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Redfish Utilities

Project description

Redfish Tacklebox

Copyright 2019-2021 DMTF. All rights reserved.

About

Redfish Tacklebox contains a set of Python3 utilities to perform common management operations with a Redfish service. The utilities can be used as part of larger management applications, or be used as standalone command line tools.

Installation

pip install redfish_utilities

Building from Source

python setup.py sdist
pip install dist/redfish_utilities-x.x.x.tar.gz

Requirements

External modules:

You may install the external modules by running:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Utilities

Discover

usage: rf_discover.py [-h]

A tool to discover Redfish services

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Example: rf_discover.py

The tool will perform an SSDP request to find all available Redfish services. Once all the responses are collected, it will print each service with its UUID and service root.

Sensor List

usage: rf_sensor_list.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST

A tool to walk a Redfish service and list sensor info

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Example: rf_sensor_list.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the chassis collection for the service, and reads their respective power and thermal resources. Using the information from those resources, it will build a sensor table and print the information collected.

System Inventory

usage: rf_sys_inventory.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                           [--details] [--noabsent] [--write [WRITE]]

A tool to walk a Redfish service and list component information

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --details, -details   Indicates if the full details of each component should
                        be shown
  --noabsent, -noabsent
                        Indicates if absent devices should be skipped
  --write [WRITE], -w [WRITE]
                        Indicates if the inventory should be written to a
                        spreadsheet and what the file name should be if given
  --workaround, -workaround
                        Indicates if workarounds should be attempted for non-
                        conformant services

Example: rf_sys_inventory.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -details

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the chassis collection for the service, and collects component information for processors, memory, drives, PCIe devices, network adapters, and storage controllers. Using the information collected, it will build an inventory table and print the information.

Logs

usage: rf_logs.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                  [--manager [MANAGER]] [--system [SYSTEM]]
                  [--chassis [CHASSIS]] [--log LOG] [--details] [--clear]

A tool to manage logs on a Redfish service

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --manager [MANAGER], -m [MANAGER]
                        The ID of the manager containing the log service
  --system [SYSTEM], -s [SYSTEM]
                        The ID of the system containing the log service
  --chassis [CHASSIS], -c [CHASSIS]
                        The ID of the chassis containing the log service
  --log LOG, -l LOG     The ID of the resource containing the log service
  --details, -details   Indicates details to be shown for each log entry
  --clear, -clear       Indicates if the log should be cleared

Example: rf_logs.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -m BMC

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then attempt to locate the appropriate log service via the following logic:

  • If the manager argument is provided, it will traverse the manager collection for the matching manager.
  • If the system argument is provided, it will traverse the system collection for the matching system.
  • If the chassis argument is provided, it will traverse the chassis collection for the matching chassis.
  • If any of the above arguments are provided without a specified Id, but the collection contains exactly one member, then that member is used.
  • If none of the above arguments are provided, then the tool will try to use a manager in the manager collection if there is only one member present.
  • Within the member, the tool will find the matching log service based on the log argument.
    • If log is not specified, and there is exactly one log service in the member, then the tool will use that one log service.

Once the desired log service is found, the tool will either perform the ClearLog action if clear is provided, or read and display the log entries.

Power/Reset

usage: rf_power_reset.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                         [--system SYSTEM]
                         [--type {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}]
                         [--info]


A tool to perform a power/reset operation of a system

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --system SYSTEM, -s SYSTEM
                        The ID of the system to reset
  --type {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}, -t {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}
  --info, -info         Indicates if reset information should be reported

Example: rf_power_reset.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -t GracefulRestart

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the system collection for the service to find the matching system specified by the system argument. It will perform the Reset action with the specified reset type from the type argument.

  • If system is not specified, and if the service has exactly one system, it will perform the operation on the one system.
  • If type is not specified, it will attempt a GracefulRestart.

Boot Override

usage: rf_boot_override.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                           [--system SYSTEM] [--target TARGET] [--uefi UEFI]
                           [--reset]

A tool to perform a one time boot override of a system

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --system SYSTEM, -s SYSTEM
                        The ID of the system to set
  --target TARGET, -t TARGET
                        The target boot device; if not provided the tool will
                        display the current boot settings
  --uefi UEFI, -uefi UEFI
                        If target is 'UefiTarget', the UEFI Device Path of the
                        device to boot. If target is 'UefiBootNext', the UEFI
                        Boot Option string of the device to boot.
  --reset, -reset       Signifies that the system is reset after the boot
                        override is set

Example: rf_boot_override.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -t Pxe -reset

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the system collection for the service to find the matching system specified by the system argument.

  • If system is not specified, and if the service has exactly one system, it will perform the operation on the one system.

The tool will then perform an operation on the Boot object within the matching system.

  • If target is specified, it will update the Boot object to set the boot override to be target.
    • If reset is provided, it will reset the system after updating the Boot object.
  • If target is not specified, it will display the current boot override settings for the system.

Manager Configuration

usage: rf_manager_config.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                            [--manager MANAGER]
                            {info,reset,getnet,setnet} ...

A tool to manage managers in a service

positional arguments:
  {info,reset,getnet,setnet}
    info                Displays information about a manager
    reset               Resets a manager
    getnet              Displays information about an Ethernet interface
    setnet              Configures an Ethernet interface

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --manager MANAGER, -m MANAGER
                        The ID of the manager to target

Info

usage: rf_manager_config.py info [-h]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Example: rf_manager_config.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 info

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the manager specified by the manager argument, and displays the manager instance.

  • If manager is not specified, and if the service has exactly one manager, it will perform the operation on the one manager.

Reset

usage: rf_manager_config.py info [-h]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit
rainem1@rainem1-dev:/share/Redfish/Redfish-Tacklebox$ rf_manager_config.py reset -h
usage: rf_manager_config.py reset [-h]
                                  [--type {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}]
                                  [--info]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --type {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}, -t {On,ForceOff,GracefulShutdown,GracefulRestart,ForceRestart,Nmi,ForceOn,PushPowerButton,PowerCycle}
                        The type of power/reset operation to perform
  --info, -info         Indicates if reset information should be reported

Example: rf_manager_config.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 reset -t GracefulRestart

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the manager collection for the service to find the matching system specified by the manager argument. It will perform the Reset action with the specified reset type from the type argument.

  • If manager is not specified, and if the service has exactly one manager, it will perform the operation on the one manager.
  • If type is not specified, it will attempt a GracefulRestart.

Get Network Interface

usage: rf_manager_config.py getnet [-h] [--id ID]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help      show this help message and exit
  --id ID, -i ID  The identifier of the Ethernet interface to display

Example: rf_manager_config.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 getnet -i NIC2

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the manager specified by the manager argument, locate the Ethernet interface specified by the id argument, and displays the interface instance.

  • If manager is not specified, and if the service has exactly one manager, it will perform the operation on the one manager.
  • If id is not specified, and if the manager has exactly one Ethernet interface, it will perform the operation on the one interface.

Set Network Interface

usage: rf_manager_config.py setnet [-h] [--id ID] [--ipv4address IPV4ADDRESS]
                                   [--ipv4netmask IPV4NETMASK]
                                   [--ipv4gateway IPV4GATEWAY]
                                   [--dhcpv4 {On,Off}]
                                   [--ipv6addresses IPV6ADDRESSES [IPV6ADDRESSES ...]]
                                   [--ipv6gateways IPV6GATEWAYS [IPV6GATEWAYS ...]]
                                   [--dhcpv6 {Stateful,Stateless,Disabled}]
                                   [--vlan {On,Off}] [--vlanid VLANID]
                                   [--vlanpriority VLANPRIORITY]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --id ID, -i ID        The identifier of the Ethernet interface to configure
  --ipv4address IPV4ADDRESS, -ipv4address IPV4ADDRESS
                        The static IPv4 address to set
  --ipv4netmask IPV4NETMASK, -ipv4netmask IPV4NETMASK
                        The static IPv4 subnet mask to set
  --ipv4gateway IPV4GATEWAY, -ipv4gateway IPV4GATEWAY
                        The static IPv4 gateway to set
  --dhcpv4 {On,Off}, -dhcpv4 {On,Off}
                        The DHCPv4 configuration to set
  --ipv6addresses IPV6ADDRESSES [IPV6ADDRESSES ...], -ipv6addresses IPV6ADDRESSES [IPV6ADDRESSES ...]
                        The static IPv6 addresses to set with prefix length
  --ipv6gateways IPV6GATEWAYS [IPV6GATEWAYS ...], -ipv6gateways IPV6GATEWAYS [IPV6GATEWAYS ...]
                        The static IPv6 default gateways to set with prefix
                        length
  --dhcpv6 {Stateful,Stateless,Disabled}, -dhcpv6 {Stateful,Stateless,Disabled}
                        The DHCPv6 configuration to set
  --vlan {On,Off}, -vlan {On,Off}
                        The VLAN enabled configuration to set
  --vlanid VLANID, -vlanid VLANID
                        The VLAN ID to set
  --vlanpriority VLANPRIORITY, -vlanpriority VLANPRIORITY
                        The VLAN priority to set

Example: rf_manager_config.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 setnet -i NIC2 -ipv4address 192.168.1.101 -ipv4gateway 192.168.1.1

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the manager specified by the manager argument, locate the Ethernet interface specified by the id argument, and apply the requested settings to the interface.

  • If manager is not specified, and if the service has exactly one manager, it will perform the operation on the one manager.
  • If id is not specified, and if the manager has exactly one Ethernet interface, it will perform the operation on the one interface.

BIOS Settings

usage: rf_bios_settings.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                           [--system SYSTEM] [--attribute name value]

A tool to manager BIOS settings for a system

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --system SYSTEM, -s SYSTEM
                        The ID of the system to manage
  --attribute name value, -a name value
                        Sets a BIOS attribute to a new value; can be supplied
                        multiple times to set multiple attributes
  --workaround, -workaround
                        Indicates if workarounds should be attempted for non-
                        conformant services

Example: rf_bios_settings.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -a BiosMode Legacy

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then traverses the system collection for the service to find the matching system specified by the system argument.

  • If system is not specified, and if the service has exactly one system, it will perform the operation on the one system.

The tool will then get the BIOS resource for the matching system.

  • If attribute is specified, it will update the BIOS resource with the new attribute value.
  • If attribute is not specified, it will display the BIOS settings.

Accounts

usage: rf_accounts.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                      [--add name password role] [--delete DELETE]
                      [--setname old_name new_name]
                      [--setpassword name new_password]
                      [--setrole name new_role] [--enable ENABLE]
                      [--disable DISABLE] [--unlock UNLOCK]

A tool to manage user accounts on a Redfish service

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --add name password role, -add name password role
                        Adds a new user account
  --delete DELETE, -delete DELETE
                        Deletes a user account with the given name
  --setname old_name new_name, -setname old_name new_name
                        Sets a user account to a new name
  --setpassword name new_password, -setpassword name new_password
                        Sets a user account to a new password
  --setrole name new_role, -setrole name new_role
                        Sets a user account to a new role
  --enable ENABLE, -enable ENABLE
                        Enables a user account with the given name
  --disable DISABLE, -disable DISABLE
                        Disabled a user account with the given name
  --unlock UNLOCK, -unlock UNLOCK
                        Unlocks a user account with the given name

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. Based on the parameters, it will display, add, delete, or modify user accounts.

  • The add argument is used to create a new user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -add new_name new_password new_role
  • The delete argument is used to delete a user account based on the given user name
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -delete user_to_delete
  • The setname argument is used to change the name of a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -setname user_to_change new_name
  • The setpassword argument is used to change the password of a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -setpassword user_to_change new_password
  • The setrole argument is used to change the role of a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -setrole user_to_change new_role
  • The enable argument is used to enable a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -enable user_to_change
  • The disable argument is used to disable a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -disable user_to_change
  • The unlock argument is used to unlock a user account
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -unlock user_to_change
  • If none of the above arguments are given, a table of the user accounts is provided
    • Example: rf_accounts.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100

Update

usage: rf_update.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST --image
                    IMAGE [--target TARGET]

A tool to perform an update with a Redfish service

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)
  --image IMAGE, -i IMAGE
                        The URI or filepath of the image

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --target TARGET, -t TARGET
                        The target resource to apply the image

Example: rf_update.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -i image.bin

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It then builds a request payload to perform a SimpleUpdate action against the update service using the image specified by the image argument. The optional target argument is used in the request if attempting to update a particular system, device, manager, or other resource. Once the SimpleUpdate is requested, it monitors the progress of the update, and displays response messages reported by the service about the update once complete.

Event Service

usage: rf_event_service.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                           {subscribe,unsubscribe,info} ...

A tool to manage the event service on a Redfish service

positional arguments:
  {info,subscribe,unsubscribe}
    info                Displays information about the event service and
                        subscriptions
    subscribe           Creates an event subscription to a specified URL
    unsubscribe         Deletes an event subscription

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Info

usage: rf_event_service.py info [-h]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Example: rf_event_service.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 info

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the event service and event subscriptions and display their information.

Subscribe

usage: rf_event_service.py subscribe [-h] --destination DESTINATION
                                     [--context CONTEXT] [--expand]
                                     [--format FORMAT]
                                     [--resourcetypes RESOURCETYPES [RESOURCETYPES ...]]
                                     [--registries REGISTRIES [REGISTRIES ...]]

required arguments:
  --destination DESTINATION, -dest DESTINATION
                        The URL where events are sent for the subscription

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --context CONTEXT, -c CONTEXT
                        The context string for the subscription that is
                        supplied back in the event payload
  --expand, -e          Indicates if the origin of condition in the event is
                        to be expanded
  --format FORMAT, -f FORMAT
                        The format of the event payloads
  --resourcetypes RESOURCETYPES [RESOURCETYPES ...], -rt RESOURCETYPES [RESOURCETYPES ...]
                        A list of resource types for the subscription
  --registries REGISTRIES [REGISTRIES ...], -reg REGISTRIES [REGISTRIES ...]
                        A list of registries for the subscription
  --eventtypes EVENTTYPES [EVENTTYPES ...], -et EVENTTYPES [EVENTTYPES ...]
                        A list of event types for the subscription; this
                        option has been deprecated in favor of other methods
                        such as 'resource types' and 'registries'

Example: rf_event_service.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 subscribe -dest http://someremotelistener/redfish_event_handler

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the event service and perform a POST operation on the event destination collection to create a new subscription. The subscription will specify the destination to be the destination argument, and other optional arguments are provided as additional settings on the subscription.

Unsubscribe

usage: rf_event_service.py unsubscribe [-h] --id ID

required arguments:
  --id ID, -i ID  The identifier of the event subscription to be deleted

optional arguments:
  -h, --help      show this help message and exit

Example: rf_event_service.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 unsubscribe --id 1

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the event service and traverse the members of the event destination collection to find a member with the Id property matching the id argument. If a match is found, it will perform a DELETE on the member.

Virtual Media

usage: rf_virtual_media.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                           [--system SYSTEM]
                           {info,insert,eject} ...

A tool to manage virtual media of a system

positional arguments:
  {info,insert,eject}
    info                Displays information about the virtual media for a
                        system
    insert              Inserts virtual media for a system
    eject               Ejects virtual media from a system

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --system SYSTEM, -s SYSTEM
                        The ID of the system containing the virtual media

Info

usage: rf_virtual_media.py info [-h]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

Example: rf_virtual_media.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 info

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the system specified by the system argument, find its virtual media collection, and display the virtual media instances.

Insert

usage: rf_virtual_media.py insert [-h] --image IMAGE [--id ID] [--notinserted]
                                  [--writable]
                                  [--mediatypes MEDIATYPES [MEDIATYPES ...]]

required arguments:
  --image IMAGE, -image IMAGE
                        The URI of the image to insert

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --id ID, -i ID        The identifier of the virtual media instance to insert
  --notinserted, -notinserted
                        Indicates if the media is to be marked as not inserted
                        for the system
  --writable, -writable
                        Indicates if the media is to be marked as writable for
                        the system
  --mediatypes MEDIATYPES [MEDIATYPES ...], -mt MEDIATYPES [MEDIATYPES ...]
                        A list of acceptable media types for the virtual media

Example: rf_virtual_media.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 insert -image http://somefileserver/my_media.iso

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the system specified by the system argument, find its virtual media collection. It will then iterate through the virtual media collection, and insert the virtual media specified by the image argument in an appropriate slot.

Eject

usage: rf_virtual_media.py eject [-h] --id ID

required arguments:
  --id ID, -i ID  The identifier of the virtual media instance to eject

optional arguments:
  -h, --help      show this help message and exit

Example: rf_virtual_media.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 eject --id 1

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then locate the system specified by the system argument, find its virtual media collection. It will then locate the virtual media instance with matching Id property with the id argument, and then eject the media.

Raw Request

usage: rf_raw_request.py [-h] --user USER --password PASSWORD --rhost RHOST
                         [--method {GET,HEAD,POST,PATCH,PUT,DELETE}] --request
                         REQUEST [--body BODY] [--verbose]

A tool perform a raw request to a Redfish service

required arguments:
  --user USER, -u USER  The user name for authentication
  --password PASSWORD, -p PASSWORD
                        The password for authentication
  --rhost RHOST, -r RHOST
                        The address of the Redfish service (with scheme)
  --request REQUEST, -req REQUEST
                        The URI for the request

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --method {GET,HEAD,POST,PATCH,PUT,DELETE}, -m {GET,HEAD,POST,PATCH,PUT,DELETE}
                        The HTTP method to perform; performs GET if not
                        specified
  --body BODY, -b BODY  The body to provide with the request
  --verbose, -v         Indicates if HTTP response codes and headers are
                        displayed

Example: rf_raw_request.py -u root -p root -r https://192.168.1.100 -req /redfish/v1/Systems/1 -m PATCH -b '{"AssetTag": "New tag"}'

The tool will log into the service specified by the rhost argument using the credentials provided by the user and password arguments. It will then perform the requested method on the specified URI with an optional body, specified by the method, request, and body arguments. It will then display the response of the operation from the service.

Release Process

Run the release.sh script to publish a new version.

sh release.sh <NewVersion>

Enter the release notes when prompted; an empty line signifies no more notes to add.

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