github.com/shaleman/vagrantssh

Control vagrant nodes through vagrant-aware ssh commands


Install
go get github.com/shaleman/vagrantssh

Documentation

vagrantssh: Test your vagrant files through SSH with a simple library.

godoc is here

Use this library to do remote testing of vagrant nodes.

For example, this will select the "mynode" node and run "ls" on it.

    vagrant := &Vagrant{}
    vagrant.Setup(false, "", 3) // 3 node cluster, do not run `vagrant up`.
    out, err := vagrant.GetNode("mynode").RunCommandWithOutput("ls")
    if err != nil {
      // exit status != 0
      panic(err)
    }

    fmt.Println(out) // already a string

If you want to walk nodes, you have a few options:

Sequentially:

    vagrant := &vagrantssh.Vagrant{}
    vagrant.Setup(false, "", 3)
    for _, node := range vagrant.GetNodes() {
      node.RunCommand("something")
    }

In Parallel:

    vagrant := &vagrantssh.Vagrant{}
    vagrant.Setup(false, "", 3)
    err := vagrant.IterateNodes(func (node vagrantssh.TestbedNode) error {
      return node.RunCommand("docker ps -aq | xargs docker rm")
    })

    if err != nil {
      // one or more nodes failed
      panic(err)
    }

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