Libcloud 737 create dimension data load balancing driver #567
…/stop/restart server. list servers using new API, updated extra calls for VLAN and network domain. Fixed up unit tests and added new fixtures
…s to the pool and create a virtual listener on the big-ip. Added docstrings to some of the methods. todo - complete unit tests for extended methods
… empty list of members, or a NoneType for the list of members. Also creating tests for the destroy instance methods and added docstrings.
I thought that the base driver and standard API defaults
Imo, it makes sense to allow users to create load balancer without any initial members (e.g. you want to pre-allocate a balancer so you don't need to wait for the creation later on when you need it), so I will also go ahead and make the change in the base API as well.
I've done the sync upstream, merged into my fork, then the branch, so auto
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'test_dimensiondata'
But, it exists..
On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 10:08 PM, Tomaz Muraus firstname.lastname@example.org
@tonybaloney compute driver was the one causing failure. I've fixed the issue locally and will merge it shortly:
python libcloud/test/compute/test_dimensiondata.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "libcloud/test/compute/test_dimensiondata.py", line 21, in <module> from libcloud.compute.drivers.dimensiondata import DimensionDataAPIException ImportError: cannot import name DimensionDataAPIException
I will also look into the test loading code and see if it's possible to make it report more user-friendly errors.