Account related commands¶
The ZTC allows the user to authenticate against the Zerytnh backend and modify profile information.
The following commands are available:
- login to retrieve an authentication token.
- reset reset to request a password reset.
- profile set and get profile information.
The login command enables the user to retrieve an authentication token. The token is used in most ZTC commands to communicate with the Zerynth backend.
The login can be issued in interactive and non interactive mode. Interactive mode is started by typing:
The ZTC opens the default system browser to the login/registration page and waits for user input.
In the login/registration page, the user can login providing a valid email and the corresponding password. It is also possible (and faster) to login using Google plus or Facebook OAuth services. If the user do not have a Zerynth account it is possible to register providing a valid email, a nick name and a password. Social login is also available for registration via OAuth.
Once a correct login/registration is performed, the browser will display an authentication token. Such token can be copied and pasted to the ZTC prompt.
multiple logins with different methods (manual or social) are allowed provided that the email linked to the social OAuth service is the same as the one used in the manual login.
Non interactive mode is started by typing:
ztc login --token authentication_token
authentication_token can be obtained by manually opening the login/registration page
For manual registrations, email address confirmation is needed. An email will be sent at the provided address with instructions.
If a manual registration has been performed, it is possible to change the password by issuing a password reset:
ztc reset email
on password change, all active sessions of the user will be invalidated and a new token must be retrieved.
Delete current session with the following command
it will be necessary to login again.
Get/Set Profile Info¶
By issuing the command:
the user profile is retrieved and displayed. The user profile consists of the following data:
- Username (non mutable)
- Email (non mutable)
# * Subscription Info
# * Subscription type # * Date of subscription expiration # * List of roles # * List of active repositories
Asset and Purchase History list
- List of account linked assets
- List of bought virtual machines
The profile command can be used to change mutable generic info with the following syntax:
ztc profile --set options
options is a list of one or more of the following options:
--name nameupdate the Name field
--surname nameupdate the Surname field
--age ageupdate the Age field
--country countryupdate the Country field
--job jobupdate the Job field
--company companyupdate the Company field
--website websiteupdate the Website field