example2.pl: add a second example
[pve-apiclient.git] / examples / example1.pl
1 #!/usr/bin/perl
2
3 # NOTE: you need to run this on a PVE host, or modify the source to
4 # provide username/password/hostname from somewhere else.
5
6 use strict;
7 use warnings;
8
9 use PVE::APIClient::LWP;
10
11 use PVE::AccessControl;
12 use PVE::INotify;
13 use JSON;
14
15 # normally you use username/password,
16 # but we can simply create a ticket and CRSF token if we are root
17 # running on a pve host
18
19 my $hostname = PVE::INotify::read_file("hostname");
20
21 my $ticket = PVE::AccessControl::assemble_ticket('root@pam');
22 my $csrftoken = PVE::AccessControl::assemble_csrf_prevention_token('root@pam');
23
24 my $conn = PVE::APIClient::LWP->new(
25 #username => 'root@pam',
26 #password => 'yourpassword',
27 ticket => $ticket,
28 csrftoken => $csrftoken,
29 host => $hostname,
30 # allow manual fingerprint verification
31 manual_verification => 1,
32 );
33
34 my $res = $conn->get("/", {});
35
36 print to_json($res, { pretty => 1, canonical => 1});