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Author image Heince Kurniawan

NAME

Ovirt - Bindings for oVirt REST API

VERSION

Version 0.06

SYNOPSIS

 use Ovirt::VM;
 use Ovirt::Template;
 use Ovirt::Cluster;
 use Ovirt::Host;
 use Ovirt::Display;

 my %con = (
            username                => 'admin',
            password                => 'password',
            manager                 => 'ovirt-mgr.example.com',
            api_output              => 'xml', # optional, default to json
            vm_output_attrs         => 'id,name,state,description', # optional
            cluster_output_attrs    => 'id,name,cpu_id,cpu_arch,description', # optional
 );

 my $vm         = Ovirt::VM         ->new(%con);
 my $cluster    = Ovirt::Cluster    ->new(%con);
 my $template   = Ovirt::Template   ->new(%con);
 my $host       = Ovirt::Host       ->new(%con);

 # return xml output / json
 print $vm->list_xml;   
 print $vm->list_json;                           

 # list attributes based on 'vm_output_attrs'
 print $vm      ->list;
 print $cluster ->list;
 print $template->list;
 print $host    ->list;

 # create, remove vm
 $vm->create('vm1','Default','CentOS7');
 $vm->remove('2d83bb51-9a77-432d-939c-35be207017b9');
 
 # add/remove/list vm's nic and disk
 $vm->add_disk('6efc0cfa-8495-4a96-93e5-ee490328cf48',  # vm id
                'virtio',                               # driver interface
                'cow',                                  # format
                '1073741824',                           # size
                'mydisk1',                              # disk name
                '9b952bdc-b7ec-4673-84b0-477b48945a9a'  # storage domain id
              );

 $vm->add_nic('6efc0cfa-8495-4a96-93e5-ee490328cf48',   # vm id
              'virtio',                                 # driver interface
              'nic1',                                   # nic name
              'rhevm'                                   # network name
             );
 
 # start, stop, reboot, migrate vm
 $vm->start     ('b4738b0f-b73d-4a66-baa8-2ba465d63132');
 $vm->stop      ('b4738b0f-b73d-4a66-baa8-2ba465d63132');
 $vm->reboot    ('b4738b0f-b73d-4a66-baa8-2ba465d63132');
 $vm->migrate   ('b4738b0f-b73d-4a66-baa8-2ba465d63132');

 # the output also available in hash
 # for example to print all vm name and state
 my $hash = $vm->hash_output;
 for my $array (keys $hash->{vm}) {
    print $hash->{vm}[$array]->{name} . " " . 
        $hash->{vm}[$array]->{status}->{state};
 }
 
 # we can also specify specific vm 'id' when initiating an object
 # so we can direct access the element for specific vm
 print $vm->hash_output->{name};                   
 print $vm->hash_output->{cluster}->{id};
 
 # Generate display configuration for remote viewer
 my $display = Ovirt::Display->new(%con);
 print $display->generate();

 sample spice configuration output :
 [virt-viewer]
    type=spice
    host=192.168.1.152
    port=-1
    password=+cnsq458Oq6T
    # Password is valid for 300 seconds.
    tls-port=5902
    fullscreen=0
    title=C1 : %d - Press SHIFT+F12 to Release Cursor
    enable-smartcard=0
    enable-usb-autoshare=1
    delete-this-file=1
    usb-filter=-1,-1,-1,-1,0
    tls-ciphers=DEFAULT
    host-subject=O=example.com,CN=192.168.1.152
    ca=-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\n -- output removed -- S2fE=\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----\n
    toggle-fullscreen=shift+f11
    release-cursor=shift+f12
    secure-attention=ctrl+alt+end
    secure-channels=main;inputs;cursor;playback;record;display;usbredir;smartcard

 you can save it to a file then use remote viewer to open it:
 $ remote-viewer [your saved file].vv         

Attributes

 notes :
 ro             = read only, can be specified during initialization
 rw             = read write, user can set this attribute
 rwp            = read write protected, for internal class

 username       = (ro, required) store Ovirt username
 password       = (ro, required) store Ovirt password
 manager        = (ro, required) store Ovirt Manager address
 port           = (ro) store Ovirt Manager's port (must be number)
 id             = (ro) store object id, if it's provided during initialization,
                   the rest api output will only contain attributes for this id
 domain         = (ro) store Ovirt Domain (default domain : internal)
 ssl            = (ro) if yes, use https (default is yes)
 ssl_verify     = (ro) disable host verification (default is no)
 log_severity   = (ro) store log severity level, valid value ERROR|OFF|FATAL|INFO|DEBUG|TRACE|ALL|WARN
                  (default is INFO)
 api_output     = (ro) json/xml, default is json
 not_available  = (rw) store undef or empty output string, default to 'N/A'
 url            = (rwp) store final url to be requested to Ovirt
 root_url       = (rwp) store url on each object
 log            = (rwp) store log from log4perl
 xml_output     = (rwp) store xml output from API output
 json_output    = (rwp) store json output from API output
 hash_output    = (rwp) store hash output converted from xml output

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

 You may want to check :
 - perldoc Ovirt::VM
 - perldoc Ovirt::Template
 - perldoc Ovirt::Cluster
 - perldoc Ovirt::Host
 - perldoc Ovirt::Display
 - perldoc Ovirt::DataCenter
 - perldoc Ovirt::Storage
 - perldoc Ovirt::Network

BUILD

 The Constructor, build logging, call pass_log_obj method

pass_log_obj

 it will build the log which stored to $self->log
 you can assign the severity level by assigning the log_severity 
 
 # output to console / screen
 # format : 
 # %d = current date with yyyy/MM/dd hh:mm:ss format                       
 # %p = Log Severity                                                       
 # %P = pid of the current process                                         
 # %L = Line number within the file where the log statement was issued       
 # %M = Method or function where the logging request was issued            
 # %m = The message to be logged                                           
 # %n = Newline (OS-independent)                                           
 

base_url

 return the base url

api_url

 build the final url

get_api_response

 get xml response, store to xml_output.
 the xml output is also converted to hash and stored
 at hash_output attribute.
 xml2hash somehow complaining the xml declaration, so we 
 need to skip it and use 'toString' method on the xml string
 parameter. 

set_lwp_error

 handle lwp if not success
 required args ($tx)
 

get_api_output

 handle and return output based on $self->api_output

get_json_response

 handle http get for json output
 required argument ('url')
 

get_xml_response

 handle http get for xml output
 required argument ('url')
 

list_xml

 return xml output

list_json

 return json output

trim

 trim function to remove whitespace from the start and end of the string

ltrim

 Left trim function to remove leading whitespace

rtrim

 Right trim function to remove leading whitespace

AUTHOR

 "Heince Kurniawan", C<< <"heince at cpan.org"> >>

BUGS

 Please report any bugs or feature requests to C<bug-ovirt at rt.cpan.org>, or through
 the web interface at L<http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Ovirt>.  I will be notified, and then you'll
 automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT

 You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Ovirt


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2015 "Heince Kurniawan".

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