getAutoscalingPolicy

Retrieves autoscaling policy.

Using getAutoscalingPolicy

Two invocation forms are available. The direct form accepts plain arguments and either blocks until the result value is available, or returns a Promise-wrapped result. The output form accepts Input-wrapped arguments and returns an Output-wrapped result.

function getAutoscalingPolicy(args: GetAutoscalingPolicyArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Promise<GetAutoscalingPolicyResult>
function getAutoscalingPolicyOutput(args: GetAutoscalingPolicyOutputArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Output<GetAutoscalingPolicyResult>
def get_autoscaling_policy(autoscaling_policy_id: Optional[str] = None,
                           location: Optional[str] = None,
                           project: Optional[str] = None,
                           opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> GetAutoscalingPolicyResult
def get_autoscaling_policy_output(autoscaling_policy_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                           location: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                           project: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                           opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> Output[GetAutoscalingPolicyResult]
func LookupAutoscalingPolicy(ctx *Context, args *LookupAutoscalingPolicyArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) (*LookupAutoscalingPolicyResult, error)
func LookupAutoscalingPolicyOutput(ctx *Context, args *LookupAutoscalingPolicyOutputArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) LookupAutoscalingPolicyResultOutput

> Note: This function is named LookupAutoscalingPolicy in the Go SDK.

public static class GetAutoscalingPolicy 
{
    public static Task<GetAutoscalingPolicyResult> InvokeAsync(GetAutoscalingPolicyArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
    public static Output<GetAutoscalingPolicyResult> Invoke(GetAutoscalingPolicyInvokeArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
}
public static CompletableFuture<GetAutoscalingPolicyResult> getAutoscalingPolicy(GetAutoscalingPolicyArgs args, InvokeOptions options)
// Output-based functions aren't available in Java yet
fn::invoke:
  function: google-native:dataproc/v1:getAutoscalingPolicy
  arguments:
    # arguments dictionary

The following arguments are supported:

getAutoscalingPolicy Result

The following output properties are available:

BasicAlgorithm Pulumi.GoogleNative.Dataproc.V1.Outputs.BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse
Labels Dictionary<string, string>

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

Name string

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

SecondaryWorkerConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Dataproc.V1.Outputs.InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

WorkerConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Dataproc.V1.Outputs.InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

BasicAlgorithm BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse
Labels map[string]string

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

Name string

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

SecondaryWorkerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

WorkerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

basicAlgorithm BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse
labels Map<String,String>

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

name String

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

secondaryWorkerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

workerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

basicAlgorithm BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse
labels {[key: string]: string}

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

name string

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

secondaryWorkerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

workerConfig InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

basic_algorithm BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse
labels Mapping[str, str]

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

name str

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

secondary_worker_config InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

worker_config InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

basicAlgorithm Property Map
labels Map<String>

Optional. The labels to associate with this autoscaling policy. Label keys must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). Label values may be empty, but, if present, must contain 1 to 63 characters, and must conform to RFC 1035 (https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1035.txt). No more than 32 labels can be associated with an autoscaling policy.

name String

The "resource name" of the autoscaling policy, as described in https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names. For projects.regions.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/regions/{region}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id} For projects.locations.autoscalingPolicies, the resource name of the policy has the following format: projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/autoscalingPolicies/{policy_id}

secondaryWorkerConfig Property Map

Optional. Describes how the autoscaler will operate for secondary workers.

workerConfig Property Map

Describes how the autoscaler will operate for primary workers.

Supporting Types

BasicAutoscalingAlgorithmResponse

CooldownPeriod string

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

SparkStandaloneConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Dataproc.V1.Inputs.SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

YarnConfig Pulumi.GoogleNative.Dataproc.V1.Inputs.BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

CooldownPeriod string

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

SparkStandaloneConfig SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

YarnConfig BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

cooldownPeriod String

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

sparkStandaloneConfig SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

yarnConfig BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

cooldownPeriod string

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

sparkStandaloneConfig SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

yarnConfig BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

cooldown_period str

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

spark_standalone_config SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

yarn_config BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

cooldownPeriod String

Optional. Duration between scaling events. A scaling period starts after the update operation from the previous event has completed.Bounds: 2m, 1d. Default: 2m.

sparkStandaloneConfig Property Map

Optional. Spark Standalone autoscaling configuration

yarnConfig Property Map

Optional. YARN autoscaling configuration.

BasicYarnAutoscalingConfigResponse

GracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

ScaleDownFactor double

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleDownMinWorkerFraction double

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

ScaleUpFactor double

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleUpMinWorkerFraction double

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

GracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

ScaleDownFactor float64

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleDownMinWorkerFraction float64

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

ScaleUpFactor float64

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleUpMinWorkerFraction float64

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout String

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor Double

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction Double

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor Double

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction Double

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor number

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction number

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor number

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction number

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

graceful_decommission_timeout str

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scale_down_factor float

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scale_down_min_worker_fraction float

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scale_up_factor float

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scale_up_min_worker_fraction float

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout String

Timeout for YARN graceful decommissioning of Node Managers. Specifies the duration to wait for jobs to complete before forcefully removing workers (and potentially interrupting jobs). Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor Number

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to remove workers. A scale-down factor of 1 will result in scaling down so that there is no available memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor of 0 disables removing workers, which can be beneficial for autoscaling a single job. See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction Number

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor Number

Fraction of average YARN pending memory in the last cooldown period for which to add workers. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there is no pending memory remaining after the update (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling). See How autoscaling works (https://cloud.google.com/dataproc/docs/concepts/configuring-clusters/autoscaling#how_autoscaling_works) for more information.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction Number

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

InstanceGroupAutoscalingPolicyConfigResponse

MaxInstances int

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

MinInstances int

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

Weight int

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

MaxInstances int

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

MinInstances int

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

Weight int

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

maxInstances Integer

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

minInstances Integer

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

weight Integer

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

maxInstances number

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

minInstances number

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

weight number

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

max_instances int

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

min_instances int

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

weight int

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

maxInstances Number

Maximum number of instances for this group. Required for primary workers. Note that by default, clusters will not use secondary workers. Required for secondary workers if the minimum secondary instances is set.Primary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Secondary workers - Bounds: [min_instances, ). Default: 0.

minInstances Number

Optional. Minimum number of instances for this group.Primary workers - Bounds: 2, max_instances. Default: 2. Secondary workers - Bounds: 0, max_instances. Default: 0.

weight Number

Optional. Weight for the instance group, which is used to determine the fraction of total workers in the cluster from this instance group. For example, if primary workers have weight 2, and secondary workers have weight 1, the cluster will have approximately 2 primary workers for each secondary worker.The cluster may not reach the specified balance if constrained by min/max bounds or other autoscaling settings. For example, if max_instances for secondary workers is 0, then only primary workers will be added. The cluster can also be out of balance when created.If weight is not set on any instance group, the cluster will default to equal weight for all groups: the cluster will attempt to maintain an equal number of workers in each group within the configured size bounds for each group. If weight is set for one group only, the cluster will default to zero weight on the unset group. For example if weight is set only on primary workers, the cluster will use primary workers only and no secondary workers.

SparkStandaloneAutoscalingConfigResponse

GracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

ScaleDownFactor double

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleDownMinWorkerFraction double

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

ScaleUpFactor double

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleUpMinWorkerFraction double

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

GracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

ScaleDownFactor float64

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleDownMinWorkerFraction float64

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

ScaleUpFactor float64

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

ScaleUpMinWorkerFraction float64

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout String

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor Double

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction Double

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor Double

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction Double

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout string

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor number

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction number

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor number

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction number

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

graceful_decommission_timeout str

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scale_down_factor float

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scale_down_min_worker_fraction float

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scale_up_factor float

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scale_up_min_worker_fraction float

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

gracefulDecommissionTimeout String

Timeout for Spark graceful decommissioning of spark workers. Specifies the duration to wait for spark worker to complete spark decomissioning tasks before forcefully removing workers. Only applicable to downscaling operations.Bounds: 0s, 1d.

scaleDownFactor Number

Fraction of required executors to remove from Spark Serverless clusters. A scale-down factor of 1.0 will result in scaling down so that there are no more executors for the Spark Job.(more aggressive scaling). A scale-down factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling donw (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleDownMinWorkerFraction Number

Optional. Minimum scale-down threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2 worker scale-down for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale down on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

scaleUpFactor Number

Fraction of required workers to add to Spark Standalone clusters. A scale-up factor of 1.0 will result in scaling up so that there are no more required workers for the Spark Job (more aggressive scaling). A scale-up factor closer to 0 will result in a smaller magnitude of scaling up (less aggressive scaling).Bounds: 0.0, 1.0.

scaleUpMinWorkerFraction Number

Optional. Minimum scale-up threshold as a fraction of total cluster size before scaling occurs. For example, in a 20-worker cluster, a threshold of 0.1 means the autoscaler must recommend at least a 2-worker scale-up for the cluster to scale. A threshold of 0 means the autoscaler will scale up on any recommended change.Bounds: 0.0, 1.0. Default: 0.0.

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-google-native
License
Apache-2.0