Google Native

v0.26.0 published on Friday, Sep 16, 2022 by Pulumi

RegionInstanceGroupManager

Creates a managed instance group using the information that you specify in the request. After the group is created, instances in the group are created using the specified instance template. This operation is marked as DONE when the group is created even if the instances in the group have not yet been created. You must separately verify the status of the individual instances with the listmanagedinstances method. A regional managed instance group can contain up to 2000 instances.

Create a RegionInstanceGroupManager Resource

new RegionInstanceGroupManager(name: string, args: RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
@overload
def RegionInstanceGroupManager(resource_name: str,
                               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
                               all_instances_config: Optional[InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs] = None,
                               auto_healing_policies: Optional[Sequence[InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs]] = None,
                               base_instance_name: Optional[str] = None,
                               description: Optional[str] = None,
                               distribution_policy: Optional[DistributionPolicyArgs] = None,
                               failover_action: Optional[RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction] = None,
                               instance_lifecycle_policy: Optional[InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs] = None,
                               instance_template: Optional[str] = None,
                               list_managed_instances_results: Optional[RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults] = None,
                               name: Optional[str] = None,
                               named_ports: Optional[Sequence[NamedPortArgs]] = None,
                               project: Optional[str] = None,
                               region: Optional[str] = None,
                               request_id: Optional[str] = None,
                               service_account: Optional[str] = None,
                               standby_policy: Optional[InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs] = None,
                               stateful_policy: Optional[StatefulPolicyArgs] = None,
                               target_pools: Optional[Sequence[str]] = None,
                               target_size: Optional[int] = None,
                               target_stopped_size: Optional[int] = None,
                               target_suspended_size: Optional[int] = None,
                               update_policy: Optional[InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs] = None,
                               versions: Optional[Sequence[InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs]] = None)
@overload
def RegionInstanceGroupManager(resource_name: str,
                               args: RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs,
                               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
func NewRegionInstanceGroupManager(ctx *Context, name string, args RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*RegionInstanceGroupManager, error)
public RegionInstanceGroupManager(string name, RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
public RegionInstanceGroupManager(String name, RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs args)
public RegionInstanceGroupManager(String name, RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
type: google-native:compute/alpha:RegionInstanceGroupManager
properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

name string
The unique name of the resource.
args RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs
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 RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs
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 RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts ResourceOption
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name string
The unique name of the resource.
args RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
opts CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
name String
The unique name of the resource.
args RegionInstanceGroupManagerArgs
The arguments to resource properties.
options CustomResourceOptions
Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

RegionInstanceGroupManager 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 RegionInstanceGroupManager resource accepts the following input properties:

Region string
AllInstancesConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

AutoHealingPolicies List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs>

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

BaseInstanceName string

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

Description string

An optional description of this resource.

DistributionPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.DistributionPolicyArgs

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

FailoverAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

InstanceLifecyclePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

ListManagedInstancesResults Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

Name string

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

NamedPorts List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.NamedPortArgs>

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

Project string
RequestId string

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

ServiceAccount string

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

StandbyPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

StatefulPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.StatefulPolicyArgs

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

TargetPools List<string>

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

TargetSize int

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

TargetStoppedSize int

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

TargetSuspendedSize int

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

UpdatePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs

The update policy for this managed instance group.

Versions List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs>

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

Region string
AllInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

AutoHealingPolicies []InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

BaseInstanceName string

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

Description string

An optional description of this resource.

DistributionPolicy DistributionPolicyArgs

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

FailoverAction RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

InstanceLifecyclePolicy InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

ListManagedInstancesResults RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

Name string

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

NamedPorts []NamedPortArgs

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

Project string
RequestId string

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

ServiceAccount string

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

StandbyPolicy InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

StatefulPolicy StatefulPolicyArgs

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

TargetPools []string

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

TargetSize int

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

TargetStoppedSize int

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

TargetSuspendedSize int

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

UpdatePolicy InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs

The update policy for this managed instance group.

Versions []InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

region String
allInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

autoHealingPolicies List<InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs>

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

baseInstanceName String

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

description String

An optional description of this resource.

distributionPolicy DistributionPolicyArgs

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

failoverAction RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

instanceLifecyclePolicy InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

listManagedInstancesResults RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

name String

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

namedPorts List<NamedPortArgs>

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

project String
requestId String

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

serviceAccount String

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

standbyPolicy InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

statefulPolicy StatefulPolicyArgs

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

targetPools List<String>

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

targetSize Integer

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

targetStoppedSize Integer

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

targetSuspendedSize Integer

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

updatePolicy InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs

The update policy for this managed instance group.

versions List<InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs>

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

region string
allInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

autoHealingPolicies InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs[]

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

baseInstanceName string

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

description string

An optional description of this resource.

distributionPolicy DistributionPolicyArgs

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

failoverAction RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

instanceLifecyclePolicy InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

instanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

listManagedInstancesResults RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

name string

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

namedPorts NamedPortArgs[]

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

project string
requestId string

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

serviceAccount string

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

standbyPolicy InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

statefulPolicy StatefulPolicyArgs

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

targetPools string[]

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

targetSize number

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

targetStoppedSize number

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

targetSuspendedSize number

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

updatePolicy InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs

The update policy for this managed instance group.

versions InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs[]

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

region str
all_instances_config InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigArgs

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

auto_healing_policies Sequence[InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyArgs]

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

base_instance_name str

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

description str

An optional description of this resource.

distribution_policy DistributionPolicyArgs

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

failover_action RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

instance_lifecycle_policy InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyArgs

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

instance_template str

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

list_managed_instances_results RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

name str

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

named_ports Sequence[NamedPortArgs]

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

project str
request_id str

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

service_account str

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

standby_policy InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyArgs

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

stateful_policy StatefulPolicyArgs

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

target_pools Sequence[str]

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

target_size int

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

target_stopped_size int

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

target_suspended_size int

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

update_policy InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyArgs

The update policy for this managed instance group.

versions Sequence[InstanceGroupManagerVersionArgs]

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

region String
allInstancesConfig Property Map

Specifies configuration that overrides the instance template configuration for the group.

autoHealingPolicies List<Property Map>

The autohealing policy for this managed instance group. You can specify only one value.

baseInstanceName String

The base instance name to use for instances in this group. The value must be 1-58 characters long. Instances are named by appending a hyphen and a random four-character string to the base instance name. The base instance name must comply with RFC1035.

description String

An optional description of this resource.

distributionPolicy Property Map

Policy specifying the intended distribution of managed instances across zones in a regional managed instance group.

failoverAction "NO_FAILOVER" | "UNKNOWN"

The action to perform in case of zone failure. Only one value is supported, NO_FAILOVER. The default is NO_FAILOVER.

instanceLifecyclePolicy Property Map

The repair policy for this managed instance group.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create all new instances in the managed instance group. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE.

listManagedInstancesResults "PAGELESS" | "PAGINATED"

Pagination behavior of the listManagedInstances API method for this managed instance group.

name String

The name of the managed instance group. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

namedPorts List<Property Map>

Named ports configured for the Instance Groups complementary to this Instance Group Manager.

project String
requestId String

An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

serviceAccount String

The service account to be used as credentials for all operations performed by the managed instance group on instances. The service accounts needs all permissions required to create and delete instances. By default, the service account {projectNumber}@cloudservices.gserviceaccount.com is used.

standbyPolicy Property Map

Standby policy for stopped and suspended instances.

statefulPolicy Property Map

Stateful configuration for this Instanced Group Manager

targetPools List<String>

The URLs for all TargetPool resources to which instances in the instanceGroup field are added. The target pools automatically apply to all of the instances in the managed instance group.

targetSize Number

The target number of running instances for this managed instance group. You can reduce this number by using the instanceGroupManager deleteInstances or abandonInstances methods. Resizing the group also changes this number.

targetStoppedSize Number

The target number of stopped instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Stop instance using the stopInstances method or start instances using the startInstances method. - Manually change the targetStoppedSize using the update method.

targetSuspendedSize Number

The target number of suspended instances for this managed instance group. This number changes when you: - Suspend instance using the suspendInstances method or resume instances using the resumeInstances method. - Manually change the targetSuspendedSize using the update method.

updatePolicy Property Map

The update policy for this managed instance group.

versions List<Property Map>

Specifies the instance templates used by this managed instance group to create instances. Each version is defined by an instanceTemplate and a name. Every version can appear at most once per instance group. This field overrides the top-level instanceTemplate field. Read more about the relationships between these fields. Exactly one version must leave the targetSize field unset. That version will be applied to all remaining instances. For more information, read about canary updates.

Outputs

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

CreationTimestamp string

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

CurrentActions Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Outputs.InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

Fingerprint string

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

InstanceGroup string

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

Kind string

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

SelfLink string

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

SelfLinkWithId string

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

Status Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Outputs.InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

The status of this managed instance group.

Zone string

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

CreationTimestamp string

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

CurrentActions InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

Fingerprint string

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

Id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

InstanceGroup string

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

Kind string

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

SelfLink string

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

SelfLinkWithId string

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

Status InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

The status of this managed instance group.

Zone string

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

creationTimestamp String

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

currentActions InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

fingerprint String

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

instanceGroup String

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

kind String

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

selfLink String

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

selfLinkWithId String

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

status InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

The status of this managed instance group.

zone String

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

creationTimestamp string

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

currentActions InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

fingerprint string

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

id string

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

instanceGroup string

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

kind string

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

selfLink string

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

selfLinkWithId string

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

status InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

The status of this managed instance group.

zone string

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

creation_timestamp str

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

current_actions InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

fingerprint str

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

id str

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

instance_group str

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

kind str

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

self_link str

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

self_link_with_id str

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

status InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

The status of this managed instance group.

zone str

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

creationTimestamp String

The creation timestamp for this managed instance group in RFC3339 text format.

currentActions Property Map

The list of instance actions and the number of instances in this managed instance group that are scheduled for each of those actions.

fingerprint String

Fingerprint of this resource. This field may be used in optimistic locking. It will be ignored when inserting an InstanceGroupManager. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the InstanceGroupManager, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve an InstanceGroupManager.

id String

The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

instanceGroup String

The URL of the Instance Group resource.

kind String

The resource type, which is always compute#instanceGroupManager for managed instance groups.

selfLink String

The URL for this managed instance group. The server defines this URL.

selfLinkWithId String

Server-defined URL for this resource with the resource id.

status Property Map

The status of this managed instance group.

zone String

The URL of a zone where the managed instance group is located (for zonal resources).

Supporting Types

DistributionPolicy

TargetShape Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.DistributionPolicyTargetShape

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

Zones List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

TargetShape DistributionPolicyTargetShape

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

Zones []DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape DistributionPolicyTargetShape

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones List<DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape DistributionPolicyTargetShape

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration[]

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

target_shape DistributionPolicyTargetShape

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones Sequence[DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration]

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape "ANY" | "ANY_SINGLE_ZONE" | "BALANCED" | "EVEN"

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones List<Property Map>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

DistributionPolicyResponse

TargetShape string

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

Zones List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

TargetShape string

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

Zones []DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape String

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones List<DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape string

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse[]

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

target_shape str

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones Sequence[DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse]

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

targetShape String

The distribution shape to which the group converges either proactively or on resize events (depending on the value set in updatePolicy.instanceRedistributionType).

zones List<Property Map>

Zones where the regional managed instance group will create and manage its instances.

DistributionPolicyTargetShape

Any
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

AnySingleZone
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

Balanced
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

Even
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

DistributionPolicyTargetShapeAny
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

DistributionPolicyTargetShapeAnySingleZone
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

DistributionPolicyTargetShapeBalanced
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

DistributionPolicyTargetShapeEven
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

Any
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

AnySingleZone
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

Balanced
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

Even
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

Any
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

AnySingleZone
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

Balanced
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

Even
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

ANY
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

ANY_SINGLE_ZONE
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

BALANCED
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

EVEN
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

"ANY"
ANY

The group picks zones for creating VM instances to fulfill the requested number of VMs within present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads that do not require high availability.

"ANY_SINGLE_ZONE"
ANY_SINGLE_ZONE

The group creates all VM instances within a single zone. The zone is selected based on the present resource constraints and to maximize utilization of unused zonal reservations. Recommended for batch workloads with heavy interprocess communication.

"BALANCED"
BALANCED

The group prioritizes acquisition of resources, scheduling VMs in zones where resources are available while distributing VMs as evenly as possible across selected zones to minimize the impact of zonal failure. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

"EVEN"
EVEN

The group schedules VM instance creation and deletion to achieve and maintain an even number of managed instances across the selected zones. The distribution is even when the number of managed instances does not differ by more than 1 between any two zones. Recommended for highly available serving workloads.

DistributionPolicyZoneConfiguration

Zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

Zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone String

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone str

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone String

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

DistributionPolicyZoneConfigurationResponse

Zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

Zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone String

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone string

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone str

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

zone String

The URL of the zone. The zone must exist in the region where the managed instance group is located.

FixedOrPercent

Fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

Percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

Fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

Percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

fixed Integer

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent Integer

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

fixed number

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent number

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

fixed Number

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent Number

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

FixedOrPercentResponse

Calculated int

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

Fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

Percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

Calculated int

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

Fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

Percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

calculated Integer

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

fixed Integer

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent Integer

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

calculated number

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

fixed number

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent number

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

calculated int

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

fixed int

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent int

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

calculated Number

Absolute value of VM instances calculated based on the specific mode. - If the value is fixed, then the calculated value is equal to the fixed value. - If the value is a percent, then the calculated value is percent/100 * targetSize. For example, the calculated value of a 80% of a managed instance group with 150 instances would be (80/100 * 150) = 120 VM instances. If there is a remainder, the number is rounded.

fixed Number

Specifies a fixed number of VM instances. This must be a positive integer.

percent Number

Specifies a percentage of instances between 0 to 100%, inclusive. For example, specify 80 for 80%.

InstanceGroupManagerActionsSummaryResponse

Abandoning int

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

Creating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

CreatingAtomically int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

CreatingWithoutRetries int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

Deleting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

None int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

Queuing int

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

Recreating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

Refreshing int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

Restarting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

Resuming int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

Starting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

Stopping int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

Suspending int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

Verifying int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

Abandoning int

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

Creating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

CreatingAtomically int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

CreatingWithoutRetries int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

Deleting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

None int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

Queuing int

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

Recreating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

Refreshing int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

Restarting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

Resuming int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

Starting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

Stopping int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

Suspending int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

Verifying int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

abandoning Integer

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

creating Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

creatingAtomically Integer

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

creatingWithoutRetries Integer

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

deleting Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

none Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

queuing Integer

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

recreating Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

refreshing Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

restarting Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

resuming Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

starting Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

stopping Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

suspending Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

verifying Integer

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

abandoning number

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

creating number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

creatingAtomically number

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

creatingWithoutRetries number

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

deleting number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

none number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

queuing number

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

recreating number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

refreshing number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

restarting number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

resuming number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

starting number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

stopping number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

suspending number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

verifying number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

abandoning int

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

creating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

creating_atomically int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

creating_without_retries int

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

deleting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

none int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

queuing int

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

recreating int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

refreshing int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

restarting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

resuming int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

starting int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

stopping int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

suspending int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

verifying int

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

abandoning Number

The total number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be abandoned. Abandoning an instance removes it from the managed instance group without deleting it.

creating Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be created or are currently being created. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it tries again until it creates the instance successfully. If you have disabled creation retries, this field will not be populated; instead, the creatingWithoutRetries field will be populated.

creatingAtomically Number

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create atomically, in a batch mode. If the desired count of instances can not be created, entire batch will be deleted and the group will decrease its targetSize value accordingly.

creatingWithoutRetries Number

The number of instances that the managed instance group will attempt to create. The group attempts to create each instance only once. If the group fails to create any of these instances, it decreases the group's targetSize value accordingly.

deleting Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be deleted or are currently being deleted.

none Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are running and have no scheduled actions.

queuing Number

The number of instances that the managed instance group is currently queuing.

recreating Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be recreated or are currently being being recreated. Recreating an instance deletes the existing root persistent disk and creates a new disk from the image that is defined in the instance template.

refreshing Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being reconfigured with properties that do not require a restart or a recreate action. For example, setting or removing target pools for the instance.

restarting Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be restarted or are currently being restarted.

resuming Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be resumed or are currently being resumed.

starting Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be started or are currently being started.

stopping Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be stopped or are currently being stopped.

suspending Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are scheduled to be suspended or are currently being suspended.

verifying Number

The number of instances in the managed instance group that are being verified. See the managedInstances[].currentAction property in the listManagedInstances method documentation.

InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfig

Properties Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstancePropertiesPatch

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

Properties InstancePropertiesPatch

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatch

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatch

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatch

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties Property Map

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

InstanceGroupManagerAllInstancesConfigResponse

Properties Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

Properties InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

properties Property Map

Properties to set on all instances in the group. You can add or modify properties using the instanceGroupManagers.patch or regionInstanceGroupManagers.patch. After setting allInstancesConfig on the group, you must update the group's instances to apply the configuration. To apply the configuration, set the group's updatePolicy.type field to use proactive updates or use the applyUpdatesToInstances method.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicy

AutoHealingTriggers Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

HealthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

InitialDelaySec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MaxUnavailable Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercent

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

AutoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

HealthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

InitialDelaySec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MaxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck String

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec Integer

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec number

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

auto_healing_triggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

health_check str

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initial_delay_sec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

max_unavailable FixedOrPercent

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers Property Map

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck String

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec Number

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable Property Map

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggers

OnHealthCheck Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

OnHealthCheck InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

on_health_check InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck "OFF" | "ON"

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheck

Off
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

On
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheckOff
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersOnHealthCheckOn
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

Off
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

On
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

Off
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

On
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

OFF
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

ON
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

"OFF"
OFF

When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

"ON"
ON

(Default) The group recreates running VMs that fail the group's application-based health check.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

OnHealthCheck string

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

OnHealthCheck string

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck String

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck string

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

on_health_check str

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

onHealthCheck String

If you have configured an application-based health check for the group, this field controls whether to trigger VM autohealing based on a failed health check. Valid values are: - ON (default): The group recreates running VMs that fail the application-based health check. - OFF: When set to OFF, you can still observe instance health state, but the group does not recreate VMs that fail the application-based health check. This is useful for troubleshooting and setting up your health check configuration.

InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyResponse

AutoHealingTriggers Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

HealthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

InitialDelaySec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MaxUnavailable Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercentResponse

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

AutoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

HealthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

InitialDelaySec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MaxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck String

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec Integer

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck string

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec number

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

auto_healing_triggers InstanceGroupManagerAutoHealingPolicyAutoHealingTriggersResponse

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

health_check str

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initial_delay_sec int

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

max_unavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

autoHealingTriggers Property Map

Restricts what triggers autohealing.

healthCheck String

The URL for the health check that signals autohealing.

initialDelaySec Number

The number of seconds that the managed instance group waits before it applies autohealing policies to new instances or recently recreated instances. This initial delay allows instances to initialize and run their startup scripts before the instance group determines that they are UNHEALTHY. This prevents the managed instance group from recreating its instances prematurely. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

maxUnavailable Property Map

Maximum number of instances that can be unavailable when autohealing. When 'percent' is used, the value is rounded if necessary. The instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: 1. Instance's status is RUNNING. 2. Instance's currentAction is NONE (in particular its liveness health check result was observed to be HEALTHY at least once as it passed VERIFYING). 3. There is no outgoing action on an instance triggered by IGM. By default, number of concurrently autohealed instances is smaller than the managed instance group target size. However, if a zonal managed instance group has only one instance, or a regional managed instance group has only one instance per zone, autohealing will recreate these instances when they become unhealthy.

InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicy

ForceUpdateOnRepair Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

MetadataBasedReadinessSignal Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

ForceUpdateOnRepair InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

MetadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

force_update_on_repair InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadata_based_readiness_signal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair "NO" | "YES"

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal Property Map

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyForceUpdateOnRepair

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InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignal

TimeoutSec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

TimeoutSec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec Integer

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec number

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeout_sec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec Number

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

TimeoutSec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

TimeoutSec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec Integer

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec number

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeout_sec int

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

timeoutSec Number

The number of seconds to wait for a readiness signal during initialization before timing out.

InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyResponse

ForceUpdateOnRepair string

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

MetadataBasedReadinessSignal Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

ForceUpdateOnRepair string

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

MetadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair String

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair string

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

force_update_on_repair str

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadata_based_readiness_signal InstanceGroupManagerInstanceLifecyclePolicyMetadataBasedReadinessSignalResponse

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

forceUpdateOnRepair String

A bit indicating whether to forcefully apply the group's latest configuration when repairing a VM. Valid options are: - NO (default): If configuration updates are available, they are not forcefully applied during repair. Instead, configuration updates are applied according to the group's update policy. - YES: If configuration updates are available, they are applied during repair.

metadataBasedReadinessSignal Property Map

The configuration for metadata based readiness signal sent by the instance during initialization when stopping / suspending an instance. The Instance Group Manager will wait for a signal that indicates successful initialization before stopping / suspending an instance. If a successful readiness signal is not sent before timeout, the corresponding instance will not be stopped / suspended. Instead, an error will be visible in the lastAttempt.errors field of the managed instance in the listmanagedinstances method. If metadataBasedReadinessSignal.timeoutSec is unset, the Instance Group Manager will directly proceed to suspend / stop instances, skipping initialization on them.

InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicy

InstanceGroupManagerStandbyPolicyResponse

InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

CurrentRevision string

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

Effective bool

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

CurrentRevision string

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

Effective bool

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

currentRevision String

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

effective Boolean

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

currentRevision string

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

effective boolean

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

current_revision str

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

effective bool

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

currentRevision String

Current all-instances configuration revision. This value is in RFC3339 text format.

effective Boolean

A bit indicating whether this configuration has been applied to all managed instances in the group.

InstanceGroupManagerStatusResponse

AllInstancesConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

Autoscaler string

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

IsStable bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

Stateful Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

VersionTarget Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

AllInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

Autoscaler string

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

IsStable bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

Stateful InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

VersionTarget InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

allInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

autoscaler String

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

isStable Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

stateful InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

versionTarget InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

allInstancesConfig InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

autoscaler string

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

isStable boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

stateful InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

versionTarget InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

all_instances_config InstanceGroupManagerStatusAllInstancesConfigResponse

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

autoscaler str

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

is_stable bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

stateful InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

version_target InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

allInstancesConfig Property Map

[Output only] Status of all-instances configuration on the group.

autoscaler String

The URL of the Autoscaler that targets this instance group manager.

isStable Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group is in a stable state. A stable state means that: none of the instances in the managed instance group is currently undergoing any type of change (for example, creation, restart, or deletion); no future changes are scheduled for instances in the managed instance group; and the managed instance group itself is not being modified.

stateful Property Map

Stateful status of the given Instance Group Manager.

versionTarget Property Map

A status of consistency of Instances' versions with their target version specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

AllEffective bool

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

AllEffective bool

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

allEffective Boolean

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

allEffective boolean

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

all_effective bool

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

allEffective Boolean

A bit indicating if all of the group's per-instance configurations (listed in the output of a listPerInstanceConfigs API call) have status EFFECTIVE or there are no per-instance-configs.

InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulResponse

HasStatefulConfig bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

IsStateful bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

PerInstanceConfigs Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

HasStatefulConfig bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

IsStateful bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

PerInstanceConfigs InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

hasStatefulConfig Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

isStateful Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

perInstanceConfigs InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

hasStatefulConfig boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

isStateful boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

perInstanceConfigs InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

has_stateful_config bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

is_stateful bool

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

per_instance_configs InstanceGroupManagerStatusStatefulPerInstanceConfigsResponse

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

hasStatefulConfig Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions.

isStateful Boolean

A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

Deprecated:

[Output Only] A bit indicating whether the managed instance group has stateful configuration, that is, if you have configured any items in a stateful policy or in per-instance configs. The group might report that it has no stateful configuration even when there is still some preserved state on a managed instance, for example, if you have deleted all PICs but not yet applied those deletions. This field is deprecated in favor of has_stateful_config.

perInstanceConfigs Property Map

Status of per-instance configurations on the instance.

InstanceGroupManagerStatusVersionTargetResponse

IsReached bool

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

IsReached bool

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

isReached Boolean

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

isReached boolean

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

is_reached bool

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

isReached Boolean

A bit indicating whether version target has been reached in this managed instance group, i.e. all instances are in their target version. Instances' target version are specified by version field on Instance Group Manager.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicy

InstanceRedistributionType Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

MaxSurge Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

MaxUnavailable Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

MinReadySec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MinimalAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

MostDisruptiveAllowedAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

ReplacementMethod Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

Type Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

InstanceRedistributionType InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

MaxSurge FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

MaxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

MinReadySec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MinimalAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

MostDisruptiveAllowedAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

ReplacementMethod InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

Type InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec Integer

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec number

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instance_redistribution_type InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

max_surge FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

max_unavailable FixedOrPercent

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

min_ready_sec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimal_action InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

most_disruptive_allowed_action InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacement_method InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType "NONE" | "PROACTIVE"

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge Property Map

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable Property Map

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec Number

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction "NONE" | "REFRESH" | "REPLACE" | "RESTART"

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction "NONE" | "REFRESH" | "REPLACE" | "RESTART"

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod "RECREATE" | "SUBSTITUTE"

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type "OPPORTUNISTIC" | "PROACTIVE"

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionType

None
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionTypeNone
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyInstanceRedistributionTypeProactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

None
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

None
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

NONE
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

PROACTIVE
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

"NONE"
NONE

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target instance distribution.

"PROACTIVE"
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target instance distribution.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalAction

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalActionNone
NONE

Do not perform any action.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalActionRefresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalActionReplace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMinimalActionRestart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

NONE
NONE

Do not perform any action.

REFRESH
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

REPLACE
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

RESTART
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

"NONE"
NONE

Do not perform any action.

"REFRESH"
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

"REPLACE"
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

"RESTART"
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedAction

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedActionNone
NONE

Do not perform any action.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedActionRefresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedActionReplace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyMostDisruptiveAllowedActionRestart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

None
NONE

Do not perform any action.

Refresh
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

Replace
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

Restart
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

NONE
NONE

Do not perform any action.

REFRESH
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

REPLACE
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

RESTART
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

"NONE"
NONE

Do not perform any action.

"REFRESH"
REFRESH

Updates applied in runtime, instances will not be disrupted.

"REPLACE"
REPLACE

Old instances will be deleted. New instances will be created from the target template.

"RESTART"
RESTART

Every instance will be restarted.

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethod

Recreate
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

Substitute
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethodRecreate
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyReplacementMethodSubstitute
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

Recreate
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

Substitute
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

Recreate
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

Substitute
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

RECREATE
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

SUBSTITUTE
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

"RECREATE"
RECREATE

Instances will be recreated (with the same name)

"SUBSTITUTE"
SUBSTITUTE

Default option: instances will be deleted and created (with a new name)

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyResponse

InstanceRedistributionType string

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

MaxSurge Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

MaxUnavailable Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

MinReadySec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MinimalAction string

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

MostDisruptiveAllowedAction string

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

ReplacementMethod string

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

Type string

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

InstanceRedistributionType string

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

MaxSurge FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

MaxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

MinReadySec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

MinimalAction string

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

MostDisruptiveAllowedAction string

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

ReplacementMethod string

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

Type string

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType String

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec Integer

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction String

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction String

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod String

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type String

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType string

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec number

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction string

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction string

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod string

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type string

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instance_redistribution_type str

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

max_surge FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

max_unavailable FixedOrPercentResponse

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

min_ready_sec int

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimal_action str

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

most_disruptive_allowed_action str

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacement_method str

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type str

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

instanceRedistributionType String

The instance redistribution policy for regional managed instance groups. Valid values are: - PROACTIVE (default): The group attempts to maintain an even distribution of VM instances across zones in the region. - NONE: For non-autoscaled groups, proactive redistribution is disabled.

maxSurge Property Map

The maximum number of instances that can be created above the specified targetSize during the update process. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxSurge is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxSurge.

maxUnavailable Property Map

The maximum number of instances that can be unavailable during the update process. An instance is considered available if all of the following conditions are satisfied: - The instance's status is RUNNING. - If there is a health check on the instance group, the instance's health check status must be HEALTHY at least once. If there is no health check on the group, then the instance only needs to have a status of RUNNING to be considered available. This value can be either a fixed number or, if the group has 10 or more instances, a percentage. If you set a percentage, the number of instances is rounded if necessary. The default value for maxUnavailable is a fixed value equal to the number of zones in which the managed instance group operates. At least one of either maxSurge or maxUnavailable must be greater than 0. Learn more about maxUnavailable.

minReadySec Number

Minimum number of seconds to wait for after a newly created instance becomes available. This value must be from range [0, 3600].

minimalAction String

Minimal action to be taken on an instance. Use this option to minimize disruption as much as possible or to apply a more disruptive action than is necessary. - To limit disruption as much as possible, set the minimal action to REFRESH. If your update requires a more disruptive action, Compute Engine performs the necessary action to execute the update. - To apply a more disruptive action than is strictly necessary, set the minimal action to RESTART or REPLACE. For example, Compute Engine does not need to restart a VM to change its metadata. But if your application reads instance metadata only when a VM is restarted, you can set the minimal action to RESTART in order to pick up metadata changes.

mostDisruptiveAllowedAction String

Most disruptive action that is allowed to be taken on an instance. You can specify either NONE to forbid any actions, REFRESH to allow actions that do not need instance restart, RESTART to allow actions that can be applied without instance replacing or REPLACE to allow all possible actions. If the Updater determines that the minimal update action needed is more disruptive than most disruptive allowed action you specify it will not perform the update at all.

replacementMethod String

What action should be used to replace instances. See minimal_action.REPLACE

type String

The type of update process. You can specify either PROACTIVE so that the instance group manager proactively executes actions in order to bring instances to their target versions or OPPORTUNISTIC so that no action is proactively executed but the update will be performed as part of other actions (for example, resizes or recreateInstances calls).

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyType

Opportunistic
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyTypeOpportunistic
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

InstanceGroupManagerUpdatePolicyTypeProactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

Opportunistic
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

Opportunistic
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

Proactive
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

OPPORTUNISTIC
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

PROACTIVE
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

"OPPORTUNISTIC"
OPPORTUNISTIC

No action is being proactively performed in order to bring this IGM to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

"PROACTIVE"
PROACTIVE

This IGM will actively converge to its target version distribution (regardless of whether this distribution is expressed using instanceTemplate or versions field).

InstanceGroupManagerVersion

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

Name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

Tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

TargetSize Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercent

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

Name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

Tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

TargetSize FixedOrPercent

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name String

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag String

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize FixedOrPercent

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize FixedOrPercent

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instance_template str

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name str

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag str

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

target_size FixedOrPercent

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name String

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag String

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize Property Map

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

InstanceGroupManagerVersionResponse

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

Name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

Tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

TargetSize Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Alpha.Inputs.FixedOrPercentResponse

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

InstanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

Name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

Tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

TargetSize FixedOrPercentResponse

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name String

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag String

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize FixedOrPercentResponse

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate string

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name string

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag string

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize FixedOrPercentResponse

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instance_template str

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name str

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag str

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

target_size FixedOrPercentResponse

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

instanceTemplate String

The URL of the instance template that is specified for this managed instance group. The group uses this template to create new instances in the managed instance group until the targetSize for this version is reached. The templates for existing instances in the group do not change unless you run recreateInstances, run applyUpdatesToInstances, or set the group's updatePolicy.type to PROACTIVE; in those cases, existing instances are updated until the targetSize for this version is reached.

name String

Name of the version. Unique among all versions in the scope of this managed instance group.

tag String

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

Deprecated:

Tag describing the version. Used to trigger rollout of a target version even if instance_template remains unchanged. Deprecated in favor of 'name'.

targetSize Property Map

Specifies the intended number of instances to be created from the instanceTemplate. The final number of instances created from the template will be equal to: - If expressed as a fixed number, the minimum of either targetSize.fixed or instanceGroupManager.targetSize is used. - if expressed as a percent, the targetSize would be (targetSize.percent/100 * InstanceGroupManager.targetSize) If there is a remainder, the number is rounded. If unset, this version will update any remaining instances not updated by another version. Read Starting a canary update for more information.

InstancePropertiesPatch

Labels Dictionary<string, string>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

Metadata Dictionary<string, string>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

Labels map[string]string

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

Metadata map[string]string

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Map<String,String>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Map<String,String>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels {[key: string]: string}

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata {[key: string]: string}

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Mapping[str, str]

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Mapping[str, str]

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Map<String>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Map<String>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

InstancePropertiesPatchResponse

Labels Dictionary<string, string>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

Metadata Dictionary<string, string>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

Labels map[string]string

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

Metadata map[string]string

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Map<String,String>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Map<String,String>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels {[key: string]: string}

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata {[key: string]: string}

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Mapping[str, str]

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Mapping[str, str]

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

labels Map<String>

The label key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance.

metadata Map<String>

The metadata key-value pairs that you want to patch onto the instance. For more information, see Project and instance metadata.

NamedPort

Name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

Port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

Name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

Port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name String

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port Integer

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port number

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name str

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name String

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port Number

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

NamedPortResponse

Name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

Port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

Name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

Port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name String

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port Integer

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name string

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port number

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name str

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port int

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

name String

The name for this named port. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035.

port Number

The port number, which can be a value between 1 and 65535.

RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverAction

NoFailover
NO_FAILOVER
Unknown
UNKNOWN
RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverActionNoFailover
NO_FAILOVER
RegionInstanceGroupManagerFailoverActionUnknown
UNKNOWN
NoFailover
NO_FAILOVER
Unknown
UNKNOWN
NoFailover
NO_FAILOVER
Unknown
UNKNOWN
NO_FAILOVER
NO_FAILOVER
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
"NO_FAILOVER"
NO_FAILOVER
"UNKNOWN"
UNKNOWN

RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResults

Pageless
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

Paginated
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResultsPageless
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

RegionInstanceGroupManagerListManagedInstancesResultsPaginated
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

Pageless
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

Paginated
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

Pageless
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

Paginated
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

PAGELESS
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

PAGINATED
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

"PAGELESS"
PAGELESS

(Default) Pagination is disabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are ignored and all instances are returned in a single response.

"PAGINATED"
PAGINATED

Pagination is enabled for the group's listManagedInstances API method. maxResults and pageToken query parameters are respected.

StatefulPolicy

StatefulPolicyPreservedState

Disks Dictionary<string, string>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

ExternalIPs Dictionary<string, string>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

InternalIPs Dictionary<string, string>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

Disks map[string]string

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

ExternalIPs map[string]string

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

InternalIPs map[string]string

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Map<String,String>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs Map<String,String>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs Map<String,String>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks {[key: string]: string}

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs {[key: string]: string}

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs {[key: string]: string}

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Mapping[str, str]

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

external_ips Mapping[str, str]

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internal_ips Mapping[str, str]

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Map<String>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs Map<String>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs Map<String>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

StatefulPolicyPreservedStateResponse

Disks Dictionary<string, string>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

ExternalIPs Dictionary<string, string>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

InternalIPs Dictionary<string, string>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

Disks map[string]string

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

ExternalIPs map[string]string

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

InternalIPs map[string]string

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Map<String,String>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs Map<String,String>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs Map<String,String>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks {[key: string]: string}

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs {[key: string]: string}

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs {[key: string]: string}

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Mapping[str, str]

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

external_ips Mapping[str, str]

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internal_ips Mapping[str, str]

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

disks Map<String>

Disks created on the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the device names of the disks.

externalIPs Map<String>

External network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

internalIPs Map<String>

Internal network IPs assigned to the instances that will be preserved on instance delete, update, etc. This map is keyed with the network interface name.

StatefulPolicyResponse

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-google-native
License
Apache-2.0