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python-troveclient 1.3.1

Client library for OpenStack DBaaS API

Python bindings to the OpenStack Trove API

This is a client for the OpenStack Trove API. There's a Python API (the
``troveclient`` module), and a command-line script (``trove``). Each
implements 100% of the OpenStack Trove API.

See the `OpenStack CLI guide`_ for information on how to use the ``trove``
command-line tool. You may also want to look at the
`OpenStack API documentation`_.

.. _OpenStack CLI Guide:
.. _OpenStack API documentation:

The project is hosted on `Launchpad`_, where bugs can be filed. The code is
hosted on `Github`_. Patches must be submitted using `Gerrit`_, *not* Github
pull requests.

.. _Github:
.. _Releases:
.. _Launchpad:
.. _Gerrit:

This code a fork of `Jacobian's python-cloudservers`__ If you need API support
for the Rackspace API solely or the BSD license, you should use that repository.
python-troveclient is licensed under the Apache License like the rest of OpenStack.


.. contents:: Contents:

Command-line API

Installing this package gets you a shell command, ``trove``, that you
can use to interact with any Rackspace compatible API (including OpenStack).

You'll need to provide your OpenStack username and password. You can do this
with the ``--os-username``, ``--os-password`` and ``--os-tenant-name``
params, but it's easier to just set them as environment variables::

export OS_USERNAME=openstack
export OS_PASSWORD=yadayada
export OS_TENANT_NAME=myproject

You will also need to define the authentication url with ``--os-auth-url``
and the version of the API with ``--version``. Or set them as an environment
variables as well::

export OS_AUTH_URL=

Since Keystone can return multiple regions in the Service Catalog, you
can specify the one you want with ``--os-region-name`` (or
``export OS_REGION_NAME``). It defaults to the first in the list returned.

Argument ``--profile`` is available only when the osprofiler lib is installed.

You'll find complete documentation on the shell by running
``trove help``::
usage: trove [--version] [--debug] [--os-username <auth-user-name>]
[--os-password <auth-password>]
[--os-tenant-name <auth-tenant-name>]
[--os-tenant-id <auth-tenant-id>] [--os-auth-url <auth-url>]
[--os-region-name <region-name>] [--service-type <service-type>]
[--service-name <service-name>] [--bypass-url <bypass-url>]
[--database-service-name <database-service-name>]
[--endpoint-type <endpoint-type>]
[--os-database-api-version <database-api-ver>]
[--os-cacert <ca-certificate>] [--retries <retries>] [--json]
<subcommand> ...

Command-line interface to the OpenStack Trove API.

Positional arguments:
backup-copy Creates a backup from another backup.
backup-create Creates a backup of an instance.
backup-delete Deletes a backup.
backup-list Lists available backups.
backup-list-instance Lists available backups for an instance.
backup-show Shows details of a backup.
cluster-create Creates a new cluster.
cluster-delete Deletes a cluster.
cluster-instances Lists all instances of a cluster.
cluster-list Lists all the clusters.
cluster-show Shows details of a cluster.
configuration-attach Attaches a configuration group to an
configuration-create Creates a configuration group.
configuration-default Shows the default configuration of an
configuration-delete Deletes a configuration group.
configuration-detach Detaches a configuration group from an
configuration-instances Lists all instances associated with a
configuration group.
configuration-list Lists all configuration groups.
configuration-parameter-list Lists available parameters for a
configuration group.
configuration-parameter-show Shows details of a configuration parameter.
configuration-patch Patches a configuration group.
configuration-show Shows details of a configuration group.
configuration-update Updates a configuration group.
create Creates a new instance.
database-create Creates a database on an instance.
database-delete Deletes a database from an instance.
database-list Lists available databases on an instance.
datastore-list Lists available datastores.
datastore-show Shows details of a datastore.
datastore-version-list Lists available versions for a datastore.
datastore-version-show Shows details of a datastore version.
delete Deletes an instance.
detach-replica Detaches a replica instance from its
replication source.
flavor-list Lists available flavors.
flavor-show Shows details of a flavor.
limit-list Lists the limits for a tenant.
list Lists all the instances.
metadata-create Creates metadata in the database for
instance <id>.
metadata-delete Deletes metadata for instance <id>.
metadata-edit Replaces metadata value with a new one, this
is non-destructive.
metadata-list Shows all metadata for instance <id>.
metadata-show Shows metadata entry for key <key> and
instance <id>.
metadata-update Updates metadata, this is destructive.
resize-flavor [DEPRECATED] Please use resize-instance
resize-instance Resizes an instance with a new flavor.
resize-volume Resizes the volume size of an instance.
restart Restarts an instance.
root-enable Enables root for an instance and resets if
already exists.
root-show Gets status if root was ever enabled for an
secgroup-add-rule Creates a security group rule.
secgroup-delete-rule Deletes a security group rule.
secgroup-list Lists all security groups.
secgroup-list-rules Lists all rules for a security group.
secgroup-show Shows details of a security group.
show Shows details of an instance.
update Updates an instance: Edits name,
configuration, or replica source.
user-create Creates a user on an instance.
user-delete Deletes a user from an instance.
user-grant-access Grants access to a database(s) for a user.
user-list Lists the users for an instance.
user-revoke-access Revokes access to a database for a user.
user-show Shows details of a user of an instance.
user-show-access Shows access details of a user of an
user-update-attributes Updates a user's attributes on an instance.
bash-completion Prints arguments for bash_completion.
help Displays help about this program or one of
its subcommands.

Optional arguments:
--version Show program's version number and exit
--debug Print debugging output.
--os-username <auth-user-name> Defaults to env[OS_USERNAME].
--os-password <auth-password> Defaults to env[OS_PASSWORD].
--os-tenant-name <auth-tenant-name>
Defaults to env[OS_TENANT_NAME].
--os-tenant-id <auth-tenant-id>
Defaults to env[OS_TENANT_ID].
--os-auth-url <auth-url> Defaults to env[OS_AUTH_URL].
--os-region-name <region-name> Defaults to env[OS_REGION_NAME].
--service-type <service-type> Defaults to database for most actions.
--service-name <service-name> Defaults to env[TROVE_SERVICE_NAME].
--bypass-url <bypass-url> Defaults to env[TROVE_BYPASS_URL].
--database-service-name <database-service-name>
Defaults to
--endpoint-type <endpoint-type>
Defaults to env[TROVE_ENDPOINT_TYPE] or
--os-database-api-version <database-api-ver>
Accepts 1, defaults to
--os-cacert <ca-certificate> Specify a CA bundle file to use in verifying
a TLS (https) server certificate. Defaults
to env[OS_CACERT].
--retries <retries> Number of retries.
--json, --os-json-output Output JSON instead of prettyprint. Defaults
--profile HMAC_KEY HMAC key to use for encrypting context data
for performance profiling of operation. This
key should be the value of HMAC key
configured in osprofiler middleware in
Trove, it is specified in paste configure
file at /etc/trove/api-paste.ini. Without
key the profiling will not be triggered even
if osprofiler is enabled on server side.
Defaults to env[OS_PROFILE_HMACKEY].

Python API

There's also a complete Python API, but it has not yet been documented.

Quick-start using keystone::

# use v2.0 auth with")
>>> from troveclient.v1 import client
>>> nt = client.Client(USERNAME,
>>> nt.instances.list()

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