Major renaming: the library is now called openstack.compute to reflect that Rackspace Cloud is just one instance of the open source project. This ripples to a lot of places:
- The library is now called openstack.compute instead of cloudservers, and the main API entry point is now openstack.compute.Compute instead of cloudservers.CloudServers.
- The shell program is now openstack-compute instead of cloudservers. Yes, the name’s a lot longer. Use alias.
- The env variables are now OPENSTACK_COMPUTE_USERNAME and OPENSTACK_COMPUTE_API_KEY.
1.2 (August 15, 2010)¶
- Support for Python 2.4 - 2.7.
- Improved output of cloudservers ipgroup-list.
- Made cloudservers boot --ipgroup <name> work (as well as --ipgroup <id>).
1.1 (May 6, 2010)¶
- Added a --files option to cloudservers boot supporting the upload of (up to five) files at boot time.
- Added a --key option to cloudservers boot to key the server with an SSH public key at boot time. This is just a shortcut for --files, but it’s a useful shortcut.
- Changed the default server image to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.