Iniciar y detener una VM

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En esta página, se describe cómo iniciar y detener una instancia de máquina virtual (VM). Ten en cuenta que Compute Engine usa STOP y TERMINATE indistintamente. Para suspender y reanudar una VM, lee Suspende y reanuda una VM. Para obtener más información sobre cómo detener y suspender una VM, consulta Ciclo de vida de la instancia de VM.

En la mayoría de los casos, puedes detener una VM de forma temporal si ya no la necesitas y volver a iniciarla más tarde. Para ver las excepciones, consulta Restricciones. Una VM detenida conserva sus discos persistentes, sus IP internas y sus direcciones MAC. Sin embargo, la VM cierra el SO invitado y pierde su estado de la aplicación. Si necesitas retener el SO invitado y el estado de la aplicación, suspende la VM en su lugar. Básicamente, una VM detenida se restablece a su estado de encendido y no se guardan los datos. Detén una VM si deseas cambiar el tipo de máquina, agregar o quitar discos adjuntos, cambiar la plataforma de CPU mínima, agregar o quitar GPU o aplicar recomendaciones de tipo de máquina.

Detener una VM hace que Compute Engine envíe la señal de cierre de ACPI a la VM. Los sistemas operativos (SO) invitados modernos están configurados para realizar un cierre ordenado antes de apagarse en respuesta a la señal de apagado. Compute Engine espera a que el SO invitado finalice el cierre y, luego, pasa la VM al estado TERMINATED.

Antes de comenzar

Restricciones

No puedes detener ni iniciar una VM con un SSD local conectado. Sin embargo, si la VM usa SSD locales, Compute Engine no evita que se cierre la VM desde el SO invitado. Si cierras una VM con SSD locales a través del SO invitado, no puedes volver a iniciar la VM más tarde y se pierden los datos en el SSD local. Asegúrate de migrar los datos importantes del SSD local a un disco persistente o a otra VM antes de borrar la VM.

Facturación

Las VM en estado TERMINATED no generan costos de uso por segundo y no cuentan para tu cuota de CPU regional. Sin embargo, se cobran los recursos conectados a la VM, como los discos persistentes y las direcciones IP externas. hasta que se borren. Para que no se te cobre por los recursos vinculados, puedes volver a configurar una VM detenida a fin de desconectarlos y, luego, borrarlos.

Puedes optar por detener las VM que no usas y evitar que se te cobre por las VM que no están activas. Cuando estés listo, puedes volver a iniciar las VM con las mismas propiedades, metadatos y recursos.

Detén una VM

Para detener una VM, usa Google Cloud Console, la CLI de gcloud o la API de Compute Engine.

Console

  1. En Google Cloud Console, ve a la página Instancias de VM.

    Ir a Instancias de VM

  2. Selecciona una o más VM que quieras detener.

  3. Haz clic en Detener.

gcloud

Para detener una VM, usa el comando gcloud compute instances stop y especifica una o más VM que quieras detener, como sigue:

gcloud compute instances stop VM_NAME

Reemplaza VM_NAME por el nombre de la VM que deseas detener.

API

Para detener una VM, crea una solicitud POST mediante el método instances.stop:

POST https://compute.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/PROJECT_ID/zones/ZONE/instances/VM_NAME/stop

Reemplaza lo siguiente:

  • PROJECT_ID: El proyecto en el que se encuentra tu VM.
  • ZONE: La zona en la que se encuentra la VM.
  • VM_NAME: El nombre de la VM que deseas detener.

Go

import (
	"context"
	"fmt"
	"io"

	compute "cloud.google.com/go/compute/apiv1"
	computepb "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/cloud/compute/v1"
)

// stopInstance stops a started Google Compute Engine instance
func stopInstance(w io.Writer, projectID, zone, instanceName string) error {
	// projectID := "your_project_id"
	// zone := "europe-central2-b"
	// instanceName := "your_instance_name"

	ctx := context.Background()
	instancesClient, err := compute.NewInstancesRESTClient(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("NewInstancesRESTClient: %v", err)
	}
	defer instancesClient.Close()

	req := &computepb.StopInstanceRequest{
		Project:  projectID,
		Zone:     zone,
		Instance: instanceName,
	}

	op, err := instancesClient.Stop(ctx, req)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to stop instance: %v", err)
	}

	if err = op.Wait(ctx); err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to wait for the operation: %v", err)
	}

	fmt.Fprintf(w, "Instance stopped\n")

	return nil
}

Java


import com.google.api.gax.longrunning.OperationFuture;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.InstancesClient;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation.Status;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.StopInstanceRequest;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException;

public class StopInstance {

  public static void main(String[] args)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    // TODO(developer): Replace these variables before running the sample.
    /* project: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
       zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
       instanceName: name of the instance your want to stop.
     */
    String project = "your-project-id";
    String zone = "zone-name";
    String instanceName = "instance-name";

    stopInstance(project, zone, instanceName);
  }

  // Stops a started Google Compute Engine instance.
  public static void stopInstance(String project, String zone, String instanceName)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    /* Initialize client that will be used to send requests. This client only needs to be created
       once, and can be reused for multiple requests. After completing all of your requests, call
       the `instancesClient.close()` method on the client to safely
       clean up any remaining background resources. */
    try (InstancesClient instancesClient = InstancesClient.create()) {

      StopInstanceRequest stopInstanceRequest = StopInstanceRequest.newBuilder()
          .setProject(project)
          .setZone(zone)
          .setInstance(instanceName)
          .build();

      OperationFuture<Operation, Operation> operation = instancesClient.stopAsync(
          stopInstanceRequest);
      Operation response = operation.get(3, TimeUnit.MINUTES);

      if (response.getStatus() == Status.DONE) {
        System.out.println("Instance stopped successfully ! ");
      }
    }
  }
}

Node.js

/**
 * TODO(developer): Uncomment and replace these variables before running the sample.
 */
// const projectId = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID';
// const zone = 'europe-central2-b'
// const instanceName = 'YOUR_INSTANCE_NAME'

const compute = require('@google-cloud/compute');

async function stopInstance() {
  const instancesClient = new compute.InstancesClient();

  const [response] = await instancesClient.stop({
    project: projectId,
    zone,
    instance: instanceName,
  });
  let operation = response.latestResponse;
  const operationsClient = new compute.ZoneOperationsClient();

  // Wait for the operation to complete.
  while (operation.status !== 'DONE') {
    [operation] = await operationsClient.wait({
      operation: operation.name,
      project: projectId,
      zone: operation.zone.split('/').pop(),
    });
  }

  console.log('Instance stopped.');
}

stopInstance();

PHP

use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\InstancesClient;

/**
 * Stops a running Google Compute Engine instance.
 *
 * @param string $projectId Project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $zone Name of the zone your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $instanceName Name of the instance you want to stop.
  *
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ApiException if the remote call fails.
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ValidationException if local error occurs before remote call.
 */
function stop_instance(
    string $projectId,
    string $zone,
    string $instanceName
) {
    // Stop the Compute Engine instance using InstancesClient.
    $instancesClient = new InstancesClient();
    $operation = $instancesClient->stop($instanceName, $projectId, $zone);

    // Wait for the operation to complete.
    $operation->pollUntilComplete();
    if ($operation->operationSucceeded()) {
        printf('Instance %s stopped successfully' . PHP_EOL, $instanceName);
    } else {
        $error = $operation->getError();
        printf('Failed to stop instance: %s' . PHP_EOL, $error->getMessage());
    }
}

Python

import sys
import time
from typing import Any

from google.api_core.extended_operation import ExtendedOperation
from google.cloud import compute_v1

def wait_for_extended_operation(
    operation: ExtendedOperation, verbose_name: str = "operation", timeout: int = 300
) -> Any:
    """
    This method will wait for the extended (long-running) operation to
    complete. If the operation is successful, it will return its result.
    If the operation ends with an error, an exception will be raised.
    If there were any warnings during the execution of the operation
    they will be printed to sys.stderr.

    Args:
        operation: a long-running operation you want to wait on.
        verbose_name: (optional) a more verbose name of the operation,
            used only during error and warning reporting.
        timeout: how long (in seconds) to wait for operation to finish.
            If None, wait indefinitely.

    Returns:
        Whatever the operation.result() returns.

    Raises:
        This method will raise the exception received from `operation.exception()`
        or RuntimeError if there is no exception set, but there is an `error_code`
        set for the `operation`.

        In case of an operation taking longer than `timeout` seconds to complete,
        a `concurrent.futures.TimeoutError` will be raised.
    """
    result = operation.result(timeout=timeout)

    if operation.error_code:
        print(
            f"Error during {verbose_name}: [Code: {operation.error_code}]: {operation.error_message}",
            file=sys.stderr,
            flush=True,
        )
        print(f"Operation ID: {operation.name}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        raise operation.exception() or RuntimeError(operation.error_message)

    if operation.warnings:
        print(f"Warnings during {verbose_name}:\n", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        for warning in operation.warnings:
            print(f" - {warning.code}: {warning.message}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)

    return result

def stop_instance(project_id: str, zone: str, instance_name: str) -> None:
    """
    Stops a running Google Compute Engine instance.
    Args:
        project_id: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
        zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
        instance_name: name of the instance your want to stop.
    """
    instance_client = compute_v1.InstancesClient()

    operation = instance_client.stop(
        project=project_id, zone=zone, instance=instance_name
    )
    wait_for_extended_operation(operation, "instance stopping")
    return

Una VM TERMINATED todavía existe con todos sus ajustes de configuración y metadatos, pero pierde sus datos en memoria y el estado de la máquina virtual. Todos los recursos vinculados a la VM interrumpida permanecen así hasta que los desvincules de forma manual o borres la VM.

Cuando una VM está en estado TERMINATED, puedes iniciar la VM o borrarla. Si no planeas iniciar la VM, bórrala.

Detén una VM a través del SO

De manera opcional, puedes detener una VM a través del SO invitado con el comando sudo shutdown -h now o sudo poweroff. Usa estos comandos para detener una VM que usa SSD locales. Ejecuta uno de estos comandos cuando accedas a la VM:

sudo shutdown -h now
sudo poweroff

Inicia una VM detenida que no tiene un disco encriptado

Para iniciar una VM detenida, usa el método instances().start. Este método inicia una VM detenida que tiene el estado TERMINATED.

El método start inicia una VM en estado TERMINATED, mientras que métodos como reset() y sudo reboot solo funcionan con las VM que se encuentran en ejecución en el momento. Casi todas las VM, incluidas las VM interrumpibles, se pueden iniciar si están en estado TERMINATED.

Console

  1. En Google Cloud Console, ve a la página Instancias de VM.

    Ir a Instancias de VM

  2. Selecciona una o más VM que desees iniciar.

  3. Haz clic en Iniciar/Reanudar.

gcloud

Para iniciar una VM, usa el comando gcloud compute instances start y especifica una o más VM que desees iniciar:

gcloud compute instances start VM_NAME

Reemplaza VM_NAME por el nombre de la VM que deseas iniciar.

API

Para iniciar una VM, crea una solicitud POST mediante el método instances.start:

POST https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/PROJECT_ID/zones/ZONE/instances/VM_NAME/start

Reemplaza lo siguiente:

  • PROJECT_ID: El proyecto en el que se encuentra tu VM.
  • ZONE: La zona en la que se encuentra la VM.
  • VM_NAME: El nombre de la VM que deseas iniciar.

Go

import (
	"context"
	"fmt"
	"io"

	compute "cloud.google.com/go/compute/apiv1"
	computepb "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/cloud/compute/v1"
)

// startInstance starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
func startInstance(w io.Writer, projectID, zone, instanceName string) error {
	// projectID := "your_project_id"
	// zone := "europe-central2-b"
	// instanceName := "your_instance_name"

	ctx := context.Background()
	instancesClient, err := compute.NewInstancesRESTClient(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("NewInstancesRESTClient: %v", err)
	}
	defer instancesClient.Close()

	req := &computepb.StartInstanceRequest{
		Project:  projectID,
		Zone:     zone,
		Instance: instanceName,
	}

	op, err := instancesClient.Start(ctx, req)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to start instance: %v", err)
	}

	if err = op.Wait(ctx); err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to wait for the operation: %v", err)
	}

	fmt.Fprintf(w, "Instance started\n")

	return nil
}

Java


import com.google.api.gax.longrunning.OperationFuture;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.InstancesClient;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation.Status;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.StartInstanceRequest;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException;

public class StartInstance {

  public static void main(String[] args)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    // TODO(developer): Replace these variables before running the sample.
    /* project: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
       zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
       instanceName: name of the instance your want to start. */
    String project = "your-project-id";
    String zone = "zone-name";
    String instanceName = "instance-name";

    startInstance(project, zone, instanceName);
  }

  // Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
  public static void startInstance(String project, String zone, String instanceName)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    /* Initialize client that will be used to send requests. This client only needs to be created
       once, and can be reused for multiple requests. After completing all of your requests, call
       the `instancesClient.close()` method on the client to safely
       clean up any remaining background resources. */
    try (InstancesClient instancesClient = InstancesClient.create()) {

      // Create the request.
      StartInstanceRequest startInstanceRequest = StartInstanceRequest.newBuilder()
          .setProject(project)
          .setZone(zone)
          .setInstance(instanceName)
          .build();

      OperationFuture<Operation, Operation> operation = instancesClient.startAsync(
          startInstanceRequest);

      // Wait for the operation to complete.
      Operation response = operation.get(3, TimeUnit.MINUTES);

      if (response.getStatus() == Status.DONE) {
        System.out.println("Instance started successfully ! ");
      }
    }
  }
}

Node.js

/**
 * TODO(developer): Uncomment and replace these variables before running the sample.
 */
// const projectId = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID';
// const zone = 'europe-central2-b'
// const instanceName = 'YOUR_INSTANCE_NAME'

const compute = require('@google-cloud/compute');

async function startInstance() {
  const instancesClient = new compute.InstancesClient();

  const [response] = await instancesClient.start({
    project: projectId,
    zone,
    instance: instanceName,
  });
  let operation = response.latestResponse;
  const operationsClient = new compute.ZoneOperationsClient();

  // Wait for the operation to complete.
  while (operation.status !== 'DONE') {
    [operation] = await operationsClient.wait({
      operation: operation.name,
      project: projectId,
      zone: operation.zone.split('/').pop(),
    });
  }

  console.log('Instance started.');
}

startInstance();

PHP

use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\InstancesClient;

/**
 * Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
 *
 * @param string $projectId Project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $zone Name of the zone your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $instanceName Name of the instance you want to stop.
  *
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ApiException if the remote call fails.
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ValidationException if local error occurs before remote call.
 */
function start_instance(
    string $projectId,
    string $zone,
    string $instanceName
) {
    // Start the Compute Engine instance using InstancesClient.
    $instancesClient = new InstancesClient();
    $operation = $instancesClient->start($instanceName, $projectId, $zone);

    // Wait for the operation to complete.
    $operation->pollUntilComplete();
    if ($operation->operationSucceeded()) {
        printf('Instance %s started successfully' . PHP_EOL, $instanceName);
    } else {
        $error = $operation->getError();
        printf('Failed to start instance: %s' . PHP_EOL, $error->getMessage());
    }
}

Python

import sys
import time
from typing import Any

from google.api_core.extended_operation import ExtendedOperation
from google.cloud import compute_v1

def wait_for_extended_operation(
    operation: ExtendedOperation, verbose_name: str = "operation", timeout: int = 300
) -> Any:
    """
    This method will wait for the extended (long-running) operation to
    complete. If the operation is successful, it will return its result.
    If the operation ends with an error, an exception will be raised.
    If there were any warnings during the execution of the operation
    they will be printed to sys.stderr.

    Args:
        operation: a long-running operation you want to wait on.
        verbose_name: (optional) a more verbose name of the operation,
            used only during error and warning reporting.
        timeout: how long (in seconds) to wait for operation to finish.
            If None, wait indefinitely.

    Returns:
        Whatever the operation.result() returns.

    Raises:
        This method will raise the exception received from `operation.exception()`
        or RuntimeError if there is no exception set, but there is an `error_code`
        set for the `operation`.

        In case of an operation taking longer than `timeout` seconds to complete,
        a `concurrent.futures.TimeoutError` will be raised.
    """
    result = operation.result(timeout=timeout)

    if operation.error_code:
        print(
            f"Error during {verbose_name}: [Code: {operation.error_code}]: {operation.error_message}",
            file=sys.stderr,
            flush=True,
        )
        print(f"Operation ID: {operation.name}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        raise operation.exception() or RuntimeError(operation.error_message)

    if operation.warnings:
        print(f"Warnings during {verbose_name}:\n", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        for warning in operation.warnings:
            print(f" - {warning.code}: {warning.message}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)

    return result

def start_instance(project_id: str, zone: str, instance_name: str) -> None:
    """
    Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
    Args:
        project_id: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
        zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
        instance_name: name of the instance your want to start.
    """
    instance_client = compute_v1.InstancesClient()

    operation = instance_client.start(
        project=project_id, zone=zone, instance=instance_name
    )

    wait_for_extended_operation(operation, "instance start")
    return

Inicia una VM que tenga discos encriptados

Si la VM que quieres iniciar usa claves de encriptación proporcionadas por el cliente, debes ingresarlas cuando intentes iniciar la VM.

Console

  1. En Google Cloud Console, ve a la página Instancias de VM.

    Ir a Instancias de VM

  2. Selecciona la VM que deseas iniciar.

  3. Haz clic en Iniciar/Reanudar. Se abre una ventana donde puedes especificar claves de encriptación para los dispositivos que estén conectados a esta VM.

  4. Especifica las claves de encriptación para cada uno de los discos encriptados conectados a esta VM.

  5. Haz clic en Iniciar para iniciar la VM.

gcloud

Para iniciar una VM que usa claves de encriptación, usa el comando gcloud compute instances start con la marca --csek-key-file. Si usas una clave unida con RSA, usa el comando gcloud beta:

gcloud compute instances start VM_NAME \
    --csek-key-file ENCRYPTION_KEY_FILE

Reemplaza lo siguiente:

  • VM_NAME: Es el nombre de la VM que deseas iniciar.
  • ENCRYPTION_KEY_FILE: Es la ruta de acceso relativa al archivo JSON que contiene la clave de encriptación Esta clave se usa para encriptar los discos persistentes conectados a la VM. Para obtener más información, consulta el formato de archivo de claves de encriptación.

API

Para iniciar una VM que tiene claves de encriptación, crea una solicitud POST con el método instances.startWithEncryptionKey:

    POST https://compute.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/PROJECT_ID/zones/ZONE/instances/VM_NAME/startWithEncryptionKey
    {
      "disks": [
        {
           "source": "DISK_URL",
           "diskEncryptionKey": {
             "ENCRYPTION_TYPE": "ENCRYPTION_KEY"
           }
        }
      ]
    }
 

Reemplaza lo siguiente:

  • PROJECT_ID: El proyecto en el que se encuentra tu VM.
  • ZONE: La zona en la que se encuentra la VM.
  • VM_NAME: Es el nombre de la VM que deseas iniciar.
  • DISK_URL: Es la URL del recurso que corresponde al nombre del recurso completo del disco adjunto que se encripta con una clave de encriptación proporcionada por el cliente.
  • ENCRYPTION_TYPE: el tipo de encriptación del disco que usas: rawKey, kmsKeyName o rsaEncryptedKey. Cuando uses rsaEncryptedKey, debes usar la API Beta en lugar de la API v1.
  • ENCRYPTION_KEY: Es la clave de encriptación que usas para encriptar los discos persistentes conectados a la VM. Las claves de tipo rawKey o rsaEncryptedKey deben estar codificadas en base64. Para preparar una clave de tipo rsaEncryptedKey, sigue las instrucciones que se indican en Cómo unir claves RSA.

Go

import (
	"context"
	"fmt"
	"io"

	compute "cloud.google.com/go/compute/apiv1"
	computepb "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/cloud/compute/v1"
	"google.golang.org/protobuf/proto"
)

// startInstanceWithEncKey starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with encrypted disks).
func startInstanceWithEncKey(w io.Writer, projectID, zone, instanceName, key string) error {
	// projectID := "your_project_id"
	// zone := "europe-central2-b"
	// instanceName := "your_instance_name"
	// key := "your_encryption_key"

	ctx := context.Background()
	instancesClient, err := compute.NewInstancesRESTClient(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("NewInstancesRESTClient: %v", err)
	}
	defer instancesClient.Close()

	instanceReq := &computepb.GetInstanceRequest{
		Project:  projectID,
		Zone:     zone,
		Instance: instanceName,
	}

	instance, err := instancesClient.Get(ctx, instanceReq)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to get instance: %v", err)
	}

	req := &computepb.StartWithEncryptionKeyInstanceRequest{
		Project:  projectID,
		Zone:     zone,
		Instance: instanceName,
		InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequestResource: &computepb.InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest{
			Disks: []*computepb.CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk{
				{
					Source: proto.String(instance.GetDisks()[0].GetSource()),
					DiskEncryptionKey: &computepb.CustomerEncryptionKey{
						RawKey: proto.String(key),
					},
				},
			},
		},
	}

	op, err := instancesClient.StartWithEncryptionKey(ctx, req)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to start instance with encryption key: %v", err)
	}

	if err = op.Wait(ctx); err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to wait for the operation: %v", err)
	}

	fmt.Fprintf(w, "Instance with encryption key started\n")

	return nil
}

Java


import com.google.api.gax.longrunning.OperationFuture;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.CustomerEncryptionKey;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.GetInstanceRequest;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Instance;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.InstancesClient;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation.Status;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.StartWithEncryptionKeyInstanceRequest;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException;

public class StartEncryptedInstance {

  public static void main(String[] args)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    // TODO(developer): Replace these variables before running the sample.
    /* project: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
       zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
       instanceName: name of the instance your want to start.
       key: bytes object representing a raw base64 encoded key to your machines boot disk.
            For more information about disk encryption see:
            https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/disks/customer-supplied-encryption#specifications
     */
    String project = "your-project-id";
    String zone = "zone-name";
    String instanceName = "instance-name";
    String key = "raw-key";

    startEncryptedInstance(project, zone, instanceName, key);
  }

  // Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with encrypted disks).
  public static void startEncryptedInstance(String project, String zone, String instanceName,
      String key)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    /* Initialize client that will be used to send requests. This client only needs to be created
       once, and can be reused for multiple requests. After completing all of your requests, call
       the `instancesClient.close()` method on the client to safely
       clean up any remaining background resources. */
    try (InstancesClient instancesClient = InstancesClient.create()) {

      GetInstanceRequest getInstanceRequest = GetInstanceRequest.newBuilder()
          .setProject(project)
          .setZone(zone)
          .setInstance(instanceName).build();

      Instance instance = instancesClient.get(getInstanceRequest);

      // Prepare the information about disk encryption.
      CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk protectedDisk = CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk
          .newBuilder()
          /* Use raw_key to send over the key to unlock the disk
             To use a key stored in KMS, you need to provide:
             `kms_key_name` and `kms_key_service_account`
           */
          .setDiskEncryptionKey(CustomerEncryptionKey.newBuilder()
              .setRawKey(key).build())
          .setSource(instance.getDisks(0).getSource())
          .build();

      InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest startWithEncryptionKeyRequest =
          InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest.newBuilder()
              .addDisks(protectedDisk).build();

      StartWithEncryptionKeyInstanceRequest encryptionKeyInstanceRequest =
          StartWithEncryptionKeyInstanceRequest.newBuilder()
              .setProject(project)
              .setZone(zone)
              .setInstance(instanceName)
              .setInstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequestResource(startWithEncryptionKeyRequest)
              .build();

      OperationFuture<Operation, Operation> operation = instancesClient.startWithEncryptionKeyAsync(
          encryptionKeyInstanceRequest);
      Operation response = operation.get(3, TimeUnit.MINUTES);

      if (response.getStatus() == Status.DONE) {
        System.out.println("Encrypted instance started successfully ! ");
      }
    }
  }

}

Node.js

/**
 * TODO(developer): Uncomment and replace these variables before running the sample.
 */
// const projectId = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID';
// const zone = 'europe-central2-b'
// const instanceName = 'YOUR_INSTANCE_NAME'
// const key = 'YOUR_KEY_STRING'

const compute = require('@google-cloud/compute');

async function startInstanceWithEncryptionKey() {
  const instancesClient = new compute.InstancesClient();

  const [instance] = await instancesClient.get({
    project: projectId,
    zone,
    instance: instanceName,
  });

  const [response] = await instancesClient.startWithEncryptionKey({
    project: projectId,
    zone,
    instance: instanceName,
    instancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequestResource: {
      disks: [
        {
          source: instance.disks[0].source,
          diskEncryptionKey: {
            rawKey: key,
          },
        },
      ],
    },
  });
  let operation = response.latestResponse;
  const operationsClient = new compute.ZoneOperationsClient();

  // Wait for the operation to complete.
  while (operation.status !== 'DONE') {
    [operation] = await operationsClient.wait({
      operation: operation.name,
      project: projectId,
      zone: operation.zone.split('/').pop(),
    });
  }

  console.log('Instance with encryption key started.');
}

startInstanceWithEncryptionKey();

PHP

use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\CustomerEncryptionKey;
use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk;
use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\InstancesClient;
use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest;

/**
 * Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with encrypted disks).
 *
 * @param string $projectId Project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $zone Name of the zone your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $instanceName Name of the instance you want to stop.
 * @param string $key Bytes object representing a raw base64 encoded key to your instance's boot disk.
 *                    For more information about disk encryption see:
 *                    https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/disks/customer-supplied-encryption#specifications
 *
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ApiException if the remote call fails.
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ValidationException if local error occurs before remote call.
 */
function start_instance_with_encryption_key(
    string $projectId,
    string $zone,
    string $instanceName,
    string $key
) {
    // Initiate the InstancesClient.
    $instancesClient = new InstancesClient();

    // Get data about the instance.
    $instanceData = $instancesClient->get($instanceName, $projectId, $zone);

    // Use `setRawKey` to send over the key to unlock the disk
    // To use a key stored in KMS, you need to use `setKmsKeyName` and `setKmsKeyServiceAccount`
    $customerEncryptionKey = (new CustomerEncryptionKey())
        ->setRawKey($key);

    // Prepare the information about disk encryption.
    $diskData = (new CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk())
        ->setSource($instanceData->getDisks()[0]->getSource())
        ->setDiskEncryptionKey($customerEncryptionKey);

    // Set request with one disk.
    $instancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest = (new InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest())
        ->setDisks(array($diskData));

    // Start the instance with encrypted disk.
    $operation = $instancesClient->startWithEncryptionKey($instanceName, $instancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest, $projectId, $zone);

    // Wait for the operation to complete.
    $operation->pollUntilComplete();
    if ($operation->operationSucceeded()) {
        printf('Instance %s started successfully' . PHP_EOL, $instanceName);
    } else {
        $error = $operation->getError();
        printf('Starting instance failed: %s' . PHP_EOL, $error->getMessage());
    }
}

Python

import sys
import time
from typing import Any

from google.api_core.extended_operation import ExtendedOperation
from google.cloud import compute_v1

def wait_for_extended_operation(
    operation: ExtendedOperation, verbose_name: str = "operation", timeout: int = 300
) -> Any:
    """
    This method will wait for the extended (long-running) operation to
    complete. If the operation is successful, it will return its result.
    If the operation ends with an error, an exception will be raised.
    If there were any warnings during the execution of the operation
    they will be printed to sys.stderr.

    Args:
        operation: a long-running operation you want to wait on.
        verbose_name: (optional) a more verbose name of the operation,
            used only during error and warning reporting.
        timeout: how long (in seconds) to wait for operation to finish.
            If None, wait indefinitely.

    Returns:
        Whatever the operation.result() returns.

    Raises:
        This method will raise the exception received from `operation.exception()`
        or RuntimeError if there is no exception set, but there is an `error_code`
        set for the `operation`.

        In case of an operation taking longer than `timeout` seconds to complete,
        a `concurrent.futures.TimeoutError` will be raised.
    """
    result = operation.result(timeout=timeout)

    if operation.error_code:
        print(
            f"Error during {verbose_name}: [Code: {operation.error_code}]: {operation.error_message}",
            file=sys.stderr,
            flush=True,
        )
        print(f"Operation ID: {operation.name}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        raise operation.exception() or RuntimeError(operation.error_message)

    if operation.warnings:
        print(f"Warnings during {verbose_name}:\n", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        for warning in operation.warnings:
            print(f" - {warning.code}: {warning.message}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)

    return result

def start_instance_with_encryption_key(
    project_id: str, zone: str, instance_name: str, key: bytes
):
    """
    Starts a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with encrypted disks).
    Args:
        project_id: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
        zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
        instance_name: name of the instance your want to start.
        key: bytes object representing a raw base64 encoded key to your machines boot disk.
            For more information about disk encryption see:
            https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/disks/customer-supplied-encryption#specifications
    """
    instance_client = compute_v1.InstancesClient()

    instance_data = instance_client.get(
        project=project_id, zone=zone, instance=instance_name
    )

    # Prepare the information about disk encryption
    disk_data = compute_v1.CustomerEncryptionKeyProtectedDisk()
    disk_data.source = instance_data.disks[0].source
    disk_data.disk_encryption_key = compute_v1.CustomerEncryptionKey()
    # Use raw_key to send over the key to unlock the disk
    # To use a key stored in KMS, you need to provide `kms_key_name` and `kms_key_service_account`
    disk_data.disk_encryption_key.raw_key = key
    enc_data = compute_v1.InstancesStartWithEncryptionKeyRequest()
    enc_data.disks = [disk_data]

    operation = instance_client.start_with_encryption_key(
        project=project_id,
        zone=zone,
        instance=instance_name,
        instances_start_with_encryption_key_request_resource=enc_data,
    )

    wait_for_extended_operation(operation, "instance start (with encrypted disk)")
    return

Restablece una VM

El restablecimiento de una VM es similar al proceso de reinicio forzado de tu computadora, en el que puedes presionar un botón de restablecimiento o mantener presionado el botón de encendido. Cuando se restablece una VM, se borra de manera forzosa el contenido de la memoria de la máquina y se restablece la VM a su estado inicial. No se realiza un cierre ordenado del sistema operativo invitado. A lo largo de este proceso, la VM permanece en el estado RUNNING.

Para restablecer una VM en ejecución, Google Cloud Console, la CLI de gcloud o la API de Compute Engine.

Console

  1. En Google Cloud Console, ve a la página Instancias de VM.

    Ir a Instancias de VM

  2. Selecciona una o más VM que desees restablecer.

  3. Haz clic en Restablecer.

gcloud

Para restablecer una VM en ejecución, usa el comando gcloud compute instances reset y especifica una o más VM que quieras restablecer:

gcloud compute instances reset VM_NAME

Reemplaza VM_NAME por el nombre de la VM que deseas restablecer.

API

Para restablecer una VM, crea una solicitud POST con el método instances.reset:

 POST https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/PROJECT_ID/zones/ZONE/instances/VM_NAME/reset

Reemplaza lo siguiente:

  • PROJECT_ID: El proyecto en el que se encuentra tu VM.
  • ZONE: La zona en la que se encuentra la VM.
  • VM_NAME: Es el nombre de la VM que deseas restablecer.

Go

import (
	"context"
	"fmt"
	"io"

	compute "cloud.google.com/go/compute/apiv1"
	computepb "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/cloud/compute/v1"
)

// resetInstance resets a running Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
func resetInstance(w io.Writer, projectID, zone, instanceName string) error {
	// projectID := "your_project_id"
	// zone := "europe-central2-b"
	// instanceName := "your_instance_name"

	ctx := context.Background()
	instancesClient, err := compute.NewInstancesRESTClient(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("NewInstancesRESTClient: %v", err)
	}
	defer instancesClient.Close()

	req := &computepb.ResetInstanceRequest{
		Project:  projectID,
		Zone:     zone,
		Instance: instanceName,
	}

	op, err := instancesClient.Reset(ctx, req)
	if err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to reset instance: %v", err)
	}

	if err = op.Wait(ctx); err != nil {
		return fmt.Errorf("unable to wait for the operation: %v", err)
	}

	fmt.Fprintf(w, "Instance reset\n")

	return nil
}

Java


import com.google.api.gax.longrunning.OperationFuture;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.InstancesClient;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.Operation.Status;
import com.google.cloud.compute.v1.ResetInstanceRequest;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.concurrent.ExecutionException;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit;
import java.util.concurrent.TimeoutException;

public class ResetInstance {

  public static void main(String[] args)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    // TODO(developer): Replace these variables before running the sample.
    /* project: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
       zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
       instanceName: name of the instance your want to reset.
     */
    String project = "your-project-id";
    String zone = "zone-name";
    String instanceName = "instance-name";

    resetInstance(project, zone, instanceName);
  }

  // Resets a running Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
  public static void resetInstance(String project, String zone, String instanceName)
      throws IOException, ExecutionException, InterruptedException, TimeoutException {
    /* Initialize client that will be used to send requests. This client only needs to be created
       once, and can be reused for multiple requests. After completing all of your requests, call
       the `instancesClient.close()` method on the client to safely
       clean up any remaining background resources. */
    try (InstancesClient instancesClient = InstancesClient.create()) {

      ResetInstanceRequest resetInstanceRequest = ResetInstanceRequest.newBuilder()
          .setProject(project)
          .setZone(zone)
          .setInstance(instanceName)
          .build();

      OperationFuture<Operation, Operation> operation = instancesClient.resetAsync(
          resetInstanceRequest);
      Operation response = operation.get(3, TimeUnit.MINUTES);

      if (response.getStatus() == Status.DONE) {
        System.out.println("Instance reset successfully ! ");
      }
    }
  }

}

Node.js

/**
 * TODO(developer): Uncomment and replace these variables before running the sample.
 */
// const projectId = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ID';
// const zone = 'europe-central2-b'
// const instanceName = 'YOUR_INSTANCE_NAME'

const compute = require('@google-cloud/compute');

async function resetInstance() {
  const instancesClient = new compute.InstancesClient();

  const [response] = await instancesClient.reset({
    project: projectId,
    zone,
    instance: instanceName,
  });
  let operation = response.latestResponse;
  const operationsClient = new compute.ZoneOperationsClient();

  // Wait for the operation to complete.
  while (operation.status !== 'DONE') {
    [operation] = await operationsClient.wait({
      operation: operation.name,
      project: projectId,
      zone: operation.zone.split('/').pop(),
    });
  }

  console.log('Instance reset.');
}

resetInstance();

PHP

use Google\Cloud\Compute\V1\InstancesClient;

/**
 * Reset a running Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
 *
 * @param string $projectId Project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $zone Name of the zone your instance belongs to.
 * @param string $instanceName Name of the instance you want to reset.
  *
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ApiException if the remote call fails.
 * @throws \Google\ApiCore\ValidationException if local error occurs before remote call.
 */
function reset_instance(
    string $projectId,
    string $zone,
    string $instanceName
) {
    // Stop the Compute Engine instance using InstancesClient.
    $instancesClient = new InstancesClient();
    $operation = $instancesClient->reset($instanceName, $projectId, $zone);

    // Wait for the operation to complete.
    $operation->pollUntilComplete();
    if ($operation->operationSucceeded()) {
        printf('Instance %s reset successfully' . PHP_EOL, $instanceName);
    } else {
        $error = $operation->getError();
        printf('Failed to reset instance: %s' . PHP_EOL, $error->getMessage());
    }
}

Python

import sys
import time
from typing import Any

from google.api_core.extended_operation import ExtendedOperation
from google.cloud import compute_v1

def wait_for_extended_operation(
    operation: ExtendedOperation, verbose_name: str = "operation", timeout: int = 300
) -> Any:
    """
    This method will wait for the extended (long-running) operation to
    complete. If the operation is successful, it will return its result.
    If the operation ends with an error, an exception will be raised.
    If there were any warnings during the execution of the operation
    they will be printed to sys.stderr.

    Args:
        operation: a long-running operation you want to wait on.
        verbose_name: (optional) a more verbose name of the operation,
            used only during error and warning reporting.
        timeout: how long (in seconds) to wait for operation to finish.
            If None, wait indefinitely.

    Returns:
        Whatever the operation.result() returns.

    Raises:
        This method will raise the exception received from `operation.exception()`
        or RuntimeError if there is no exception set, but there is an `error_code`
        set for the `operation`.

        In case of an operation taking longer than `timeout` seconds to complete,
        a `concurrent.futures.TimeoutError` will be raised.
    """
    result = operation.result(timeout=timeout)

    if operation.error_code:
        print(
            f"Error during {verbose_name}: [Code: {operation.error_code}]: {operation.error_message}",
            file=sys.stderr,
            flush=True,
        )
        print(f"Operation ID: {operation.name}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        raise operation.exception() or RuntimeError(operation.error_message)

    if operation.warnings:
        print(f"Warnings during {verbose_name}:\n", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
        for warning in operation.warnings:
            print(f" - {warning.code}: {warning.message}", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)

    return result

def reset_instance(project_id: str, zone: str, instance_name: str) -> None:
    """
    Resets a stopped Google Compute Engine instance (with unencrypted disks).
    Args:
        project_id: project ID or project number of the Cloud project your instance belongs to.
        zone: name of the zone your instance belongs to.
        instance_name: name of the instance your want to reset.
    """
    instance_client = compute_v1.InstancesClient()

    operation = instance_client.reset(
        project=project_id, zone=zone, instance=instance_name
    )

    wait_for_extended_operation(operation, "instance reset")

    return

Cuando ejecutas el comando reset, la operación de zona posterior muestra DONE después de que se cierra la VM.

Otros métodos de inicio

También puedes restablecer la VM con los siguientes métodos:

  • sudo reboot (solo Linux): Llama a este método desde la VM. Este método limpia la memoria y vuelve a inicializar la VM con los metadatos, la imagen y los discos persistentes originales. Este comando no adopta ninguna versión actualizada de la imagen, y la VM conserva la misma dirección IP efímera. El procedimiento es similar al proceso de reinicio de tu computadora.
  • Reinicio de una VM de Windows: Puedes reiniciar una VM de Windows, de forma similar a sudo reboot en el ejemplo anterior, mediante el menú Inicio. En el menú Inicio, haz clic en la flecha junto a Cerrar sesión y, luego, haz clic en Reiniciar.

¿Qué sigue?