Posted 2013-05-08 00:10 by Joe
These commands can be used to find, update, reboot and shutdown virtual systems. Most of them take the following parameters to control which system or systems to operate on :
- --host hostname
Can be given multiple times to specify systems by name.
- --group groupname
Specifies systems that are members of the named group.
- --type code
Matches systems of some virtualization type, which can be one of xen , vservers , zones or real
- --os code
Matches systems known to be running some OS, specified by a code like centos , solaris , redhat or ubuntu.
Always matches all registered systems.
- clone-system - Creates a new virtual system that is a copy of some existing one.
- create-empty-system - Creates a new empty virtual system of some type
- create-system - Creates a new virtual system of some type
- delete-system - Deletes a virtual system or systems
- failover-system - Fails over a virtual system from a down host to a new host.
- find-systems - Scan a hosting system for virtual instances already running on it
- get-console - Output boot-time console messages for some host
- list-systems - Output a table of all systems managed by Cloudmin.
- lock-system - Locks the root password for some or all virtual systems using SSH keys.
- login-system - Open the console of some virtual system
- modify-limits - Changes memory and CPU limits on one or more systems
- modify-reverse-address - Changes the DNS hostname for a reverse address
- modify-system - Changes the description, hostname, OS or login details of a single system
- move-system - Moves a virtual system from one host to another
- passwd-system - Changes the SSH and/or Webmin password on some system
- pause-system - Pauses one or more managed systems
- reboot-system - Reboots one or more managed systems
- refresh-systems - Updates the status of multiple systems, and displays the results
- reset-system - Resets a virtual system to its original image
- shell-system - Open a root shell on some virtual system.
- shutdown-system - Shuts down one or more managed systems
- startup-system - Starts up one or more managed systems
- unpause-system - Un-pauses one or more managed systems
- update-systems - Updates installed packages on multiple systems, and displays the results.
- wait-ssh-system - Waits until one or more systems can be contacted via SSH.