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usage

adding hosts

$ storm add [-h]  [--id_file ID_FILE] name connection_uri

where -h, id_file are optional arguments.

example

$ storm add my_vps root@emreyilmaz.me:22
my_vps added to your ssh config. you can connect it by typing "ssh my_vps".
example with id file::
$ storm add my_vps root@emreyilmaz.me:22 --id_file=--id_file=/Users/myusername/mykey.pem my_vps added to your ssh config. you can connect it by typing "ssh my_vps".

editing hosts

storm edit [-h] [--id_file ID_FILE] name connection_uri

Where -h, id_file are optional arguments.

example:

$ storm edit my_vps emre@emreyilmaz.me:2400
"my_vps" updated successfully.

updating multiple hosts all at once using regular expressions

storm update [-h] [--connection_uri CONNECTION_URI] [--id_file ID_FILE] name

Where -h, id_file and connection_uri are optional arguments.

example:

$ storm update my_vps-[1-5] --o user=emre
"my_vps-[1-5]" updated successfully.

deleting hosts

$ storm delete name

example:

$ storm delete my_vps
success hostname "my_vps" deleted successfully.

searching hosts

$ storm search git
Listing results for git:
  github -> emre@github.com:22

listing hosts

$ storm list
Listing hosts:
  vps -> 22@emreyilmaz.me:22
  netscaler -> root@127.0.0.1:8081

deleting all hosts

$ storm delete_all
all entries deleted.

custom ssh config directives

storm does not wrap/cover all of the SSHConfig directives since there is a billion of them. But, other than adding it manually to your ssh config file, you can use --o parameter to accomplish this.

It works both add and edit sub commands.

$ storm add web-prod web@webprod.com --o "StrictHostKeyChecking=no" --o "UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null"

command aliases

create a config file in /home/$user/.stormssh/config:

{
    "aliases": {
        "add": ["create", "touch"],
        "delete": ["rm"]
    }

}

connection uri format

defaults for user -> $USER, port -> 22 if they are not specified.

see ssh_uri_parser for further look.

web ui

you can also use the web ui instead of commandline interface:

$ storm web
$ storm web 3333
$ storm web --debug