Google Dataproc metastore Service
This page shows how to write Terraform for Dataproc metastore Service and write them securely.
Terraform Example (google_dataproc_metastore_service)
A managed metastore service that serves metadata queries.
Warning: This resource is in beta, and should be used with the terraform-provider-google-beta provider. See Provider Versions for more details on beta resources.
The following arguments are supported:
service_id- (Required) The ID of the metastore service. The id must contain only letters (a-z, A-Z), numbers (0-9), underscores (_), and hyphens (-). Cannot begin or end with underscore or hyphen. Must consist of between 3 and 63 characters.
labels- (Optional) User-defined labels for the metastore service.
network- (Optional) The relative resource name of the VPC network on which the instance can be accessed. It is specified in the following form: "projects/[projectNumber]/global/networks/[network_id]".
port- (Optional) The TCP port at which the metastore service is reached. Default: 9083.
tier- (Optional) The tier of the service. Possible values are
maintenance_window- (Optional) The one hour maintenance window of the metastore service. This specifies when the service can be restarted for maintenance purposes in UTC time. Structure is documented below.
hive_metastore_config- (Optional) Configuration information specific to running Hive metastore software as the metastore service. Structure is documented below.
location- (Optional) The location where the autoscaling policy should reside. The default value is
project- (Optional) The ID of the project in which the resource belongs. If it is not provided, the provider project is used.
maintenance_window block supports:
hour_of_day- (Required) The hour of day (0-23) when the window starts.
day_of_week- (Required) The day of week, when the window starts. Possible values are
hive_metastore_config block supports:
version- (Required) The Hive metastore schema version.
config_overrides- (Optional) A mapping of Hive metastore configuration key-value pairs to apply to the Hive metastore (configured in hive-site.xml). The mappings override system defaults (some keys cannot be overridden)
kerberos_config- (Optional) Information used to configure the Hive metastore service as a service principal in a Kerberos realm. Structure is documented below.
kerberos_config block supports:
keytab- (Required) A Kerberos keytab file that can be used to authenticate a service principal with a Kerberos Key Distribution Center (KDC). Structure is documented below.
principal- (Required) A Kerberos principal that exists in the both the keytab the KDC to authenticate as. A typical principal is of the form "primary/instance@REALM", but there is no exact format.
krb5_config_gcs_uri- (Required) A Cloud Storage URI that specifies the path to a krb5.conf file. It is of the form gs://[bucket_name]/path/to/krb5.conf, although the file does not need to be named krb5.conf explicitly.
keytab block supports:
cloud_secret- (Required) The relative resource name of a Secret Manager secret version, in the following form: "projects/[projectNumber]/secrets/[secret_id]/versions/[version_id]".
In addition to the arguments listed above, the following computed attributes are exported:
id- an identifier for the resource with format
name- The relative resource name of the metastore service.
endpoint_uri- The URI of the endpoint used to access the metastore service.
state- The current state of the metastore service.
state_message- Additional information about the current state of the metastore service, if available.
artifact_gcs_uri- A Cloud Storage URI (starting with gs://) that specifies where artifacts related to the metastore service are stored.
Example Usage (from GitHub)
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Frequently asked questions
What is Google Dataproc metastore Service?
Google Dataproc metastore Service is a resource for Dataproc metastore of Google Cloud Platform. Settings can be wrote in Terraform.