Added ability to handle snapshots

rewrite
hak8or 5 years ago
parent fa4f0da094
commit 9dc3988c3c
  1. 29
      deploy.sh
  2. 6
      readme.md

@ -98,6 +98,33 @@ if [[ $1 == "-ID" ]]; then
# Get the machines IPv4 and IPv6 address.
FN_get_IPaddr $2
# Check if this is a snapshot operation
if [[ $3 == "-snapshot" ]]; then
# If no snapshot name given, abort.
if [[ -z $4 ]]; then
echo "$TAGSTR No snapshot name given!"
exit
fi
# Check if the snapshot exists on proxmox for this VMID.
SNAPSHOT_LIST=$(ssh root@$PROXMOX_IP_ADDR "pct listsnapshot $2")
SNAPSHOT_LIST=$(echo "$SNAPSHOT_LIST" | awk '{print $1}' | grep $4)
if [[ -z $SNAPSHOT_LIST ]]; then
# Create a snapshot with this name.
echo "$TAGSTR Creating a snapshot called $4 for VMID $2!"
ssh root@$PROXMOX_IP_ADDR "pct snapshot $2 $4"
else
# Restore to the snapshot
echo "$TAGSTR Rollbacking VMID $2 to snapshot $4!"
ssh root@$PROXMOX_IP_ADDR "pct rollback $2 $4"
echo "$TAGSTR Starting VMID $2!"
ssh root@$PROXMOX_IP_ADDR "pct start $2"
fi
echo "$TAGSTR $IPv4ADDR, $IPv6ADDR"
exit
fi
# Check if a script/dir was provided.
if [[ -z $3 ]]; then
# No script found, just return the ip address.
@ -106,7 +133,7 @@ if [[ $1 == "-ID" ]]; then
else
# A script/dir was found, verify it exists.
if [[ -e $3 ]]; then
FN_copyandorexec $3
FN_copyandorexec $3 $IPv6ADDR
echo "$TAGSTR $IPv4ADDR, $IPv6ADDR"
exit
else

@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ My collections of various scripts related to proxmox. These can be used to creat
## Deploy Script
A small wrapper which generates an Arch Linux based container (by default) and then runs a optional script. Also can provide the IP address of a container created using the Arch setup script.
A small wrapper which generates an Arch Linux based container (by default) and then runs a optional script. Also can provide the IP address of a container created using the Arch setup script.
Note you must update the ```PROXMOX_IP_ADDR``` variable at the top of the script so the script knows where to SSH to. Also, this is intentionally configured such that the proxmox login is via ssh-key only. If you need to setup the SSH keys, instructions can be found [here](https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-ssh-keys--2).
@ -15,6 +15,10 @@ deploy.sh # Outputs a container ID when complete.
# Create an Arch Linux based container which then runs a script to init gogs.
deploy.sh gogs.sh # Outputs a container ID when complete.
# Create a snapshot of a container and then restore to said snapshot.
deploy.sh -ID 101 -snapshot foo # Snapshot called foo was created.
deploy.sh -ID 101 -snapshot foo # Rolling back to snapshot foo.
# Just run a script to init gogs on an already existing container.
deploy.sh -ID 101 gogs.sh # Returns nothing.

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