Manage Subclouds Using the CLI

You can use the CLI to list subclouds, reconfigure subclouds if deployment fails, delete subclouds, and monitor or change the managed status of subclouds.

Procedure

  • To list subclouds, use the subcloud list command.

    For example:

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud list
    +----+-----------+--------------+--------------------+-------------+
    | id | name      | management   | availability       | sync        |
    +----+-----------+--------------+--------------------+-------------+
    |  1 | subcloud1 | managed      | online             | in-sync     |
    |  2 | subcloud2 | managed      | online             | in-sync     |
    |  3 | subcloud3 | managed      | online             | out-of-sync |
    |  4 | subcloud4 | managed      | offline            | unknown     |
    +----+-----------+--------------+--------------------+-------------+
    
  • To show information for a subcloud, use the subcloud show command.

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud show <subcloud-name>
    

    For example:

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud show subcloud2
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    | Field                       | Value                      |
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    | id                          | 2                          |
    | name                        | subcloud2                  |
    | description                 | subcloud2 description      |
    | location                    | subcloud 2 location        |
    | software_version            | 20.06                      |
    | management                  | managed                    |
    | availability                | online                     |
    | deploy_status               | complete                   |
    | management_subnet           | 192.168.101.0/24           |
    | management_start_ip         | 192.168.101.2              |
    | management_end_ip           | 192.168.101.50             |
    | management_gateway_ip       | 192.168.101.1              |
    | systemcontroller_gateway_ip | 192.168.204.101            |
    | created_at                  | 2020-03-05 21:43:46.525251 |
    | updated_at                  | 2020-03-06 19:53:39.560771 |
    | identity_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    | patching_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    | platform_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    
  • To show information about the oam-floating-ip field for a specific subcloud, use the subcloud show`<<subcloud-name>>:command:–detail` command.

    For example,

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud show subcloud2 --detail
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    | Field                       | Value                      |
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    | id                          | 2                          |
    | name                        | subcloud2                  |
    | description                 | subcloud2 description      |
    | location                    | subcloud 2 location        |
    | software_version            | 20.06                      |
    | management                  | managed                    |
    | availability                | online                     |
    | deploy_status               | complete                   |
    | management_subnet           | 192.168.101.0/24           |
    | management_start_ip         | 192.168.101.2              |
    | management_end_ip           | 192.168.101.50             |
    | management_gateway_ip       | 192.168.101.1              |
    | systemcontroller_gateway_ip | 192.168.204.101            |
    | created_at                  | 2020-03-05 21:43:46.525251 |
    | updated_at                  | 2020-03-06 19:53:39.560771 |
    | identity_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    | patching_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    | platform_sync_status        | in-sync                    |
    | oam_floating_ip             | 10.10.10.12                |
    +-----------------------------+----------------------------+
    
  • To edit the settings for a subcloud, use the subcloud update command.

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud update \
    [–- description] <description> \
    [– location] <location> \
    <subcloud-name>
    
  • To toggle a subcloud between Unmanaged and Managed, pass these parameters to the subcloud command.

    For example:

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud unmanage <subcloud-name>
    
    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud manage <subcloud-name>
    
  • To reconfigure a subcloud, if deployment fails, use the subcloud reconfig command.

    Note

    You can enter the sysadmin password to avoid being prompted for the password.

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud reconfig <subcloud-id/name> --deploy-config \
    <<filepath>> --sysadmin-password <<password>>
    

    where``–deploy-config`` must reference the deployment configuration file. For more information, see either,

  • To delete a subcloud, use the subcloud delete command.

    ~(keystone_admin)]$ dcmanager subcloud delete <subcloud-name>
    

    Caution

    You must reinstall a deleted subcloud before re-adding it.