VmwareProtectionSource(agent_id=None, agents=None, connection_state=None, datastore_info=None, folder_type=None, has_persistent_agent=None, host_type=None, id=None, ip_details=None, is_vm_template=None, name=None, tag_attributes=None, tools_running_status=None, mtype=None, vcloud_director_info=None, version=None, virtual_disks=None)¶
Implementation of the ‘VMwareProtectionSource’ model.
Specifies a Protection Source in a VMware environment.
agent_id (long|int): Specifies the id of the persistent agent. agents (list of AgentInformation): Specifies the list of agent
information on the Virtual Machine. This is set only if the Virtual Machine has persistent agent.
- connection_state (ConnectionStateEnum): Specifies the connection state
of the Object and are only valid for ESXi hosts (‘kHostSystem’) or Virtual Machines (‘kVirtualMachine’). These enums are equivalent to the connection states documented in VMware’s reference documentation. Examples of Cohesity connection states include ‘kConnected’, ‘kDisconnected’, ‘kInacccessible’, etc. ‘kConnected’ indicates that server has access to virtual machine. ‘kDisconnected’ indicates that server is currently disconnected to virtual machine. ‘kInaccessible’ indicates that one or more configuration files are inacccessible. ‘kInvalid’ indicates that virtual machine configuration is invalid. ‘kOrphaned’ indicates that virtual machine is no longer registered on the host it is associated with. ‘kNotResponding’ indicates that virtual machine is failed to response due to external issues such as network connectivity, hostd not running etc.
datastore_info (DatastoreInfo): TODO: type description here. folder_type (FolderTypeEnum): Specifies the folder type for the
‘kFolder’ Object. ‘kVMFolder’ indicates folder can hold VMs or vApps. ‘kHostFolder’ indicates folder can hold hosts and compute resources. ‘kDatastoreFolder’ indicates folder can hold datastores and storage pods. ‘kNetworkFolder’ indicates folder can hold networks and switches. ‘kRootFolder’ indicates folder can hold datacenters.
- has_persistent_agent (bool): Set to true if a persistent agent is
running on the Virtual Machine. This is populated for entities of type ‘kVirtualMachine’.
- host_type (HostTypeVmwareProtectionSourceEnum): Specifies the host
type for the ‘kVirtualMachine’ Object. ‘kLinux’ indicates the Linux operating system. ‘kWindows’ indicates the Microsoft Windows operating system. ‘kAix’ indicates the IBM AIX operating system. ‘kSolaris’ indicates the Oracle Solaris operating system. ‘kSapHana’ indicates the Sap Hana database system developed by SAP SE. ‘kOther’ indicates the other types of operating system.
- id (VmwareObjectId): Specifies a unique Protection Source id across
Cohesity Clusters. It is derived from the id of the VMware Protection Source.
- ip_details (IpDetails): This field can be used to capture IP Addresses
for entities that have it.
- is_vm_template (bool): IsTemplate specifies if the VM is a template or
- name (string): Specifies a human readable name of the Protection
- tag_attributes (list of TagAttribute): Specifies the optional list of
VM Tag attributes associated with this Object.
- tools_running_status (ToolsRunningStatusEnum): Specifies the status of
VMware Tools for the guest OS on the VM. This is only valid for the ‘kVirtualMachine’ type. ‘kGuestToolsRunning’ means the VMware tools are running on the guest OS. ‘kGuestToolsNotRunning’ means the VMware tools are not running on the guest OS. ‘kUnknown’ means the state of the VMware tools on the guest OS is not known. ‘kGuestToolsExecutingScripts’ means the guest OS is currently executing scripts using VMware tools.
- mtype (TypeVmwareProtectionSourceEnum): Specifies the type of managed
Object in a VMware Protection Source. Examples of VMware Objects include ‘kVCenter’, ‘kFolder’, ‘kDatacenter’, ‘kResourcePool’, ‘kDatastore’, ‘kVirtualMachine’, etc. ‘kVCenter’ indicates the vCenter entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kFolder indicates the folder entity (of any kind) in a VMware protection source type. ‘kDatacenter’ indicates the datacenter entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kComputeResource’ indicates the physical compute resource entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kResourcePool’ indicates the set of physical resourses within a compute resource or cloudcompute resource. ‘kDataStore’ indicates the datastore entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kHostSystem’ indicates the ESXi host entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kVirtualMachine’ indicates the virtual machine entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kVirtualApp’ indicates the virtual app entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kStandaloneHost’ indicates the standalone ESXi host entity (not managed by vCenter) in a VMware protection source type. ‘kStoragePod’ indicates the storage pod entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kNetwork’ indicates the standard vSwitch in a VMware protection source type. ‘kDistributedVirtualPortgroup’ indicates a distributed vSwitch port group in a VMware protection source type. ‘kTagCategory’ indicates a tag category entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kTag’ indocates a tag entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kOpaqueNetwork’ indicates a opaque network which is created and managed by an entity outside of vSphere. ‘kVCloudDirector’ indicates a vCloud director entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kOrganization’ indicates an Organization under a vCD in a VMware protection source type. ‘kVirtualDatacenter’ indicates a virtual datacenter entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kCatalog’ indocates a VCD catalog entity in a VMware protection source type. ‘kOrgMetadata’ indicates an VCD organization metadata in a VMware protection source type. ‘kStoragePolicy’ indicates a storage policy associated with the vApp in a VMware protection source type.
- vcloud_director_info (list of VcloudDirectorInfo): Specifies an array
of vCenters to be registered
- version (string): For vCenter and ESXi, this will show the software
version. For VMs, this will show the hardware version.
- virtual_disks (list of VirtualDiskInfo): Specifies an array of virtual
disks that are part of the Virtual Machine. This is populated for entities of type ‘kVirtualMachine’.
Creates an instance of this model from a dictionary
dictionary (dictionary): A dictionary representation of the object as obtained from the deserialization of the server’s response. The keys MUST match property names in the API description.
object: An instance of this structure class.