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scaleway_compute – Scaleway compute management module

New in version 2.6.

Synopsis

  • This module manages compute instances on Scaleway.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
api_timeout
integer
Default:
30
HTTP timeout to Scaleway API in seconds.

aliases: timeout
api_token
string
Scaleway OAuth token.

aliases: oauth_token
api_url
string
Default:
"https://api.scaleway.com"
Scaleway API URL.

aliases: base_url
commercial_type
- / required
Commercial name of the compute node
enable_ipv6
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
Enable public IPv6 connectivity on the instance
image
- / required
Image identifier used to start the instance with
name
-
Name of the instance
organization
- / required
Organization identifier
public_ip
-
added in 2.8
Default:
"absent"
Manage public IP on a Scaleway server
Could be Scaleway IP address UUID
dynamic Means that IP is destroyed at the same time the host is destroyed
absent Means no public IP at all
query_parameters
dictionary
Default:
{}
List of parameters passed to the query string.
region
- / required
    Choices:
  • ams1
  • EMEA-NL-EVS
  • par1
  • EMEA-FR-PAR1
Scaleway compute zone
security_group
-
added in 2.8
Security group unique identifier
If no value provided, the default security group or current security group will be used
state
-
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
  • running
  • restarted
  • stopped
Indicate desired state of the instance.
tags
-
Default:
[]
List of tags to apply to the instance (5 max)
validate_certs
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Validate SSL certs of the Scaleway API.
wait
boolean
    Choices:
  • no ←
  • yes
Wait for the instance to reach its desired state before returning.
wait_sleep_time
-
Default:
3
Time to wait before every attempt to check the state of the server
wait_timeout
-
Default:
300
Time to wait for the server to reach the expected state

Notes

Note

  • Also see the API documentation on https://developer.scaleway.com/
  • If api_token is not set within the module, the following environment variables can be used in decreasing order of precedence SCW_TOKEN, SCW_API_KEY, SCW_OAUTH_TOKEN or SCW_API_TOKEN.
  • If one wants to use a different api_url one can also set the SCW_API_URL environment variable.

Examples

- name: Create a server
  scaleway_compute:
    name: foobar
    state: present
    image: 89ee4018-f8c3-4dc4-a6b5-bca14f985ebe
    organization: 951df375-e094-4d26-97c1-ba548eeb9c42
    region: ams1
    commercial_type: VC1S
    tags:
      - test
      - www

- name: Create a server attached to a security group
  scaleway_compute:
    name: foobar
    state: present
    image: 89ee4018-f8c3-4dc4-a6b5-bca14f985ebe
    organization: 951df375-e094-4d26-97c1-ba548eeb9c42
    region: ams1
    commercial_type: VC1S
    security_group: 4a31b633-118e-4900-bd52-facf1085fc8d
    tags:
      - test
      - www

- name: Destroy it right after
  scaleway_compute:
    name: foobar
    state: absent
    image: 89ee4018-f8c3-4dc4-a6b5-bca14f985ebe
    organization: 951df375-e094-4d26-97c1-ba548eeb9c42
    region: ams1
    commercial_type: VC1S

Status

Authors

  • Remy Leone (@sieben)

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