Utility library for managing HP Proliant servers (used in Ironic iLO drivers).
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README.md

proliantutils

proliantutils is a set of utility libraries for interfacing and managing various components (like iLO, HPSSA) for HPE Proliant Servers. This library is used by iLO drivers in Ironic for managing Proliant Servers (though the library can be used by anyone who wants to manage HPE Proliant servers).

Please use launchpad_ to report bugs and ask questions.

.. _launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/proliantutils

Installation

Install the module from PyPI_. If you are using Ironic, install the module on Ironic conductor node::

pip install proliantutils

.. _PyPI: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/proliantutils

Some GNU/Linux distributions provide python-proliantutils package.

Usage

iLO


For interfacing with the iLO, use *IloClient* object::

  >>> from proliantutils.ilo import client
  >>> ilo_client = client.IloClient('10.10.1.57', 'Administrator', 'password')
  >>> ilo_client.get_host_power_status()
  'OFF'
  >>>

For operations supported on the client object, please refer
*proliantutils.ilo.operations*.