Start/ Stop Container Using The Proxmox Web API in Bash

The Proxmox Web API can perform any actions available in the front end Web. By implementing a REST API, all commands have been exposed and can be used programatically. In this example we’ll use Bash to call the Proxmox Web API with our authentication token to start and stop an existing LXC Container. See this

Getting Started With Proxmox HTTP API Commands

Proxmox has 2 API access points that can be used to control your Proxmox server and virtual guests. One of the API access points is using the command line, which you’re likely already familiar with. The other is the HTTP web API which is exposed as part of the WEB GUI on port 8006. The

Parse Proxmox Web API authentication ticket and the CSRFPreventionToken in Bash

The Proxmox Web API can perform any actions available in the front end Web. By implementing a REST API, all commands have been exposed and can be used programatically. The API is secured using a token based method which provides a ticket that must accompany all API requests except for the request that generates the token. The

Proxmox 5.0 Beta 2 is Now Available

The Proxmox VE team have released a new BETA version of their 5.0 branch to the public. Proxmox 5.0 beta 1 was released recently, and now the team have released the 2nd beta fixing numerous bugs. Based on Debian Stretch Kernel 4.10 Updated qemu 2.9 that supports nested virtualization New Ceph Luminous (12) which is the