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rabbitmq_queue

The rabbitmq_queue resource creates and manages a queue.

Example Usage

Basic Example

resource "rabbitmq_vhost" "test" {
  name = "test"
}

resource "rabbitmq_permissions" "guest" {
  user  = "guest"
  vhost = "${rabbitmq_vhost.test.name}"

  permissions {
    configure = ".*"
    write     = ".*"
    read      = ".*"
  }
}

resource "rabbitmq_queue" "test" {
  name  = "test"
  vhost = "${rabbitmq_permissions.guest.vhost}"

  settings {
    durable     = false
    auto_delete = true
  }
}

Example With JSON Arguments

variable "arguments" {
  default = <<EOF
{
  "x-message-ttl": 5000
}
EOF
}

resource "rabbitmq_vhost" "test" {
  name = "test"
}

resource "rabbitmq_permissions" "guest" {
  user  = "guest"
  vhost = "${rabbitmq_vhost.test.name}"

  permissions {
    configure = ".*"
    write     = ".*"
    read      = ".*"
  }
}

resource "rabbitmq_queue" "test" {
  name  = "test"
  vhost = "${rabbitmq_permissions.guest.vhost}"

  settings {
    durable     = false
    auto_delete = true
    arguments_json = "${var.arguments}"
  }
}

Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the queue.

  • vhost - (Required) The vhost to create the resource in.

  • settings - (Required) The settings of the queue. The structure is described below.

The settings block supports:

  • durable - (Optional) Whether the queue survives server restarts. Defaults to false.

  • auto_delete - (Optional) Whether the queue will self-delete when all consumers have unsubscribed.

  • arguments - (Optional) Additional key/value settings for the queue. All values will be sent to RabbitMQ as a string. If you require non-string values, use arguments_json.

  • arguments_json - (Optional) A nested JSON string which contains additional settings for the queue. This is useful for when the arguments contain non-string values.

Attributes Reference

No further attributes are exported.

Import

Queues can be imported using the id which is composed of [email protected]. E.g.

terraform import rabbitmq_queue.test [email protected]

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https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/rabbitmq/r/queue.html