Models

This page documents all models made available by the linode_api4 library. These models are can be looked up or created as described in the Core Concepts document.

Account Models

class linode_api4.objects.account.Account(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

The contact and billing information related to your Account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#account-view

active_promotions = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
active_since = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
address_1 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
address_2 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

balance = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
balance_uninvoiced = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
billing_source = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
capabilities = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
city = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
company = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
country = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
credit_card = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

email = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
euuid = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
first_name = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

last_name = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

phone = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

state = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tax_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
zip = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.AccountAvailability(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Contains information about the resources available for a region under the current account.

API doc: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#region-service-availability

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

available = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

unavailable = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.AccountBetaProgram(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

The details and enrollment information of a Beta program that an account is enrolled in.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/beta-programs/#enrolled-beta-program-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ended = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
enrolled = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

started = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.AccountSettings(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Information related to your Account settings.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#account-settings-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

backups_enabled = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

longview_subscription = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

managed = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
network_helper = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
object_storage = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.account.Event(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An event object representing an event that took place on this account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#event-view

action = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

property domain

Returns the Linode Domain referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode Domain referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[Domain]

duration = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
entity = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

property linode

Returns the Linode Instance referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode Instance referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[Instance]

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

mark_read()[source]

Marks a single Event as read.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#event-mark-as-read

mark_seen()[source]

Marks a single Event as seen.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#event-mark-as-seen

message = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property nodebalancer

Returns the Linode NodeBalancer referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode NodeBalancer referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[NodeBalancer]

percent_complete = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
rate = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
read = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

secondary_entity = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
seen = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property stackscript

Returns the Linode StackScript referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode StackScript referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[StackScript]

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property ticket

Returns the Linode Support Ticket referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode Support Ticket referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[SupportTicket]

time_remaining = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
user_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property volume

Returns the Linode Volume referenced by this event.

Returns:

The Linode Volume referenced by this event.

Return type:

Optional[Volume]

class linode_api4.objects.account.Grant(client, cls, dct)[source]

A Grant is a single grant a user has to an object. A Grant’s entity is an object on the account, such as a Linode, NodeBalancer, or Volume, and its permissions level is one of None, “read_only” or “read_write”.

Grants cannot be accessed or updated individually, and are only relevant in the context of a UserGrants object.

property entity

Returns the object this grant is for. The objects type depends on the type of object this grant is applied to, and the object returned is not populated (accessing its attributes will trigger an api request).

Returns:

This grant’s entity

Return type:

Linode, NodeBalancer, Domain, StackScript, Volume, or Longview

class linode_api4.objects.account.Invoice(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A single invoice on this Linode account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#invoice-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

date = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

items = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

subtotal = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tax = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tax_summary = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
total = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.InvoiceItem(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

An individual invoice item under an Invoice object.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#invoice-items-list

amount = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

invoice_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

quantity = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

to = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
unit_price = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.Login(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A login entry for this account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#login-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

datetime = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

ip = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restricted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.OAuthClient(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An OAuthClient object that can be used to authenticate apps with this account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#oauth-client-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

public = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
redirect_uri = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
reset_secret()[source]

Resets the client secret for this client.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#oauth-client-secret-reset

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

secret = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
set_thumbnail(thumbnail)[source]

Sets the thumbnail for this OAuth Client. If thumbnail is bytes, uploads it as a png. Otherwise, assumes thumbnail is a path to the thumbnail and reads it in as bytes before uploading.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#oauth-client-thumbnail-update

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
thumbnail(dump_to=None)[source]

This returns binary data that represents a 128x128 image. If dump_to is given, attempts to write the image to a file at the given location.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#oauth-client-thumbnail-view

thumbnail_url = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.Payment(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An object representing a single payment on the current Linode Account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#payment-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

date = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

usd = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.PaymentMethod(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A payment method to be used on this Linode account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#payment-method-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
data = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

is_default = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

payment_method_make_default()[source]

Make this Payment Method the default method for automatically processing payments.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#payment-method-make-default

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.ServiceTransfer(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A transfer request for transferring a service between Linode accounts.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#service-transfer-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

entities = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
expiry = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

is_sender = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

service_transfer_accept()[source]

Accept a Service Transfer for the provided token to receive the services included in the transfer to your account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#service-transfer-accept

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
token = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.User(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An object representing a single user on this account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#user-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

email = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property grants

Retrieves the grants for this user. If the user is unrestricted, this will result in an ApiError. This is smart, and will only fetch from the api once unless the object is invalidated.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#users-grants-view

Returns:

The grants for this user.

Return type:

linode.objects.account.UserGrants

invalidate()[source]

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restricted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

ssh_keys = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tfa_enabled = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.account.UserGrants(client, username, json=None)[source]

The UserGrants object represents the grants given to a restricted user. Each section of grants has a list of objects and the level of grants this user has to that object.

This is not an instance of Base because it lacks most of the attributes of a Base-like model (such as a unique, ID-based endpoint at which to access it), however it has some similarities so that its usage is familiar.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#users-grants-view

save()[source]

Applies the grants to the parent user.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/account/#users-grants-update

linode_api4.objects.account.get_obj_grants()[source]

Returns Grant keys mapped to Object types.

Beta Models

class linode_api4.objects.beta.BetaProgram(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Beta program is a new product or service that’s not generally available to all customers. User with permissions can enroll into a beta program and access the functionalities.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/beta-programs/#beta-program-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ended = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
greenlight_only = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

more_info = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

started = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Database Models

class linode_api4.objects.database.Database(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A generic Database instance.

Note: This class does not have a corresponding GET endpoint. For detailed information about the database, use the .instance() property method instead.

allow_list = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

cluster_size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

encrypted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
engine = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
hosts = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property instance

Returns the underlying database object for the corresponding database engine. This is useful for performing operations on generic databases.

The following is an example of printing credentials for all databases regardless of engine:

client = LinodeClient(TOKEN)

databases = client.database.instances()

for db in databases:
    print(f"{db.hosts.primary}: {db.instance.credentials.username} {db.instance.credentials.password}")
instance_uri = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updates = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.DatabaseBackup(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A generic Managed Database backup.

This class is not intended to be used on its own. Use the appropriate subclasses for the corresponding database engine. (e.g. MySQLDatabaseBackup)

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restore()[source]

Restore a backup to a Managed Database on your Account.

API Documentation:

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.DatabaseEngine(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A managed database engine. The following database engines are available on Linode’s platform:

  • MySQL

  • PostgreSQL

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-database-engine-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

engine = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()[source]

Clear out cached properties.

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.DatabaseType(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

The type of a managed database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-database-type-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

deprecated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
disk = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
engines = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

memory = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

vcpus = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.MySQLDatabase(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An accessible Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-view

allow_list = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

backup_create(label, **kwargs)[source]

Creates a snapshot backup of a Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-backup-snapshot-create

backups = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
cluster_size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property credentials

Display the root username and password for an accessible Managed MySQL Database. The Database must have an active status to perform this command.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-credentials-view

Returns:

MappedObject containing credntials for this DB

Return type:

MappedObject

credentials_reset()[source]

Reset the root password for a Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-credentials-reset

Returns:

Response from the API call to reset credentials

Return type:

dict

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

encrypted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
engine = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
hosts = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()[source]

Clear out cached properties.

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

patch()[source]

Apply security patches and updates to the underlying operating system of the Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-patch

Returns:

Response from the API call to apply security patches

Return type:

dict

port = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
replication_type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

property ssl

Display the SSL CA certificate for an accessible Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-ssl-certificate-view

Returns:

MappedObject containing SSL CA certificate for this DB

Return type:

MappedObject

ssl_connection = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updates = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.MySQLDatabaseBackup(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A backup for an accessible Managed MySQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-mysql-database-backup-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restore()

Restore a backup to a Managed Database on your Account.

API Documentation:

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.PostgreSQLDatabase(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An accessible Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-view

allow_list = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

backup_create(label, **kwargs)[source]

Creates a snapshot backup of a Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-backup-snapshot-create

backups = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
cluster_size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property credentials

Display the root username and password for an accessible Managed PostgreSQL Database. The Database must have an active status to perform this command.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-credentials-view

Returns:

MappedObject containing credntials for this DB

Return type:

MappedObject

credentials_reset()[source]

Reset the root password for a Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-credentials-reset

Returns:

Response from the API call to reset credentials

Return type:

dict

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

encrypted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
engine = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
hosts = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()[source]

Clear out cached properties.

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

patch()[source]

Apply security patches and updates to the underlying operating system of the Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-patch

Returns:

Response from the API call to apply security patches

Return type:

dict

port = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
replication_commit_type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
replication_type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

property ssl

Display the SSL CA certificate for an accessible Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-ssl-certificate-view

Returns:

MappedObject containing SSL CA certificate for this DB

Return type:

MappedObject

ssl_connection = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updates = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.database.PostgreSQLDatabaseBackup(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A backup for an accessible Managed PostgreSQL Database.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/databases/#managed-postgresql-database-backup-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restore()

Restore a backup to a Managed Database on your Account.

API Documentation:

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Domain Models

class linode_api4.objects.domain.Domain(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A single Domain that you have registered in Linode’s DNS Manager. Linode is not a registrar, and in order for this Domain record to work you must own the domain and point your registrar at Linode’s nameservers.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

axfr_ips = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
clone(domain: str)[source]

Clones a Domain and all associated DNS records from a Domain that is registered in Linode’s DNS manager.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-clone

Parameters:

domain – The new domain for the clone. Domain labels cannot be longer than 63 characters and must conform to RFC1035. Domains must be unique on Linode’s platform, including across different Linode accounts; there cannot be two Domains representing the same domain.

Type:

domain: str

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
domain = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
domain_import(domain, remote_nameserver)[source]

Imports a domain zone from a remote nameserver. Your nameserver must allow zone transfers (AXFR) from the following IPs:

  • 96.126.114.97

  • 96.126.114.98

  • 2600:3c00::5e

= 2600:3c00::5f

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-import

Parameters:
  • domain – The domain to import.

  • remote_nameserver – The remote nameserver that allows zone transfers (AXFR).

Type:

domain: str

Type:

remote_nameserver: str

expire_sec = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
group = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

master_ips = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
record_create(record_type, **kwargs)[source]

Adds a new Domain Record to the zonefile this Domain represents. Each domain can have up to 12,000 active records.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-record-create

Parameters:
  • record_type – The type of Record this is in the DNS system. Can be one of: A, AAAA, NS, MX, CNAME, TXT, SRV, PTR, CAA.

  • kwargs – Additional optional parameters for creating a domain record. Valid parameters are: name, target, priority, weight, port, service, protocol, ttl_sec. Descriptions of these parameters can be found in the API Documentation above.

Type:

record_type: str

Type:

record_type: dict

Returns:

The newly created Domain Record

Return type:

DomainRecord

records = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
refresh_sec = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
retry_sec = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

soa_email = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ttl_sec = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
zone_file_view()[source]

Returns the zone file for the last rendered zone for the specified domain.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-zone-file-view

Returns:

The zone file for the last rendered zone for the specified domain in the form of a list of the lines of the zone file.

Return type:

List[str]

class linode_api4.objects.domain.DomainRecord(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A single record on a Domain.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/domains/#domain-record-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

domain_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

name = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
port = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
priority = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
protocol = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

service = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tag = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
target = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ttl_sec = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
weight = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Image Models

class linode_api4.objects.image.Image(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An Image is something a Linode Instance or Disk can be deployed from.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/images/#image-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

capabilities = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created_by = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

deprecated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
eol = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
expiry = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

is_public = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
vendor = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Linode Models

class linode_api4.objects.linode.Backup(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A Backup of a Linode Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#backup-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

available = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
configs = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

disks = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
duration = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
finished = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
linode_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

message = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
restore_to(linode, **kwargs)[source]

Restores a Linode’s Backup to the specified Linode.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#backup-restore

Parameters:
  • linode – The id of the Instance or the Instance to share the IPAddresses with. This Instance will be able to bring up the given addresses.

  • kwargs – A dict containing the The ID of the Linode to restore a Backup to and a boolean that, if True, deletes all Disks and Configs on the target Linode before restoring.

Type:

linode: int or Instance

Type:

kwargs: dict

Example usage:
kwargs = {

“linode_id”: 123, “overwrite”: true

}

Returns:

Returns true if the operation was successful

Return type:

bool

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.Config(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A Configuration Profile for a Linode Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#configuration-profile-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

comments = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

devices = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
helpers = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
initrd = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
interface_create_public(primary=False) NetworkInterface[source]

Creates a public interface for this Configuration Profile.

API Documentation: TODO

Parameters:

primary (bool) – Whether this interface is a primary interface.

Returns:

The newly created NetworkInterface.

Return type:

NetworkInterface

interface_create_vlan(label: str, ipam_address=None) NetworkInterface[source]

Creates a VLAN interface for this Configuration Profile.

API Documentation: TODO

Parameters:
  • label (str) – The label of the VLAN to associate this interface with.

  • ipam_address (str) – The IPAM address of this interface for the associated VLAN.

Returns:

The newly created NetworkInterface.

Return type:

NetworkInterface

interface_create_vpc(subnet: int | VPCSubnet, primary=False, ipv4: Dict[str, Any] | ConfigInterfaceIPv4 = None, ip_ranges: List[str] | None = None) NetworkInterface[source]

Creates a VPC interface for this Configuration Profile.

API Documentation: TODO

Parameters:
  • subnet (int or VPCSubnet) – The VPC subnet to associate this interface with.

  • primary (bool) – Whether this is a primary interface.

  • ipv4 (Dict or ConfigInterfaceIPv4) – The IPv4 configuration of the interface for the associated subnet.

  • ip_ranges (List of str) – A list of IPs or IP ranges in the VPC subnet. Packets to these CIDRs are routed through the VPC network interface.

Returns:

The newly created NetworkInterface.

Return type:

NetworkInterface

interface_reorder(interfaces: List[int | NetworkInterface])[source]

Change the order of the interfaces for this Configuration Profile.

API Documentation: TODO

Parameters:

interfaces (List of str or NetworkInterface) – A list of interfaces in the desired order.

interfaces = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

kernel = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
linode_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

memory_limit = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property network_interfaces

Returns the Network Interfaces for this Configuration Profile. This differs from the interfaces field as each NetworkInterface object is treated as its own API object.

API Documentation: TODO

root_device = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
run_level = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
virt_mode = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.ConfigInterface(purpose: str = 'public', primary: bool | None = None, label: str | None = None, ipam_address: str | None = None, vpc_id: int | None = None, subnet_id: int | None = None, ipv4: ConfigInterfaceIPv4 | Dict[str, Any] | None = None, ip_ranges: List[str] | None = None, id: int = 0)[source]

Represents a single interface in a Configuration Profile. This class only contains data about a config interface. If you would like to access a config interface directly, consider using NetworkInterface.

API Documentation: TODO

property dict: Dict[str, Any]

Alias for JSONObject._serialize()

filters: ClassVar[JSONFilterGroup] = namespace(purpose=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, primary=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, label=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, ipam_address=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, vpc_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, subnet_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, ipv4=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, ip_ranges=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>)

A group containing FilterableAttributes used to create SQLAlchemy-style filters.

Example usage::
self.client.regions.availability(

RegionAvailabilityEntry.filters.plan == “premium4096.7”

)

classmethod from_json(json: Dict[str, Any]) JSONObject | None

Creates an instance of this class from a JSON dict.

id: int = 0
ip_ranges: List[str] | None = None
ipam_address: str | None = None
ipv4: ConfigInterfaceIPv4 | Dict[str, Any] | None = None
label: str | None = None
primary: bool | None = None
purpose: str = 'public'
subnet_id: int | None = None
vpc_id: int | None = None
class linode_api4.objects.linode.ConfigInterfaceIPv4(vpc: str = '', nat_1_1: str = '')[source]
property dict: Dict[str, Any]

Alias for JSONObject._serialize()

filters: ClassVar[JSONFilterGroup] = namespace(vpc=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, nat_1_1=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>)

A group containing FilterableAttributes used to create SQLAlchemy-style filters.

Example usage::
self.client.regions.availability(

RegionAvailabilityEntry.filters.plan == “premium4096.7”

)

classmethod from_json(json: Dict[str, Any]) JSONObject | None

Creates an instance of this class from a JSON dict.

nat_1_1: str = ''
vpc: str = ''
class linode_api4.objects.linode.Disk(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A Disk for the storage space on a Compute Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#disk-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

duplicate()[source]

Copies a disk, byte-for-byte, into a new Disk belonging to the same Linode. The Linode must have enough storage space available to accept a new Disk of the same size as this one or this operation will fail.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#disk-clone

Returns:

A Disk object representing the cloned Disk

Return type:

Disk

filesystem = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
linode_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

reset_root_password(root_password=None)[source]

Resets the password of a Disk you have permission to read_write.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#disk-root-password-reset

Parameters:

root_password – The new root password for the OS installed on this Disk. The password must meet the complexity strength validation requirements for a strong password.

Type:

root_password: str

resize(new_size)[source]

Resizes this disk. The Linode Instance this disk belongs to must have sufficient space available to accommodate the new size, and must be offline.

NOTE If resizing a disk down, the filesystem on the disk must still fit on the new disk size. You may need to resize the filesystem on the disk first before performing this action.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#disk-resize

Parameters:

new_size (int) – The intended new size of the disk, in MB

Returns:

True if the resize was initiated successfully.

Return type:

bool

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.Instance(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Linode Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-view

alerts = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

property available_backups

The backups response contains what backups are available to be restored.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#backups-list

Returns:

A List of the available backups for the Linode Instance.

Return type:

List[Backup]

backups = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
boot(config=None)[source]

Boots a Linode you have permission to modify. If no parameters are given, a Config profile will be chosen for this boot based on the following criteria:

  • If there is only one Config profile for this Linode, it will be used.

  • If there is more than one Config profile, the last booted config will be used.

  • If there is more than one Config profile and none were the last to be booted (because the Linode was never booted or the last booted config was deleted) an error will be returned.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-boot

Parameters:

config – The Linode Config ID to boot into.

Type:

config: int

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

cancel_backups()[source]

Cancels Backups for this Instance. All existing Backups will be lost, including any snapshots that have been taken. This cannot be undone, but Backups can be re-enabled at a later date.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#backups-cancel

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

clone(to_linode=None, region=None, instance_type=None, configs=[], disks=[], label=None, group=None, with_backups=None)[source]

Clones this linode into a new linode or into a new linode in the given region

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-clone

Parameters:
  • to_linode – If an existing Linode is the target for the clone, the ID of that Linode. The existing Linode must have enough resources to accept the clone.

  • region – This is the Region where the Linode will be deployed. Region can only be provided and is required when cloning to a new Linode.

  • instance_type – A Linode’s Type determines what resources are available to it, including disk space, memory, and virtual cpus. The amounts available to a specific Linode are returned as specs on the Linode object.

  • configs – An array of configuration profile IDs.

  • disks – An array of disk IDs.

  • label – The label to assign this Linode when cloning to a new Linode.

  • group – A label used to group Linodes for display. Linodes are not required to have a group.

  • with_backups – If this field is set to true, the created Linode will automatically be enrolled in the Linode Backup service. This will incur an additional charge.

Type:

to_linode: int

Type:

region: str

Type:

instance_type: str

Type:

configs: List of int

Type:

disks: List of int

Type:

label: str

Type:

group: str

Type:

with_backups: bool

Returns:

The cloned Instance.

Return type:

Instance

config_create(kernel=None, label=None, devices=[], disks=[], volumes=[], interfaces=[], **kwargs)[source]

Creates a Linode Config with the given attributes.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#configuration-profile-create

Parameters:
  • kernel – The kernel to boot with.

  • label – The config label

  • disks – The list of disks, starting at sda, to map to this config.

  • volumes – The volumes, starting after the last disk, to map to this config

  • devices – A list of devices to assign to this config, in device index order. Values must be of type Disk or Volume. If this is given, you may not include disks or volumes.

  • **kwargs

    Any other arguments accepted by the api.

Returns:

A new Linode Config

configs = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

disk_create(size, label=None, filesystem=None, read_only=False, image=None, root_pass=None, authorized_keys=None, authorized_users=None, stackscript=None, **stackscript_args)[source]

Creates a new Disk for this Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#disk-create

Parameters:
  • size – The size of the disk, in MB

  • label – The label of the disk. If not given, a default label will be generated.

  • filesystem – The filesystem type for the disk. If not given, the default for the image deployed the disk will be used. Required if creating a disk without an image.

  • read_only – If True, creates a read-only disk

  • image – The Image to deploy to the disk.

  • root_pass – The password to configure for the root user when deploying an image to this disk. Not used if image is not given. If an image is given and root_pass is not, a password will be generated and returned alongside the new disk.

  • authorized_keys – A list of SSH keys to install as trusted for the root user.

  • authorized_users – A list of usernames whose keys should be installed as trusted for the root user. These user’s keys should already be set up, see ProfileGroup.ssh_keys for details.

  • stackscript – A StackScript object, or the ID of one, to deploy to this disk. Requires deploying a compatible image.

  • **stackscript_args

    Any arguments to pass to the StackScript, as defined by its User Defined Fields.

disks = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
enable_backups()[source]

Enable Backups for this Instance. When enabled, we will automatically backup your Instance’s data so that it can be restored at a later date. For more information on Instance’s Backups service and pricing, see our Backups Page: https://www.linode.com/backups

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#backups-enable

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

firewalls()[source]

View Firewall information for Firewalls associated with this Linode.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#firewalls-list

Returns:

A List of Firewalls of the Linode Instance.

Return type:

List[Firewall]

static generate_root_password()[source]
group = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
has_user_data = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
host_uuid = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
hypervisor = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
image = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
initiate_migration(region=None, upgrade=None, migration_type: MigrationType = 'cold')[source]

Initiates a pending migration that is already scheduled for this Linode Instance

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#dc-migrationpending-host-migration-initiate

Parameters:
  • region – The region to which the Linode will be migrated. Must be a valid region slug. A list of regions can be viewed by using the GET /regions endpoint. A cross data center migration will cancel a pending migration that has not yet been initiated. A cross data center migration will initiate a linode_migrate_datacenter_create event.

  • upgrade – When initiating a cross DC migration, setting this value to true will also ensure that the Linode is upgraded to the latest generation of hardware that corresponds to your Linode’s Type, if any free upgrades are available for it. If no free upgrades are available, and this value is set to true, then the endpoint will return a 400 error code and the migration will not be performed. If the data center set in the region field does not allow upgrades, then the endpoint will return a 400 error code and the migration will not be performed.

  • migration_type – The type of migration that will be used for this Linode migration. Customers can only use this param when activating a support-created migration. Customers can choose between a cold and warm migration, cold is the default type.

Type:

region: str

Type:

upgrade: bool

Type:

mirgation_type: str

invalidate()[source]

Clear out cached properties

ip_allocate(public=False)[source]

Allocates a new IPAddress for this Instance. Additional public IPs require justification, and you may need to open a SupportTicket before you can add one. You may only have, at most, one private IP per Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#ipv4-address-allocate

Parameters:

public (bool) – If the new IP should be public or private. Defaults to private.

Returns:

The new IPAddress

Return type:

IPAddress

property ips

The ips related collection is not normalized like the others, so we have to make an ad-hoc object to return for its response

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#networking-information-list

Returns:

A List of the ips of the Linode Instance.

Return type:

List[IPAddress]

ipv4 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ipv6 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

mutate(allow_auto_disk_resize=True)[source]

Upgrades this Instance to the latest generation type

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-upgrade

Parameters:

allow_auto_disk_resize – Automatically resize disks when resizing a Linode. When resizing down to a smaller plan your Linode’s data must fit within the smaller disk size. Defaults to true.

Type:

allow_auto_disk_resize: bool

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

nodebalancers()[source]

View a list of NodeBalancers that are assigned to this Linode and readable by the requesting User.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-nodebalancers-view

Returns:

A List of Nodebalancers of the Linode Instance.

Return type:

List[Nodebalancer]

reboot()[source]

Reboots a Linode you have permission to modify. If any actions are currently running or queued, those actions must be completed first before you can initiate a reboot.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-reboot

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

rebuild(image, root_pass=None, authorized_keys=None, **kwargs)[source]

Rebuilding an Instance deletes all existing Disks and Configs and deploys a new Image to it. This can be used to reset an existing Instance or to install an Image on an empty Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-rebuild

Parameters:
  • image (str or Image) – The Image to deploy to this Instance

  • root_pass (str) – The root password for the newly rebuilt Instance. If omitted, a password will be generated and returned.

  • authorized_keys (list or str) – The ssh public keys to install in the linode’s /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file. Each entry may be a single key, or a path to a file containing the key.

Returns:

The newly generated password, if one was not provided (otherwise True)

Return type:

str or bool

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
rescue(*disks)[source]

Rescue Mode is a safe environment for performing many system recovery and disk management tasks. Rescue Mode is based on the Finnix recovery distribution, a self-contained and bootable Linux distribution. You can also use Rescue Mode for tasks other than disaster recovery, such as formatting disks to use different filesystems, copying data between disks, and downloading files from a disk via SSH and SFTP.

Note that “sdh” is reserved and unavailable during rescue.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-boot-into-rescue-mode

Parameters:

disks – Devices that are either Disks or Volumes

Type:

disks: dict

Example usage:
disks = {
“sda”: {

“disk_id”: 124458, “volume_id”: null

}, “sdb”: {

“disk_id”: null, “volume_id”: null

}

}

reset_instance_root_password(root_password=None)[source]

Resets the root password for this Linode.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-root-password-reset

Parameters:

root_password – The root user’s password on this Linode. Linode passwords must meet a password strength score requirement that is calculated internally by the API. If the strength requirement is not met, you will receive a Password does not meet strength requirement error.

Type:

root_password: str

resize(new_type, allow_auto_disk_resize=True, migration_type: MigrationType = 'cold', **kwargs)[source]

Resizes a Linode you have the read_write permission to a different Type. If any actions are currently running or queued, those actions must be completed first before you can initiate a resize. Additionally, the following criteria must be met in order to resize a Linode:

  • The Linode must not have a pending migration.

  • Your Account cannot have an outstanding balance.

  • The Linode must not have more disk allocation than the new Type allows.
    • In that situation, you must first delete or resize the disk to be smaller.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-resize

Parameters:
  • new_type – The Linode Type or the id representing it.

  • allow_auto_disk_resize – Automatically resize disks when resizing a Linode. When resizing down to a smaller plan your Linode’s data must fit within the smaller disk size. Defaults to true.

  • migration_type – Type of migration to be used when resizing a Linode. Customers can choose between warm and cold, the default type is cold.

Type:

new_type: Type or int

Type:

allow_auto_disk_resize: bool

Type:

migration_type: str

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

shutdown()[source]

Shuts down a Linode you have permission to modify. If any actions are currently running or queued, those actions must be completed first before you can initiate a shutdown.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-shut-down

Returns:

True if the operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

snapshot(label=None)[source]

Creates a snapshot Backup of a Linode.

Important: If you already have a snapshot of this Linode, this is a destructive action. The previous snapshot will be deleted.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#snapshot-create

Parameters:

label – The label for the new snapshot.

Type:

label: str

Returns:

The snapshot Backup created.

Return type:

Backup

specs = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property stats

Returns the JSON stats for this Instance

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linode-statistics-view

Returns:

The JSON stats for this Instance

Return type:

dict

stats_for(dt)[source]

Returns stats for the month containing the given datetime

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#statistics-view-yearmonth

Parameters:

dt – A Datetime for which to return statistics

Type:

dt: Datetime

Returns:

The JSON stats for this Instance at the specified Datetime

Return type:

dict

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property transfer

Get per-linode transfer

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#network-transfer-view

Returns:

The network transfer statistics for the current month.

Return type:

MappedObject

transfer_year_month(year, month)[source]

Get per-linode transfer for specified month

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#network-transfer-view-yearmonth

Parameters:
  • year – Numeric value representing the year to look up.

  • month – Numeric value representing the month to look up.

Type:

year: int

Type:

month: int

Returns:

The network transfer statistics for the specified month.

Return type:

MappedObject

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
volumes()[source]

View Block Storage Volumes attached to this Linode.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#linodes-volumes-list

Returns:

A List of Volumes of the Linode Instance.

Return type:

List[Volume]

watchdog_enabled = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.Kernel(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

The primary component of every Linux system. The kernel interfaces with the system’s hardware and it controls the operating system’s core functionality.

Your Compute Instance is capable of running one of three kinds of kernels:

  • Upstream kernel (or distribution-supplied kernel): This kernel is maintained and provided by your Linux distribution. A major benefit of this kernel is that the distribution was designed with this kernel in mind and all updates are managed through the distributions package management system. It also may support features not present in the Linode kernel (for example, SELinux).

  • Linode kernel: Linode also maintains kernels that can be used on a Compute Instance. If selected, these kernels are provided to your Compute Instance at boot (not directly installed on your system). The Current Kernels page displays a list of all the available Linode kernels.

  • Custom-compiled kernel: A kernel that you compile from source. Compiling a kernel can let you use features not available in the upstream or Linode kernels, but it takes longer to compile the kernel from source than to download it from your package manager. For more information on custom compiled kernels, review our guides for Debian, Ubuntu, and CentOS.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-instances/#kernel-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

architecture = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
built = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

deprecated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

kvm = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

pvops = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

updates = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
xen = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.MigrationType[source]
COLD = 'cold'
WARM = 'warm'
class linode_api4.objects.linode.NetworkInterface(client, id, parent_id, instance_id=None, json=None)[source]

This class represents a Configuration Profile’s network interface object. NOTE: This class cannot be used for the interfaces attribute on Config POST and PUT requests.

API Documentation: TODO

active = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

ip_ranges = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ipam_address = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ipv4 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

primary = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
purpose = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

property subnet: VPCSubnet

Get the subnet this VPC is referencing.

Returns:

The VPCSubnet associated with this interface.

Return type:

VPCSubnet

subnet_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
vpc_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.StackScript(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A script allowing users to reproduce specific software configurations when deploying Compute Instances, with more user control than static system images.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/stackscripts/#stackscript-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

deployments_active = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
deployments_total = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
images = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

is_public = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

mine = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
rev_note = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

script = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
user_defined_fields = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
user_gravatar_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.Type(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Linode Plan type to specify the resources available to a Linode Instance.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-types/#type-view

addons = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

disk = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
gpus = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

memory = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
network_out = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
price = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region_prices = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

successor = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
transfer = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type_class = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
vcpus = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.linode.UserDefinedField(name, label, example, field_type, choices=None)[source]
class linode_api4.objects.linode.UserDefinedFieldType(value, names=None, *values, module=None, qualname=None, type=None, start=1, boundary=None)[source]
select_many = 3
select_one = 2
text = 1

LKE Models

class linode_api4.objects.lke.KubeVersion(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A KubeVersion is a version of Kubernetes that can be deployed on LKE.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubernetes-version-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.lke.LKECluster(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An LKE Cluster is a single k8s cluster deployed via Linode Kubernetes Engine.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubernetes-cluster-view

property api_endpoints

A list of API Endpoints for this Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubernetes-api-endpoints-list

Returns:

A list of MappedObjects of the API Endpoints

Return type:

List[MappedObject]

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

cluster_dashboard_url_view()[source]

Get a Kubernetes Dashboard access URL for this Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubernetes-cluster-dashboard-url-view

Returns:

The Kubernetes Dashboard access URL for this Cluster.

Return type:

str

cluster_nodes_recycle()[source]

Recycles all nodes in all pools of a designated Kubernetes Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#cluster-nodes-recycle

cluster_regenerate()[source]

Regenerate the Kubeconfig file and/or the service account token for a Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubernetes-cluster-regenerate

control_plane = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

k8s_version = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property kubeconfig

The administrative Kubernetes Config used to access this cluster, encoded in base64. Note that this config contains sensitive credentials to your cluster.

To convert this config into a readable form, use python’s base64 module:

import base64

config = my_cluster.kubeconfig
yaml_config = base64.b64decode(config)

# write this config out to disk
with open("/path/to/target/kubeconfig.yaml", "w") as f:
    f.write(yaml_config.decode())

It may take a few minutes for a config to be ready when creating a new cluster; during that time this request may fail.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubeconfig-view

Returns:

The Kubeconfig file for this Cluster.

Return type:

str

kubeconfig_delete()[source]

Delete and regenerate the Kubeconfig file for a Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#kubeconfig-delete

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

node_delete(nodeId)[source]

Delete a specific Node from a Node Pool.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-delete

Parameters:

nodeId (str) – ID of the Node to delete.

node_pool_create(node_type, node_count, **kwargs)[source]

Creates a new LKENodePool for this cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-pool-create

Parameters:
  • node_type (Type or str) – The type of nodes to create in this pool.

  • node_count (int) – The number of nodes to create in this pool.

  • kwargs – Any other arguments to pass to the API. See the API docs for possible values.

Returns:

The new Node Pool

Return type:

LKENodePool

node_recycle(nodeId)[source]

Recycle a specific Node from an LKE cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-recycle

Parameters:

nodeId (str) – ID of the Node to recycle.

node_view(nodeId)[source]

Get a specific Node by ID.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-view

Parameters:

nodeId (str) – ID of the Node to look up.

Returns:

The specified Node

Return type:

LKENodePoolNode

pools = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

service_token_delete()[source]

Delete and regenerate the service account token for a Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#service-token-delete

tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.lke.LKENodePool(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

An LKE Node Pool describes a pool of Linode Instances that exist within an LKE Cluster.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-pool-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

autoscaler = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
cluster_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
count = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

disks = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

nodes = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
recycle()[source]

Deleted and recreates all Linodes in this Node Pool in a rolling fashion. Completing this operation may take several minutes. This operation will cause all local data on Linode Instances in this pool to be lost.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/linode-kubernetes-engine-lke/#node-pool-recycle

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.lke.LKENodePoolNode(client, json)[source]

AN LKE Node Pool Node is a helper class that is used to populate the “nodes” array of an LKE Node Pool, and set up an automatic relationship with the Linode Instance the Node represented.

id

The ID of this Node Pool Node

instance

The Instance object backing this Node Pool Node

instance_id

The ID of the Linode Instance this Node represents

status

The Status of this Node Pool Node

Longview Models

class linode_api4.objects.longview.LongviewClient(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Longview Client that is accessible for use. Longview is Linode’s system data graphing service.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/longview/#longview-client-view

api_key = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

apps = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
install_code = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.longview.LongviewPlan(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

The current Longview Plan an account is using.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/longview/#longview-plan-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

clients_included = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

price = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.longview.LongviewSubscription(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Contains the Longview Plan details for a specific subscription id.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/longview/#longview-subscription-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

clients_included = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

price = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

Networking Models

class linode_api4.objects.networking.Firewall(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Note

This endpoint is in beta. This will only function if base_url is set to https://api.linode.com/v4beta.

An instance of a Linode Cloud Firewall.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#firewall-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

device_create(id, type='linode', **kwargs)[source]

Creates and attaches a device to this Firewall

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#firewall-device-create

Parameters:
  • id (int) – The ID of the entity to create a device for.

  • type (str) – The type of entity the device is being created for. (linode)

devices = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
get_rules()[source]

Gets the JSON rules for this Firewall.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#firewall-rules-update__request-samples

Returns:

The rules that this Firewall is currently configured with.

Return type:

dict

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

rules = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
update_rules(rules)[source]

Sets the JSON rules for this Firewall.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#firewall-rules-update__request-samples

Parameters:

rules (dict) – The rules to apply to this Firewall.

updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.networking.FirewallDevice(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

An object representing the assignment between a Linode Firewall and another Linode resource.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#firewall-device-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

entity = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.networking.IPAddress(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

note:: This endpoint is in beta. This will only function if base_url is set to https://api.linode.com/v4beta.

Represents a Linode IP address object.

When attempting to reset the rdns field to default, consider using the ExplicitNullValue class:

ip = IPAddress(client, "127.0.0.1")
ip.rdns = ExplicitNullValue
ip.save()

# Re-populate all attributes with new information from the API
ip.invalidate()

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#ip-address-view

address = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

gateway = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

property linode
linode_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

prefix = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
public = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
rdns = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

subnet_mask = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
to(linode)[source]

This is a helper method for ip-assign, and should not be used outside of that context. It’s used to cleanly build an IP Assign request with pretty python syntax.

type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
vpc_nat_1_1 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.networking.IPv6Pool(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

DEPRECATED

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

range = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.networking.IPv6Range(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An instance of a Linode IPv6 Range.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#ipv6-range-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

is_bgp = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
linodes = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

prefix = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
range = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
route_target = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.networking.InstanceIPNAT1To1(address: str = '', subnet_id: int = 0, vpc_id: int = 0)[source]

InstanceIPNAT1To1 contains information about the NAT 1:1 mapping of VPC IP together with the VPC and subnet ids.

address: str = ''
property dict: Dict[str, Any]

Alias for JSONObject._serialize()

filters: ClassVar[JSONFilterGroup] = namespace(address=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, subnet_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, vpc_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>)

A group containing FilterableAttributes used to create SQLAlchemy-style filters.

Example usage::
self.client.regions.availability(

RegionAvailabilityEntry.filters.plan == “premium4096.7”

)

classmethod from_json(json: Dict[str, Any]) JSONObject | None

Creates an instance of this class from a JSON dict.

subnet_id: int = 0
vpc_id: int = 0
class linode_api4.objects.networking.VLAN(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

Note

At this time, the Linode API only supports listing VLANs.

Note

This endpoint is in beta. This will only function if base_url is set to https://api.linode.com/v4beta.

An instance of a Linode VLAN. VLANs provide a mechanism for secure communication between two or more Linodes that are assigned to the same VLAN. VLANs are implicitly created during Instance or Instance Config creation.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/networking/#vlans-list

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
linodes = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

class linode_api4.objects.networking.VPCIPAddress(address: str = '', gateway: str = '', region: str = '', subnet_mask: str = '', vpc_id: int = 0, subnet_id: int = 0, linode_id: int = 0, config_id: int = 0, interface_id: int = 0, prefix: int = 0, active: bool = False, address_range: str | None = None, nat_1_1: str | None = None)[source]

VPCIPAddress represents the IP address of a VPC.

NOTE: This is not implemented as a typical API object (Base) because VPC IPs cannot be refreshed through the /networking/ips/{address} endpoint.

active: bool = False
address: str = ''
address_range: str | None = None
config_id: int = 0
property dict: Dict[str, Any]

Alias for JSONObject._serialize()

filters: ClassVar[JSONFilterGroup] = namespace(address=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, gateway=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, region=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, subnet_mask=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, vpc_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, subnet_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, linode_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, config_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, interface_id=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, prefix=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, active=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, address_range=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, nat_1_1=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>)

A group containing FilterableAttributes used to create SQLAlchemy-style filters.

Example usage::
self.client.regions.availability(

RegionAvailabilityEntry.filters.plan == “premium4096.7”

)

classmethod from_json(json: Dict[str, Any]) JSONObject | None

Creates an instance of this class from a JSON dict.

gateway: str = ''
interface_id: int = 0
linode_id: int = 0
nat_1_1: str | None = None
prefix: int = 0
region: str = ''
subnet_id: int = 0
subnet_mask: str = ''
vpc_id: int = 0

Nodebalancer Models

class linode_api4.objects.nodebalancer.NodeBalancer(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A single NodeBalancer you can access.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#nodebalancer-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

client_conn_throttle = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
config_create(**kwargs)[source]

Creates a NodeBalancer Config, which allows the NodeBalancer to accept traffic on a new port. You will need to add NodeBalancer Nodes to the new Config before it can actually serve requests.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#config-create

Returns:

The config that created successfully.

Return type:

NodeBalancerConfig

config_rebuild(config_id, nodes, **kwargs)[source]

Rebuilds a NodeBalancer Config and its Nodes that you have permission to modify. Use this command to update a NodeBalancer’s Config and Nodes with a single request.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#config-rebuild

Parameters:
  • config_id (int) – The ID of the Config to access.

  • nodes ([{ address: str, id: int, label: str, mode: str, weight: int }]) – The NodeBalancer Node(s) that serve this Config.

Returns:

A nodebalancer config that rebuilt successfully.

Return type:

NodeBalancerConfig

configs = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

firewalls()[source]

View Firewall information for Firewalls associated with this NodeBalancer.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#nodebalancer-firewalls-list

Returns:

A List of Firewalls of the Linode NodeBalancer.

Return type:

List[Firewall]

hostname = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

ipv4 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ipv6 = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

statistics()[source]

Returns detailed statistics about the requested NodeBalancer.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#nodebalancer-statistics-view

Returns:

The requested stats.

Return type:

MappedObject

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
transfer = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.nodebalancer.NodeBalancerConfig(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

The configuration information for a single port of this NodeBalancer.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#config-view

algorithm = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

check = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_attempts = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_body = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_interval = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_passive = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_path = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
check_timeout = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
cipher_suite = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

load_ssl_data(cert_file, key_file)[source]

A convenience method that loads a cert and a key from files and sets them on this object. This can make enabling ssl easier (instead of you needing to load the files yourself).

This does not change protocol/port for you, or save anything. Once this is called, you must still call save() on this object for the changes to take effect.

Parameters:
  • cert_file (str) – A path to the file containing the public certificate

  • key_file (str) – A path to the file containing the unpassphrased private key

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

node_create(label, address, **kwargs)[source]

Creates a NodeBalancer Node, a backend that can accept traffic for this NodeBalancer Config. Nodes are routed requests on the configured port based on their status.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#node-create

Parameters:
  • address (str) – The private IP Address where this backend can be reached. This must be a private IP address.

  • label (str) – The label for this node. This is for display purposes only. Must have a length between 2 and 32 characters.

Returns:

The node which is created successfully.

Return type:

NodeBalancerNode

nodebalancer_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property nodes

This is a special derived_class relationship because NodeBalancerNode is the only api object that requires two parent_ids

Returns a paginated list of NodeBalancer nodes associated with this Config. These are the backends that will be sent traffic for this port.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#nodes-list

Returns:

A paginated list of NodeBalancer nodes.

Return type:

PaginatedList of NodeBalancerNode

nodes_status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
port = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
protocol = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
proxy_protocol = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

ssl_cert = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ssl_commonname = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ssl_fingerprint = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ssl_key = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
stickiness = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.nodebalancer.NodeBalancerNode(client, id, parent_id, nodebalancer_id=None, json=None)[source]

The information about a single Node, a backend for this NodeBalancer’s configured port.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/nodebalancers/#node-view

address = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

config_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

mode = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
nodebalancer_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
tags = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
weight = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Object Storage Models

class linode_api4.objects.object_storage.ObjectStorageACL[source]
AUTHENTICATED_READ = 'authenticated-read'
CUSTOM = 'custom'
PRIVATE = 'private'
PUBLIC_READ = 'public-read'
PUBLIC_READ_WRITE = 'public-read-write'
class linode_api4.objects.object_storage.ObjectStorageBucket(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A bucket where objects are stored in.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-bucket-view

access(cluster, bucket_name, permissions)[source]

Returns a dict formatted to be included in the bucket_access argument of keys_create. See the docs for that method for an example of usage.

Parameters:
  • cluster (ObjectStorageCluster or str) – The Object Storage cluster to grant access in.

  • bucket_name (str) – The name of the bucket to grant access to.

  • permissions (str) – The permissions to grant. Should be one of “read_only” or “read_write”.

Returns:

A dict formatted correctly for specifying bucket access for new keys.

Return type:

dict

access_modify(acl: ObjectStorageACL = None, cors_enabled=None)[source]

Allows changing basic Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) and Access Control Level (ACL) settings. Only allows enabling/disabling CORS for all origins, and/or setting canned ACLs. For more fine-grained control of both systems, please use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-bucket-access-modify

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

  • acl (str Enum: private,public-read,authenticated-read,public-read-write) – The Access Control Level of the bucket using a canned ACL string. For more fine-grained control of ACLs, use the S3 API directly.

  • cors_enabled (bool) – If true, the bucket will be created with CORS enabled for all origins. For more fine-grained controls of CORS, use the S3 API directly.

access_update(acl: ObjectStorageACL = None, cors_enabled=None)[source]

Allows changing basic Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) and Access Control Level (ACL) settings. Only allows enabling/disabling CORS for all origins, and/or setting canned ACLs. For more fine-grained control of both systems, please use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-bucket-access-update

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

  • acl (str Enum: private,public-read,authenticated-read,public-read-write) – The Access Control Level of the bucket using a canned ACL string. For more fine-grained control of ACLs, use the S3 API directly.

  • cors_enabled (bool) – If true, the bucket will be created with CORS enabled for all origins. For more fine-grained controls of CORS, use the S3 API directly.

classmethod api_list()[source]

Override this method to return the correct URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type - Object Storage Bucket.

cluster = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
contents(marker=None, delimiter=None, prefix=None, page_size=100)[source]

Returns the contents of a bucket. The contents are paginated using a marker, which is the name of the last object on the previous page. Objects may be filtered by prefix and delimiter as well; see Query Parameters for more information.

This endpoint is available for convenience. It is recommended that instead you use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-bucket-contents-list

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

  • marker (str) – The “marker” for this request, which can be used to paginate through large buckets. Its value should be the value of the next_marker property returned with the last page. Listing bucket contents does not support arbitrary page access. See the next_marker property in the responses section for more details.

  • delimiter (str) – The delimiter for object names; if given, object names will be returned up to the first occurrence of this character. This is most commonly used with the / character to allow bucket transversal in a manner similar to a filesystem, however any delimiter may be used. Use in conjunction with prefix to see object names past the first occurrence of the delimiter.

  • prefix – Filters objects returned to only those whose name start with the given prefix. Commonly used in conjunction with delimiter to allow transversal of bucket contents in a manner similar to a filesystem.

  • page_size (int 25..500) – The number of items to return per page. Defaults to 100.

Returns:

A list of the MappedObject of the requested bucket’s contents.

Return type:

[MappedObject]

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

hostname = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)[source]

Override this method to pass in the parent_id from the _raw_json object when it’s available.

object_acl_config(name=None)[source]

View an Object’s configured Access Control List (ACL) in this Object Storage bucket. ACLs define who can access your buckets and objects and specify the level of access granted to those users.

This endpoint is available for convenience. It is recommended that instead you use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-object-acl-config-view

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

  • name (str) – The name of the object for which to retrieve its Access Control List (ACL). Use the Object Storage Bucket Contents List endpoint to access all object names in a bucket.

Returns:

The Object’s canned ACL and policy.

Return type:

MappedObject

object_acl_config_update(acl: ObjectStorageACL, name)[source]

Update an Object’s configured Access Control List (ACL) in this Object Storage bucket. ACLs define who can access your buckets and objects and specify the level of access granted to those users.

This endpoint is available for convenience. It is recommended that instead you use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-object-acl-config-update

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

  • acl (str Enum: private,public-read,authenticated-read,public-read-write,custom) – The Access Control Level of the bucket, as a canned ACL string. For more fine-grained control of ACLs, use the S3 API directly.

  • name (str) – The name of the object for which to retrieve its Access Control List (ACL). Use the Object Storage Bucket Contents List endpoint to access all object names in a bucket.

Returns:

The Object’s canned ACL and policy.

Return type:

MappedObject

objects = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

size = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
ssl_cert()[source]

Returns a result object which wraps a bool value indicating if this bucket has a corresponding TLS/SSL certificate that was uploaded by an Account user.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-tlsssl-cert-view

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

Returns:

A result object which has a bool field indicating if this Bucket has a corresponding TLS/SSL certificate that was uploaded by an Account user.

Return type:

MappedObject

ssl_cert_delete()[source]

Deletes this Object Storage bucket’s user uploaded TLS/SSL certificate and private key.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-tlsssl-cert-delete

Parameters:
  • cluster_id (str) – The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

  • bucket (str) – The bucket name.

Returns:

True if the TLS/SSL certificate and private key in the bucket were successfully deleted.

Return type:

bool

ssl_cert_upload(certificate, private_key)[source]

Upload a TLS/SSL certificate and private key to be served when you visit your Object Storage bucket via HTTPS. Your TLS/SSL certificate and private key are stored encrypted at rest.

To replace an expired certificate, delete your current certificate and upload a new one.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-tlsssl-cert-upload

param cluster_id:

The ID of the cluster this bucket exists in.

type cluster_id:

str

param bucket:

The bucket name.

type bucket:

str

param certificate:

Your Base64 encoded and PEM formatted SSL certificate. Line breaks must be represented as “

” in the string

for requests (but not when using the Linode CLI)

type certificate:

str

param private_key:

The private key associated with this TLS/SSL certificate. Line breaks must be represented as “

” in the string

for requests (but not when using the Linode CLI)

type private_key:

str

returns:

A result object which has a bool field indicating if this Bucket has a corresponding TLS/SSL certificate that was uploaded by an Account user.

rtype:

MappedObject

class linode_api4.objects.object_storage.ObjectStorageCluster(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A cluster where Object Storage is available.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#cluster-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

buckets_in_cluster(*filters)[source]

Returns a list of Buckets in this cluster belonging to this Account.

This endpoint is available for convenience. It is recommended that instead you use the more fully-featured S3 API directly.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-buckets-in-cluster-list

Parameters:

filters – Any number of filters to apply to this query. See Filtering Collections for more details on filtering.

Returns:

A list of Object Storage Buckets that in the requested cluster.

Return type:

PaginatedList of ObjectStorageBucket

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

domain = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

region = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

static_site_domain = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.object_storage.ObjectStorageKeys(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A keypair that allows third-party applications to access Linode Object Storage.

API documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/object-storage/#object-storage-key-view

access_key = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

bucket_access = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
limited = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

secret_key = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>

Profile Models

class linode_api4.objects.profile.AuthorizedApp(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An application with authorized access to an account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#authorized-app-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

expiry = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

scopes = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
thumbnail_url = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
website = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.profile.PersonalAccessToken(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Person Access Token associated with a Profile.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#personal-access-token-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

expiry = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

scopes = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
token = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.profile.Profile(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Profile containing information about the current User.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#profile-view

add_whitelist_entry(address, netmask, note=None)[source]

Adds a new entry to this user’s IP whitelist, if enabled

DEPRECATED: Limited to customers with a feature tag

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

authentication_type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
authorized_keys = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
confirm_tfa(code)[source]

Confirms TFA for an account. Needs a TFA code generated by enable_tfa

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#two-factor-authentication-confirmenable

Parameters:

code (str) – The Two Factor code you generated with your Two Factor secret. These codes are time-based, so be sure it is current.

Returns:

Returns true if operation was successful

Return type:

bool

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

disable_tfa()[source]

Turns off TFA for this user’s account.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#two-factor-authentication-disable

Returns:

Returns true if operation was successful

Return type:

bool

email = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
email_notifications = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
enable_tfa()[source]

Enables TFA for the token’s user. This requies a follow-up request to confirm TFA. Returns the TFA secret that needs to be confirmed.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#two-factor-secret-create

Returns:

The TFA secret

Return type:

str

property grants

Returns grants for the current user

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#grants-list

Returns:

The grants for the current user

Return type:

UserGrants

invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

ip_whitelist_enabled = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
lish_auth_method = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

referrals = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
restricted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

timezone = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
two_factor_auth = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
uid = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
verified_phone_number = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property whitelist

Returns the user’s whitelist entries, if whitelist is enabled

DEPRECATED: Limited to customers with a feature tag

class linode_api4.objects.profile.ProfileLogin(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Login object displaying information about a successful account login from this user.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#login-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

datetime = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

ip = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

restricted = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
username = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.profile.SSHKey(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An SSH Public Key uploaded to your profile for use in Linode Instance deployments.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#ssh-key-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

ssh_key = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.profile.TrustedDevice(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Trusted Device for a User.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/profile/#trusted-device-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

expiry = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

last_authenticated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
last_remote_addr = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

user_agent = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.profile.WhitelistEntry(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

DEPRECATED: Limited to customers with a feature tag

address = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

netmask = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
note = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

Region Models

class linode_api4.objects.region.Region(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

A Region. Regions correspond to individual data centers, each located in a different geographical area.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/regions/#region-view

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

property availability: List[RegionAvailabilityEntry]
capabilities = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
country = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

label = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

resolvers = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

site_type = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
class linode_api4.objects.region.RegionAvailabilityEntry(region: str = None, plan: str = None, available: bool = False)[source]

Represents the availability of a Linode type within a region.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/regions/#region-availability-view

available: bool = False
property dict: Dict[str, Any]

Alias for JSONObject._serialize()

filters: ClassVar[JSONFilterGroup] = namespace(region=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, plan=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>, available=<linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>)

A group containing FilterableAttributes used to create SQLAlchemy-style filters.

Example usage::
self.client.regions.availability(

RegionAvailabilityEntry.filters.plan == “premium4096.7”

)

classmethod from_json(json: Dict[str, Any]) JSONObject | None

Creates an instance of this class from a JSON dict.

plan: str = None
region: str = None

Support Models

class linode_api4.objects.support.SupportTicket(client: object, id: object, json: object = {})[source]

An objected representing a Linode Support Ticket.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/support/#replies-list

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

attachments = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
closable = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
closed = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
property domain

If applicable, the Domain referenced in this ticket.

Returns:

The Domain referenced in this ticket.

Return type:

Optional[Domain]

entity = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
gravatar_id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server

property linode

If applicable, the Linode referenced in this ticket.

Returns:

The Linode referenced in this ticket.

Return type:

Optional[Instance]

static make(id, client, cls, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an api object based on an id and class.

Parameters:
  • id – The id of the object to create

  • client – The LinodeClient to give the new object

  • cls – The class type to instantiate

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to use to populate the new class

Returns:

An instance of cls with the given id

classmethod make_instance(id, client, parent_id=None, json=None)

Makes an instance of the class this is called on and returns it.

The intended usage is:

instance = Linode.make_instance(123, client, json=response)

Parameters:
  • cls – The class this was called on.

  • id – The id of the instance to create

  • client – The client to use for this instance

  • parent_id – The parent id for derived classes

  • json – The JSON to populate the instance with

Returns:

A new instance of this type, populated with json

property nodebalancer

If applicable, the NodeBalancer referenced in this ticket.

Returns:

The NodeBalancer referenced in this ticket.

Return type:

Optional[NodeBalancer]

opened = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
opened_by = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
post_reply(description)[source]

Adds a reply to an existing Support Ticket.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/support/#reply-create

Parameters:

description (str) – The content of this Support Ticket Reply.

Returns:

The new TicketReply object.

Return type:

Optional[TicketReply]

replies = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
save(force=True) bool

Send this object’s mutable values to the server in a PUT request.

Parameters:

force (bool) – If true, this method will always send a PUT request regardless of whether the field has been explicitly updated. For optimization purposes, this field should be set to false for typical update operations. (Defaults to True)

status = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
summary = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
support_ticket_close()[source]

Closes a Support Ticket.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/support/#support-ticket-close

updated = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
updated_by = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
upload_attachment(attachment: Path | str)[source]

Uploads an attachment to an existing Support Ticket.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/support/#support-ticket-attachment-create

Parameters:

attachment (str) – A path to the file to upload as an attachment.

Returns:

Whether the upload operation was successful.

Return type:

bool

property volume

If applicable, the Volume referenced in this ticket.

Returns:

The Volume referenced in this ticket.

Return type:

Optional[Volume]

class linode_api4.objects.support.TicketReply(client, id, parent_id, json={})[source]

A reply to a Support Ticket.

API Documentation: https://www.linode.com/docs/api/support/#replies-list

classmethod api_list()

Returns a URL that will produce a list of JSON objects of this class’ type

created = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
created_by = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
delete()

Sends a DELETE request for this object

description = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
from_linode = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
id = <linode_api4.objects.filtering.FilterableAttribute object>
invalidate()

Invalidates all non-identifier Properties this object has locally, causing the next access to re-fetch them from the server