Use the viocli deployment command to manage your VMware Integrated OpenStack deployment.

The viocli deployment command uses the following syntax.

viocli deployment ACTION [-d NAME] [-p] [-h] [-v]

Parameter

Mandatory or Optional

Description

ACTION

Use one of the following positional arguments:

start

stop

pause

resume

configure

cert-req-create

cert-update

getlogs

status

Mandatory

start

Start the deployment.

stop

Stop the deployment.

pause

Pause the deployment.

resume

Resume the paused deployment.

configure

Reconfigure the entire deployment.

cert-req-create

Create a certificate signing request for a certificate authority.

cert-update

Update VMware Integrated OpenStack with the provided certificate.

getlogs

Generate log files for the current deployment, including the ansible executed commands and output. Log files are written to /var/log/viocli/viocli.log and rotated after they reach 100 MB, with a maximum of seven rotations.

status

Generate reports on the following potential issues:

Synchronization issues between the management server and OpenStack nodes, including time of occurrence, the affected node, and reason for failed status.

Connections to OpenStack processes and average connection count.

Broken network connections, including time of occurrence, the hostnames and ports that failed to connect, or single host, if applicable.

OpenStack database issues, including time of occurrence, FAILED or SUCCESS status, reason for failure if applicable, and the current size of the database cluster.

Missing processes, including time of occurrence, node where issue occurred, status, and reason for failure, if applicable.

-d, --deployment NAME

Automatic

Name of deployment to use.

Applied automatically. The default value is the name of the current deployment.

-p, --progress

Optional

Show progress of the current upgrade operation.

-h, --help

Optional

Show the use and arguments for this command.

-v, --verbose

Optional

Enter verbose mode.