I’d like to add a new resource pool of IP addresses so that I can assign a new IP to each node that gets provisioned.
Resource Pools are simple key: value YAML files.
Create the resource pool
# Go to your data_root - by default it's /usr/share/ztpserver admin@ztpserver:~# cd /usr/share/ztpserver # Create a resource pool file admin@ztpserver:~# vi resources/mgmt_ip
192.168.0.2/24: null 192.168.0.3/24: null 192.168.0.4/24: null 192.168.0.5/24: null 192.168.0.6/24: null 192.168.0.7/24: null 192.168.0.8/24: null 192.168.0.9/24: null 192.168.0.10/24: null
Resource Pool files are just key: value files. The default value for each key should be null. This makes the key available for assignment. If you would like to pre-assign a specific node with a particular key, then just put the node’s node_id in place of null. Resource Pools are analyzed when the allocate(pool_name) function is run from a definition. Note that you can also use the allocate() function to perform a lookup when a node has already been assigned a key.
I’d like to reset the values of a resource pool so that all values return to null.
You can use the ztps command line to perform this action.
admin@ztpserver:~# ztps --clear-resources
This will clear ALL resource pools
Clearing all resource pools can be done via the command line on the ZTPServer. The command will analyze data_root/resources and any file that exists in that directory that resembles a ZTPServer resource pool will be cleared.