- ironicclient.client.Client(version, endpoint_override=None, session=None, *args, **kwargs)¶
Create a client of an appropriate version.
This call requires a session. If you want it to be created, use
endpoint_override – A bare metal endpoint to use.
session – A keystoneauth session to use. This argument is actually required and is marked optional only for backward compatibility.
args – Other arguments to pass to the HTTP client. Not recommended, use kwargs instead.
kwargs – Other keyword arguments to pass to the HTTP client (e.g.
- ironicclient.client.get_client(api_version, auth_type=None, os_ironic_api_version=None, max_retries=None, retry_interval=None, session=None, valid_interfaces=None, interface=None, service_type=None, region_name=None, additional_headers=None, global_request_id=None, **kwargs)¶
Get an authenticated client, based on the credentials.
api_version – the API version to use. Valid value: ‘1’.
auth_type – type of keystoneauth auth plugin loader to use.
os_ironic_api_version – ironic API version to use.
max_retries – Maximum number of retries in case of conflict error
retry_interval – Amount of time (in seconds) between retries in case of conflict error.
session – An existing keystoneauth session. Will be created from kwargs if not provided.
valid_interfaces – List of valid endpoint interfaces to use if the bare metal endpoint is not provided.
interface – An alias for valid_interfaces.
service_type – Bare metal endpoint service type.
region_name – Name of the region to use when searching the bare metal endpoint.
additional_headers – Additional headers that should be attached to every request passing through the client. Headers of the same name specified per request will take priority.
global_request_id – A header (in the form of
req-$uuid) that will be passed on all requests. Enables cross project request id tracking.
kwargs – all the other params that are passed to keystoneauth for session construction.