salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone

1&1 Cloud Server Module

depends:1and1 >= 1.2.0

The module requires the 1&1 api_token to be provided. The server should also be assigned a public LAN, a private LAN, or both along with SSH key pairs. ...

Set up the cloud configuration at /etc/salt/cloud.providers or /etc/salt/cloud.providers.d/oneandone.conf:

my-oneandone-config:
  driver: oneandone
  # The 1&1 api token
  api_token: <your-token>
  # SSH private key filename
  ssh_private_key: /path/to/private_key
  # SSH public key filename
  ssh_public_key: /path/to/public_key
my-oneandone-profile:
  provider: my-oneandone-config
  # Either provide fixed_instance_size_id or vcore, cores_per_processor, ram, and hdds.
  # Size of the ID desired for the server
  fixed_instance_size: S
  # Total amount of processors
  vcore: 2
  # Number of cores per processor
  cores_per_processor: 2
  # RAM memory size in GB
  ram: 4
  # Hard disks
  hdds:
  -
    is_main: true
    size: 20
  -
    is_main: false
    size: 20
  # ID of the appliance image that will be installed on server
  appliance_id: <ID>
  # ID of the datacenter where the server will be created
  datacenter_id: <ID>
  # Description of the server
  description: My server description
  # Password of the server. Password must contain more than 8 characters
  # using uppercase letters, numbers and other special symbols.
  password: P4$$w0rD
  # Power on server after creation - default True
  power_on: true
  # Firewall policy ID. If it is not provided, the server will assign
  # the best firewall policy, creating a new one if necessary.
  # If the parameter is sent with a 0 value, the server will be created with all ports blocked.
  firewall_policy_id: <ID>
  # IP address ID
  ip_id: <ID>
  # Load balancer ID
  load_balancer_id: <ID>
  # Monitoring policy ID
  monitoring_policy_id: <ID>

Set deploy to False if Salt should not be installed on the node.

my-oneandone-profile:
  deploy: False
salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.avail_images(conn=None, call=None)

Return a list of the server appliances that are on the provider

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.avail_locations(conn=None, call=None)

List available locations/datacenters for 1&1

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.avail_sizes(call=None)

Return a dict of all available VM sizes on the cloud provider with relevant data.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.create(vm_)

Create a single VM from a data dict

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.destroy(name, call=None)

destroy a server by name

Parameters:
  • name -- name given to the server
  • call -- call value in this case is 'action'
Returns:

array of booleans , true if successfully stopped and true if successfully removed

CLI Example:

salt-cloud -d vm_name
salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_configured_provider()

Return the first configured instance.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_conn()

Return a conn object for the passed VM data

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_dependencies()

Warn if dependencies are not met.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_image(vm_)

Return the image object to use

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_key_filename(vm_)

Check SSH private key file and return absolute path if exists.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_node(conn, name)

Return a node for the named VM

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_size(vm_)

Return the VM's size object

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.get_wait_timeout(vm_)

Return the wait_for_timeout for resource provisioning.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.list_nodes(conn=None, call=None)

Return a list of VMs that are on the provider

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.list_nodes_full(conn=None, call=None)

Return a list of the VMs that are on the provider, with all fields

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.list_nodes_select(conn=None, call=None)

Return a list of the VMs that are on the provider, with select fields

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.load_public_key(vm_)

Load the public key file if exists.

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.reboot(name, call=None)

reboot a server by name :param name: name given to the machine :param call: call value in this case is 'action' :return: true if successful

CLI Example:

salt-cloud -a reboot vm_name
salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.script(vm_)

Return the script deployment object

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.show_instance(name, call=None)

Show the details from the provider concerning an instance

salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.start(name, call=None)

start a server by name :param name: name given to the machine :param call: call value in this case is 'action' :return: true if successful

CLI Example:

salt-cloud -a start vm_name
salt.cloud.clouds.oneandone.stop(name, call=None)

stop a server by name :param name: name given to the machine :param call: call value in this case is 'action' :return: true if successful

CLI Example:

salt-cloud -a stop vm_name