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HaVmOverride

Create a HaVmOverride Resource

new HaVmOverride(name: string, args: HaVmOverrideArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
def HaVmOverride(resource_name: str, opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None, compute_cluster_id: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_recovery_action: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_response_delay: Optional[int] = None, ha_datastore_pdl_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_host_isolation_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_failure_interval: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_maximum_failure_window: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_maximum_resets: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_minimum_uptime: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_monitoring: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_monitoring_use_cluster_defaults: Optional[bool] = None, ha_vm_restart_priority: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_restart_timeout: Optional[int] = None, virtual_machine_id: Optional[str] = None)
func NewHaVmOverride(ctx *Context, name string, args HaVmOverrideArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*HaVmOverride, error)
public HaVmOverride(string name, HaVmOverrideArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args HaVmOverrideArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
resource_name str
The unique name of the resource.
opts ResourceOptions
A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
ctx Context
Context object for the current deployment.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args HaVmOverrideArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args HaVmOverrideArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

HaVmOverride Resource Properties

To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Programming Model docs.

Inputs

The HaVmOverride resource accepts the following input properties:

ComputeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

VirtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

HaDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponseDelay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

HaDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

HaVmFailureInterval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

HaVmMaximumFailureWindow int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

HaVmMaximumResets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

HaVmMinimumUptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

HaVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

HaVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

HaVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

HaVmRestartTimeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

ComputeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

VirtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

HaDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponseDelay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

HaDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

HaVmFailureInterval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

HaVmMaximumFailureWindow int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

HaVmMaximumResets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

HaVmMinimumUptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

HaVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

HaVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

HaVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

HaVmRestartTimeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

computeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

virtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

haDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

haDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

haDatastoreApdResponseDelay number

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

haDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

haHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

haVmFailureInterval number

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

haVmMaximumFailureWindow number

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

haVmMaximumResets number

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

haVmMinimumUptime number

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

haVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

haVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults boolean

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

haVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

haVmRestartTimeout number

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

compute_cluster_id str

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

virtual_machine_id str

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

ha_datastore_apd_recovery_action str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

ha_datastore_apd_response str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

ha_datastore_apd_response_delay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

ha_datastore_pdl_response str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

ha_host_isolation_response str

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

ha_vm_failure_interval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

ha_vm_maximum_failure_window int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

ha_vm_maximum_resets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

ha_vm_minimum_uptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

ha_vm_monitoring str

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

ha_vm_monitoring_use_cluster_defaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

ha_vm_restart_priority str

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

ha_vm_restart_timeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

Outputs

All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the HaVmOverride resource produces the following output properties:

Id string
The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
Id string
The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
id string
The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
id str
The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Look up an Existing HaVmOverride Resource

Get an existing HaVmOverride resource’s state with the given name, ID, and optional extra properties used to qualify the lookup.

public static get(name: string, id: Input<ID>, state?: HaVmOverrideState, opts?: CustomResourceOptions): HaVmOverride
@staticmethod
def get(resource_name: str, id: str, opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None, compute_cluster_id: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_recovery_action: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_datastore_apd_response_delay: Optional[int] = None, ha_datastore_pdl_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_host_isolation_response: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_failure_interval: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_maximum_failure_window: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_maximum_resets: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_minimum_uptime: Optional[int] = None, ha_vm_monitoring: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_monitoring_use_cluster_defaults: Optional[bool] = None, ha_vm_restart_priority: Optional[str] = None, ha_vm_restart_timeout: Optional[int] = None, virtual_machine_id: Optional[str] = None) -> HaVmOverride
func GetHaVmOverride(ctx *Context, name string, id IDInput, state *HaVmOverrideState, opts ...ResourceOption) (*HaVmOverride, error)
public static HaVmOverride Get(string name, Input<string> id, HaVmOverrideState? state, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
name
The unique name of the resulting resource.
id
The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
state
Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
opts
A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
resource_name
The unique name of the resulting resource.
id
The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
name
The unique name of the resulting resource.
id
The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
state
Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
opts
A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.
name
The unique name of the resulting resource.
id
The unique provider ID of the resource to lookup.
state
Any extra arguments used during the lookup.
opts
A bag of options that control this resource's behavior.

The following state arguments are supported:

ComputeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

HaDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponseDelay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

HaDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

HaVmFailureInterval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

HaVmMaximumFailureWindow int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

HaVmMaximumResets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

HaVmMinimumUptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

HaVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

HaVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

HaVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

HaVmRestartTimeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

VirtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

ComputeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

HaDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaDatastoreApdResponseDelay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

HaDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

HaHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

HaVmFailureInterval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

HaVmMaximumFailureWindow int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

HaVmMaximumResets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

HaVmMinimumUptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

HaVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

HaVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

HaVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

HaVmRestartTimeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

VirtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

computeClusterId string

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

haDatastoreApdRecoveryAction string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

haDatastoreApdResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

haDatastoreApdResponseDelay number

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

haDatastorePdlResponse string

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

haHostIsolationResponse string

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

haVmFailureInterval number

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

haVmMaximumFailureWindow number

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

haVmMaximumResets number

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

haVmMinimumUptime number

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

haVmMonitoring string

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

haVmMonitoringUseClusterDefaults boolean

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

haVmRestartPriority string

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

haVmRestartTimeout number

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

virtualMachineId string

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

compute_cluster_id str

The managed object reference ID of the cluster to put the override in. Forces a new resource if changed.

ha_datastore_apd_recovery_action str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine if an APD status on an affected datastore clears in the middle of an APD event. Can be one of useClusterDefault, none or reset. Default: useClusterDefault.

ha_datastore_apd_response str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected loss to all paths to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, restartConservative, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

ha_datastore_apd_response_delay int

Controls the delay in minutes to wait after an APD timeout event to execute the response action defined in ha_datastore_apd_response. Use -1 to use the cluster default. Default: -1.

ha_datastore_pdl_response str

Controls the action to take on this virtual machine when the cluster has detected a permanent device loss to a relevant datastore. Can be one of clusterDefault, disabled, warning, or restartAggressive. Default: clusterDefault.

ha_host_isolation_response str

The action to take on this virtual machine when a host has detected that it has been isolated from the rest of the cluster. Can be one of clusterIsolationResponse, none, powerOff, or shutdown. Default: clusterIsolationResponse.

ha_vm_failure_interval int

If a heartbeat from this virtual machine is not received within this configured interval, the virtual machine is marked as failed. The value is in seconds. Default: 30.

ha_vm_maximum_failure_window int

The length of the reset window in which ha_vm_maximum_resets can operate. When this window expires, no more resets are attempted regardless of the setting configured in ha_vm_maximum_resets. -1 means no window, meaning an unlimited reset time is allotted. The value is specified in seconds. Default: -1 (no window).

ha_vm_maximum_resets int

The maximum number of resets that HA will perform to this virtual machine when responding to a failure event. Default: 3

ha_vm_minimum_uptime int

The time, in seconds, that HA waits after powering on this virtual machine before monitoring for heartbeats. Default: 120 (2 minutes).

ha_vm_monitoring str

The type of virtual machine monitoring to use when HA is enabled in the cluster. Can be one of vmMonitoringDisabled, vmMonitoringOnly, or vmAndAppMonitoring. Default: vmMonitoringDisabled.

ha_vm_monitoring_use_cluster_defaults bool

Determines whether or not the cluster’s default settings or the VM override settings specified in this resource are used for virtual machine monitoring. The default is true (use cluster defaults) - set to false to have overrides take effect.

ha_vm_restart_priority str

The restart priority for the virtual machine when vSphere detects a host failure. Can be one of clusterRestartPriority, lowest, low, medium, high, or highest. Default: clusterRestartPriority.

ha_vm_restart_timeout int

The maximum time, in seconds, that vSphere HA will wait for this virtual machine to be ready. Use -1 to specify the cluster default. Default: -1.

virtual_machine_id str

The UUID of the virtual machine to create the override for. Forces a new resource if changed.

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-vsphere
License
Apache-2.0
Notes
This Pulumi package is based on the vsphere Terraform Provider.