These commands can be used to find, update, reboot and shutdown virtual systems. Most of them take the following parameters to control which system or systems to operate on :
Can be given multiple times to specify systems by name.
Specifies systems that are members of the named group.
Matches systems of some virtualization type, which can be one of xen , vservers , zones or real
Matches systems known to be running some OS, specified by a code like centos , solaris , redhat or ubuntu.
Always matches all registered systems.
- clone-system - Creates a new virtual system that is a copy of some existing one.
- create-empty-system - Creates a new empty virtual system of some type
- create-snapshot - Creates a snapshot of the disks for a virtual system.
- create-system - Creates a new virtual system of some type
- delete-snapshot - Deletes a single snapshot of a virtual system.
- delete-system - Deletes a virtual system or systems
- failover-system - Fails over a virtual system from a down host to a new host.
- find-systems - Scan a hosting system for virtual instances already running on it
- get-console - Output boot-time console messages for some host
- list-snapshots - Lists snapshots of a virtual system.
- list-systems - Output a table of all systems managed by Cloudmin.
- lock-system - Locks the root password for some or all virtual systems using SSH keys.
- login-system - Open the console of some virtual system
- modify-limits - Changes memory and CPU limits on one or more systems
- modify-reverse-address - Changes the DNS hostname for a reverse address
- modify-system - Changes the description, hostname, OS or login details of a single system
- move-system - Moves a virtual system from one host to another
- passwd-system - Changes the SSH and/or Webmin password on some system
- pause-system - Pauses one or more managed systems
- reboot-system - Reboots one or more managed systems
- refresh-systems - Updates the status of multiple systems, and displays the results
- reset-system - Resets a virtual system to its original image
- shell-system - Open a root shell on some virtual system.
- shutdown-system - Shuts down one or more managed systems
- startup-system - Starts up one or more managed systems
- unpause-system - Un-pauses one or more managed systems
- update-systems - Updates installed packages on multiple systems, and displays the results.
- vnc-system - Opens a port connected to the VNC console of a system.
- wait-ssh-system - Waits until one or more systems can be contacted via SSH.