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Project Description

Networked file storage and retrieval with optional password protection using Redis.

Files are stored with a key of originating hostname and an absolute path to filename.

Files may be stored with a password, in which they are encrypted and the same password must be used to retrieve the data.

Storage

Store files using netFetchPut.

Usage: netFetchPut (options) [absolute filename]

Stores a given file in NetFetch, optionally password-protecting it as well.

Options:

–password Prompt for password on storing this file

–password-file=fname Read password from a given filename instead of tty. Implies –password.

–no-preserve Do not store owner/group/mode information

–config=/path/x.txt Use provided config for redis. Default is to look in /etc/netfetch.cfg

–old-format Use Version 1.0 format (base64-encoded) instead of directly encoded. This is much slower, but added because 1.0 data format is incompatible with the new format.

Provided filename must be an absolute path.

Example: netFetchPut /Data/myfile.db

Retrieval

Retrieve files using netFetchGet

Usage: netFetchGet (options) [hostname] [filename] [output filename]

Downloads a file uploaded from hostname, given an absolute filename.

If “output filename” is “–”, output will be to stdout.

Options:

–password Prompts for password. If file is encrypted, a password must be provided.

–password-file=fname Read password from a given filename instead of tty. Implies –password.

–no-preserve Do not apply stored attributes (owner/group/mode)

–config=/path/config.cfg Use provided config for redis. Default is to look in /etc/netfetch.cfg

–old-format Use Version 1.0 format (base64-encoded) instead of directly encoded. This is much slower, but added because 1.0 data format is incompatible with the new format.

Provided filename must be an absolute path.

Example: netFetchGet filestore01 /Data/myfile.db

Configuration

The Redis server on which to connect is specified by a config file. The applications will check first $HOME/.netfetch.cfg, then /etc/netfetch.cfg if a –config=/path/to/netfetch.cfg is not provided.

Example Configuration:

[redis]

host=127.0.0.1

port=6379

db=1

Backwards Incompatible Changes

Version 2.0 updated the storage format to a much more efficient form (directly stores instead of base64-encoding/decoding). This makes everything much faster and take up less space, but is incompatible with versions prior to 2.0. To fetch/put a file using the old format, use “–old-format” with netFetchGet/netFetchPut.

To Migrate, fetch any files using “–old-format”, and then store them back without that flag. There is not an automatic util, because of encryption.

Version 2.0 also depends on IndexedRedis of at least version 2.9.0

Release History

Release History

2.0.2

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