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#!/usr/bin/env python
# vim: tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 softtabstop=4
# Copyright [2010] [Anso Labs, LLC]
#
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# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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"""
CLI interface for nova management.
Connects to the running ADMIN api in the api daemon.
"""
import sys
from nova import flags
from nova import utils
from nova.auth import users
from nova.compute import model
from nova.endpoint import cloud
import time
FLAGS = flags.FLAGS
class UserCommands(object):
def __init__(self):
self.manager = users.UserManager.instance()
def __print_export(self, user):
print 'export EC2_ACCESS_KEY=%s' % user.access
print 'export EC2_SECRET_KEY=%s' % user.secret
def admin(self, name, access=None, secret=None):
"""creates a new admin and prints exports
arguments: name [access] [secret]"""
user = self.manager.create_user(name, access, secret, True)
self.__print_export(user)
def create(self, name, access=None, secret=None):
"""creates a new user and prints exports
arguments: name [access] [secret]"""
user = self.manager.create_user(name, access, secret, False)
self.__print_export(user)
def delete(self, name):
"""deletes an existing user
arguments: name"""
self.manager.delete_user(name)
def exports(self, name):
"""prints access and secrets for user in export format
arguments: name"""
user = self.manager.get_user(name)
if user:
self.__print_export(user)
else:
print "User %s doesn't exist" % name
def list(self):
"""lists all users
arguments: <none>"""
for user in self.manager.get_users():
print user.name
def zip(self, name, filename='nova.zip'):
"""exports credentials for user to a zip file
arguments: name [filename='nova.zip]"""
user = self.manager.get_user(name)
if user:
with open(filename, 'w') as f:
f.write(user.get_credentials())
else:
print "User %s doesn't exist" % name
def usage(script_name):
print script_name + " category action [<args>]"
categories = [
('user', UserCommands),
]
def lazy_match(name, key_value_tuples):
"""finds all objects that have a key that case insensitively contains [name]
key_value_tuples is a list of tuples of the form (key, value)
returns a list of tuples of the form (key, value)"""
return [(k, v) for (k, v) in key_value_tuples if k.lower().find(name.lower()) == 0]
def methods_of(obj):
"""get all callable methods of an object that don't start with underscore
returns a list of tuples of the form (method_name, method)"""
return [(i, getattr(obj, i)) for i in dir(obj) if callable(getattr(obj, i)) and not i.startswith('_')]
if __name__ == '__main__':
utils.default_flagfile()
argv = FLAGS(sys.argv)
script_name = argv.pop(0)
if len(argv) < 1:
usage(script_name)
print "Available categories:"
for k, v in categories:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
category = argv.pop(0)
matches = lazy_match(category, categories)
if len(matches) == 0:
print "%s does not match any categories:" % category
for k, v in categories:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
if len(matches) > 1:
print "%s matched multiple categories:" % category
for k, v in matches:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
# instantiate the command group object
category, fn = matches[0]
command_object = fn()
actions = methods_of(command_object)
if len(argv) < 1:
usage(script_name)
print "Available actions for %s category:" % category
for k, v in actions:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
action = argv.pop(0)
matches = lazy_match(action, actions)
if len(matches) == 0:
print "%s does not match any actions" % action
for k, v in actions:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
if len(matches) > 1:
print "%s matched multiple actions:" % action
for k, v in matches:
print "\t%s" % k
sys.exit(2)
action, fn = matches[0]
# call the action with the remaining arguments
try:
fn(*argv)
except TypeError:
print "Wrong number of arguments supplied"
print "%s %s: %s" % (category, action, fn.__doc__)