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Autoseeder CLI tool

Project description

The autoseeder-cli tools allow you to interact easily with the Autoseeder API to submit new URLs and check the status of existing URLs.

Installation

pip install autoseeder_cli

Usage

Please Note: Only Python 3.6+ are officially supported by autoseeder-cli. Python 2.7 will reach EOL as of the 1st of January 2020 and will not be supported.

For each of these tools, before use you should configure the following as environment variables:

AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL  The URL that the Autoseeder service resides at [e.g.: https://your.instance.hostname/autoseeder/]
AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN     Token to authenticate with - recommended method

Linux/MacOS:

export AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL=https://your.instance.hostname/autoseeder/
export AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN='35999b9065…'

Windows Powershell:

$env:AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL = "https://your.instance.hostname/autoseeder/"
$env:AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN = "35999b9065…"

Windows Command Prompt:

set AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL=https://your.instance.hostname/autoseeder/
set AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN=35999b9065…

Commands available:

autoseeder-cli get_token

Required Environment Variables

  • AUTOSEEDER_USER
  • AUTOSEEDER_PASS
  • AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL

via CLI

Log in to autoseeder and obtain an API token. Note that if you’ve been supplied with a token string to use already, you do not need to do this.

Linux/MacOS Command line:

AUTOSEEDER_USER=josephpilgrim
AUTOSEEDER_PASS=onthetrail
AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL=https://oregon.usa/autoseeder/

export AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN=$(autoseeder-cli get_token)

via Python lib

import os
import autoseeder_cli

username = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_USER')
password = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_PASS')
base_url = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL')

api = autoseeder_cli.AutoseederTokenGetter(user=username, password=password, base_url=base_url)
print('API token: {}'.format(api.get_token()))

autoseeder-cli submit

Required Environment Variables

  • AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN
  • AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL

via CLI

Submit a single URL to Autoseeder for seeding. You can optionally select a geographic region to limit seeding activity to.

Command line:

autoseeder-cli submit https://example.com/ --seed-region=AU

via Python lib

import os
import autoseeder_cli

token = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN')
base_url = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL')

submitter = autoseeder_cli.AutoseederSubmitter(token=token, base_url=base_url)
response = submitter.submit_url('http://example.com', seed_region='AU')
uuid = response.get('uuid')

print('URL trackable via {}'.format(uuid))

autoseeder-cli list

Required Environment Variables

  • AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN
  • AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL

via CLI

Presents a report of URLs you’ve submitted and their status.

You may find it helpful to filter and format the output with the jq tool.

Linux/MacOS command line:

# show last 100
autoseeder-cli list --limit 100

# filter down with jq
autoseeder-cli list --limit 100 | \
    jq '.[] | \
        select(.statistics != null) | \
       [ .statistics[].canoncical_url, .statistics[].status ]'

Windows command line:

REM show last 100
autoseeder-cli list --limit 100

REM filter down with jq
autoseeder-cli list --limit 100 | jq ".[]| select(.statistics != null)| [.statistics[].canonical_url, .statistics[].status]"

via Python lib

import os
import autoseeder_cli

token = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN')
base_url = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL')

lister = autoseeder_cli.AutoseederLister(token=token, base_url=base_url)
urls = lister.get_url_list()

for url in urls:
    print(url['url'])

autoseeder-cli find_urls

Required Environment Variables

  • AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN
  • AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL

via CLI

Finds URLs matching a search term, and provides their Universally Unique Identifiers (UUIDs) for further actions (e.g. view).

Command line:

autoseeder-cli find_urls 'example.com'

via Python lib

import os
import autoseeder_cli

token = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN')
base_url = os.environ.get('AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL')

searcher = autoseeder_cli.AutoseederSearcher(token=token, base_url=base_url)
uuids = searcher.find_urls('example.com')

for uuid in uuids:
    print(uuid)

autoseeder-cli view

Required Environment Variables

  • AUTOSEEDER_TOKEN
  • AUTOSEEDER_BASE_URL

via CLI

Presents a report of a single URL via its associated Universally unique identifier (UUID) or specific URL.

Command line:

# view by URL UUID
autoseeder-cli view 2118f16a-3270-4e63-88dc-24b6097739ab  # UUID is sample only
# partial URL string which must match only one registered URL
autoseeder-cli view example.com/myurl

via Python lib

import os
import autoseeder_cli

# 2118f16a-3270-4e63-88dc-24b6097739ab is a SAMPLE ONLY, would map to a seeded URL you previously submitted
viewer = autoseeder_cli.AutoseederURLView(token=token, base_url=myinstance_url)
url_data = viewer.view('2118f16a-3270-4e63-88dc-24b6097739ab')

for url in url_data:
    print(url['url'])

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