Kubernetes NodePool

Get information on a IonosCloud K8s Node Pool

The k8s Node Pool data source can be used to search for and return existing k8s Node Pools. If a single match is found, it will be returned. If your search results in multiple matches, an error will be returned. When this happens, please refine your search string so that it is specific enough to return only one result.

Example Usage


data "ionoscloud_k8s_node_pool" "example" {
  id                = <k8s_nodepool_id>
  k8s_cluster_id 	= <k8s_cluster_id>

By Name

data "ionoscloud_k8s_node_pool" "example" {
  name              = "k8s NodePool Example"
  k8s_cluster_id 	= <k8s_cluster_id>

Argument Reference

  • k8s_cluster_id (Required) K8s Cluster' UUID

  • name - (Optional) Name of an existing node pool that you want to search for.

  • id - (Optional) ID of the node pool you want to search for.

k8s_cluster_id and either name or id must be provided. If none, or both of name and id are provided, the datasource will return an error.

Attributes Reference

The following attributes are returned by the datasource:

  • id - id of the node pool

  • name - name of the node pool

  • k8s_cluster_id - ID of the cluster this node pool is part of

  • datacenter_id - The UUID of the VDC


  • node_count - The number of nodes in this node pool

  • cpu_family - CPU Family

  • cores_count - CPU cores count

  • ram_size - The amount of RAM in MB

  • availability_zone - The compute availability zone in which the nodes should exist

  • storage_type - HDD or SDD

  • storage_size - The size of the volume in GB. The size should be greater than 10GB.

  • k8s_version - The kubernetes version

  • maintenance_window - A maintenance window comprise of a day of the week and a time for maintenance to be allowed

    • time - A clock time in the day when maintenance is allowed

    • day_of_the_week - Day of the week when maintenance is allowed

  • auto_scaling - The range defining the minimum and maximum number of worker nodes that the managed node group can scale in

    • min_node_count - The minimum number of worker nodes the node pool can scale down to

    • max_node_count - The maximum number of worker nodes that the node pool can scale to

  • lans - A list of Local Area Networks the node pool is a part of

    • id - The LAN ID of an existing LAN at the related datacenter

    • dhcp - Indicates if the Kubernetes Node Pool LAN will reserve an IP using DHCP

    • routes - An array of additional LANs attached to worker nodes

      • network - IPv4 or IPv6 CIDR to be routed via the interface

      • gateway_ip - IPv4 or IPv6 Gateway IP for the route

  • labels - A map of labels in the form of key -> value

  • annotations - A map of annotations in the form of key -> value

  • available_upgrade_versions - A list of kubernetes versions available for upgrade

  • public_ips - The list of fixed IPs associated with this node pool

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