Command Line Interface¶
Where a prompt starts with
(kayobe-venv) it is implied that the user has
activated the Kayobe virtualenv. This can be done as follows:
$ source kayobe-venv/bin/activate
To deactivate the virtualenv:
(kayobe-venv) $ deactivate
To see information on how to use the
kayobe CLI and the commands it
(kayobe-venv) $ kayobe help
kayobe CLI is based on the
cliff package (as used by the
openstack client), it supports tab auto-completion of subcommands. This
can be activated by generating and then sourcing the bash completion script:
(kayobe-venv) $ kayobe complete > kayobe-complete (kayobe-venv) $ source kayobe-complete
Working with Ansible Vault¶
If Ansible vault has been used to encrypt Kayobe configuration files, it will
be necessary to provide the
kayobe command with access to vault password.
There are three options for doing this:
kayobe --ask-vault-passto prompt for the password.
kayobe --vault-password-file <file>to read the password from a (plain text) file.
- Environment variable
- Export the environment variable
KAYOBE_VAULT_PASSWORDto read the password from the environment.