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rackspaceknife (4) Versions 0.0.4

Installs/Configures rackspaceknife

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cookbook 'rackspaceknife', '= 0.0.4'
cookbook 'rackspaceknife', '= 0.0.4', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install rackspaceknife
knife cookbook site download rackspaceknife
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DESCRIPTION:

  • rackspacepknife.pl is a Perl command-line utility which can interact with the Rackspace API. It relies heavily upon the CPAN modules WebService::Rackspace::CloudFiles and Net::Rackspace::CloudServers.

  • In particular, rackspacepknife.pl uses WebService::Rackspace::CloudFiles to interact with the API of Rackspace's cloud storage service CloudFiles (TM).

  • Documentation for Rackspace's Cloudfiles(TM) API can be found at rackspace.

  • Documentation for Rackspace's CloudServers(TM) API can be found at rackspace. NOTE: This is currently on the TO-DO-LIST.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • The following CPAN modules and packages must be installed in order to use rackspacepknife.pl:

<pre><code> use Getopt::Declare; use Carp; use version; use IPC::Run qw ( run timeout ); use WebService::Rackspace::CloudFiles; </code></pre>

  • The cookbook is also dependent (e.g. will "knife cookbook site install") upon the following cookbooks/recipes:

<pre><code> include_recipe "perl" include_recipe "yumrepo::epel" </code></pre>

SUPPORTED OPERATING SYSTEMS:

The rackspaceknife cookbook currently supports the following Linux Distributions. This includes installing CPAN modules and package prerequisites.

  • CentOS
  • Redhat
  • Scientific
  • Debian
  • Ubuntu

NOTE ABOUT REQUIREMENTS:

The cookbook will install the packaged version of the module if available. Other wise, the module is installed via CPAN using the cpan_module resource from the Perl cookbook maintained by Opscode.

ATTRIBUTES:

  • There are currently no attributes for this cookbook.

USAGE:

  • Get the rackspaceknife.pl help menu. <pre><code> cd /usr/local/bin ./rackspaceknife.pl --help </code></pre>

  • List all containers for Rackspace Cloud Files. <pre><code> ./rackspaceknife.pl --list --user RACKSPACE_USERNAME_HERE --key RACKSPACE_API_KEY_HERE </code></pre>

  • Create a new container. <pre><code> ./rackspaceknife.pl --ncontainer NEW_CONTAINER_HERE --user RACKSPACE_USERNAME_HERE --key RACKSPACE_API_KEY_HERE </pre></code>

  • Get total bytes used for Rackspace Cloud Files. <pre><code> ./rackspaceknife.pl --tbytes --user RACKSPACE_USERNAME_HERE --key RACKSPACE_API_KEY_HERE </code></pre>

  • Get object count of given container (e.g. # of files in a container). <pre><code> ./rackspaceknife.pl --objcount CONTAINER_NAME_HERE --user RACKSPACE_USERNAME_HERE --key RACKSPACE_API_KEY_HERE </code></pre>

TO-DO-LIST:

  • Implement "bytes used per container" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "create new object" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "set metadata of object" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "create object from local file" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "fetch an object" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "fetch metadata of an object" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "download object to local file" for Rackspace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement "delete object" for RackSpace CloudFiles(TM).
  • Implement all methods provided by Net::RackSpace::CloudServers.
  • Implement ability to specify username and api key via ENVIRONMENT variables.
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Dependent cookbooks

perl >= 0.0.0

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