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resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm [-h] --token-file TOKEN_FILE --zone ZONE [--log-level LOG_LEVEL] {create,delete,delete-free-floating-ips} ...

Positional Arguments

resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm create

Create an instance in IBM Cloud

resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete

Delete instance by it's name from IBM Cloud

resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete-free-floating-ips

Clean all IPs without an assigned VM

COMMAND 'resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm create'

usage: resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm create [-h] --playbook PLAYBOOK --image-uuid
                                   IMAGE_UUID --vpc-id VPC_ID
                                   --security-group-id SECURITY_GROUP_ID
                                   --ssh-key-id SSH_KEY_ID --instance-type
                                   [--floating-ip-name FLOATING_IP_NAME]
                                   [--no-floating-ip] --subnets-ids
                                   SUBNETS_IDS [SUBNETS_IDS ...]


OPTIONS 'resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm create'

--playbook PLAYBOOK

Path to playbook

--image-uuid IMAGE_UUID
--vpc-id VPC_ID
--security-group-id SECURITY_GROUP_ID
--ssh-key-id SSH_KEY_ID
--instance-type INSTANCE_TYPE

e.g. cz2-2x4

--floating-ip-name FLOATING_IP_NAME

Don't use floating IPs (for VPN)

--subnets-ids SUBNETS_IDS [SUBNETS_IDS ...]

Space separated list of subnets ids. In case zones are different than a basic zone, then specify subnet id with zone colon separated like this: zone-1:subnet-id-1 zone-2:subnet-id-2

COMMAND 'resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete'

usage: resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete [-h] name


COMMAND 'resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete-free-floating-ips'

usage: resalloc-ibm-cloud-vm delete-free-floating-ips [-h]


--token-file TOKEN_FILE

Path to IBM cloud token file

--zone ZONE

default IBM Cloud zone. e.g. jp-tok, us-east, us-west, ...

--log-level LOG_LEVEL


Copr team <copr-team@redhat.com>


2024-02-28 resalloc-ibm-cloud 1.0 Generated Python Manual