loudml-python [package](https://pypi.org/project/loudml-python/) available on PyPI is a command line client designed to control the Loud ML model server.
If you’ve installed
loudml-python locally, the
loudml command should be available via the command line. Executing loudml will start the CLI and automatically connect to the local Loud ML model server instance (assuming you have already started the server with
systemctl start loudmld or by running loudmld directly). The output should look like this:
$ loudml Connected to localhost:8077 version 1.6.0-577c87de Loud ML shell 1.6.0-42136d38 >
$ loudml -h usage: loudml [-h] [-A ADDR] [-q] [--version] [-e EXECUTE] The Python client interface to Loud ML model servers. optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -A ADDR, --addr ADDR Loud ML model server host and port to connect to. -q, --quiet Quiet: no stdout --version Display the version and exit. -e EXECUTE, --execute EXECUTE Execute command and quit. Examples: # Use loudml in a non-interactive mode to output the two days forecast # for model "test-model" and pretty print the output: $ loudml --execute 'forecast-model -f now -t now+2d test-model' # Connect to a specific Loud ML model server: $ loudml --addr hostname:8077