drydock_client - client for drydock_provisioner RESTful API¶
The drydock_client module can be used to access a remote (or local) Drydock REST API server. It supports tokenized authentication and marking API calls with an external context marker for log aggregation.
It is composed of two parts - a DrydockSession which denotes the call context for the API and a DrydockClient which gives access to actual API calls.
The usage pattern for drydock_client is to build a DrydockSession with your credentials and the target host. Then use this session to build a DrydockClient to make one or more API calls. The DrydockSession will care for TCP connection pooling and header management:
import drydock_provisioner.drydock_client.client as client import drydock_provisioner.drydock_client.session as session dd_session = session.DrydockSession('host.com', port=9000, token='abc123') dd_client = client.DrydockClient(dd_session) drydock_task = dd_client.get_task('ba44e582-6b26-11e7-81cc-080027ef795a')
Drydock Client Method API¶
drydock_client.client.DrydockClient supports the following methods for accessing the Drydock RESTful API
Return a list of UUID-formatted design IDs
Provide a UUID-formatted design ID, receive back a dictionary representing an objects.site.SiteDesign instance. You can provide the kwarg ‘source’ with the value of ‘compiled’ to see the site design after inheritance is applied.
Create a new design. Optionally provide a new base design (by UUID-formatted design_id) that the new design uses as the starting state. Receive back a UUID-formatted string of design_id
Get the attributes of a particular design part. Provide the design_id the part
is loaded in, the kind (one of
BaremetalNode and the part key
(i.e. name). You can provide the kwarg ‘source’ with the value of ‘compiled’ to
see the site design after inheritance is applied.
Parse a provided YAML string and load the parts into the provided design context
Get a list of all task ids
Get the attributes of the task identified by the provided task_id
Create a task to execute the provided action on the provided design context