assign_sla

Assign a Rubrik object to an SLA Domain.

def assign_sla(self, object_name, sla_name, object_type, log_backup_frequency_in_seconds=None, log_retention_hours=None, copy_only=None, windows_host=None, timeout=30)

Arguments

Name

Type

Description

Choices

object_name

str or list

The name of the Rubrik object you wish to assign to an SLA Domain. When the 'object_type' is 'volume_group', the object_name can be a list of volumes.

sla_name

str

The name of the SLA Domain you wish to assign an object to. To exclude the object from all SLA assignments use do not protect as the sla_name. To assign the selected object to the SLA of the next higher level object use clear as the sla_name.

object_type

str

The Rubrik object type you want to assign to the SLA Domain.

vmware, mssql_host, volume_group, ahv

Keyword Arguments

Name

Type

Description

Choices

Default

log_backup_frequency_in_seconds

int

The MSSQL Log Backup frequency you'd like to specify with the SLA. Required when the object_type is mssql_host.

None

log_retention_hours

int

The MSSQL Log Retention frequency you'd like to specify with the SLA. Required when the object_type is mssql_host.

None

copy_only

bool

Take Copy Only Backups with MSSQL. Required when the object_type is mssql_host.

None

windows_host

str

The name of the Windows host that contains the relevant volume group. Required when the object_type is volume_group.

None

nas_host

str

The name of the NAS host that contains the relevant share. Required when the object_type is fileset.

None

share

str

The name of the network share a fileset will be created for. Required when the object_type is fileset.

None

timeout

str

The number of seconds to wait to establish a connection the Rubrik cluster before returning a timeout error.

30

Returns

Type

Return Value

str

No change required. The vSphere VM 'object_name' is already assigned to the 'sla_name' SLA Domain.

str

No change required. The MSSQL Instance 'object_name' is already assigned to the 'sla_name' SLA Domain with the following log settings: log_backup_frequency_in_seconds: log_backup_frequency_in_seconds, log_retention_hours: log_retention_hours and copy_only: copy_only

str

No change required. The 'object_name' volume_group is already assigned to the 'sla_name' SLA Domain.

dict

The full API reponse for POST /internal/sla_domain/{sla_id}/assign.

dict

The full API response for PATCH /internal/volume_group/{id}.

Example

VMware

import rubrik_cdm
rubrik = rubrik_cdm.Connect()
vm_name = "python-sdk-demo"
sla_name = "Gold"
object_type = "vmware"
assign_sla = rubrik.assign_sla(vm_name, sla_name, object_type)

MSSQL

import rubrik_cdm
rubrik = rubrik_cdm.Connect()
object_name = 'python-sdk.demo.com'
object_type = 'mssql_host'
sla_name = 'Gold'
log_backup_frequency_in_seconds = 600
log_retention_hours = 12
copy_only = False
assignsla = rubrik.assign_sla(object_name, sla_name, object_type, logBackupFrequencyInSeconds, logRetentionHours, copyOnly)

Volume Group

import rubrik_cdm
rubrik = rubrik_cdm.Connect()
# Note: To escape the "\" character, you need to use an extra "\". In
# other words, the "C:\" volume is shown as "C:\\" in the Python code.
object_name = ["C:\\", "D:\\"]
windows_host = "windows2016.rubrik.com"
sla_name = "Gold"
assign_sla = rubrik.assign_sla(object_name, sla_name, "volume_group", windows_host=windows_host)

AHV

import rubrik_cdm
rubrik = rubrik_cdm.Connect()
vm_name = "python-sdk-demo"
sla_name = "Gold"
assign_sla = rubrik.assign_sla(object_name, sla_name, "ahv")
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Fileset

import rubrik_cdm
rubrik = rubrik_cdm.Connect()
object_name = 'nas_fileset'
object_type = 'fileset'
sla_name = 'Gold'
nas_host = 'nas-server.rubrik.com'
share = '/nas_share'
assign_sla = rubrik.assign_sla(object_name, sla_name, object_type, nas_host=nas_host, share=share)