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You can use the following script to resize the nodes in an ONTAP Select cluster.

#!/usr/bin/env python
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import argparse
import logging
import sys

from deploy_requests import DeployRequests

def _parse_args():
    """ Parses the arguments provided on the command line when executing this
        script and returns the resulting namespace. If all required arguments
        are not provided, an error message indicating the mismatch is printed and
        the script will exit.

    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description=(
        'Uses the ONTAP Select Deploy API to resize the nodes in the cluster.'
        ' For example, you might have a small (4 CPU, 16GB RAM per node) 2 node'
        ' cluster and wish to resize the cluster to medium (8 CPU, 64GB RAM per'
        ' node). This script will take in the cluster details and then perform'
        ' the operation and wait for it to complete.'
    parser.add_argument('--deploy', required=True, help=(
        'Hostname or IP of the ONTAP Select Deploy VM.'
    parser.add_argument('--deploy-password', required=True, help=(
        'The password for the ONTAP Select Deploy admin user.'
    parser.add_argument('--cluster', required=True, help=(
        'Hostname or IP of the cluster management interface.'
    parser.add_argument('--instance-type', required=True, help=(
        'The desired instance size of the nodes after the operation is complete.'
    parser.add_argument('--ontap-password', required=True, help=(
        'The password for the ONTAP administrative user account.'
    parser.add_argument('--ontap-username', default='admin', help=(
        'The username for the ONTAP administrative user account. Default: admin.'
    parser.add_argument('--nodes', nargs='+', metavar='NODE_NAME', help=(
        'A space separated list of node names for which the resize operation'
        ' should be performed. The default is to apply the resize to all nodes in'
        ' the cluster. If a list of nodes is provided, it must be provided in HA'
        ' pairs. That is, in a 4 node cluster, nodes 1 and 2 (partners) must be'
        ' resized in the same operation.'
    return parser.parse_args()

def _get_cluster(deploy, parsed_args):
    """ Locate the cluster using the arguments provided """

    cluster_id = deploy.find_resource('/clusters', 'ip', parsed_args.cluster)
    if not cluster_id:
        return None
    return deploy.get('/clusters/%s?fields=nodes' % cluster_id).json()['record']

def _get_request_body(parsed_args, cluster):
    """ Build the request body """

    changes = {'admin_password': parsed_args.ontap_password}

    # if provided, use the list of nodes given, else use all the nodes in the cluster
    nodes = [node for node in cluster['nodes']]
    if parsed_args.nodes:
        nodes = [node for node in nodes if node['name'] in parsed_args.nodes]

    changes['nodes'] = [
        {'instance_type': parsed_args.instance_type, 'id': node['id']} for node in nodes]

    return changes

def main():
    """ Set up the resize operation by gathering the necessary data and then send
        the request to the ONTAP Select Deploy server.

        format='[%(asctime)s] [%(levelname)5s] %(message)s', level=logging.INFO,)


    parsed_args = _parse_args()
    deploy = DeployRequests(parsed_args.deploy, parsed_args.deploy_password)

    cluster = _get_cluster(deploy, parsed_args)
    if not cluster:
            'Unable to find a cluster with a management IP of %s' % parsed_args.cluster)
        return 1

    changes = _get_request_body(parsed_args, cluster)
    deploy.patch('/clusters/%s' % cluster['id'], changes, wait_for_job=True)

if __name__ == '__main__':