Command line interface for Parallels Cloud Infrastructure (PACI) API
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pacicli is a command line interface tool for Parallels Cloud Infrastructure (PACI) API. It makes it easy to manage Containers and Virtual machines on PACI.


  • Works on most of major platforms like Linux, Windows, MacOS X etc.
  • Full API support described in the Official API Document
  • JSON, TOML output support.


Download your platform binary from Release page and put it somewhere you like.

If you'd like to build it by yourself, please use go get:

$ go get -d


  1. Retrieve your PACI API key from your Hosting Provider's web interface.

  2. Create your working directory, go into it and put Pacifile configuration file. Pacifile should have following settings.

    BaseURL  = "" # API URL
    Username = "username" # Your account name
    Password = "password" # Your API key

    You can write Pacifile both in JSON and TOML. pacicli detects its format automatically. If the file begins with { character, it's parsed as JSON. If not, parsed as TOML.

  3. Run

    pacicli list

    If you have some machiens, those would be displayed. If not, please try

    pacicli oslist

    It would show the OS list provided by the Hoster. For more command detail, please see

    pacicli help


  1. Fork (
  2. Create a feature branch
  3. Commit your changes
  4. Rebase your local changes against the master branch
  5. Run test suite with the go test ./... command and confirm that it passes
  6. Run go fmt
  7. Create new Pull Request


pacicli is under MIT license. See the LICENSE file for details.