LXD supports clustering. There is only one cluster object.
Cluster object represents the json
object that is returned from GET /1.0/cluster.
There is also a
ClusterMember and object that represents a
cluster member at GET
/1.0/cluster/members. Note that it should be
accessed from the cluster object. For example:
client = pylxd.Client() cluster = client.cluster.get() member = cluster.members.get('node-5')
Please see the pylxd API documentation for more information on storage pool methods and parameters. The following is a summary.
A cluster can be queried through the following client manager methods:
- get() - Returns the cluster.
Cluster Members are stored in a cluster. On the pylxd API they are accessed from a cluster object:
cluster = client.cluster.get() members = cluster.members.all() named_member = cluster.members.get('membername')
Methods available on <cluster_object>.members¶
The following methods are accessed from the members attribute on the cluster object.
- all - get all the members of the cluster.
- get - a get a single named member of the cluster.
Cluster Member Object attributes¶
For more information about the specifics of these attributes, please see the LXD Cluster REST API documentation.
- server_name - the name of the server in the cluster
- url - the url the lxd endpoint
- database - if the distributed database is replicated on this node
- status - if the member is off or online
- message - a general message