DEPRECATED, Client library for Panko API
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python-pankoclient/doc/source/shell.rst

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The panko shell utility

panko

The panko shell utility interacts with Panko API from the command line.

You'll need to provide panko with your OpenStack credentials. You can do this with the --os-username, --os-password, --os-tenant-id and --os-auth-url options, but it's easier to just set them as environment variables:

OS_USERNAME

Your OpenStack username.

OS_PASSWORD

Your password.

OS_TENANT_NAME

Project to work on.

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 --panko-endpoint and --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 --os-auth-plugon panko-noauth, --panko-endpoint, --user-id and --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 panko help to get a full list of all possible commands, and run panko help <command> to get detailed help for that command.

Examples

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