glance-replicator

Replicate images across multiple data centers

Author:glance@lists.launchpad.net
Date:2017-09-15
Copyright:OpenStack Foundation
Version:15.0.0
Manual section:1
Manual group:cloud computing

SYNOPSIS

glance-replicator <command> [options] [args]

DESCRIPTION

glance-replicator is a utility can be used to populate a new glance server using the images stored in an existing glance server. The images in the replicated glance server preserve the uuids, metadata, and image data from the original.

COMMANDS

help <command>
Output help for one of the commands below
compare
What is missing from the slave glance?
dump
Dump the contents of a glance instance to local disk.
livecopy
Load the contents of one glance instance into another.
load
Load the contents of a local directory into glance.
size
Determine the size of a glance instance if dumped to disk.

OPTIONS

-h, –help
Show this help message and exit
-c CHUNKSIZE, –chunksize=CHUNKSIZE
Amount of data to transfer per HTTP write
-d, –debug
Print debugging information
-D DONTREPLICATE, –dontreplicate=DONTREPLICATE
List of fields to not replicate
-m, –metaonly
Only replicate metadata, not images
-l LOGFILE, –logfile=LOGFILE
Path of file to log to
-s, –syslog
Log to syslog instead of a file
-t TOKEN, –token=TOKEN
Pass in your authentication token if you have one. If you use this option the same token is used for both the master and the slave.
-M MASTERTOKEN, –mastertoken=MASTERTOKEN
Pass in your authentication token if you have one. This is the token used for the master.
-S SLAVETOKEN, –slavetoken=SLAVETOKEN
Pass in your authentication token if you have one. This is the token used for the slave.
-v, –verbose
Print more verbose output

BUGS

  • Glance bugs are tracked in Launchpad so you can view current bugs at OpenStack Glance