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CLI tool to run shell commands on ec2 instances.

Project description

Supported cloud platforms

Implemented

  • [x] AWS EC2

TODO

  • [ ] Openstack via ec2 API endpoint

Features

Implemented

  • [x] Multiple remote users (if can’t authenticate - will try next username)
  • [x] Filter by tags
  • [x] Parallel execution

TODO

  • [ ] Profiles (group settings and filters in named profile, and specify profile on vpc.sh run)
  • [ ] Filter by launch date (launched-before and launched-after )
  • [ ] Filter by keypair
  • [ ] –dry-run flag

Installation

Install the latest stable version:

pip install vpc.sh

Usage

Get help:

vpc.sh --help
vpc.sh run --help
vpc.sh run-one --help

Create settings file:

mkdir ~.vpc.sh
cat >>~.vpc.sh/settings<<-EOF
[default]
remote_user = ubuntu,centos,root
private_key = /home/ubuntu/.ssh/ec2.pem
aws_access_key_id = access-key
aws_secret_access_key = secret-access-key
aws_region = eu-west-1
EOF

Filter by tag ‘owner=automation’ and run command on resulted instances:

vpc.sh run -f owner=automation 'df -h'

Run script:

vpc.sh run -f owner=automation<<-EOF
echo hello
uname -a
EOF

Run any script or binary (assuming it’s compatible with target hosts):

vpc.sh run -f owner=automation < some_python_script.py
vpc.sh run -f owner=automation < /usr/local/bin/weather

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