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Knife HP

This is the official Opscode Knife plugin for HP Cloud Compute. This plugin gives knife the ability to create, bootstrap and manage instances in the HP Cloud.

Please refer to the CHANGELOG for version history.

Installation

Be sure you are running the latest version Chef. Versions earlier than 0.10.0 don't support plugins:

$ gem install chef

This plugin is distributed as a Ruby Gem. To install it, run:

$ gem install knife-hp

Depending on your system's configuration, you may need to run this command with root privileges.

Configuration

In order to communicate with HP Compute Cloud's API you will need to tell Knife the Access Key ID, the Secret Key and Tenant ID (found on the "API Keys" page). You may also override the auth URI and availability zone. The easiest way to accomplish this is to create these entries in your knife.rb file:

knife[:hp_access_key] = "Your HP Cloud Access Key ID"
knife[:hp_secret_key] = "Your HP Cloud Secret Key"
knife[:hp_tenant_id]  = "Your HP Cloud Tenant ID"
knife[:hp_auth_uri]   = "Your HP Cloud Auth URI" (optional, default is 'https://region-a.geo-1.identity.hpcloudsvc.com:35357/v2.0/')
knife[:hp_avl_zone]   = "Your HP Cloud Availability Zone" (optional, default is 'az1', choices are 'az1', 'az2' or 'az3')

If your knife.rb file will be checked into a SCM system (ie readable by others) you may want to read the values from environment variables:

knife[:hp_access_key] = "#{ENV['HP_ACCESS_KEY']}"
knife[:hp_secret_key] = "#{ENV['HP_SECRET_KEY']}"
knife[:hp_tenant_id]  = "#{ENV['HP_TENANT_ID']}"
knife[:hp_auth_uri]   = "#{ENV['HP_AUTH_URI']}"
knife[:hp_avl_zone]   = "#{ENV['HP_AVL_ZONE']}"

You also have the option of passing your HP Cloud API options from the command line:

`-A` (or `--hp-access`) your HP Cloud Access Key ID
`-K` (or `--hp-secret`) your HP Cloud Secret Key
`-T` (or `--hp-tenant`) your HP Cloud Tenant ID
`--hp-auth` your HP Cloud Auth URI (optional, default is 'https://region-a.geo-1.identity.hpcloudsvc.com:35357/v2.0/')
`-Z` (or `--hp-zone`) your HP Cloud Availability Zone (optional, default is 'az1', choices are 'az1', 'az2' or 'az3')

knife hp server create -A 'MyUsername' -K 'MyPassword' -T 'MyTenant' -f 101 -I 120 -S hpkeypair -i ~/.ssh/hpkeypair.pem -r 'role[webserver]'

Additionally the following options may be set in your knife.rb:

  • flavor
  • image
  • hp_ssh_key_id
  • template_file

Subcommands

This plugin provides the following Knife subcommands. Specific command options can be found by invoking the subcommand with a --help flag

knife hp server create

Provisions a new server in the HP Compute Cloud and then perform a Chef bootstrap (using the SSH protocol). The goal of the bootstrap is to get Chef installed on the target system so it can run Chef Client with a Chef Server. The main assumption is a baseline OS installation exists (provided by the provisioning). It is primarily intended for Chef Client systems that talk to a Chef Server. By default the server is bootstrapped using the chef-full template. This can be overridden using the -d or --template-file command options. If you do not pass a node name with -N NAME (or --node-name NAME) a name will be generated for the node.

knife hp server create -f 101 -I 9883 -S hpkeypair -i ~/.ssh/hpkeypair.pem -Z az2 -x ubuntu

knife hp server delete

Deletes an existing server in the currently configured HP Compute Cloud account. PLEASE NOTE - this does not delete the associated node and client objects from the Chef Server without using the -P or --purge option to purge the client.

knife hp server list

Outputs a list of all servers in the currently configured HP Compute Cloud account. PLEASE NOTE - this shows all instances associated with the account, some of which may not be currently managed by the Chef Server.

knife hp flavor list

Outputs a list of all flavors (hardware configuration for a server) available to the currently configured HP Compute Cloud account. Each flavor has a unique combination of virtual cores, disk space and memory capacity. This data may be useful when choosing a flavor id to pass to the knife hp server create subcommand.

knife hp image list

Outputs a list of all images available to the currently configured HP Compute Cloud account. An image is a collection of files used to create or rebuild a server. The returned list filtered and does not contain images with "(deprecated)", "(Kernel)" or "(Ramdisk)" in their names (this may be disabled with --disable-filter). This data may be useful when choosing an image id to pass to the knife hp server create subcommand.

knife hp group list

Outputs a list of the security groups available to the currently configured HP Compute Cloud account. Each group may have multiple rules. This data may be useful when choosing your security group(s) to pass to the knife hp server create subcommand.

KNOWN ISSUES

License

Author:: Matt Ray (matt@opscode.com)

Copyright:: Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Opscode, Inc.

License:: Apache License, Version 2.0

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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