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v3.22.0 published on Monday, Jun 27, 2022 by Pulumi

EcsInvocation

Provides a ECS Invocation resource.

For information about ECS Invocation and how to use it, see What is Invocation.

NOTE: Available in v1.168.0+.

Example Usage

using Pulumi;
using AliCloud = Pulumi.AliCloud;

class MyStack : Stack
{
    public MyStack()
    {
        var defaultCommand = new AliCloud.Ecs.Command("defaultCommand", new AliCloud.Ecs.CommandArgs
        {
            CommandContent = "bHMK",
            Description = "For Terraform Test",
            Type = "RunShellScript",
            WorkingDir = "/root",
        });
        var defaultInstances = Output.Create(AliCloud.Ecs.GetInstances.InvokeAsync(new AliCloud.Ecs.GetInstancesArgs
        {
            Status = "Running",
        }));
        var defaultEcsInvocation = new AliCloud.Ecs.EcsInvocation("defaultEcsInvocation", new AliCloud.Ecs.EcsInvocationArgs
        {
            CommandId = defaultCommand.Id,
            InstanceIds = 
            {
                defaultInstances.Apply(defaultInstances => defaultInstances.Ids?[0]),
            },
        });
    }

}
package main

import (
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi-alicloud/sdk/v3/go/alicloud/ecs"
	"github.com/pulumi/pulumi/sdk/v3/go/pulumi"
)

func main() {
	pulumi.Run(func(ctx *pulumi.Context) error {
		defaultCommand, err := ecs.NewCommand(ctx, "defaultCommand", &ecs.CommandArgs{
			CommandContent: pulumi.String("bHMK"),
			Description:    pulumi.String("For Terraform Test"),
			Type:           pulumi.String("RunShellScript"),
			WorkingDir:     pulumi.String("/root"),
		})
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		defaultInstances, err := ecs.GetInstances(ctx, &ecs.GetInstancesArgs{
			Status: pulumi.StringRef("Running"),
		}, nil)
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		_, err = ecs.NewEcsInvocation(ctx, "defaultEcsInvocation", &ecs.EcsInvocationArgs{
			CommandId: defaultCommand.ID(),
			InstanceIds: pulumi.StringArray{
				pulumi.String(defaultInstances.Ids[0]),
			},
		})
		if err != nil {
			return err
		}
		return nil
	})
}

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import pulumi
import pulumi_alicloud as alicloud

default_command = alicloud.ecs.Command("defaultCommand",
    command_content="bHMK",
    description="For Terraform Test",
    type="RunShellScript",
    working_dir="/root")
default_instances = alicloud.ecs.get_instances(status="Running")
default_ecs_invocation = alicloud.ecs.EcsInvocation("defaultEcsInvocation",
    command_id=default_command.id,
    instance_ids=[default_instances.ids[0]])
import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi";
import * as alicloud from "@pulumi/alicloud";

const defaultCommand = new alicloud.ecs.Command("defaultCommand", {
    commandContent: "bHMK",
    description: "For Terraform Test",
    type: "RunShellScript",
    workingDir: "/root",
});
const defaultInstances = alicloud.ecs.getInstances({
    status: "Running",
});
const defaultEcsInvocation = new alicloud.ecs.EcsInvocation("defaultEcsInvocation", {
    commandId: defaultCommand.id,
    instanceIds: [defaultInstances.then(defaultInstances => defaultInstances.ids?[0])],
});

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Create a EcsInvocation Resource

new EcsInvocation(name: string, args: EcsInvocationArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
@overload
def EcsInvocation(resource_name: str,
                  opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                  command_id: Optional[str] = None,
                  frequency: Optional[str] = None,
                  instance_ids: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
                  parameters: Optional[Mapping[str, Any]] = None,
                  repeat_mode: Optional[str] = None,
                  timed: Optional[bool] = None,
                  username: Optional[str] = None,
                  windows_password_name: Optional[str] = None)
@overload
def EcsInvocation(resource_name: str,
                  args: EcsInvocationArgs,
                  opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
func NewEcsInvocation(ctx *Context, name string, args EcsInvocationArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*EcsInvocation, error)
public EcsInvocation(string name, EcsInvocationArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public EcsInvocation(String name, EcsInvocationArgs args)
public EcsInvocation(String name, EcsInvocationArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
type: alicloud:ecs:EcsInvocation
properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

name string
The unique name of the resource.
args EcsInvocationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
resource_name str
The unique name of the resource.
args EcsInvocationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
ctx Context
Context object for the current deployment.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args EcsInvocationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args EcsInvocationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name String
The unique name of the resource.
args EcsInvocationArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
options CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

EcsInvocation Resource Properties

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

Inputs

The EcsInvocation resource accepts the following input properties:

CommandId string

The ID of the command.

InstanceIds List<string>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

Frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
Parameters Dictionary<string, object>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

RepeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

Timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

Username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
WindowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

CommandId string

The ID of the command.

InstanceIds []string

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

Frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
Parameters map[string]interface{}

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

RepeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

Timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

Username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
WindowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId String

The ID of the command.

instanceIds List<String>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

frequency String

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
parameters Map<String,Object>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode String

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

timed Boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username String

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName String

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId string

The ID of the command.

instanceIds string[]

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
parameters {[key: string]: any}

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

timed boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

command_id str

The ID of the command.

instance_ids Sequence[str]

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

frequency str

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
parameters Mapping[str, Any]

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeat_mode str

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username str

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windows_password_name str

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId String

The ID of the command.

instanceIds List<String>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

frequency String

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
parameters Map<Any>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode String

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

timed Boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username String

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName String

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

Outputs

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

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Status string

The status of the resource.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

Status string

The status of the resource.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

status String

The status of the resource.

id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

status string

The status of the resource.

id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

status str

The status of the resource.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

status String

The status of the resource.

Look up an Existing EcsInvocation Resource

Get an existing EcsInvocation 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?: EcsInvocationState, opts?: CustomResourceOptions): EcsInvocation
@staticmethod
def get(resource_name: str,
        id: str,
        opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
        command_id: Optional[str] = None,
        frequency: Optional[str] = None,
        instance_ids: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
        parameters: Optional[Mapping[str, Any]] = None,
        repeat_mode: Optional[str] = None,
        status: Optional[str] = None,
        timed: Optional[bool] = None,
        username: Optional[str] = None,
        windows_password_name: Optional[str] = None) -> EcsInvocation
func GetEcsInvocation(ctx *Context, name string, id IDInput, state *EcsInvocationState, opts ...ResourceOption) (*EcsInvocation, error)
public static EcsInvocation Get(string name, Input<string> id, EcsInvocationState? state, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public static EcsInvocation get(String name, Output<String> id, EcsInvocationState state, CustomResourceOptions options)
Resource lookup is not supported in YAML
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.
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:
CommandId string

The ID of the command.

Frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
InstanceIds List<string>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

Parameters Dictionary<string, object>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

RepeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

Status string

The status of the resource.

Timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

Username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
WindowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

CommandId string

The ID of the command.

Frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
InstanceIds []string

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

Parameters map[string]interface{}

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

RepeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

Status string

The status of the resource.

Timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

Username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
WindowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId String

The ID of the command.

frequency String

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
instanceIds List<String>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

parameters Map<String,Object>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode String

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

status String

The status of the resource.

timed Boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username String

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName String

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId string

The ID of the command.

frequency string

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
instanceIds string[]

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

parameters {[key: string]: any}

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode string

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

status string

The status of the resource.

timed boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username string

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName string

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

command_id str

The ID of the command.

frequency str

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
instance_ids Sequence[str]

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

parameters Mapping[str, Any]

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeat_mode str

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

status str

The status of the resource.

timed bool

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username str

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windows_password_name str

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

commandId String

The ID of the command.

frequency String

The schedule on which the recurring execution of the command takes place. Take note of the following items:

  • The interval between two consecutive executions must be 10 seconds or longer. The minimum interval cannot be less than the timeout period of the execution.
  • When you set Timed to true, you must specify Frequency.
  • The value of the Frequency parameter is a cron expression. For more information, see Cron expression.
instanceIds List<String>

The list of instances to execute the command. You can specify up to 50 instance IDs.

parameters Map<Any>

The key-value pairs of custom parameters to be passed in when the custom parameter feature is enabled. Number of custom parameters: 0 to 10.

repeatMode String

Specifies how to run the command. Valid values: Once, Period, NextRebootOnly, EveryReboot. Default value: When timed is set to false and Frequency is not specified, the default value of repeat_mode is Once. When Timed is set to true and Frequency is specified, period is used as the value of RepeatMode regardless of whether repeat_mode is specified.

status String

The status of the resource.

timed Boolean

Specifies whether to periodically run the command. Default value: false.

username String

The username that is used to run the command on the ECS instance.

  • For Linux instances, the root username is used.
  • For Windows instances, the System username is used.
  • You can also specify other usernames that already exist in the ECS instance to run the command. It is more secure to run Cloud Assistant commands as a regular user. For more information, see Configure a regular user to run Cloud Assistant commands.
windowsPasswordName String

The name of the password used to run the command on a Windows instance.

Import

ECS Invocation can be imported using the id, e.g.

 $ pulumi import alicloud:ecs/ecsInvocation:EcsInvocation example <id>

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-alicloud
License
Apache-2.0
Notes

This Pulumi package is based on the alicloud Terraform Provider.