19.04.2019

Oracle VM Server: Working with ovm cli

After getting the ovmcli run, here some commands which are quite helpful, when you are working with Oracle VM server.
But first:
Starting the ovmcli is done via
ssh admin@localhost -p 10000
at the OVM Manager.

After that you can get some overviews:
OVM> list server
Command: list server
Status: Success
Time: 2019-01-25 06:56:55,065 EST
Data: 
  id:18:e2:a6:9d:5c:b6:48:3a:9b:d2:b0:0f:56:7e:ab:e9  name:oraclevm
OVM> list vm
Command: list vm
Status: Success
Time: 2019-01-25 06:56:57,357 EST
Data: 
  id:0004fb0000060000fa3b1b883e717582  name:myAlpineLinux
OVM> list ServerPool
Command: list ServerPool
Status: Success
Time: 2019-01-25 06:57:12,165 EST
Data: 
  id:0004fb0000020000fca85278d951ce27  name:MyServerPool
A complete list of all list commands can be obtained like this:
OVM> list ?
          AccessGroup
          AntiAffinityGroup
          Assembly
          AssemblyVirtualDisk
          AssemblyVm
          BondPort
          ControlDomain
          Cpu
          CpuCompatibilityGroup
          FileServer
          FileServerPlugin
          FileSystem
          Job
          Manager
          Network
          PeriodicTask
          PhysicalDisk
          Port
          Repository
          RepositoryExport
          Server
          ServerController
          ServerPool
          ServerPoolNetworkPolicy
          ServerUpdateGroup
          ServerUpdateRepository
          StorageArray
          StorageArrayPlugin
          StorageInitiator
          Tag
          VirtualAppliance
          VirtualApplianceVirtualDisk
          VirtualApplianceVm
          VirtualCdrom
          VirtualDisk
          VlanInterface
          Vm
          VmCloneCustomizer
          VmCloneNetworkMapping
          VmCloneStorageMapping
          VmDiskMapping
          Vnic
          VolumeGroup
An overview which kind of command can be used like list:
OVM> help
For Most Object Types:
    create  [(attribute1)="value1"] ... [on  ]
    delete  
    edit    (attribute1)="value1" ...
    list 
    show  
For Most Object Types with Children:
    add   to  
    remove   from  
Client Session Commands:
    set alphabetizeAttributes=[Yes|No]
    set commandMode=[Asynchronous|Synchronous]
    set commandTimeout=[1-43200]
    set endLineChars=[CRLF,CR,LF]
    set outputMode=[Verbose,XML,Sparse]
    showclisession
Other Commands:
    exit
    showallcustomcmds
    showcustomcmds 
    showobjtypes
    showversion
If you want to get you vm.cfg file, you can use the id from "list vm" and type:
OVM> getVmCfgFileContent Vm id=0004fb0000060000fa3b1b883e717582
Command: getVmCfgFileContent Vm id=0004fb0000060000fa3b1b883e717582
Status: Success
Time: 2019-01-25 06:59:46,875 EST
Data: 
  OVM_domain_type = xen_pvm
  bootargs = 
  disk = [file:/OVS/Repositories/0004fb0000030000dad74d9c43176d2e/ISOs/0004fb0000150000226a713414eaa501.iso,xvda:cdrom,r,file:/OVS/Repositories/0004fb0000030000dad74d9c43176d2e/VirtualDisks/0004fb0000120000f62a7bba83063840.img,xvdb,w]
  bootloader = /usr/bin/pygrub
  vcpus = 1
  memory = 512
  on_poweroff = destroy
  OVM_os_type = Other Linux
  on_crash = restart
  cpu_weight = 27500
  OVM_description = 
  cpu_cap = 0
  on_reboot = restart
  OVM_simple_name = myAlpineLinux
  name = 0004fb0000060000fa3b1b883e717582
  maxvcpus = 1
  vfb = [type=vnc,vncunused=1,vnclisten=127.0.0.1,keymap=en-us]
  uuid = 0004fb00-0006-0000-fa3b-1b883e717582
  guest_os_type = linux
  OVM_cpu_compat_group = 
  OVM_high_availability = false
  vif = []
Very helpful is the Oracle documentation (here).


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