LakeEffect OpenStack cli
This docker image is specifically for use on the UB CCR LakeEffect Cloud. This is an alternative to using the python environment as explained on the UB Help page
You will still need to use that link to set up your API Key (start from step 2)
Clone this repository, then:
# Build a local docker image docker build -t plessbd/lakeeffect-cli .
docker pull plessbd/lakeeffect-cli
After building or pulling from docker hub you will need to create a env file. A sample can be found in envfile.sample
OS_PROJECT_NAME='your project name' OS_USERNAME='your username' OS_API_KEY='your API key'
If you work with multiple projects
Set your token (makes things faster)
By default this will always try to get a new token, this is not the best thing to do. So the following will set your token and reuse it.
NOTE: If you get errors after a while you can rerun the
refresh token command and replace it in the
NOTE: the following commands assume you have a scratch sub directory
docker run -it --rm -v $(pwd)/scratch:/scratch --env-file envfile plessbd/lakeeffect-cli refresh token echo "OS_TOKEN='"`cat scratch/OS_TOKEN`"'" >> envfile
If you don't want to set this in your env file, and you always mount /scratch as long as there is a file called OS_TOKEN in there it will use that. So use as you please.
Run one off commands using:
docker run -it --rm --env-file envfile plessbd/lakeeffect-cli openstack server list
If you are going to have to run multiple commands just drop into the shell
docker -h 'le-os' run -ti --rm --env-file envfile plessbd/lakeeffect-cli
Simplify your typing with aliases
# Get into a shell to run openstack commands alias leshell='docker run -it --rm -v $(pwd):/scratch --env-file $(pwd)/envfile plessbd/lakeeffect-cli' # Make it look like you're running openstack locally alias lakeeffect='leshell openstack'