Knife CloudStack

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  • All looks good.
  • All looks good, but seems that the column width are all the same.
  • Little bug in displaying templates.
  • Why ask for ssh user and password or id file while the option –no-bootstrap is given?
  • All the commands that are available within version 0.0.13
  • All the commands that are available within version 0.0.14 (so we have added some, mostly list accounts)
  • Running commands as user can give an different result as running the command as admin
  • While showing the name, id, level and path for the domain, you can see that the API returns more information. This info can be used for filters and fields
  • You can customize the output by specifying the fields that you want to see.
  • You can customize the output by specifying a filter or combine more filters and separate them by comma. Regex filter are supported and within forward slashes.
  • You can customize the output by specifying a filter and the fields, this way you are really flexible.
  • This option will remove the header from the result to make scripting more easy.
  • On the server list output you can also perform actions like start, stop or destroy and you can suppress the questions with adding --yes
  • While being admin, you still don’t see all the projects but only your own (if you have some). Therefore you can use the --listall option and you can combine this with the filter option.
  • Now combine all the options together and you can create any type of output that you want. Example listing all chef servers and the account, instance names…
  • Creating a instance with the –cloudstack-password option will return the password created by cloudstack. This only works if your template is also password enabled within cloudstack
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