terraform apply --help
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terraform apply --help Usage: terraform [global options] apply [options] [PLAN] Creates or updates infrastructure according to Terraform configuration files in the current directory. By default, Terraform will generate a new plan and present it for your approval before taking any action. You can optionally provide a plan file created by a previous call to "terraform plan", in which case Terraform will take the actions described in that plan without any confirmation prompt. Options: -auto-approve Skip interactive approval of plan before applying. -backup=path Path to backup the existing state file before modifying. Defaults to the "-state-out" path with ".backup" extension. Set to "-" to disable backup. -compact-warnings If Terraform produces any warnings that are not accompanied by errors, show them in a more compact form that includes only the summary messages.
-lock=false Don't hold a state lock during the operation. This is dangerous if others might concurrently run commands against the same workspace. -lock-timeout=0s Duration to retry a state lock. -input=true Ask for input for variables if not directly set.
-no-color If specified, output won't contain any color. -parallelism=n Limit the number of parallel resource operations. Defaults to 10.
-state=path Path to read and save state (unless state-out is specified). Defaults to "terraform.tfstate". -state-out=path Path to write state to that is different than "-state". This can be used to preserve the old state. If you don't provide a saved plan file then this command will also accept all of the plan-customization options accepted by the terraform plan command. For more information on those options, run: terraform plan -help
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