2020, 05:00 AM
help you fix your problem You could do this with Local Values:
code :
variable "local_list" {
  default = ["foo"]
}

variable "remote_list" {
  default = ["bar"]
}

locals {
  myvar = length(var.local_list) > 0 ? var.local_list : var.remote_list
}

# myvar value is "foo"
output "myvar" {
  value = local.myvar
}


Share : facebook icon twitter icon

Iterating through a map of lists in terraform?


By : Mark M.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Seems this was not (easily) feasable prior to terraform 0.12 release.
The 0.12 release includes For expressions amongst many other improvemnets
code :
{for s in var.list : s => upper(s)}
{
 "a" = "A" 
 "b" = "B" 
 "c" = "C"
}
{for l in var.map : for s in var.list : s => upper(s)}
    {
     "a" = "A" 
     "b" = "B" 
     "c" = "C"
    }

terraform apply reporting backend configuration error with S3 after terraform init & terraform plan worked successfu


By : Kamal Soni
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Seems that you have added new s3 as backend. So terraform requires re-initialization. Just run terraform init, it will add s3 as backend and ask permission to transfer local statefile to s3.

Terraform lists in version 0.12+


By : user2905247
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Although you do not show a typical value for var.securityGroupIds and var.subnetIds, I will assume they are both lists. In Terraform < 0.12, you were required sometimes to put redundant array notation for parameter arguments and did not have first class support for variables. In Terraform >= 0.12, you should no longer put redundant array notation and you do have first class support for variables. You can update your code to handle both via:
code :
resource "aws_lb" "main" {
  name            = "myload-balancer"
  subnets         = var.subnetIds
  security_groups = var.securityGroupIds
}

How to use if else-if else condition in Terraform


By : Margit Schefte
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I am trying to change the stack name based on the environment. I tried the following: , You've got the syntax for the ternary slightly wrong there:
code :
stack_name = intl-${var.intl_region}-${var.intl_ctry}-${var.intl_env}-jk-${var.vanity_env == "-np" || var.vanity_env == "-dr" ? "mstr" : "master"}
variable "intl_region" {
  default = "foo"
}

variable "intl_ctry" {
  default = "bar"
}

variable "intl_env" {
  default = "baz"
}

variable "vanity_env" {}

output "foo" {
  value = "intl-${var.intl_region}-${var.intl_ctry}-${var.intl_env}-jk-${var.vanity_env == "-np" || var.vanity_env == "-dr" ? "mstr" : "master"}"
}
$ TF_VAR_vanity_env=-np terraform apply

Apply complete! Resources: 0 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.

Outputs:

foo = intl-foo-bar-baz-jk-mstr
$ TF_VAR_vanity_env=-dr terraform apply

Apply complete! Resources: 0 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.

Outputs:

foo = intl-foo-bar-baz-jk-mstr
$ TF_VAR_vanity_env=quux terraform apply

Apply complete! Resources: 0 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.

Outputs:

foo = intl-foo-bar-baz-jk-master

Concatenate two lists in Terraform 0.12 - concat()


By : Bharath
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Terraform 0.12 makes a stronger distinction between list and set values than 0.11 did, and includes some additional checks like this.
In this particular case, concat is failing in this way because concatenation requires all of the elements to have a well-defined order so that the result can also have a well-defined order. Sets are not ordered, so this check is in place to remind you to explicitly select a suitable ordering when converting to list, or to not convert to list at all.
code :
  subnet_ids = concat(
    sort(data.aws_subnet_ids.private.ids),
    sort(data.aws_subnet_ids.public.ids),
  )
  subnet_ids = setunion(
    data.aws_subnet_ids.private.ids,
    data.aws_subnet_ids.public.ids,
  )
resource "aws_instance" "per_subnet_example" {
  # resource-level for_each is not implemented at the time of writing,
  # but planned for a future release.
  for_each = setunion(
    data.aws_subnet_ids.private.ids,
    data.aws_subnet_ids.public.ids,
  )

  # ...
}
Related Posts Related Posts :
  • store strings in stable memory in c++
  • Size of picture in background repeat?
  • Angular 8 - How to handle error response?
  • Polymer/Lit-element, child component doesn't re-render when the property is modified by the parent
  • Why is static_cast used in QT's official document
  • How to pass object of unknown type to function
  • How to make a function to use dict keys as variables to a class?
  • Cannot refresh UI if update in ItemView
  • how to convert HAC flexible query to DAO query
  • Using disabledDate in Antd Datepicker in table
  • iterator .end() from std::list returns "0xcdcdcdcdcdcdcdcd" but .begin() as expected
  • Best approach to remove cassandra-topology.properties file in running cluster nodes
  • Is std::sqrt the same as sqrt in C++
  • Convert old SQL Database in compatibility mode
  • Sum same property object by group
  • plsql store procedure loop compare value
  • Replace values in XML file with values of a vector
  • What do you do about the JLabel classes? It says, "JLabel not a statement" for the error
  • Iterate through std::initializer_list
  • How to add a CSS to this JavaScript or HTML on click buttons?
  • Functional Interface call for a new Instance
  • Typescript: type one parameter based on the other
  • Is it OK to inherit an empty Interface?
  • Why does the overidden run method in java.lang.Thread produce a bizarre output?
  • Rename headers - 'list' object is not callable
  • changing background image of div using javascript
  • Microsoft Bot Framework: Smilies in MS Teams
  • How to convert two arrays of strings to the array of objects like key and value with particular keys in javascript?
  • Codeblocks c++ code doesn't run in VS 19 (vector subscript out of range)
  • What is the fastest way to find if a column has at least one NULL value in ORACLE database?
  • If I implement IEquatable<T>, will I lose the option to compare by reference?
  • Passing res.send value from node.js backend to react.js
  • When I tried to add ArrayList into ArrayList second ArrayList is repeating
  • Vim shortcuts to select and copy the current line without the next line
  • Authorize with both ASP.NET core MVC/Razor site AND a WebAPI
  • Is it possible to pass data from an angular7 component or service to index.html file?
  • Dynamically generated href won't show properly
  • Compare two version of zip file and find which file has been modified within that zip
  • Does UIWindow function not work in Xcode11.3?
  • TypeError: __init__() takes 2 positional arguments but 6 were given
  • Converting string (with timezone) to datetime in python
  • Best way to saving completed progress in table?
  • How to keep track of previous value of variable in swift?
  • If Condition Simplification
  • Python list generation from two strings
  • How to overwrite the theme in shopify
  • Get the no of consecutive days a Field value is Stale
  • Can't get result when running the query from Spring Data Jpa
  • How to find distinct records in vespa.ai?
  • Why erase on std::vector promote iterator
  • ASP Net Core Web API: Client side GroupBy is not supported
  • How to use data to set other data in Vue.js
  • How to correct TypeError: Unicode-objects must be encoded before hashing with ReportLab
  • Azure AD does not return groups on claims
  • Can someone explain to me why my factorial recursion code can't be compiled
  • C# I have a DLL file and I need to make a class that inherits from a class that's in the DLL file?
  • How can I print the longest word from a user defined list?
  • How to do pagination using groupby in vespa.ai?
  • Pass a PHP variable to a JS variable
  • how to destroy an object in C++
  • shadow
    Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © voile276.org