Commit b3b7dfd2 authored by Jakub Klinkovský's avatar Jakub Klinkovský Committed by Sven-Hendrik Haase
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We use terraform in two ways: We use terraform in two ways:
1) To provision a part of the infrastructure on hcloud (and possibly other service providers in the future) 1. To provision a part of the infrastructure on hcloud (and possibly other service providers in the future)
2) To declaratively configure applications 2. To declaratively configure applications
For both of these, we have set up a separate terraform script. The reason for that is that sadly terraform can't have For both of these, we have set up a separate terraform script. The reason for that is that sadly terraform can't have
providers depend on other providers so we can't declaratively state that we want to configure software on a server which providers depend on other providers so we can't declaratively state that we want to configure software on a server which
itself needs to be provisioned first. Therefore, we use a two-stage process. Generally speaking, scenario 1) is configured in itself needs to be provisioned first. Therefore, we use a two-stage process. Generally speaking, scenario 1. is configured in
`tf-stage1` and 2) is in `tf-stage2`. Maybe in the future, we can just have a single terraform script for everything `tf-stage1` and 2. is in `tf-stage2`. Maybe in the future, we can just have a single terraform script for everything
but for the time being, this is what we're stuck with. but for the time being, this is what we're stuck with.
The very first time you run terraform on your system, you'll have to init it: The very first time you run terraform on your system, you'll have to init it:
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