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A CLI Tool to manage Digital Ocean Droplets.

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To install simply

$ pip install dropman


DropMan will read the configuration file by default from your home directory ~/.dropman but you can also create the configuration file wherever you want and specify as an option $ dropman my_command --config-path=path/to/my/ .dropman

Create the .dropman configuration file in your home directory or in any .

$ touch ~/.dropman

Add the Digital Ocean API token to the configuration file:



To list the options available:

$ dropman --help

List all droplets:

$ dropman list

Reboot a droplet:

$ dropman reboot <id>

Shutdown a droplet:

$ dropman shutdown <id>

Power On a droplet:

$ dropman poweron <id>

Power Off (hard shutdown) a droplet:

$ dropman poweroff <id>

Power Cycle (hard reboot) a droplet:

$ dropman powercycle <id>

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