Recently someone asked me how to reboot a Droplet with the DigitalOcean API so I decided to put to together a few examples on how to do that with different scripts including:
Hope that this helps!
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According to the official API documentation, you can reboot a droplet with the following
To do the same thing with PHP you could use the following script:
curl_initwe prepare our URL, note that you would need to install
php-curlin order to be able to do so
curl_setoptwe build up our CURL request
curl_execwe trigger the POST request
print_r($result);we print the result back
As an example I will use this Python module to manage digitalocean.com droplets:
So just install it using php:
Then the script would look something like this:
For more information on how to use the DigitalOcean API with Python check the following tutorial:
This would be quite similar to the plain
curlcommand but the benefit is that we could add some variables, comments and etc.
If you have any other suggestions or examples, please feel free to share them here!