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From Greg Hill <greg.h...@RACKSPACE.COM>
Subject Re: how to check the status of a running bootstrap?
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2014 17:14:54 GMT
Interestingly, there's a race condition here. After the bootstrap finishes
(status = SUCCESS), the new host(s) don't always show up in GET
/api/v1/hosts immediately. Is this a bug or is there something else I need
to be doing?


On 8/25/14 8:52 AM, "Greg Hill" <greg.hill@RACKSPACE.COM> wrote:

>Thanks Yusaku, this helps.  I'm working on adding the ability to poll
>long-running tasks from the python client, so I'll smooth over the
>differences in the client so it's not obvious to the end user.
>On 8/22/14 7:55 PM, "Yusaku Sako" <> wrote:
>>Hi Greg,
>>Unfortunately, the bootstrap API is a bit unconventional and does not
>>follow the standard API framework.
>>To check on the bootstrap status, you just need to make a GET call
>>like this: /api/v1/bootstrap/1  (replace 1 with the requestId returned
>>by the POST /api/v1/bootstrap call).
>>I hope this helps.
>>On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 12:26 PM, Greg Hill <>
>>> The bootstrap hosts method returns a request id, but that request isn't
>>>associated with any cluster.  How do I get the status of it?  There
>>>aren't any API docs I can find for the bootstrap method.
>>> Thanks in advance.
>>> Greg
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