A useful example might be to create a global terraform.tfvars file. Remember, Terraform automatically loads all files in the directory with the exact name of terraform.tfvars.


account_name = "my account"
region = "us-west-2"


When you run terraspace commands, it will use the files in the config folder and builds them with the deployed module. For example, let’s say you have an app/modules/instance module:

├── app
│   └── modules
│       └── instance
└── config
    └── terraform
        └── terraform.tfvars


terraspace build instance

Builds a .terraspace-cache/dev/modules/instance/terraform.tfvars using the config/terraform/terraform.tfvars. This is useful if you want to have to set the same tfvars in all your modules.

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