VirtualMachineRunCommandsOperations Class

VirtualMachineRunCommandsOperations async operations.

You should not instantiate this class directly. Instead, you should create a Client instance that instantiates it for you and attaches it as an attribute.

Inheritance
builtins.object
VirtualMachineRunCommandsOperations

Constructor

VirtualMachineRunCommandsOperations(client, config, serializer, deserializer) -> None

Parameters

client
Required

Client for service requests.

config
Required

Configuration of service client.

serializer
Required

An object model serializer.

deserializer
Required

An object model deserializer.

Variables

models

Alias to model classes used in this operation group.

Methods

get

Gets specific run command for a subscription in a location.

list

Lists all available run commands for a subscription in a location.

get

Gets specific run command for a subscription in a location.

get(location: str, command_id: str, **kwargs: typing.Any) -> azure.mgmt.compute.v2019_12_01.models._models_py3.RunCommandDocument

Parameters

location
str
Required

The location upon which run commands is queried.

command_id
str
Required

The command id.

cls
callable

A custom type or function that will be passed the direct response

Returns

RunCommandDocument, or the result of cls(response)

Return type

list

Lists all available run commands for a subscription in a location.

list(location: str, **kwargs: typing.Any) -> typing.AsyncIterable[_ForwardRef('_models.RunCommandListResult')]

Parameters

location
str
Required

The location upon which run commands is queried.

cls
callable

A custom type or function that will be passed the direct response

Returns

An iterator like instance of either RunCommandListResult or the result of cls(response)

Return type

Attributes

models

models = <module 'azure.mgmt.compute.v2019_12_01.models' from 'C:\\hostedtoolcache\\windows\\Python\\3.6.8\\x64\\lib\\site-packages\\azure\\mgmt\\compute\\v2019_12_01\\models\\__init__.py'>