Thunder scripts in cloudover-resources

 

Official scripts to manage resources in CoreCluster cloud via Thunder

 

cloudinit-attach
Public
cloudover-resources:cloudinit-attach

Attach to instance previously saved CloutInit

cloudinit-save
Public
cloudover-resources:cloudinit-save

Save CloudInit script generated with BOOTCMD commands

image-create
Public
cloudover-resources:image-create

Create new, empty image

image-delete
Public
cloudover-resources:image-delete

Delete image

image-upload
Public
cloudover-resources:image-upload

Upload contents to existing image. Look for other image-upload-* scripts for various distributions

image-upload-debian
Public
cloudover-resources:image-upload-debian

Upload Debian Cloud image

image-upload-ubuntu
Public
cloudover-resources:image-upload-ubuntu

Upload Ubuntu Cloud image

lease-attach
Public
cloudover-resources:lease-attach

Attach given lease to instance

lease-create
Public
cloudover-resources:lease-create

Create new lease in network (choosen by NETWORK_ID variable).

lease-to-address
Public
cloudover-resources:lease-to-address

Get IP address of lease

network-attach
Public
cloudover-resources:network-attach

Obtain an unused network lease from given network and attach it to VM

network-create-isolated
Public
cloudover-resources:network-create-isolated

Create new isolated network, if not exists

network-create-routed
Public
cloudover-resources:network-create-routed

Create new routed network, if not exists

template-get
Public
cloudover-resources:template-get

Get template object and save its ID

vm-cleanup
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-cleanup

Remove virtual machine and its copy of hard drive image

vm-create
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-create

Create new virtual machine from given image and template

vm-poweroff
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-poweroff

Poweroff virtual machine

vm-resize-image
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-resize-image

Resize base image of virtual machine to given size in bytes

vm-save
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-save

Save base image of virtual machine

vm-shutdown
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-shutdown

Send ACPI shutdown signal to virtual machine

vm-start
Public
cloudover-resources:vm-start

Start virtual machine