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Old 03-24-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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LXer: HowTo List Virtual Machines using Python and CIM Part 1


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Good morning my fellow Admins, Engineers, Scripters, Programmers, etc..... YOU GET THE IDEA :). For the past week, I have been learning all about the CIM and WBEM API. Since I am working alot more then I have ever have with VMware. I am trying to automate as much as possible with out using Perl. Now please do not think I am hating on Perl, it is not that at all, it is just the fact that I love Python, thats all! That being said here is the 1st part in a 2 part series on Listing Virtual Machines using Pywbem in Python. I the 1st part I will show you how to list Virtual Machines and data related to those VMs. Example Below...

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