Proxmox Virtual Environment higher level API. Provides a higher level API with objects for controlling PVE. Includes a full CLI.
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README.adoc

Proxmox Virtual Environment High Level API for Ruby
===================================================

This is a limited, but easier to use library for ruby.
It provides additional a command line interface for administration named `pvecli`.
The Rest-API will be used for controlling your server.

You need to provide a config-file `/etc/pve/pvecli.yml`:

auth:
username: USERNAME
password: PASSWORD
realm: pve or something like that
connect:
verify_tls: no if you do not use known CA-signed X509-Certificates

Featurs
=======

The library provides an interface to interact with PVE-servers.
Provided abstractions for:

* Node
* LXC (create, delete, modify, use)
* Qemu (create, delete, modify, use)
* Storages (list, list content)
* Appliances (list, download to storage)

pvecli
======

This tool should usable like PVE-WebGUI, instead of low-level-tools like `pct`
or user-unfriendlier tools like `pvesh`.
So `pvecli` provides a global control over your cluster on command line.