dutchie027/vultr

v3.0.1 2022-11-07 23:02 UTC

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PHP Library Intended to Interact with Vultr's v2 API

Installation

composer require dutchie027/vultr

Usage

// require the composer library
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// make the connction to the API for use
// this will use "vultr.ini" with the KVPs created
// at composer load. As a minimum you need the API
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

...

vultr.ini

This file drives the main configuration of the software. By default, it looks for the file in the root directory of your project using the name vultr.ini. If you want, you can give it another name and specifiy the full .ini path in the class instantiation.

The minimum Key/Value Pair in the [api] key with the TOKEN being your API token from the My Vultr Portal.

# minimum vultr.ini
[api]
TOKEN='8675309TOMMY30918IN'

The full settings that can be supplied in the .ini are:

# full vultr.ini
[api]
TOKEN='12345

[log]
LOG_PREFIX='vultr'
LOG_LEVEL=200
LOG_DIR='/var/log/'

General Information

Class Listing

The library has the following classes:

Class Information

API

The main connection requires at minimum, an API key. You can get this by visiting My Vultr Portal -> Account -> API. In the portal, make sure you set the IP(s) you'll be calling the API from also, as by default it will lock it to the single IP you request the API from.

Once you have the API token, you can simply connect with it or you can add options

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

Account

Once you have a client, you can ask for the basic information about your account. NOTE: All payloads are returned in JSON, so you can choose how you want to deal with them:

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

// Lets get the account info and what else this API key can do
print_r(json_decode($api->account()->getAccountInfo(), true));

Block Storage

Creating Block Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$config = [
    'region' => 'ewr',
    'size' => '10',
    'label' => 'my first storage',
];

$json_return = $api->blockStorage()->createBlockStorage($config);
Config

If you call this without any $config it will still create block storage. It will use the defaults as described below.

Parameter Type Description Default Value
region string The region where you want the storage created. NOTE If you choose a location that does NOT have block storate, it will revert to the default. ewr
size integer The size (in GB) of how much storage you want created. NOTE This value must be between 10 and 10000 10
label string A text label to be associated with the storage null
Return Value

You will be returned with a JSON payload that includes the newly created Block ID as well as the cost (in dollars) and size (in GB):

{
  "block": {
    "id": "8692c434-08fa-4efb-a0fb-966a338aee07",
    "date_created": "2020-12-18T03:11:57+00:00",
    "cost": 1,
    "status": "pending",
    "size_gb": 10,
    "region": "ewr",
    "attached_to_instance": "",
    "label": "my first storage"
  }
}

Updating Block Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$config = [
    'blockid' => '8692c434-08fa-4efb-a0fb-966a338aee07',
    'size' => '40',
    'label' => 'not my first rodeo',
];

$api->blockStorage()->updateBlockStorage($config);
Block Storage Config

Block storage can only be updated once every 60 seconds. To update the storage you need a minimum of the blockid and either a size or new label.

Deleting Block Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$api->blockStorage()->deleteBlockStorage($blockid);

The block ID is in the form of a GUID (something like 8692c434-08fa-4efb-a0fb-966a338aee07). If you provide a GUID that isn't in your storage container, it will fail.

Listing Specific Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$json_return = $api->blockStorage()->getBlockStorage($blockid);

The block ID is in the form of a GUID (something like 8692c434-08fa-4efb-a0fb-966a338aee07). If you provide a GUID that isn't in your storage container, it will fail.

Attaching Block Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$config = [
 'block_id' => '98772323-044a-4efb-a0fb-1234338abb07',
 'instance' => '12345434-08fa-4efb-a0fb-966a338aee07',
    'live' => false,
];

$api->blockStorage()->attachBlockStorage($config);

All three values are required in the $config. The block_id is the ID of the block storage you want to attach. The instance is the instance ID of the machine you want the storage attached to. It must also be in the same location as the storage. The value live is either true or false. If it is set to true it will attach the storage but NOT restart the instance. If you set live to false it will RESTART the instance and then attach the block storage.

Detatching Block Storage

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

$config = [
 'block_id' => '98772323-044a-4efb-a0fb-1234338abb07',
    'live' => false,
];

$api->blockStorage()->detatchBlockStorage($config);

Both values are required in the $config. The block_id is the ID of the block storage you want to detatch. The value live is either true or false. If it is set to true it will attach the storage but NOT restart the instance. If you set live to false it will RESTART the instance and then detatch the block storage.

Regions

For the most part, this is a support class, but if you want to use it you can. Here's a few things you can do with it:

// Ensure we have the composer libraries
require_once ('vendor/autoload.php');

// Instantiate with defaults
$api = new dutchie027\Vultr\API();

// Print various information about the Regions. All pretty self-explanatory
$api->regions()->listIds();
$api->regions()->listCities();
$api->regions()->listCountries();
$api->regions()->listContinents();
$api->regions()->listNames();

To-Do

  • Bring in more of the function(s) from Vultr
  • Document the class(es) with proper doc blocks better
  • Move the documentation in to separate markdowns

Contributing

If you're having problems, spot a bug, or have a feature suggestion, file an issue. If you want, feel free to fork the package and make a pull request. This is a work in progresss as I get more info and further test the API.