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On newly launched Nebula user instances this program can be in conjection with the system's provisioning system to-
- Notify Nebula when provisioning has completed,
- Change the Name of the instance without granting permission for the machine to edit other AWS Tags,
- Restrict access to the machine to a specific user.
The configuration file will be looked for in these places and in this order, using the first readable file that is found.
- ./.nebulacli (current working directory)
The format of the file is simple-
token_id = d9e5d9ba0735 token = 6566b5d5-90cb-4529-81c5-565a4b10a5cd url = https://nebula.example
This project can be installed using pip on a python3 system.
For Ubuntu16 that means settings up python3 and pip, as the python2 variants will not work-
apt-get install python3-pip
Now you can run the install-
pip3 install nebulacli
Now the program should be available as
nebulacli to the system.
To tell the Nebula that provisioning is finished and the system is ready for use:
nebulacli set_status Live
To tell Nebula the prefered hostname for the system (allowing Nebula to set the
Name tag in AWS):
nebulacli set_name $(cat /etc/hostname)
This project is build using the click library, and if you run it with no options an up to date help menu will appear. From there you can get help on specific commands by using the
--help flag when calling any of them.
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