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Python bindings to the Panko API
===============================
================================
This is a client for Panko API. There's :doc:`a Python API
<api>` (the :mod:`pankoclient` module), and a :doc:`command-line script
<shell>` (installed as :program:`panko`). Each implements the entire
Panko API.
<api>` (the :mod:`pankoclient` module), and a set of event related commands
which are integrated with the OSC CLI tool. Each implements the entire Panko
API.
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installation
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osc_integrated_commands
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The OSC CLI plugins
===================
This program provides a set of event related commands which are performed by
OSC `openstack program`_. The `OpenStackClient`_ project provide a plugin
mechanism which supports loading other external projects' commands from
clients library entry points.
The event related commands begin with `openstack event` in `openstack`
command tool.
To configure the environment variables, see `openstack program`_.
.. _OpenStackClient: https://docs.openstack.org/developer/python-openstackclient
.. _openstack program: https://docs.openstack.org/developer/python-openstackclient/man/openstack.html
Examples
--------
List the capabilities of event interfaces::
openstack event capabilities list
List the events::
openstack event list
Show an event::
openstack event show <MESSAGE_ID>
List event types::
openstack event type list
List trait values of a specified event type and a trait name::
openstack event traits list <EVENT_TYPE> <TRAIT_NAME>
List traits definitions for a specified event type::
openstack event trait description <EVENT_TYPE>

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The :program:`panko` shell utility
==================================
.. program:: panko
.. highlight:: bash
The :program:`panko` shell utility interacts with Panko API
from the command line.
You'll need to provide :program:`panko` with your OpenStack credentials.
You can do this with the :option:`--os-username`, :option:`--os-password`,
:option:`--os-tenant-id` and :option:`--os-auth-url` options, but it's easier to
just set them as environment variables:
.. envvar:: OS_USERNAME
Your OpenStack username.
.. envvar:: OS_PASSWORD
Your password.
.. envvar:: OS_TENANT_NAME
Project to work on.
.. envvar:: OS_AUTH_URL
The OpenStack auth server URL (keystone).
For example, in Bash you would use::
export OS_USERNAME=user
export OS_PASSWORD=pass
export OS_TENANT_NAME=myproject
export OS_AUTH_URL=http://auth.example.com:5000/v2.0
The command line tool will attempt to reauthenticate using your provided credentials
for every request. You can override this behavior by manually supplying an auth
token using :option:`--panko-endpoint` and :option:`--os-auth-token`. You can alternatively
set these environment variables::
export PANKO_ENDPOINT=http://panko.example.org:8041
export OS_AUTH_PLUGIN=token
export OS_AUTH_TOKEN=3bcc3d3a03f44e3d8377f9247b0ad155
Also, if the server doesn't support authentication, you can provide
:option:`--os-auth-plugon` panko-noauth, :option:`--panko-endpoint`, :option:`--user-id`
and :option:`--project-id`. You can alternatively set these environment variables::
export OS_AUTH_PLUGIN=panko-noauth
export PANKO_ENDPOINT=http://panko.example.org:8041
export PANKO_USER_ID=99aae-4dc2-4fbc-b5b8-9688c470d9cc
export PANKO_PROJECT_ID=c8d27445-48af-457c-8e0d-1de7103eae1f
From there, all shell commands take the form::
panko <command> [arguments...]
Run :program:`panko help` to get a full list of all possible commands,
and run :program:`panko help <command>` to get detailed help for that
command.
Examples
--------
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