CLI Commands

Fetch all available Virtual Machines

This command is mostly for test/debug reasons and gives you an output of all Virtual Machines with a default set of properties:

Usage

icingacli vsphere fetch virtualmachines [options]

Options

Option Description
--<vhost> <host> IP, host or URL to for your vCenter or ESX host
--<username> <user> When authenticating, this username will be used
--<password> <pass> The related password
--lookup-ids Replace id-references with their name
--no-ssl-verify-peer Accept certificates signed by unknown CA
--no-ssl-verify-host Accept certificates not matching the host name
--use-insecure-http Use plaintext HTTP requests
--proxy <proxy> Use the given Proxy (ip, host or host:port
--proxy-type <type> HTTP (default) or SOCKS5
--proxy-username <user> Username for authenticated HTTP proxy
--proxy-password <pass> Password for authenticated HTTP proxy
--benchmark Show resource usage summary
--json Dump JSON output

Fetch all available Host Systems

This command is mostly for test/debug reasons and gives you an output of all Host Systems with a default set of properties:

Usage

icingacli vsphere fetch hostsystems [options]

Options

Option Description
--<vhost> <host> IP, host or URL to for your vCenter or ESX host
--<username> <user> When authenticating, this username will be used
--<password> <pass> The related password
--no-ssl-verify-peer Accept certificates signed by unknown CA
--no-ssl-verify-host Accept certificates not matching the host name
--use-insecure-http Use plaintext HTTP requests
--proxy <proxy> Use the given Proxy (ip, host or host:port
--proxy-type <type> HTTP (default) or SOCKS5
--proxy-username <user> Username for authenticated HTTP proxy
--proxy-password <pass> Password for authenticated HTTP proxy
--benchmark Show resource usage summary
--json Dump JSON output