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Project Description

Python client for the EIS Virtual Cloud RESTful API

Inspired by dop and dopy

Features

Will support all methods listed in the official API documentation.

Installation

Installing the library is quite simple. Either clone the GitLab repository or download the source code or use pip to do everything for you:

Installation

From source:

git clone git@gitlab.eis.utoronto.ca:vss/py-vss.git
cd py-vss
python setup.py install

From PyPI:

pip install pyvss

macOS

XCode is required

xcode-select --install
curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/ez_setup.py -o - | python
python setup.py install --prefix=/opt/setuptools
sudo easy_install pyvss

Linux

sudo apt-get install libxml2-dev libxslt-dev python-dev
sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev python-pycurl
sudo easy_install pyvss

Windows

Microsoft Visual Studio Exress or Microsoft Visual C++ is required

easy_install.exe pyvss

Upgrade

easy_install -U pyvss

Docker

Docker image based on the official Python image on Alpine Linux and PyVSS in its latest version.

# with access token and python 3.5
docker run -it -v `pwd`:/data -e VSS_API_TOKEN=token_here uofteis/pyvss:py35

# user and pass and python 2.7
docker run -it -v `pwd`:/data -e VSS_API_USER=user_here -e VSS_API_USER_PASS=user_pass_here uofteis/pyvss:py27

# env file containing either VSS_API_USER and VSS_API_USER_PASS or VSS_API_TOKEN
docker run -it -v `pwd`:/data --env-file vss.env uofteis/pyvss

Use

Create an instance of VssManager passing your EIS Virtual Cloud REST API access token and your are all set to start calling any of the self-descriptive methods included:

from pyvss.manager import VssManager
vss = VssManager(tk='api_token')

# list vms
vms = vss.get_vms()

# list folders
folders = vss.get_folders()

# networks
networks = vss.get_networks()

# domains
domains = vss.get_domains()

# power cycle vm
vss.power_cycle_vm(uuid='<uuid>')

# create vm
req = vss.create_vm(os='ubuntu64Guest', built='os_install',
                    description='Testing python wrapper',
                    folder='group-v6736', bill_dept='EIS', disks=[100, 100])
uuid = vss.wait_for_request(req['_links']['request'], 'vm_uuid', 'Processed')

# creating multiple vms
reqs = vss.create_vms(count=3, name='python', os='ubuntu64Guest', bill_dept='EIS',
        description='Testing multiple deployment from python wrapper',
        folder='group-v6736', built='os_install')
uuids = [vss.wait_for_request(r['_links']['request'], 'vm_uuid', 'Processed') for r in reqs]

# power on recently created vms
for uuid in uuids:
   vss.power_on_vm(uuid)

# create snapshot
req = vss.create_vm_snapshot(uuid='5012abcb-a9f3-e112-c1ea-de2fa9dab90a',
                             desc='Snapshot description',
                             date_time='2016-08-04 15:30',
                             valid=1)
snap_id = vss.wait_for_request(req['_links']['request'], 'snap_id', 'Processed')

# revert to snapshot
req = vss.revert_vm_snapshot(uuid, snap_id)

An alternative is to generate a token from within the VssManager class and this can be done by setting the following environment variables

export VSS_API_USER='username'
export VSS_API_USER_PASS='username_password'

Then, from the VssManager call the get_token method as follows:

from pyvss.manager import VssManager
vss = VssManager()
vss.get_token()

It also supports command line execution by setting the VSS_API_TOKEN environment variable with the EIS Virtual Cloud REST API access token

python pyvss/manager.py get_vms 'summary=1&name=pm'
[{u'_links': {u'self': u'https://vss-api.eis.utoronto.ca:8001/v2/vm/<vm_uuid>'},
  u'cpuCount': 2,
  u'folder': {u'_links': {u'self': u'https://vss-api.eis.utoronto.ca:8001/v2/folder/group-v519'},
              u'moref': u'group-v519',
              u'name': u'Public',
              u'parent': u'API'},
  u'guestFullName': u'Ubuntu Linux (64-bit)',
  u'ipAddress': u'<ip_addr>',
  u'memoryMB': 4096,
  u'name': u'1502P-pm',
  u'overallStatus': u'green',
  u'powerState': u'poweredOn',
  u'storageB': 96637166467,
  u'uuid': u'<vm_uuid>'}]

python pyvss/manager.py get_vm_console <vm_uuid>
{u'value': u'https://vctr5-1.dcb.eis.utoronto.ca:7343/console/?vmId=vm-4766
&vmName=1502P-pm&host=vctr5-1.dcb.eis.utoronto.ca:443&sessionTicket=<really-long-string>'}

Tests

Required environment variables:

  • VSS_API_TOKEN: If set, will be used to execute tests.
  • VSS_API_USER: If VSS_API_TOKEN not set, test script will try to use this along with VSS_API_USER_PASS.
  • VSS_API_USER_PASS: API user password. Used only when no VSS_API_TOKEN is set.
  • VSS_API_TEST_FOLDER: Target folder where VMs will be created during tests.
pip install pep8 nose coverage pytz
nosetests -v --with-coverage --cover-package=pyvss \
--cover-branches --cover-erase --cover-html --cover-html-dir=cover

Questions

Create an issue in the official repository here

Release History

Release History

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