» Data Source: aws_elasticache_cluster

Use this data source to get information about an Elasticache Cluster

» Example Usage

data "aws_elasticache_cluster" "my_cluster" {
  cluster_id = "my-cluster-id"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

  • node_type – The cluster node type.
  • num_cache_nodes – The number of cache nodes that the cache cluster has.
  • engine – Name of the cache engine.
  • engine_version – Version number of the cache engine.
  • subnet_group_name – Name of the subnet group associated to the cache cluster.
  • security_group_names – List of security group names associated with this cache cluster.
  • security_group_ids – List VPC security groups associated with the cache cluster.
  • parameter_group_name – Name of the parameter group associated with this cache cluster.
  • replication_group_id - The replication group to which this cache cluster belongs.
  • maintenance_window – Specifies the weekly time range for when maintenance on the cache cluster is performed.
  • snapshot_window - The daily time range (in UTC) during which ElastiCache will begin taking a daily snapshot of the cache cluster.
  • snapshot_retention_limit - The number of days for which ElastiCache will retain automatic cache cluster snapshots before deleting them.
  • availability_zone - The Availability Zone for the cache cluster.
  • notification_topic_arn – An Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an SNS topic that ElastiCache notifications get sent to.
  • port – The port number on which each of the cache nodes will accept connections.
  • configuration_endpoint - (Memcached only) The configuration endpoint to allow host discovery.
  • cluster_address - (Memcached only) The DNS name of the cache cluster without the port appended.
  • cache_nodes - List of node objects including id, address, port and availability_zone. Referenceable e.g. as ${data.aws_elasticache_cluster.bar.cache_nodes.0.address}
  • tags - The tags assigned to the resource