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kytos - command line utilities to use with Kytos
Command line interface (cli) for Kytos SDN Platform. With these utilities you can interact with Kytos daemon and manage Network Applications (NApps) on your controller.
In order to execute kytos command line, please run: $ kytos --help Usage: kytos [-c <file>|--config <file>] <command> [<args>...] kytos [-v|--version] kytos [-h|--help] Options: -c <file>, --config <file> Load config file [default: ~/.kytosrc] -h, --help Show this screen. -v, --version Show version. The most commonly used kytos commands are: napps Create, list, enable, install (and other actions) NApps. server Start, Stop your Kytos Controller (Kytos) See 'kytos <command> -h|--help' for more information on a specific command. $ kytos napps -h You are at the "napps" command. Usage: kytos napps create kytos napps upload kytos napps delete <napp>... kytos napps list kytos napps install <napp>... kytos napps uninstall <napp>... kytos napps enable <napp>... kytos napps disable <napp>... kytos napps search <pattern> kytos napps -h | --help Options: -h, --help Show this screen. Common napps subcommands: create Create a bootstrap NApp structure for development. upload Upload current NApp to Kytos repository. delete Delete NApps from NApps Server. list List all NApps installed into your system. install Install a local or remote NApp into a controller. uninstall Remove a NApp from your controller. enable Enable a installed NApp. disable Disable a NApp. search Search for NApps in NApps Server.
We are available in IRC and there is also a development mailing list. Details are available in the full documentation.
If you want to contribute to this project, please read Kytos Documentation website: https://docs.kytos.io/kytos/contributing
The kytos was written by Kytos Development Team <email@example.com>. For a complete list of authors, please open AUTHORS.rst file. This manual page was written by Paulo Henrique de Lima Santana (phls) <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).