Container Registry Token

Creates and manages IonosCloud Container Registry Token.

Manages an Container Registry Token on IonosCloud.

Example Usage

resource "ionoscloud_container_registry" "example" {
  garbage_collection_schedule {
    days             = ["Monday", "Tuesday"]
    time             = "05:19:00+00:00"
  location           = "de/fra"
  name               = "container-registry-example"

resource "ionoscloud_container_registry_token" "example" {
  expiry_date           = "2023-01-13 16:27:42Z"
  name                  = "container-registry-token-example"
  scopes  {
    actions             = ["push"]
    name                = "Scope1"
    type                = "repository"
  status                = "enabled"
  registry_id           =
  save_password_to_file = "pass.txt"

Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required)[string] The name of the container registry token. Immutable, update forces re-creation of the resource.

  • expiry-date - (Optional)[string] The value must be supplied as ISO 8601 timestamp

  • scopes - (Optional)[map]

    • actions - (Required)[string] Example: ["pull", "push", "delete"]

    • name - (Required)[string]

    • type - (Required)[string]

  • status - (Optional)[string] Must have on of the values: enabled, disabled

  • save_password_to_file - (Optional)[string] Saves token password to file. Only works on create. Takes as argument a file name, or a file path

⚠ WARNING save_password_to_file must be used with caution. It will save the password(token) returned on create to a file. This is the only way to get the token.


Resource Container Registry Token can be imported using the container registry id and resource id, e.g.

terraform import ionoscloud_container_registry_token.mycrtoken {container_registry uuid}/{container_registry_token uuid}

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