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Change clusterlauncher to be imagelauncher

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commit 78e274fd72f3351cce5c81a9360a76d4ee1378fc 1 parent a367f05
Joaquin Casares authored
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24 README.md
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-# Cassandra Launcher (and Cluster Launcher)
+# Cassandra Launcher (and Plain Image Launcher)
This project has two offerings. They are:
1. Cassandra Launcher - An easy to use, interactive command line interface that allows you to deterministically launch a DataStax Community or DataStax Enterprise cluster in under a minute. This component also comes with a fully scriptable interface for cluster launches straight from the command line.
-2. Cluster Launcher - A great tool that combines both Amazon's EC2 and Rackspace's Cloudservers into a single tool that allows for deterministicly easy clustering, keyless ssh, and interactive prompts for choosing your environment. No longer must you search for images IDs or wait past page reloads for a cluster since this is all done on the client side.
+2. Plain Image Launcher - A great tool that combines both Amazon's EC2 and Rackspace's Cloudservers into a single tool that allows for deterministicly easy clustering, keyless ssh, and interactive prompts for choosing your environment. No longer must you search for images IDs or wait past page reloads for a cluster since this is all done on the client side.
## Installation
@@ -27,19 +27,19 @@ Exit the program and edit `~/.clusterlauncher.conf` with your appropriate authen
cassandralauncher
-## EC2/RAX Plain Cluster Launcher
+## EC2/RAX Plain Image Launcher
- clusterlauncher
+ imagelauncher
## To destroy
-Either run `cassandralauncher` or `clusterlauncher` again.
+Either run `cassandralauncher` or `imagelauncher` again.
* With `cassandralauncher`:
* Select Cluster, Confirm.
-* With `clusterlauncher`:
+* With `imagelauncher`:
* Select EC2 or RAX, Destroy, Cluster, Confirm.
@@ -123,12 +123,12 @@ present the option to kill a cluster these tools did not launch.
Termination command complete.
-## Sample Run for Cluster Launcher
+## Sample Run for Plain Image Launcher
- host1:~ joaquin$ clusterlauncher
+ host1:~ joaquin$ imagelauncher
Using configuration file: /root/.clusterlauncher.conf
- Welcome to the Cluster Launcher!
+ Welcome to the Plain Image Launcher!
The easiest way to interface with Amazon's EC2 and Rackspace's CloudServers
and produce a plain instance (or cluster) in under 5 minutes!
@@ -184,10 +184,10 @@ present the option to kill a cluster these tools did not launch.
- host1:~ joaquin$ clusterlauncher
+ host1:~ joaquin$ imagelauncher
Using configuration file: /root/.clusterlauncher.conf
- Welcome to the Cluster Launcher!
+ Welcome to the Plain Image Launcher!
The easiest way to interface with Amazon's EC2 and Rackspace's CloudServers
and produce a plain instance (or cluster) in under 5 minutes!
@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ Run:
cassandralauncher -h
-to display all options. `clusterlauncher` does not have this functionality, but is easily scriptable at the Python level calling ec2.py or rax.py. See `clusterlauncher.py` for how to do this.
+to display all options. `imagelauncher` does not have this functionality, but is easily scriptable at the Python level calling ec2.py or rax.py. See `clusterlauncher.py` for how to do this.
## FAQ
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2  cassandralauncher/clusterlauncher.py
@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ def printConnections(user, private_ips, public_ips, pem_file=False):
def main():
print "Using configuration file: %s" % config.get('Internal', 'last_location')
print
- print "Welcome to the Cluster Launcher!"
+ print "Welcome to the Plain Image Launcher!"
print " The easiest way to interface with Amazon's EC2 and Rackspace's CloudServers"
print " and produce a plain instance (or cluster) in under 5 minutes!"
print
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0  scripts/clusterlauncher → scripts/imagelauncher
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6 setup.py
@@ -14,20 +14,20 @@
long_description = """CassandraLauncher contains two parts:
1. `cassandralauncher` is accessible straight from the command line and launches a Cassandra cluster for you.
-2. `clusterlauncher` is also accessible from the command line and provides a user interface for AWS and RAX.
+2. `imagelauncher` is also accessible from the command line and provides a user interface for AWS and RAX.
Both run off of a config: clusterlauncher.conf.
"""
setup(name='CassandraLauncher',
- version='1.12-0',
+ version='1.13-0',
description='Command line utilities for launching Cassandra clusters in EC2',
long_description=long_description,
author='Joaquin Casares',
author_email='joaquin.casares AT gmail.com',
url='http://www.github.com/joaquincasares/cassandralauncher',
packages=['cassandralauncher'],
- scripts=['scripts/cassandralauncher', 'scripts/clusterlauncher'],
+ scripts=['scripts/cassandralauncher', 'scripts/imagelauncher'],
package_data={'': ['README.md']},
data_files=[('/etc/cassandralauncher', ['cassandralauncher/clusterlauncher.conf', 'cassandralauncher/datastax_ssh'])],
keywords="apache cassandra datastax cluster clustertools cloud cloudservers rackspace ec2 aws on-demand",
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