bkr-system-modify - Man Page

Modify system attributes

Synopsis

bkr system-modify [options] <fqdn> ..

Description

Modify attributes of Beaker systems.

New in version 0.19.

Options

--owner <username>

Change the system owner to <username>.

--condition <condition>

Change the system condition to <condition>. Valid values are Automated, Manual, Broken, and Removed.

--host-hypervisor <type>

Change the system's host hypervisor type to <type>.

For systems which are virtualized, this field indicates which virtualization technology is used by the host. An empty value indicates that the system is bare metal (not a virtual guest).

--pool-policy <poolname>

Change the active access policy to that of the system pool <pool>. The system must be in the pool to use its policy. This must be specified only once, and is mutually exclusive with --use-custom-policy.

--use-custom-policy

Change the active access policy to that of the system's custom access policy. This must be specified only once, and is mutually exclusive with --pool-policy.

--location <location>

Physical location of the system.

--power-type <power-type>

Remote power control type. This value must be a valid power type configured by the Beaker administrator (or one of the Beaker defaults).

--power-address <power-address>

Address passed to the power control script.

--power-user <power-user>

Username passed to the power control script.

--power-password <power-password>

Password passed to the power control script.

--power-id <power-id>

Unique identifier passed to the power control script. The meaning of the power ID depends on which power type is selected. Typically this field identifies a particular plug, socket, port, or virtual guest name.

--power-quiescent-period <seconds>

Quiescent period for power control. Beaker will delay at least this long between consecutive power commands.

--release-action <release-action>

Action to take whenever a reservation for this system is returned: PowerOff, LeaveOn, ReProvision.

Common bkr options are described in the Options section of bkr(1).

Exit Status

Non-zero on error, otherwise zero.

Examples

Modify the owner of a particular system to jdoe:

bkr system-modify --owner jdoe test.system.fqdn

Change the active access policy of the system to use mypool's policy:

bkr system-modify --pool-policy mypool test.system.fqdn

See Also

bkr(1)

Author

The Beaker team <beaker-devel@lists.fedorahosted.org>

Referenced By

bkr(1).

Feb 17, 2021 28.2 Beaker