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This repository will be used to house the python-redfish library, a reference implementation to enable Python developers to communicate with the Redfish API (http://www.dmtf.org/standards/redfish).
STATUS: Work in progress, ready for proof of concept. The current Redfish specification revision is 1.0.0 - Note that the mockup is still at version 0.99.0a and may not reflect what the standard provides fully
The full documentation is available at http://pythonhosted.org/python-redfish/installation.html
This project follows the same convention as OpenStack projects, eg. using pbr for build and test automation:
doc/ # Documentation doc/source # The doc source files live here doc/build/html # Output of building any docs will go here dmtf # Reference documents and mockup provided by the DMTF examples/ # Any sample code using this library, eg. for education # should be put here pbconf # Project builder file to build rpm/deb packages for # distributions redfish/ # The redfish library itself redfish/tests/ # python-redfish unit test suite redfish-client # Client tool to manage redfish devices
To use the enclosed examples, you will need Python 2.7 or Python 3.4 (https://www.python.org/downloads/). Note that Python 2.7.9 enforces greater SSL verification requiring server certificates be installed. Parameters to relax the requirements are available in the library, but these configurations are discouraged due to security.
Python requirements are listed in requirements.txt; additional requirements for running the unit test suite are listed in test-requirements.txt.
Note: Running tests requires Docker engine.
Note: The program was tested with Python 2.7.10 and 3.4.2 however it might work as well with all Python 3 releases.
The source code is available on github and can be retrieved using:
git clone https://github.com/openstack/python-redfish.git
Please refer to the following link.
Distribution list: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please look at dmtf/README.rst file.