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Red Hat OpenStack Platform 17.1

Command-line clients for Red Hat OpenStack Platform

OpenStack Documentation Team

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A reference to the commands available to the unified OpenStack command-line client.

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Chapter 1. The OpenStack Client

The openstack client is a common OpenStack command-line interface (CLI). This chapter documents the main options for openstack version 5.5.2 .

Command-line interface to the OpenStack APIs

Usage:

openstack [--version] [-v | -q] [--log-file LOG_FILE] [-h] [--debug]
                 [--os-cloud <cloud-config-name>]
                 [--os-region-name <auth-region-name>]
                 [--os-cacert <ca-bundle-file>] [--os-cert <certificate-file>]
                 [--os-key <key-file>] [--verify | --insecure]
                 [--os-default-domain <auth-domain>]
                 [--os-interface <interface>]
                 [--os-service-provider <service_provider>]
                 [--os-remote-project-name <remote_project_name> | --os-remote-project-id <remote_project_id>]
                 [--os-remote-project-domain-name <remote_project_domain_name> | --os-remote-project-domain-id <remote_project_domain_id>]
                 [--timing] [--os-beta-command] [--os-profile hmac-key]
                 [--os-compute-api-version <compute-api-version>]
                 [--os-identity-api-version <identity-api-version>]
                 [--os-image-api-version <image-api-version>]
                 [--os-network-api-version <network-api-version>]
                 [--os-object-api-version <object-api-version>]
                 [--os-volume-api-version <volume-api-version>]
                 [--os-alarming-api-version <alarming-api-version>]
                 [--os-metrics-api-version <metrics-api-version>]
                 [--os-key-manager-api-version <key-manager-api-version>]
                 [--os-dns-api-version <dns-api-version>]
                 [--os-orchestration-api-version <orchestration-api-version>]
                 [--inspector-api-version INSPECTOR_API_VERSION]
                 [--inspector-url INSPECTOR_URL]
                 [--os-baremetal-api-version <baremetal-api-version>]
                 [--os-container-infra-api-version <container-infra-api-version>]
                 [--os-share-api-version <shared-file-system-api-version>]
                 [--os-workflow-api-version <workflow-api-version>]
                 [--os-loadbalancer-api-version <loadbalancer-api-version>]
                 [--os-data-processing-api-version <data-processing-api-version>]
                 [--os-data-processing-url OS_DATA_PROCESSING_URL]
                 [--os-tripleoclient-api-version <tripleoclient-api-version>]
                 [--os-database-api-version <database-api-version>]
                 [--os-queues-api-version <queues-api-version>]
                 [--os-auth-type <auth-type>] [--os-auth-url <auth-auth-url>]
                 [--os-system-scope <auth-system-scope>]
                 [--os-domain-id <auth-domain-id>]
                 [--os-domain-name <auth-domain-name>]
                 [--os-project-id <auth-project-id>]
                 [--os-project-name <auth-project-name>]
                 [--os-project-domain-id <auth-project-domain-id>]
                 [--os-project-domain-name <auth-project-domain-name>]
                 [--os-trust-id <auth-trust-id>]
                 [--os-identity-provider <auth-identity-provider>]
                 [--os-protocol <auth-protocol>]
                 [--os-access-token <auth-access-token>]
                 [--os-endpoint <auth-endpoint>] [--os-token <auth-token>]
                 [--os-user-id <auth-user-id>] [--os-roles <auth-roles>]
                 [--os-client-id <auth-client-id>]
                 [--os-client-secret <auth-client-secret>]
                 [--os-openid-scope <auth-openid-scope>]
                 [--os-access-token-endpoint <auth-access-token-endpoint>]
                 [--os-discovery-endpoint <auth-discovery-endpoint>]
                 [--os-access-token-type <auth-access-token-type>]
                 [--os-username <auth-username>]
                 [--os-password <auth-password>] [--os-user <auth-user>]
                 [--os-identity-provider-url <auth-identity-provider-url>]
                 [--os-consumer-key <auth-consumer-key>]
                 [--os-consumer-secret <auth-consumer-secret>]
                 [--os-access-key <auth-access-key>]
                 [--os-access-secret <auth-access-secret>]
                 [--os-user-domain-id <auth-user-domain-id>]
                 [--os-user-domain-name <auth-user-domain-name>]
                 [--os-passcode <auth-passcode>]
                 [--os-service-provider-endpoint <auth-service-provider-endpoint>]
                 [--os-service-provider-entity-id <auth-service-provider-entity-id>]
                 [--os-application-credential-secret <auth-application-credential-secret>]
                 [--os-application-credential-id <auth-application-credential-id>]
                 [--os-application-credential-name <auth-application-credential-name>]
                 [--os-redirect-uri <auth-redirect-uri>]
                 [--os-code <auth-code>]
                 [--os-aodh-endpoint <auth-aodh-endpoint>]
                 [--os-auth-methods <auth-auth-methods>]
                 [--os-default-domain-id <auth-default-domain-id>]
                 [--os-default-domain-name <auth-default-domain-name>]

Table 1.1. Command arguments
ValueSummary

--version

Show program’s version number and exit

-v, --verbose

Increase verbosity of output. can be repeated.

-q, --quiet

Suppress output except warnings and errors.

--log-file LOG_FILE

Specify a file to log output. disabled by default.

-h, --help

Show help message and exit.

--debug

Show tracebacks on errors.

--os-cloud <cloud-config-name>

Cloud name in clouds.yaml (env: os_cloud)

--os-region-name <auth-region-name>

Authentication region name (env: os_region_name)

--os-cacert <ca-bundle-file>

Ca certificate bundle file (env: os_cacert)

--os-cert <certificate-file>

Client certificate bundle file (env: os_cert)

--os-key <key-file>

Client certificate key file (env: os_key)

--verify

Verify server certificate (default)

--insecure

Disable server certificate verification

--os-default-domain <auth-domain>

Default domain id, default=default. (env: OS_DEFAULT_DOMAIN)

--os-interface <interface>

Select an interface type. valid interface types: [admin, public, internal]. default=public, (Env: OS_INTERFACE)

--os-service-provider <service_provider>

Authenticate with and perform the command on a service provider using Keystone-to-keystone federation. Must also specify the remote project option.

--os-remote-project-name <remote_project_name>

Project name when authenticating to a service provider if using Keystone-to-Keystone federation.

--os-remote-project-id <remote_project_id>

Project id when authenticating to a service provider if using Keystone-to-Keystone federation.

--os-remote-project-domain-name <remote_project_domain_name>

Domain name of the project when authenticating to a service provider if using Keystone-to-Keystone federation.

--os-remote-project-domain-id <remote_project_domain_id>

Domain id of the project when authenticating to a service provider if using Keystone-to-Keystone federation.

--timing

Print api call timing info

--os-beta-command

Enable beta commands which are subject to change

--os-profile hmac-key

Hmac key for encrypting profiling context data

--os-compute-api-version <compute-api-version>

Compute api version, default=2.1 (env: OS_COMPUTE_API_VERSION)

--os-identity-api-version <identity-api-version>

Identity api version, default=3 (env: OS_IDENTITY_API_VERSION)

--os-image-api-version <image-api-version>

Image api version, default=2 (env: OS_IMAGE_API_VERSION)

--os-network-api-version <network-api-version>

Network api version, default=2.0 (env: OS_NETWORK_API_VERSION)

--os-object-api-version <object-api-version>

Object api version, default=1 (env: OS_OBJECT_API_VERSION)

--os-volume-api-version <volume-api-version>

Volume api version, default=3 (env: OS_VOLUME_API_VERSION)

--os-alarming-api-version <alarming-api-version>

Queues api version, default=2 (env: OS_ALARMING_API_VERSION)

--os-metrics-api-version <metrics-api-version>

Metrics api version, default=1 (env: OS_METRICS_API_VERSION)

--os-key-manager-api-version <key-manager-api-version>

Barbican api version, default=1 (env: OS_KEY_MANAGER_API_VERSION)

--os-dns-api-version <dns-api-version>

Dns api version, default=2 (env: os_dns_api_version)

--os-orchestration-api-version <orchestration-api-version>

Orchestration api version, default=1 (env: OS_ORCHESTRATION_API_VERSION)

--inspector-api-version INSPECTOR_API_VERSION

Inspector api version, only 1 is supported now (env: INSPECTOR_VERSION).

--inspector-url INSPECTOR_URL

Inspector url, defaults to localhost (env: INSPECTOR_URL).

--os-baremetal-api-version <baremetal-api-version>

Bare metal api version, default="latest" (the maximum version supported by both the client and the server). (Env: OS_BAREMETAL_API_VERSION)

--os-container-infra-api-version <container-infra-api-version>

Container-infra api version, default=1 (env: OS_CONTAINER_INFRA_API_VERSION)

--os-share-api-version <shared-file-system-api-version>

Shared file system api version, default=2.63version supported by both the client and the server). (Env: OS_SHARE_API_VERSION)

--os-workflow-api-version <workflow-api-version>

Workflow api version, default=2 (env: OS_WORKFLOW_API_VERSION)

--os-loadbalancer-api-version <loadbalancer-api-version>

Osc plugin api version, default=2.0 (env: OS_LOADBALANCER_API_VERSION)

--os-data-processing-api-version <data-processing-api-version>

Data processing api version, default=1.1 (env: OS_DATA_PROCESSING_API_VERSION)

--os-data-processing-url OS_DATA_PROCESSING_URL

Data processing api url, (env: OS_DATA_PROCESSING_API_URL)

--os-tripleoclient-api-version <tripleoclient-api-version>

Tripleo client api version, default=2 (env: OS_TRIPLEOCLIENT_API_VERSION)

--os-database-api-version <database-api-version>

Database api version, default=1 (env: OS_DATABASE_API_VERSION)

--os-queues-api-version <queues-api-version>

Queues api version, default=2 (env: OS_QUEUES_API_VERSION)

--os-auth-type <auth-type>

Select an authentication type. available types: v3oidcaccesstoken, admin_token, gnocchi-noauth, noauth, v3oidcpassword, gnocchi-basic, v1password, v3samlpassword, v3oauth1, v3totp, http_basic, v2token, v2password, v3adfspassword, v3token, v3applicationcredential, v3oidcauthcode, aodh-noauth, v3multifactor, v3tokenlessauth, token, v3oidcclientcredentials, none, password, v3password. Default: selected based on --os-username/--os-token (Env: OS_AUTH_TYPE)

--os-auth-url <auth-auth-url>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: authentication url with v3oidcpassword: Authentication URL With v1password: Authentication URL With v3samlpassword: Authentication URL With v3oauth1: Authentication URL With v3totp: Authentication URL With v2token: Authentication URL With v2password: Authentication URL With v3adfspassword: Authentication URL With v3token: Authentication URL With v3applicationcredential: Authentication URL With v3oidcauthcode: Authentication URL With v3multifactor: Authentication URL With v3tokenlessauth: Authentication URL With token: Authentication URL With v3oidcclientcredentials: Authentication URL With password: Authentication URL With v3password: Authentication URL (Env: OS_AUTH_URL)

--os-system-scope <auth-system-scope>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: scope for system operations With v3oidcpassword: Scope for system operations With v3samlpassword: Scope for system operations With v3totp: Scope for system operations With v3adfspassword: Scope for system operations With v3token: Scope for system operations With v3applicationcredential: Scope for system operations With v3oidcauthcode: Scope for system operations With v3multifactor: Scope for system operations With token: Scope for system operations With v3oidcclientcredentials: Scope for system operations With password: Scope for system operations With v3password: Scope for system operations (Env: OS_SYSTEM_SCOPE)

--os-domain-id <auth-domain-id>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: domain id to scope to with v3oidcpassword: Domain ID to scope to With v3samlpassword: Domain ID to scope to With v3totp: Domain ID to scope to With v3adfspassword: Domain ID to scope to With v3token: Domain ID to scope to With v3applicationcredential: Domain ID to scope to With v3oidcauthcode: Domain ID to scope to With v3multifactor: Domain ID to scope to With v3tokenlessauth: Domain ID to scope to With token: Domain ID to scope to With v3oidcclientcredentials: Domain ID to scope to With password: Domain ID to scope to With v3password: Domain ID to scope to (Env: OS_DOMAIN_ID)

--os-domain-name <auth-domain-name>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: domain name to scope to with v3oidcpassword: Domain name to scope to With v3samlpassword: Domain name to scope to With v3totp: Domain name to scope to With v3adfspassword: Domain name to scope to With v3token: Domain name to scope to With v3applicationcredential: Domain name to scope to With v3oidcauthcode: Domain name to scope to With v3multifactor: Domain name to scope to With v3tokenlessauth: Domain name to scope to With token: Domain name to scope to With v3oidcclientcredentials: Domain name to scope to With password: Domain name to scope to With v3password: Domain name to scope to (Env: OS_DOMAIN_NAME)

--os-project-id <auth-project-id>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: project id to scope to with gnocchi-noauth: Project ID With noauth: Project ID With v3oidcpassword: Project ID to scope to With v3samlpassword: Project ID to scope to With v3totp: Project ID to scope to With v3adfspassword: Project ID to scope to With v3token: Project ID to scope to With v3applicationcredential: Project ID to scope to With v3oidcauthcode: Project ID to scope to With aodh- noauth: Project ID With v3multifactor: Project ID to scope to With v3tokenlessauth: Project ID to scope to With token: Project ID to scope to With v3oidcclientcredentials: Project ID to scope to With password: Project ID to scope to With v3password: Project ID to scope to (Env: OS_PROJECT_ID)

--os-project-name <auth-project-name>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: project name to scope to with v3oidcpassword: Project name to scope to With v1password: Swift account to use With v3samlpassword: Project name to scope to With v3totp: Project name to scope to With v3adfspassword: Project name to scope to With v3token: Project name to scope to With v3applicationcredential: Project name to scope to With v3oidcauthcode: Project name to scope to With v3multifactor: Project name to scope to With v3tokenlessauth: Project name to scope to With token: Project name to scope to With v3oidcclientcredentials: Project name to scope to With password: Project name to scope to With v3password: Project name to scope to (Env: OS_PROJECT_NAME)

--os-project-domain-id <auth-project-domain-id>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: domain id containing project With v3oidcpassword: Domain ID containing project With v3samlpassword: Domain ID containing project With v3totp: Domain ID containing project With v3adfspassword: Domain ID containing project With v3token: Domain ID containing project With v3applicationcredential: Domain ID containing project With v3oidcauthcode: Domain ID containing project With v3multifactor: Domain ID containing project With v3tokenlessauth: Domain ID containing project With token: Domain ID containing project With v3oidcclientcredentials: Domain ID containing project With password: Domain ID containing project With v3password: Domain ID containing project (Env: OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_ID)

--os-project-domain-name <auth-project-domain-name>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: domain name containing project With v3oidcpassword: Domain name containing project With v3samlpassword: Domain name containing project With v3totp: Domain name containing project With v3adfspassword: Domain name containing project With v3token: Domain name containing project With v3applicationcredential: Domain name containing project With v3oidcauthcode: Domain name containing project With v3multifactor: Domain name containing project With v3tokenlessauth: Domain name containing project With token: Domain name containing project With v3oidcclientcredentials: Domain name containing project With password: Domain name containing project With v3password: Domain name containing project (Env: OS_PROJECT_DOMAIN_NAME)

--os-trust-id <auth-trust-id>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: trust id with v3oidcpassword: Trust ID With v3samlpassword: Trust ID With v3totp: Trust ID With v2token: Trust ID With v2password: Trust ID With v3adfspassword: Trust ID With v3token: Trust ID With v3applicationcredential: Trust ID With v3oidcauthcode: Trust ID With v3multifactor: Trust ID With token: Trust ID With v3oidcclientcredentials: Trust ID With password: Trust ID With v3password: Trust ID (Env: OS_TRUST_ID)

--os-identity-provider <auth-identity-provider>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: identity provider’s name with v3oidcpassword: Identity Provider’s name With v3samlpassword: Identity Provider’s name With v3adfspassword: Identity Provider’s name With v3oidcauthcode: Identity Provider’s name With v3oidcclientcredentials: Identity Provider’s name (Env: OS_IDENTITY_PROVIDER)

--os-protocol <auth-protocol>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: protocol for federated plugin With v3oidcpassword: Protocol for federated plugin With v3samlpassword: Protocol for federated plugin With v3adfspassword: Protocol for federated plugin With v3oidcauthcode: Protocol for federated plugin With v3oidcclientcredentials: Protocol for federated plugin (Env: OS_PROTOCOL)

--os-access-token <auth-access-token>

With v3oidcaccesstoken: oauth 2.0 access token (env: OS_ACCESS_TOKEN)

--os-endpoint <auth-endpoint>

With admin_token: the endpoint that will always be used With gnocchi-noauth: Gnocchi endpoint With noauth: Cinder endpoint With gnocchi-basic: Gnocchi endpoint With http_basic: The endpoint that will always be used With none: The endpoint that will always be used (Env: OS_ENDPOINT)

--os-token <auth-token>

With admin_token: the token that will always be used With v2token: Token With v3token: Token to authenticate with With token: Token to authenticate with (Env: OS_TOKEN)

--os-user-id <auth-user-id>

With gnocchi-noauth: user id with noauth: user id with v3totp: User ID With v2password: User ID to login with With v3applicationcredential: User ID With aodh- noauth: User ID With password: User id With v3password: User ID (Env: OS_USER_ID)

--os-roles <auth-roles>

With gnocchi-noauth: roles with aodh-noauth: roles (Env: OS_ROLES)

--os-client-id <auth-client-id>

With v3oidcpassword: oauth 2.0 client id with v3oidcauthcode: OAuth 2.0 Client ID With v3oidcclientcredentials: OAuth 2.0 Client ID (Env: OS_CLIENT_ID)

--os-client-secret <auth-client-secret>

With v3oidcpassword: oauth 2.0 client secret with v3oidcauthcode: OAuth 2.0 Client Secret With v3oidcclientcredentials: OAuth 2.0 Client Secret (Env: OS_CLIENT_SECRET)

--os-openid-scope <auth-openid-scope>

With v3oidcpassword: openid connect scope that is requested from authorization server. Note that the OpenID Connect specification states that "openid" must be always specified. With v3oidcauthcode: OpenID Connect scope that is requested from authorization server. Note that the OpenID Connect specification states that "openid" must be always specified. With v3oidcclientcredentials: OpenID Connect scope that is requested from authorization server. Note that the OpenID Connect specification states that "openid" must be always specified. (Env: OS_OPENID_SCOPE)

--os-access-token-endpoint <auth-access-token-endpoint>

With v3oidcpassword: openid connect provider token Endpoint. Note that if a discovery document is being passed this option will override the endpoint provided by the server in the discovery document. With v3oidcauthcode: OpenID Connect Provider Token Endpoint. Note that if a discovery document is being passed this option will override the endpoint provided by the server in the discovery document. With v3oidcclientcredentials: OpenID Connect Provider Token Endpoint. Note that if a discovery document is being passed this option will override the endpoint provided by the server in the discovery document. (Env: OS_ACCESS_TOKEN_ENDPOINT)

--os-discovery-endpoint <auth-discovery-endpoint>

With v3oidcpassword: openid connect discovery document URL. The discovery document will be used to obtain the values of the access token endpoint and the authentication endpoint. This URL should look like https://idp.example.org/.well-known/openid- configuration With v3oidcauthcode: OpenID Connect Discovery Document URL. The discovery document will be used to obtain the values of the access token endpoint and the authentication endpoint. This URL should look like https://idp.example.org/.well-known/openid- configuration With v3oidcclientcredentials: OpenID Connect Discovery Document URL. The discovery document will be used to obtain the values of the access token endpoint and the authentication endpoint. This URL should look like https://idp.example.org/.well- known/openid-configuration (Env: OS_DISCOVERY_ENDPOINT)

--os-access-token-type <auth-access-token-type>

With v3oidcpassword: oauth 2.0 authorization server Introspection token type, it is used to decide which type of token will be used when processing token introspection. Valid values are: "access_token" or "id_token" With v3oidcauthcode: OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server Introspection token type, it is used to decide which type of token will be used when processing token introspection. Valid values are: "access_token" or "id_token" With v3oidcclientcredentials: OAuth 2.0 Authorization Server Introspection token type, it is used to decide which type of token will be used when processing token introspection. Valid values are: "access_token" or "id_token" (Env: OS_ACCESS_TOKEN_TYPE)

--os-username <auth-username>

With v3oidcpassword: username with v1password: Username to login with With v3samlpassword: Username With v3totp: Username With http_basic: Username With v2password: Username to login with With v3adfspassword: Username With v3applicationcredential: Username With password: Username With v3password: Username (Env: OS_USERNAME)

--os-password <auth-password>

With v3oidcpassword: password with v1password: Password to use With v3samlpassword: Password With http_basic: User’s password With v2password: Password to use With v3adfspassword: Password With password: User’s password With v3password: User’s password (Env: OS_PASSWORD)

--os-user <auth-user>

With gnocchi-basic: user (env: os_user)

--os-identity-provider-url <auth-identity-provider-url>

With v3samlpassword: an identity provider url, where the SAML2 authentication request will be sent. With v3adfspassword: An Identity Provider URL, where the SAML authentication request will be sent. (Env: OS_IDENTITY_PROVIDER_URL)

--os-consumer-key <auth-consumer-key>

With v3oauth1: oauth consumer id/key (env: OS_CONSUMER_KEY)

--os-consumer-secret <auth-consumer-secret>

With v3oauth1: oauth consumer secret (env: OS_CONSUMER_SECRET)

--os-access-key <auth-access-key>

With v3oauth1: oauth access key (env: os_access_key)

--os-access-secret <auth-access-secret>

With v3oauth1: oauth access secret (env: OS_ACCESS_SECRET)

--os-user-domain-id <auth-user-domain-id>

With v3totp: user’s domain id with v3applicationcredential: User’s domain id With password: User’s domain id With v3password: User’s domain id (Env: OS_USER_DOMAIN_ID)

--os-user-domain-name <auth-user-domain-name>

With v3totp: user’s domain name with v3applicationcredential: User’s domain name With password: User’s domain name With v3password: User’s domain name (Env: OS_USER_DOMAIN_NAME)

--os-passcode <auth-passcode>

With v3totp: user’s totp passcode (env: os_passcode)

--os-service-provider-endpoint <auth-service-provider-endpoint>

With v3adfspassword: service provider’s endpoint (env: OS_SERVICE_PROVIDER_ENDPOINT)

--os-service-provider-entity-id <auth-service-provider-entity-id>

With v3adfspassword: service provider’s saml entity id (Env: OS_SERVICE_PROVIDER_ENTITY_ID)

--os-application-credential-secret <auth-application-credential-secret>

With v3applicationcredential: application credential auth secret (Env: OS_APPLICATION_CREDENTIAL_SECRET)

--os-application-credential-id <auth-application-credential-id>

With v3applicationcredential: application credential ID (Env: OS_APPLICATION_CREDENTIAL_ID)

--os-application-credential-name <auth-application-credential-name>

With v3applicationcredential: application credential name (Env: OS_APPLICATION_CREDENTIAL_NAME)

--os-redirect-uri <auth-redirect-uri>

With v3oidcauthcode: openid connect redirect url (env: OS_REDIRECT_URI)

--os-code <auth-code>

With v3oidcauthcode: oauth 2.0 authorization code (Env: OS_CODE)

--os-aodh-endpoint <auth-aodh-endpoint>

With aodh-noauth: aodh endpoint (env: OS_AODH_ENDPOINT)

--os-auth-methods <auth-auth-methods>

With v3multifactor: methods to authenticate with. (Env: OS_AUTH_METHODS)

--os-default-domain-id <auth-default-domain-id>

With token: optional domain id to use with v3 and v2 parameters. It will be used for both the user and project domain in v3 and ignored in v2 authentication. With password: Optional domain ID to use with v3 and v2 parameters. It will be used for both the user and project domain in v3 and ignored in v2 authentication. (Env: OS_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_ID)

--os-default-domain-name <auth-default-domain-name>

With token: optional domain name to use with v3 api and v2 parameters. It will be used for both the user and project domain in v3 and ignored in v2 authentication. With password: Optional domain name to use with v3 API and v2 parameters. It will be used for both the user and project domain in v3 and ignored in v2 authentication. (Env: OS_DEFAULT_DOMAIN_NAME)

Chapter 2. access

This chapter describes the commands under the access command.

2.1. access rule delete

Delete access rule(s)

Usage:

openstack access rule delete [-h] <access-rule> [<access-rule> ...]

Table 2.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<access-rule>

Access rule(s) to delete (name or id)

Table 2.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

2.2. access rule list

List access rules

Usage:

openstack access rule list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                  [-c COLUMN]
                                  [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                  [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                  [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                  [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                  [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                  [--user <user>]
                                  [--user-domain <user-domain>]

Table 2.3. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--user <user>

User whose access rules to list (name or id)

--user-domain <user-domain>

Domain the user belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between user names exist.

Table 2.4. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 2.5. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 2.6. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 2.7. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

2.3. access rule show

Display access rule details

Usage:

openstack access rule show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                  [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                  [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                  [--print-empty]
                                  <access-rule>

Table 2.8. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<access-rule>

Access rule to display (name or id)

Table 2.9. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 2.10. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 2.11. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 2.12. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 2.13. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

2.4. access token create

Create an access token

Usage:

openstack access token create [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                     [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                     [--prefix PREFIX] [--max-width <integer>]
                                     [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                     --consumer-key <consumer-key>
                                     --consumer-secret <consumer-secret>
                                     --request-key <request-key>
                                     --request-secret <request-secret>
                                     --verifier <verifier>

Table 2.14. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--consumer-key <consumer-key>

Consumer key (required)

--consumer-secret <consumer-secret>

Consumer secret (required)

--request-key <request-key>

Request token to exchange for access token (required)

--request-secret <request-secret>

Secret associated with <request-key> (required)

--verifier <verifier>

Verifier associated with <request-key> (required)

Table 2.15. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 2.16. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 2.17. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 2.18. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 3. acl

This chapter describes the commands under the acl command.

3.1. acl delete

Delete ACLs for a secret or container as identified by its href.

Usage:

openstack acl delete [-h] URI

Table 3.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

URI

The uri reference for the secret or container.

Table 3.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

3.2. acl get

Retrieve ACLs for a secret or container by providing its href.

Usage:

openstack acl get [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}] [-c COLUMN]
                         [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}] [--noindent]
                         [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                         [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                         [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                         URI

Table 3.3. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

URI

The uri reference for the secret or container.

Table 3.4. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 3.5. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 3.6. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 3.7. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 3.8. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

3.3. acl submit

Submit ACL on a secret or container as identified by its href.

Usage:

openstack acl submit [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}] [-c COLUMN]
                            [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                            [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                            [--print-empty] [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                            [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                            [--user [USERS]]
                            [--project-access | --no-project-access]
                            [--operation-type {read}]
                            URI

Table 3.9. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

URI

The uri reference for the secret or container.

Table 3.10. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--user [USERS], -u [USERS]

Keystone userid(s) for acl.

--project-access

Flag to enable project access behavior.

--no-project-access

Flag to disable project access behavior.

--operation-type {read}, -o {read}

Type of barbican operation acl is set for

Table 3.11. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 3.12. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 3.13. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 3.14. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

3.4. acl user add

Add ACL users to a secret or container as identified by its href.

Usage:

openstack acl user add [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                              [-c COLUMN]
                              [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                              [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                              [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                              [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                              [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                              [--user [USERS]]
                              [--project-access | --no-project-access]
                              [--operation-type {read}]
                              URI

Table 3.15. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

URI

The uri reference for the secret or container.

Table 3.16. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--user [USERS], -u [USERS]

Keystone userid(s) for acl.

--project-access

Flag to enable project access behavior.

--no-project-access

Flag to disable project access behavior.

--operation-type {read}, -o {read}

Type of barbican operation acl is set for

Table 3.17. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 3.18. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 3.19. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 3.20. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

3.5. acl user remove

Remove ACL users from a secret or container as identified by its href.

Usage:

openstack acl user remove [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                 [-c COLUMN]
                                 [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                 [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                 [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                 [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                 [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                 [--user [USERS]]
                                 [--project-access | --no-project-access]
                                 [--operation-type {read}]
                                 URI

Table 3.21. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

URI

The uri reference for the secret or container.

Table 3.22. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--user [USERS], -u [USERS]

Keystone userid(s) for acl.

--project-access

Flag to enable project access behavior.

--no-project-access

Flag to disable project access behavior.

--operation-type {read}, -o {read}

Type of barbican operation acl is set for

Table 3.23. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 3.24. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 3.25. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 3.26. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 4. action

This chapter describes the commands under the action command.

4.1. action definition create

Create new action.

Usage:

openstack action definition create [-h]
                                          [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                          [-c COLUMN]
                                          [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                          [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                          [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                          [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                          [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                          [--marker [MARKER]]
                                          [--limit [LIMIT]]
                                          [--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]]
                                          [--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]]
                                          [--filter FILTERS] [--public]
                                          [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                          definition

Table 4.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

definition

Action definition file

Table 4.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--marker [MARKER]

The last execution uuid of the previous page, displays list of executions after "marker".

--limit [LIMIT]

Maximum number of entries to return in a single result.

--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]

Comma-separated list of sort keys to sort results by. Default: created_at. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description

--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]

Comma-separated list of sort directions. default: asc. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description --sort_dirs=asc,desc

--filter FILTERS

Filters. can be repeated.

--public

With this flag action will be marked as "public".

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace to create the action within.

Table 4.3. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 4.4. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 4.5. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.6. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.2. action definition definition show

Show action definition.

Usage:

openstack action definition definition show [-h]
                                                   [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                                   name

Table 4.7. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

name

Action name

Table 4.8. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace of the action.

4.3. action definition delete

Delete action.

Usage:

openstack action definition delete [-h] [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                          action [action ...]

Table 4.9. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

action

Name or id of action(s).

Table 4.10. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace of the action(s).

4.4. action definition list

List all actions.

Usage:

openstack action definition list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                        [-c COLUMN]
                                        [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                        [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                        [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                        [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                        [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                        [--marker [MARKER]] [--limit [LIMIT]]
                                        [--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]]
                                        [--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]]
                                        [--filter FILTERS]
                                        [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]

Table 4.11. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--marker [MARKER]

The last execution uuid of the previous page, displays list of executions after "marker".

--limit [LIMIT]

Maximum number of entries to return in a single result.

--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]

Comma-separated list of sort keys to sort results by. Default: created_at. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description

--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]

Comma-separated list of sort directions. default: asc. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description --sort_dirs=asc,desc

--filter FILTERS

Filters. can be repeated.

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace of the actions.

Table 4.12. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 4.13. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 4.14. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.15. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.5. action definition show

Show specific action.

Usage:

openstack action definition show [-h]
                                        [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                        [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                        [--prefix PREFIX]
                                        [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                        [--print-empty]
                                        [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                        action

Table 4.16. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

action

Action (name or id)

Table 4.17. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace to create the action within.

Table 4.18. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 4.19. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.20. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 4.21. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.6. action definition update

Update action.

Usage:

openstack action definition update [-h]
                                          [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                          [-c COLUMN]
                                          [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                          [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                          [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                          [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                          [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                          [--marker [MARKER]]
                                          [--limit [LIMIT]]
                                          [--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]]
                                          [--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]]
                                          [--filter FILTERS] [--id ID]
                                          [--public] [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                          definition

Table 4.22. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

definition

Action definition file

Table 4.23. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--marker [MARKER]

The last execution uuid of the previous page, displays list of executions after "marker".

--limit [LIMIT]

Maximum number of entries to return in a single result.

--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]

Comma-separated list of sort keys to sort results by. Default: created_at. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description

--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]

Comma-separated list of sort directions. default: asc. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description --sort_dirs=asc,desc

--filter FILTERS

Filters. can be repeated.

--id ID

Action id.

--public

With this flag action will be marked as "public".

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace of the action.

Table 4.24. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 4.25. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 4.26. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.27. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.7. action execution delete

Delete action execution.

Usage:

openstack action execution delete [-h]
                                         action_execution
                                         [action_execution ...]

Table 4.28. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

action_execution

Id of action execution identifier(s).

Table 4.29. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

4.8. action execution input show

Show Action execution input data.

Usage:

openstack action execution input show [-h] id

Table 4.30. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

id

Action execution id.

Table 4.31. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

4.9. action execution list

List all Action executions.

Usage:

openstack action execution list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                       [-c COLUMN]
                                       [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                       [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                       [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                       [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                       [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                       [--marker [MARKER]] [--limit [LIMIT]]
                                       [--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]]
                                       [--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]]
                                       [--filter FILTERS] [--oldest]
                                       [task_execution_id]

Table 4.32. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

task_execution_id

Task execution id.

Table 4.33. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--marker [MARKER]

The last execution uuid of the previous page, displays list of executions after "marker".

--limit [LIMIT]

Maximum number of entries to return in a single result.

--sort_keys [SORT_KEYS]

Comma-separated list of sort keys to sort results by. Default: created_at. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description

--sort_dirs [SORT_DIRS]

Comma-separated list of sort directions. default: asc. Example: mistral execution-list --sort_keys=id,description --sort_dirs=asc,desc

--filter FILTERS

Filters. can be repeated.

--oldest

Display the executions starting from the oldest entries instead of the newest

Table 4.34. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 4.35. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 4.36. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.37. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.10. action execution output show

Show Action execution output data.

Usage:

openstack action execution output show [-h] id

Table 4.38. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

id

Action execution id.

Table 4.39. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

4.11. action execution run

Create new Action execution or just run specific action.

Usage:

openstack action execution run [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                      [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                      [--prefix PREFIX]
                                      [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                      [--print-empty] [-s] [--run-sync]
                                      [-t TARGET] [--namespace [NAMESPACE]]
                                      name [input]

Table 4.40. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

name

Action name to execute.

input

Action input.

Table 4.41. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

-s, --save-result

Save the result into db.

--run-sync

Run the action synchronously.

-t TARGET, --target TARGET

Action will be executed on <target> executor.

--namespace [NAMESPACE]

Namespace of the action(s).

Table 4.42. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 4.43. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.44. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 4.45. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.12. action execution show

Show specific Action execution.

Usage:

openstack action execution show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                       [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                       [--prefix PREFIX]
                                       [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                       [--print-empty]
                                       action_execution

Table 4.46. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

action_execution

Action execution id.

Table 4.47. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 4.48. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 4.49. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.50. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 4.51. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

4.13. action execution update

Update specific Action execution.

Usage:

openstack action execution update [-h]
                                         [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                         [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                         [--prefix PREFIX]
                                         [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                         [--print-empty]
                                         [--state {PAUSED,RUNNING,SUCCESS,ERROR,CANCELLED}]
                                         [--output OUTPUT]
                                         id

Table 4.52. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

id

Action execution id.

Table 4.53. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--state {PAUSED,RUNNING,SUCCESS,ERROR,CANCELLED}

Action execution state

--output OUTPUT

Action execution output

Table 4.54. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 4.55. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 4.56. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 4.57. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 5. address

This chapter describes the commands under the address command.

5.1. address group create

Create a new Address Group

Usage:

openstack address group create [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                      [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                      [--prefix PREFIX]
                                      [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                      [--print-empty]
                                      [--description <description>]
                                      [--address <ip-address>]
                                      [--project <project>]
                                      [--project-domain <project-domain>]
                                      <name>

Table 5.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<name>

New address group name

Table 5.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--description <description>

New address group description

--address <ip-address>

Ip address or cidr (repeat option to set multiple addresses)

--project <project>

Owner’s project (name or id)

--project-domain <project-domain>

Domain the project belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between project names exist.

Table 5.3. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 5.4. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.5. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 5.6. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

5.2. address group delete

Delete address group(s)

Usage:

openstack address group delete [-h]
                                      <address-group> [<address-group> ...]

Table 5.7. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-group>

Address group(s) to delete (name or id)

Table 5.8. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

5.3. address group list

List address groups

Usage:

openstack address group list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN]
                                    [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                    [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                    [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                    [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                    [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                    [--name <name>] [--project <project>]
                                    [--project-domain <project-domain>]

Table 5.9. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

List only address groups of given name in output

--project <project>

List address groups according to their project (name or ID)

--project-domain <project-domain>

Domain the project belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between project names exist.

Table 5.10. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 5.11. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 5.12. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.13. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

5.4. address group set

Set address group properties

Usage:

openstack address group set [-h] [--name <name>]
                                   [--description <description>]
                                   [--address <ip-address>]
                                   <address-group>

Table 5.14. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-group>

Address group to modify (name or id)

Table 5.15. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

Set address group name

--description <description>

Set address group description

--address <ip-address>

Ip address or cidr (repeat option to set multiple addresses)

5.5. address group show

Display address group details

Usage:

openstack address group show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                    [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                    [--print-empty]
                                    <address-group>

Table 5.16. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-group>

Address group to display (name or id)

Table 5.17. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 5.18. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 5.19. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.20. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 5.21. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

5.6. address group unset

Unset address group properties

Usage:

openstack address group unset [-h] [--address <ip-address>]
                                     <address-group>

Table 5.22. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-group>

Address group to modify (name or id)

Table 5.23. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--address <ip-address>

Ip address or cidr (repeat option to unset multiple addresses)

5.7. address scope create

Create a new Address Scope

Usage:

openstack address scope create [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                      [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                      [--prefix PREFIX]
                                      [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                      [--print-empty] [--ip-version {4,6}]
                                      [--project <project>]
                                      [--project-domain <project-domain>]
                                      [--share | --no-share]
                                      <name>

Table 5.24. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<name>

New address scope name

Table 5.25. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--ip-version {4,6}

Ip version (default is 4)

--project <project>

Owner’s project (name or id)

--project-domain <project-domain>

Domain the project belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between project names exist.

--share

Share the address scope between projects

--no-share

Do not share the address scope between projects (default)

Table 5.26. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 5.27. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.28. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 5.29. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

5.8. address scope delete

Delete address scope(s)

Usage:

openstack address scope delete [-h]
                                      <address-scope> [<address-scope> ...]

Table 5.30. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-scope>

Address scope(s) to delete (name or id)

Table 5.31. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

5.9. address scope list

List address scopes

Usage:

openstack address scope list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN]
                                    [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                    [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                    [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                    [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                    [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                    [--name <name>]
                                    [--ip-version <ip-version>]
                                    [--project <project>]
                                    [--project-domain <project-domain>]
                                    [--share | --no-share]

Table 5.32. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

List only address scopes of given name in output

--ip-version <ip-version>

List address scopes of given ip version networks (4 or 6)

--project <project>

List address scopes according to their project (name or ID)

--project-domain <project-domain>

Domain the project belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between project names exist.

--share

List address scopes shared between projects

--no-share

List address scopes not shared between projects

Table 5.33. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 5.34. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 5.35. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.36. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

5.10. address scope set

Set address scope properties

Usage:

openstack address scope set [-h] [--name <name>] [--share | --no-share]
                                   <address-scope>

Table 5.37. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-scope>

Address scope to modify (name or id)

Table 5.38. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

Set address scope name

--share

Share the address scope between projects

--no-share

Do not share the address scope between projects

5.11. address scope show

Display address scope details

Usage:

openstack address scope show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                    [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                    [--print-empty]
                                    <address-scope>

Table 5.39. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<address-scope>

Address scope to display (name or id)

Table 5.40. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 5.41. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 5.42. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 5.43. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 5.44. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 6. aggregate

This chapter describes the commands under the aggregate command.

6.1. aggregate add host

Add host to aggregate

Usage:

openstack aggregate add host [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                    [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                    [--print-empty]
                                    <aggregate> <host>

Table 6.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate (name or id)

<host>

Host to add to <aggregate>

Table 6.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 6.3. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 6.4. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 6.5. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 6.6. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

6.2. aggregate cache image

Request image caching for aggregate

Usage:

openstack aggregate cache image [-h] <aggregate> <image> [<image> ...]

Table 6.7. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate (name or id)

<image>

Image id to request caching for aggregate (name or id). may be specified multiple times.

Table 6.8. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

6.3. aggregate create

Create a new aggregate

Usage:

openstack aggregate create [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                  [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                  [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                  [--print-empty] [--zone <availability-zone>]
                                  [--property <key=value>]
                                  <name>

Table 6.9. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<name>

New aggregate name

Table 6.10. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--zone <availability-zone>

Availability zone name

--property <key=value>

Property to add to this aggregate (repeat option to set multiple properties)

Table 6.11. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 6.12. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 6.13. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 6.14. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

6.4. aggregate delete

Delete existing aggregate(s)

Usage:

openstack aggregate delete [-h] <aggregate> [<aggregate> ...]

Table 6.15. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate(s) to delete (name or id)

Table 6.16. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

6.5. aggregate list

List all aggregates

Usage:

openstack aggregate list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                [-c COLUMN]
                                [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                [--long]

Table 6.17. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--long

List additional fields in output

Table 6.18. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 6.19. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 6.20. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 6.21. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

6.6. aggregate remove host

Remove host from aggregate

Usage:

openstack aggregate remove host [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                       [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                       [--prefix PREFIX]
                                       [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                       [--print-empty]
                                       <aggregate> <host>

Table 6.22. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate (name or id)

<host>

Host to remove from <aggregate>

Table 6.23. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 6.24. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 6.25. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 6.26. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 6.27. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

6.7. aggregate set

Set aggregate properties

Usage:

openstack aggregate set [-h] [--name <name>]
                               [--zone <availability-zone>]
                               [--property <key=value>] [--no-property]
                               <aggregate>

Table 6.28. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate to modify (name or id)

Table 6.29. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

Set aggregate name

--zone <availability-zone>

Set availability zone name

--property <key=value>

Property to set on <aggregate> (repeat option to set multiple properties)

--no-property

Remove all properties from <aggregate> (specify both --property and --no-property to overwrite the current properties)

6.8. aggregate show

Display aggregate details

Usage:

openstack aggregate show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                [--print-empty]
                                <aggregate>

Table 6.30. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate to display (name or id)

Table 6.31. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 6.32. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 6.33. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 6.34. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 6.35. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

6.9. aggregate unset

Unset aggregate properties

Usage:

openstack aggregate unset [-h] [--property <key>] <aggregate>

Table 6.36. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<aggregate>

Aggregate to modify (name or id)

Table 6.37. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--property <key>

Property to remove from aggregate (repeat option to remove multiple properties)

Chapter 7. alarm

This chapter describes the commands under the alarm command.

7.1. alarm create

Create an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm create [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                              [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                              [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                              [--print-empty] --name <NAME> -t <TYPE>
                              [--project-id <PROJECT_ID>]
                              [--user-id <USER_ID>]
                              [--description <DESCRIPTION>] [--state <STATE>]
                              [--severity <SEVERITY>] [--enabled {True|False}]
                              [--alarm-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--ok-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--insufficient-data-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--time-constraint <Time Constraint>]
                              [--repeat-actions {True|False}]
                              [--query <QUERY>]
                              [--comparison-operator <OPERATOR>]
                              [--evaluation-periods <EVAL_PERIODS>]
                              [--threshold <THRESHOLD>]
                              [--event-type <EVENT_TYPE>] [-m <METER NAME>]
                              [--period <PERIOD>] [--statistic <STATISTIC>]
                              [--granularity <GRANULARITY>]
                              [--aggregation-method <AGGR_METHOD>]
                              [--metric <METRIC>]
                              [--resource-type <RESOURCE_TYPE>]
                              [--resource-id <RESOURCE_ID>]
                              [--composite-rule <COMPOSITE_RULE>]
                              [--stack-id <STACK_NAME_OR_ID>]
                              [--pool-id <LOADBALANCER_POOL_NAME_OR_ID>]
                              [--autoscaling-group-id <AUTOSCALING_GROUP_NAME_OR_ID>]

Table 7.1. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

-t <TYPE>, --type <TYPE>

Type of alarm, should be one of: event, composite, threshold, gnocchi_resources_threshold, gnocchi_aggregation_by_metrics_threshold, gnocchi_aggregation_by_resources_threshold, loadbalancer_member_health.

--project-id <PROJECT_ID>

Project to associate with alarm (configurable by admin users only)

--user-id <USER_ID>

User to associate with alarm (configurable by admin users only)

--description <DESCRIPTION>

Free text description of the alarm

--state <STATE>

State of the alarm, one of: [ok, alarm, insufficient data]

--severity <SEVERITY>

Severity of the alarm, one of: [low, moderate, critical]

--enabled {True|False}

True if alarm evaluation is enabled

--alarm-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to alarm. may be used multiple times

--ok-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to ok. may be used multiple times

--insufficient-data-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to insufficient data. May be used multiple times

--time-constraint <Time Constraint>

Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds. Can be specified multiple times for multiple time constraints, format is: name=<CONSTRAINT_NAME>;start=< CRON>;duration=<SECONDS>;[description=<DESCRIPTION>;[t imezone=<IANA Timezone>]]

--repeat-actions {True|False}

True if actions should be repeatedly notified while alarm remains in target state

Table 7.2. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.3. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.4. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.5. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Table 7.6. common alarm rules
ValueSummary

--query <QUERY>

For alarms of type threshold or event: key[op]data_type::value; list. data_type is optional, but if supplied must be string, integer, float, or boolean. For alarms of type gnocchi_aggregation_by_resources_threshold: need to specify a complex query json string, like: {"and": [{"=": {"ended_at": null}}, …​]}.

--comparison-operator <OPERATOR>

Operator to compare with, one of: [lt, le, eq, ne, ge, gt]

--evaluation-periods <EVAL_PERIODS>

Number of periods to evaluate over

--threshold <THRESHOLD>

Threshold to evaluate against.

Table 7.7. event alarm
ValueSummary

--event-type <EVENT_TYPE>

Event type to evaluate against

Table 7.8. threshold alarm
ValueSummary

-m <METER NAME>, --meter-name <METER NAME>

Meter to evaluate against

--period <PERIOD>

Length of each period (seconds) to evaluate over.

--statistic <STATISTIC>

Statistic to evaluate, one of: [max, min, avg, sum, count]

Table 7.9. common gnocchi alarm rules
ValueSummary

--granularity <GRANULARITY>

The time range in seconds over which to query.

--aggregation-method <AGGR_METHOD>

The aggregation_method to compare to the threshold.

--metric <METRIC>, --metrics <METRIC>

The metric id or name depending of the alarm type

Table 7.10. gnocchi resource threshold alarm
ValueSummary

--resource-type <RESOURCE_TYPE>

The type of resource.

--resource-id <RESOURCE_ID>

The id of a resource.

Table 7.11. composite alarm
ValueSummary

--composite-rule <COMPOSITE_RULE>

Composite threshold rule with json format, the form can be a nested dict which combine threshold/gnocchi rules by "and", "or". For example, the form is like: {"or":[RULE1, RULE2, {"and": [RULE3, RULE4]}]}, The RULEx can be basic threshold rules but must include a "type" field, like this: {"threshold": 0.8,"meter_name":"cpu_util","type":"threshold"}

Table 7.12. loadbalancer member health alarm
ValueSummary

--stack-id <STACK_NAME_OR_ID>

Name or id of the root / top level heat stack containing the loadbalancer pool and members. An update will be triggered on the root Stack if an unhealthy member is detected in the loadbalancer pool.

--pool-id <LOADBALANCER_POOL_NAME_OR_ID>

Name or id of the loadbalancer pool for which the health of each member will be evaluated.

--autoscaling-group-id <AUTOSCALING_GROUP_NAME_OR_ID>

Id of the heat autoscaling group that contains the loadbalancer members. Unhealthy members will be marked as such before an update is triggered on the root stack.

7.2. alarm delete

Delete an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm delete [-h] [--name <NAME>] [<ALARM ID or NAME>]

Table 7.13. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<ALARM ID or NAME>

Id or name of an alarm.

Table 7.14. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

7.4. alarm-history show

Show history for an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm-history show [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                    [-c COLUMN]
                                    [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                    [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                    [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                    [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                    [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                    [--limit <LIMIT>] [--marker <MARKER>]
                                    [--sort <SORT_KEY:SORT_DIR>]
                                    <alarm-id>

Table 7.20. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<alarm-id>

Id of an alarm

Table 7.21. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--limit <LIMIT>

Number of resources to return (default is server default)

--marker <MARKER>

Last item of the previous listing. return the next results after this value,the supported marker is event_id.

--sort <SORT_KEY:SORT_DIR>

Sort of resource attribute. e.g. timestamp:desc

Table 7.22. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 7.23. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 7.24. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.25. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.5. alarm list

List alarms

Usage:

openstack alarm list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}] [-c COLUMN]
                            [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                            [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                            [--print-empty] [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                            [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                            [--query QUERY | --filter <KEY1=VALUE1;KEY2=VALUE2...>]
                            [--limit <LIMIT>] [--marker <MARKER>]
                            [--sort <SORT_KEY:SORT_DIR>]

Table 7.26. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--query QUERY

Rich query supported by aodh, e.g. project_id!=my-id user_id=foo or user_id=bar

--filter <KEY1=VALUE1;KEY2=VALUE2…​>

Filter parameters to apply on returned alarms.

--limit <LIMIT>

Number of resources to return (default is server default)

--marker <MARKER>

Last item of the previous listing. return the next results after this value,the supported marker is alarm_id.

--sort <SORT_KEY:SORT_DIR>

Sort of resource attribute, e.g. name:asc

Table 7.27. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 7.28. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 7.29. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.30. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.6. alarm quota set

Command base class for displaying data about a single object.

Usage:

openstack alarm quota set [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                 [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                 [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                 [--print-empty] [--alarm ALARM]
                                 project

Table 7.31. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

project

Project id.

Table 7.32. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--alarm ALARM

New value for the alarm quota. value -1 means unlimited.

Table 7.33. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.34. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.35. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.36. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.7. alarm quota show

Show quota for a project

Usage:

openstack alarm quota show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                  [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                  [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                  [--print-empty] [--project PROJECT]

Table 7.37. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--project PROJECT

Project id. if not specified, get quota for the current project.

Table 7.38. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.39. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.40. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.41. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.8. alarm show

Show an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                            [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                            [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                            [--print-empty] [--name <NAME>]
                            [<ALARM ID or NAME>]

Table 7.42. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<ALARM ID or NAME>

Id or name of an alarm.

Table 7.43. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

Table 7.44. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.45. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.46. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.47. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.9. alarm state get

Get state of an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm state get [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                 [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                 [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                 [--print-empty] [--name <NAME>]
                                 [<ALARM ID or NAME>]

Table 7.48. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<ALARM ID or NAME>

Id or name of an alarm.

Table 7.49. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

Table 7.50. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.51. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.52. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.53. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.10. alarm state set

Set state of an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm state set [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                 [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                                 [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                 [--print-empty] [--name <NAME>] --state
                                 <STATE>
                                 [<ALARM ID or NAME>]

Table 7.54. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<ALARM ID or NAME>

Id or name of an alarm.

Table 7.55. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

--state <STATE>

State of the alarm, one of: [ok, alarm, insufficient data]

Table 7.56. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.57. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.58. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.59. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

7.11. alarm update

Update an alarm

Usage:

openstack alarm update [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                              [-c COLUMN] [--noindent] [--prefix PREFIX]
                              [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                              [--print-empty] [--name <NAME>] [-t <TYPE>]
                              [--project-id <PROJECT_ID>]
                              [--user-id <USER_ID>]
                              [--description <DESCRIPTION>] [--state <STATE>]
                              [--severity <SEVERITY>] [--enabled {True|False}]
                              [--alarm-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--ok-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--insufficient-data-action <Webhook URL>]
                              [--time-constraint <Time Constraint>]
                              [--repeat-actions {True|False}]
                              [--query <QUERY>]
                              [--comparison-operator <OPERATOR>]
                              [--evaluation-periods <EVAL_PERIODS>]
                              [--threshold <THRESHOLD>]
                              [--event-type <EVENT_TYPE>] [-m <METER NAME>]
                              [--period <PERIOD>] [--statistic <STATISTIC>]
                              [--granularity <GRANULARITY>]
                              [--aggregation-method <AGGR_METHOD>]
                              [--metric <METRIC>]
                              [--resource-type <RESOURCE_TYPE>]
                              [--resource-id <RESOURCE_ID>]
                              [--composite-rule <COMPOSITE_RULE>]
                              [--stack-id <STACK_NAME_OR_ID>]
                              [--pool-id <LOADBALANCER_POOL_NAME_OR_ID>]
                              [--autoscaling-group-id <AUTOSCALING_GROUP_NAME_OR_ID>]
                              [<ALARM ID or NAME>]

Table 7.60. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<ALARM ID or NAME>

Id or name of an alarm.

Table 7.61. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <NAME>

Name of the alarm

-t <TYPE>, --type <TYPE>

Type of alarm, should be one of: event, composite, threshold, gnocchi_resources_threshold, gnocchi_aggregation_by_metrics_threshold, gnocchi_aggregation_by_resources_threshold, loadbalancer_member_health.

--project-id <PROJECT_ID>

Project to associate with alarm (configurable by admin users only)

--user-id <USER_ID>

User to associate with alarm (configurable by admin users only)

--description <DESCRIPTION>

Free text description of the alarm

--state <STATE>

State of the alarm, one of: [ok, alarm, insufficient data]

--severity <SEVERITY>

Severity of the alarm, one of: [low, moderate, critical]

--enabled {True|False}

True if alarm evaluation is enabled

--alarm-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to alarm. may be used multiple times

--ok-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to ok. may be used multiple times

--insufficient-data-action <Webhook URL>

Url to invoke when state transitions to insufficient data. May be used multiple times

--time-constraint <Time Constraint>

Only evaluate the alarm if the time at evaluation is within this time constraint. Start point(s) of the constraint are specified with a cron expression, whereas its duration is given in seconds. Can be specified multiple times for multiple time constraints, format is: name=<CONSTRAINT_NAME>;start=< CRON>;duration=<SECONDS>;[description=<DESCRIPTION>;[t imezone=<IANA Timezone>]]

--repeat-actions {True|False}

True if actions should be repeatedly notified while alarm remains in target state

Table 7.62. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 7.63. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 7.64. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 7.65. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Table 7.66. common alarm rules
ValueSummary

--query <QUERY>

For alarms of type threshold or event: key[op]data_type::value; list. data_type is optional, but if supplied must be string, integer, float, or boolean. For alarms of type gnocchi_aggregation_by_resources_threshold: need to specify a complex query json string, like: {"and": [{"=": {"ended_at": null}}, …​]}.

--comparison-operator <OPERATOR>

Operator to compare with, one of: [lt, le, eq, ne, ge, gt]

--evaluation-periods <EVAL_PERIODS>

Number of periods to evaluate over

--threshold <THRESHOLD>

Threshold to evaluate against.

Table 7.67. event alarm
ValueSummary

--event-type <EVENT_TYPE>

Event type to evaluate against

Table 7.68. threshold alarm
ValueSummary

-m <METER NAME>, --meter-name <METER NAME>

Meter to evaluate against

--period <PERIOD>

Length of each period (seconds) to evaluate over.

--statistic <STATISTIC>

Statistic to evaluate, one of: [max, min, avg, sum, count]

Table 7.69. common gnocchi alarm rules
ValueSummary

--granularity <GRANULARITY>

The time range in seconds over which to query.

--aggregation-method <AGGR_METHOD>

The aggregation_method to compare to the threshold.

--metric <METRIC>, --metrics <METRIC>

The metric id or name depending of the alarm type

Table 7.70. gnocchi resource threshold alarm
ValueSummary

--resource-type <RESOURCE_TYPE>

The type of resource.

--resource-id <RESOURCE_ID>

The id of a resource.

Table 7.71. composite alarm
ValueSummary

--composite-rule <COMPOSITE_RULE>

Composite threshold rule with json format, the form can be a nested dict which combine threshold/gnocchi rules by "and", "or". For example, the form is like: {"or":[RULE1, RULE2, {"and": [RULE3, RULE4]}]}, The RULEx can be basic threshold rules but must include a "type" field, like this: {"threshold": 0.8,"meter_name":"cpu_util","type":"threshold"}

Table 7.72. loadbalancer member health alarm
ValueSummary

--stack-id <STACK_NAME_OR_ID>

Name or id of the root / top level heat stack containing the loadbalancer pool and members. An update will be triggered on the root Stack if an unhealthy member is detected in the loadbalancer pool.

--pool-id <LOADBALANCER_POOL_NAME_OR_ID>

Name or id of the loadbalancer pool for which the health of each member will be evaluated.

--autoscaling-group-id <AUTOSCALING_GROUP_NAME_OR_ID>

Id of the heat autoscaling group that contains the loadbalancer members. Unhealthy members will be marked as such before an update is triggered on the root stack.

Chapter 8. alarming

This chapter describes the commands under the alarming command.

8.1. alarming capabilities list

List capabilities of alarming service

Usage:

openstack alarming capabilities list [-h]
                                            [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                            [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                            [--prefix PREFIX]
                                            [--max-width <integer>]
                                            [--fit-width] [--print-empty]

Table 8.1. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 8.2. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 8.3. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 8.4. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 8.5. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 9. application

This chapter describes the commands under the application command.

9.1. application credential create

Create new application credential

Usage:

openstack application credential create [-h]
                                               [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                               [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                               [--prefix PREFIX]
                                               [--max-width <integer>]
                                               [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                               [--secret <secret>]
                                               [--role <role>]
                                               [--expiration <expiration>]
                                               [--description <description>]
                                               [--unrestricted] [--restricted]
                                               [--access-rules <access-rules>]
                                               <name>

Table 9.1. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<name>

Name of the application credential

Table 9.2. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--secret <secret>

Secret to use for authentication (if not provided, one will be generated)

--role <role>

Roles to authorize (name or id) (repeat option to set multiple values)

--expiration <expiration>

Sets an expiration date for the application credential, format of YYYY-mm-ddTHH:MM:SS (if not provided, the application credential will not expire)

--description <description>

Application credential description

--unrestricted

Enable application credential to create and delete other application credentials and trusts (this is potentially dangerous behavior and is disabled by default)

--restricted

Prohibit application credential from creating and deleting other application credentials and trusts (this is the default behavior)

--access-rules <access-rules>

Either a string or file path containing a json- formatted list of access rules, each containing a request method, path, and service, for example [{"method": "GET", "path": "/v2.1/servers", "service": "compute"}]

Table 9.3. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 9.4. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 9.5. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 9.6. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

9.2. application credential delete

Delete application credentials(s)

Usage:

openstack application credential delete [-h]
                                               <application-credential>
                                               [<application-credential> ...]

Table 9.7. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<application-credential>

Application credentials(s) to delete (name or id)

Table 9.8. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

9.3. application credential list

List application credentials

Usage:

openstack application credential list [-h]
                                             [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                             [-c COLUMN]
                                             [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                             [--noindent]
                                             [--max-width <integer>]
                                             [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                             [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                             [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                             [--user <user>]
                                             [--user-domain <user-domain>]

Table 9.9. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--user <user>

User whose application credentials to list (name or ID)

--user-domain <user-domain>

Domain the user belongs to (name or id). this can be used in case collisions between user names exist.

Table 9.10. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 9.11. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 9.12. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 9.13. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

9.4. application credential show

Display application credential details

Usage:

openstack application credential show [-h]
                                             [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                             [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                             [--prefix PREFIX]
                                             [--max-width <integer>]
                                             [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                             <application-credential>

Table 9.14. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<application-credential>

Application credential to display (name or id)

Table 9.15. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 9.16. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 9.17. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 9.18. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 9.19. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 10. availability

This chapter describes the commands under the availability command.

10.1. availability zone list

List availability zones and their status

Usage:

openstack availability zone list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                        [-c COLUMN]
                                        [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                        [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                        [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                        [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                        [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                        [--compute] [--network] [--volume]
                                        [--long]

Table 10.1. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--compute

List compute availability zones

--network

List network availability zones

--volume

List volume availability zones

--long

List additional fields in output

Table 10.2. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 10.3. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 10.4. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 10.5. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

Chapter 11. baremetal

This chapter describes the commands under the baremetal command.

11.1. baremetal allocation create

Create a new baremetal allocation.

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation create [-h]
                                             [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                             [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                             [--prefix PREFIX]
                                             [--max-width <integer>]
                                             [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                             [--resource-class RESOURCE_CLASS]
                                             [--trait TRAITS]
                                             [--candidate-node CANDIDATE_NODES]
                                             [--name NAME] [--uuid UUID]
                                             [--owner OWNER]
                                             [--extra <key=value>]
                                             [--wait [<time-out>]]
                                             [--node NODE]

Table 11.1. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--resource-class RESOURCE_CLASS

Resource class to request.

--trait TRAITS

A trait to request. can be specified multiple times.

--candidate-node CANDIDATE_NODES

A candidate node for this allocation. can be specified multiple times. If at least one is specified, only the provided candidate nodes are considered for the allocation.

--name NAME

Unique name of the allocation.

--uuid UUID

Uuid of the allocation.

--owner OWNER

Owner of the allocation.

--extra <key=value>

Record arbitrary key/value metadata. can be specified multiple times.

--wait [<time-out>]

Wait for the new allocation to become active. an error is returned if allocation fails and --wait is used. Optionally takes a timeout value (in seconds). The default value is 0, meaning it will wait indefinitely.

--node NODE

Backfill this allocation from the provided node that has already been deployed. Bypasses the normal allocation process.

Table 11.2. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.3. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.4. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.5. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.2. baremetal allocation delete

Unregister baremetal allocation(s).

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation delete [-h]
                                             <allocation> [<allocation> ...]

Table 11.6. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<allocation>

Allocations(s) to delete (name or uuid).

Table 11.7. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

11.3. baremetal allocation list

List baremetal allocations.

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation list [-h]
                                           [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                           [-c COLUMN]
                                           [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                           [--noindent]
                                           [--max-width <integer>]
                                           [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                           [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                           [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                           [--limit <limit>]
                                           [--marker <allocation>]
                                           [--sort <key>[:<direction>]]
                                           [--node <node>]
                                           [--resource-class <resource_class>]
                                           [--state <state>] [--owner <owner>]
                                           [--long | --fields <field> [<field> ...]]

Table 11.8. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--limit <limit>

Maximum number of allocations to return per request, 0 for no limit. Default is the maximum number used by the Baremetal API Service.

--marker <allocation>

Allocation uuid (for example, of the last allocation in the list from a previous request). Returns the list of allocations after this UUID.

--sort <key>[:<direction>]

Sort output by specified allocation fields and directions (asc or desc) (default: asc). Multiple fields and directions can be specified, separated by comma.

--node <node>

Only list allocations of this node (name or uuid).

--resource-class <resource_class>

Only list allocations with this resource class.

--state <state>

Only list allocations in this state.

--owner <owner>

Only list allocations with this owner.

--long

Show detailed information about the allocations.

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more allocation fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server. Can not be used when -- long is specified.

Table 11.9. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.10. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.11. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.12. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.4. baremetal allocation set

Set baremetal allocation properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation set [-h] [--name <name>]
                                          [--extra <key=value>]
                                          <allocation>

Table 11.13. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<allocation>

Name or uuid of the allocation

Table 11.14. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

Set the name of the allocation

--extra <key=value>

Extra property to set on this allocation (repeat option to set multiple extra properties)

11.5. baremetal allocation show

Show baremetal allocation details.

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation show [-h]
                                           [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                           [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                           [--prefix PREFIX]
                                           [--max-width <integer>]
                                           [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                           [--fields <field> [<field> ...]]
                                           <id>

Table 11.15. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<id>

Uuid or name of the allocation

Table 11.16. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more allocation fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server.

Table 11.17. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.18. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.19. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.20. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.6. baremetal allocation unset

Unset baremetal allocation properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal allocation unset [-h] [--name] [--extra <key>]
                                            <allocation>

Table 11.21. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<allocation>

Name or uuid of the allocation

Table 11.22. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name

Unset the name of the allocation

--extra <key>

Extra property to unset on this baremetal allocation (repeat option to unset multiple extra property).

11.7. baremetal chassis create

Create a new chassis.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis create [-h]
                                          [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                          [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                          [--prefix PREFIX]
                                          [--max-width <integer>]
                                          [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                          [--description <description>]
                                          [--extra <key=value>]
                                          [--uuid <uuid>]

Table 11.23. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--description <description>

Description for the chassis

--extra <key=value>

Record arbitrary key/value metadata. can be specified multiple times.

--uuid <uuid>

Unique uuid of the chassis

Table 11.24. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.25. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.26. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.27. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.8. baremetal chassis delete

Delete a chassis.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis delete [-h] <chassis> [<chassis> ...]

Table 11.28. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<chassis>

Uuids of chassis to delete

Table 11.29. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

11.9. baremetal chassis list

List the chassis.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                        [-c COLUMN]
                                        [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                        [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                        [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                        [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                        [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                        [--fields <field> [<field> ...]]
                                        [--limit <limit>] [--long]
                                        [--marker <chassis>]
                                        [--sort <key>[:<direction>]]

Table 11.30. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more chassis fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server. Cannot be used when --long is specified.

--limit <limit>

Maximum number of chassis to return per request, 0 for no limit. Default is the maximum number used by the Baremetal API Service.

--long

Show detailed information about the chassis

--marker <chassis>

Chassis uuid (for example, of the last chassis in the list from a previous request). Returns the list of chassis after this UUID.

--sort <key>[:<direction>]

Sort output by specified chassis fields and directions (asc or desc) (default: asc). Multiple fields and directions can be specified, separated by comma.

Table 11.31. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.32. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.33. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.34. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.10. baremetal chassis set

Set chassis properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis set [-h] [--description <description>]
                                       [--extra <key=value>]
                                       <chassis>

Table 11.35. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<chassis>

Uuid of the chassis

Table 11.36. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--description <description>

Set the description of the chassis

--extra <key=value>

Extra to set on this chassis (repeat option to set multiple extras)

11.11. baremetal chassis show

Show chassis details.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis show [-h]
                                        [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                        [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                        [--prefix PREFIX]
                                        [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                        [--print-empty]
                                        [--fields <field> [<field> ...]]
                                        <chassis>

Table 11.37. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<chassis>

Uuid of the chassis

Table 11.38. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more chassis fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server.

Table 11.39. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.40. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.41. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.42. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.12. baremetal chassis unset

Unset chassis properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal chassis unset [-h] [--description] [--extra <key>]
                                         <chassis>

Table 11.43. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<chassis>

Uuid of the chassis

Table 11.44. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--description

Clear the chassis description

--extra <key>

Extra to unset on this chassis (repeat option to unset multiple extras)

11.13. baremetal conductor list

List baremetal conductors

Usage:

openstack baremetal conductor list [-h]
                                          [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                          [-c COLUMN]
                                          [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                          [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                          [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                          [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                          [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                          [--limit <limit>]
                                          [--marker <conductor>]
                                          [--sort <key>[:<direction>]]
                                          [--long | --fields <field> [<field> ...]]

Table 11.45. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--limit <limit>

Maximum number of conductors to return per request, 0 for no limit. Default is the maximum number used by the Baremetal API Service.

--marker <conductor>

Hostname of the conductor (for example, of the last conductor in the list from a previous request). Returns the list of conductors after this conductor.

--sort <key>[:<direction>]

Sort output by specified conductor fields and directions (asc or desc) (default: asc). Multiple fields and directions can be specified, separated by comma.

--long

Show detailed information about the conductors.

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more conductor fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server. Can not be used when -- long is specified.

Table 11.46. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.47. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.48. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.49. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.14. baremetal conductor show

Show baremetal conductor details

Usage:

openstack baremetal conductor show [-h]
                                          [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                          [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                          [--prefix PREFIX]
                                          [--max-width <integer>]
                                          [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                          [--fields <field> [<field> ...]]
                                          <conductor>

Table 11.50. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<conductor>

Hostname of the conductor

Table 11.51. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more conductor fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server.

Table 11.52. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.53. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.54. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.55. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.15. baremetal create

Create resources from files

Usage:

openstack baremetal create [-h] <file> [<file> ...]

Table 11.56. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<file>

File (.yaml or .json) containing descriptions of the resources to create. Can be specified multiple times.

Table 11.57. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

11.16. baremetal deploy template create

Create a new deploy template

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template create [-h]
                                                  [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                                  [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                                  [--prefix PREFIX]
                                                  [--max-width <integer>]
                                                  [--fit-width]
                                                  [--print-empty]
                                                  [--uuid <uuid>]
                                                  [--extra <key=value>]
                                                  --steps <steps>
                                                  <name>

Table 11.58. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<name>

Unique name for this deploy template. must be a valid trait name

Table 11.59. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--uuid <uuid>

Uuid of the deploy template.

--extra <key=value>

Record arbitrary key/value metadata. can be specified multiple times.

--steps <steps>

The deploy steps. may be the path to a yaml file containing the deploy steps; OR -, with the deploy steps being read from standard input; OR a JSON string. The value should be a list of deploy-step dictionaries; each dictionary should have keys interface, step, args and priority.

Table 11.60. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.61. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.62. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.63. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.17. baremetal deploy template delete

Delete deploy template(s).

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template delete [-h]
                                                  <template> [<template> ...]

Table 11.64. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<template>

Name(s) or uuid(s) of the deploy template(s) to delete.

Table 11.65. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

11.18. baremetal deploy template list

List baremetal deploy templates.

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template list [-h]
                                                [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                                [-c COLUMN]
                                                [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                                [--noindent]
                                                [--max-width <integer>]
                                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                                [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                                [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                                [--limit <limit>]
                                                [--marker <template>]
                                                [--sort <key>[:<direction>]]
                                                [--long | --fields <field> [<field> ...]]

Table 11.66. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--limit <limit>

Maximum number of deploy templates to return per request, 0 for no limit. Default is the maximum number used by the Baremetal API Service.

--marker <template>

Deploytemplate uuid (for example, of the last deploy template in the list from a previous request). Returns the list of deploy templates after this UUID.

--sort <key>[:<direction>]

Sort output by specified deploy template fields and directions (asc or desc) (default: asc). Multiple fields and directions can be specified, separated by comma.

--long

Show detailed information about deploy templates.

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more deploy template fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server. Can not be used when --long is specified.

Table 11.67. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.68. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.69. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.70. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.19. baremetal deploy template set

Set baremetal deploy template properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template set [-h] [--name <name>]
                                               [--steps <steps>]
                                               [--extra <key=value>]
                                               <template>

Table 11.71. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<template>

Name or uuid of the deploy template

Table 11.72. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--name <name>

Set unique name of the deploy template. must be a valid trait name.

--steps <steps>

The deploy steps. may be the path to a yaml file containing the deploy steps; OR -, with the deploy steps being read from standard input; OR a JSON string. The value should be a list of deploy-step dictionaries; each dictionary should have keys interface, step, args and priority.

--extra <key=value>

Extra to set on this baremetal deploy template (repeat option to set multiple extras).

11.20. baremetal deploy template show

Show baremetal deploy template details.

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template show [-h]
                                                [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                                [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                                [--prefix PREFIX]
                                                [--max-width <integer>]
                                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                                [--fields <field> [<field> ...]]
                                                <template>

Table 11.73. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<template>

Name or uuid of the deploy template.

Table 11.74. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--fields <field> [<field> …​]

One or more deploy template fields. only these fields will be fetched from the server.

Table 11.75. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.76. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.77. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.78. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.21. baremetal deploy template unset

Unset baremetal deploy template properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal deploy template unset [-h] [--extra <key>]
                                                 <template>

Table 11.79. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<template>

Name or uuid of the deploy template

Table 11.80. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--extra <key>

Extra to unset on this baremetal deploy template (repeat option to unset multiple extras).

11.22. baremetal driver list

List the enabled drivers.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver list [-h] [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                       [-c COLUMN]
                                       [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                       [--noindent] [--max-width <integer>]
                                       [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                       [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                       [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                       [--type <type>] [--long]

Table 11.81. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--type <type>

Type of driver ("classic" or "dynamic"). the default is to list all of them.

--long

Show detailed information about the drivers.

Table 11.82. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.83. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.84. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.85. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.23. baremetal driver passthru call

Call a vendor passthru method for a driver.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver passthru call [-h]
                                                [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                                [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                                [--prefix PREFIX]
                                                [--max-width <integer>]
                                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                                [--arg <key=value>]
                                                [--http-method <http-method>]
                                                <driver> <method>

Table 11.86. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<driver>

Name of the driver.

<method>

Vendor passthru method to be called.

Table 11.87. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--arg <key=value>

Argument to pass to the passthru method (repeat option to specify multiple arguments).

--http-method <http-method>

The http method to use in the passthru request. one of DELETE, GET, PATCH, POST, PUT. Defaults to POST.

Table 11.88. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.89. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.90. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.91. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.24. baremetal driver passthru list

List available vendor passthru methods for a driver.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver passthru list [-h]
                                                [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                                [-c COLUMN]
                                                [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                                [--noindent]
                                                [--max-width <integer>]
                                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                                [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                                [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                                <driver>

Table 11.92. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<driver>

Name of the driver.

Table 11.93. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 11.94. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.95. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.96. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.97. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.25. baremetal driver property list

List the driver properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver property list [-h]
                                                [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                                [-c COLUMN]
                                                [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                                [--noindent]
                                                [--max-width <integer>]
                                                [--fit-width] [--print-empty]
                                                [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                                [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                                <driver>

Table 11.98. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<driver>

Name of the driver.

Table 11.99. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 11.100. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.101. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.102. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.103. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.26. baremetal driver raid property list

List a driver’s RAID logical disk properties.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver raid property list [-h]
                                                     [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                                     [-c COLUMN]
                                                     [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                                     [--noindent]
                                                     [--max-width <integer>]
                                                     [--fit-width]
                                                     [--print-empty]
                                                     [--sort-column SORT_COLUMN]
                                                     [--sort-ascending | --sort-descending]
                                                     <driver>

Table 11.104. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<driver>

Name of the driver.

Table 11.105. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 11.106. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}, --format {csv,json,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

--sort-column SORT_COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to sort the data (columns specified first have a priority, non-existing columns are ignored), can be repeated

--sort-ascending

Sort the column(s) in ascending order

--sort-descending

Sort the column(s) in descending order

Table 11.107. CSV formatter options
ValueSummary

--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}

When to include quotes, defaults to nonnumeric

Table 11.108. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.109. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.27. baremetal driver show

Show information about a driver.

Usage:

openstack baremetal driver show [-h] [-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}]
                                       [-c COLUMN] [--noindent]
                                       [--prefix PREFIX]
                                       [--max-width <integer>] [--fit-width]
                                       [--print-empty]
                                       <driver>

Table 11.110. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

<driver>

Name of the driver.

Table 11.111. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

Table 11.112. Output formatter options
ValueSummary

-f {json,shell,table,value,yaml}, --format {json,shell,table,value,yaml}

The output format, defaults to table

-c COLUMN, --column COLUMN

Specify the column(s) to include, can be repeated to show multiple columns

Table 11.113. JSON formatter options
ValueSummary

--noindent

Whether to disable indenting the json

Table 11.114. Shell formatter options
ValueSummary

--prefix PREFIX

Add a prefix to all variable names

Table 11.115. Table formatter options
ValueSummary

--max-width <integer>

Maximum display width, <1 to disable. you can also use the CLIFF_MAX_TERM_WIDTH environment variable, but the parameter takes precedence.

--fit-width

Fit the table to the display width. implied if --max- width greater than 0. Set the environment variable CLIFF_FIT_WIDTH=1 to always enable

--print-empty

Print empty table if there is no data to show.

11.28. baremetal introspection abort

Abort running introspection for node.

Usage:

openstack baremetal introspection abort [-h] node

Table 11.116. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

node

Baremetal node uuid or name

Table 11.117. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

11.29. baremetal introspection data save

Save or display raw introspection data.

Usage:

openstack baremetal introspection data save [-h] [--file <filename>]
                                                   [--unprocessed]
                                                   node

Table 11.118. Positional arguments
ValueSummary

node

Baremetal node uuid or name

Table 11.119. Command arguments
ValueSummary

-h, --help

Show this help message and exit

--file <filename>

Downloaded introspection data filename (default: stdout)

--unprocessed

Download the unprocessed data

11.30. baremetal introspection interface list

List interface data including attached switch port information.

Usage:

openstack baremetal introspection interface list [-h]
                                                        [-f {csv,json,table,value,yaml}]
                                                        [-c COLUMN]
                                                        [--quote {all,minimal,none,nonnumeric}]
                                                        [--noindent]