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Is there an api which will allow me to protect a vm

Release Grizzly Currently if I want to protect a specific VM I have to go into the mysql database and perform an update. Naturally, I would prefer to avoid doing this.

Is there any api which can be used to protect a vm.

I have looked through nova --help and their is nothing which appears obvious.

I think glance image-update can be used to protect/unprotec the snapshot rather than the vm

Is there an api openstack command which will allow me to protect a vm

Release Grizzly Currently if I want to protect a specific VM I have to go into the mysql database and perform an update. Naturally, I would prefer to avoid doing this.

Is there any api which can be used to protect a vm.

I have looked through nova --help and their is nothing which appears obvious.

I think glance image-update can be used to protect/unprotec the snapshot rather than the vm

Is there an openstack command which will allow me to protect a vm

Release Grizzly Currently if I want to protect a specific VM I have to go into the mysql database and perform an update. Naturally, I would prefer to avoid doing this.

Is there any api openstack servcie command which can be used to protect a vm.

I have looked through nova --help and their is nothing which appears obvious.

I think glance image-update can be used to protect/unprotec the snapshot rather than the vm

Is there an openstack command which will allow me to protect a vm

Release Grizzly Currently if I want to protect a specific VM I have to go into the mysql database and perform an update. Naturally, I would prefer to avoid doing this.

Is there any openstack servcie service command which can be used to protect a vm.vm. Essentially, I am looking for a way of preventing the VM being deleted, even if someone tries to terminate the VM.

I have looked through nova --help and their is nothing which appears obvious.

I think glance image-update can be used to protect/unprotec protect/unprotect the snapshot rather than the vm