Create a Server (1st Gen)
This script allows you to create a First Generation server in ORD or DFW. .
Create a Server (2nd Gen)
This script creates a new Next Generation server from any images that you have access to on your account into any region that you have access to.
This script will list off of your servers in the selected region.
List Server Details
This script lists all of the details on the server that you choose. You will need to use the UUID of the server.
Delete Cloud Server
This script will delete a server. Once you delete a server there is no way to recover it.
Reboot Cloud Server
This script will hard reboot your Cloud Server. If your server is stuck in Soft Reboot or already stuck in Hard Reboot this will not correct the issue. You will need to contact support in order to fix this.
Change Administrator / Root users password
This script will allow you to change the root user (Linux) or Administrator (Windows) users password through the API.
Resize Cloud Server
This script will let you resize your Cloud Server to a bigger or smaller size. If you have a Windows server you can only upsize it as downsizing is disabled due to NTFS partitions not liking to shrink properly.
Rescue server from Custom image
This script allows you to choose which base image to use when you rescue your server. If it completes properly it will provide you with the root/administrator password for your server.
Rebuild a server from a saved image
This script will allow you to rebuild one of your servers from a saved image that you previously taken or from one of Rackspace's base images
Revert a failed 1st Gen Cloud Server Resize
This script will attempt to revert a failed 1st Generation Cloud Server Resize. If it fails you need to contact support.
Revert a failed Resize for a Next Generation Server
This script will attempt to revert a failed Next Generation Cloud Server Resize. If it fails you need to contact support.
Create an Image of your Next Generation Server
This script will take an image of your System Drive (/dev/xvda1). If you have a data drive (/dev/xvdb or a higher letter) you will need to use either Cloud Backup or if it's a Cloud Block Storage device you can use Storage Snapshots
Attach Cloud Block Storage
This script will allow you to attach a Block Storage device to a Cloud Server. It must be in the same datacenter as the server in order for it to work properly.
Detach Cloud Block Storage
This script will let you detach your Block Storage device from a cloud server that it's already attached to.
Delete Cloud Block Storage
This script will attempt to delete a Block Storage Device from your account.