Bindings to interact with the Berkeley Tree Database Admin API using gRPC.
This package contains a quick and dirty Python3 implementation of the BTRDB administrative API.
Note: At the moment only the ACL and Core API calls are available
Note: due to the quick/informal nature of this codebase, the tests ONLY include integration tests that expect to connect to a REAL btrdb server. A dotenv file or ENV config is required to run the tests
Install the API bindings with
pip (using Python 3.6 or later):
$ pip install btrdb-admin
Then, obtain a connection to the database using a valid username and password that is able to use the admin API. Then you can execute admin methods directly off of the object.
from btrdb_admin import connect db = connect("brtrdb.example.net:4411", username="marmaduke", password="usiB6iUsRLyn") users = db.get_all_users()
btrdb_admin library provides support for JupyterHub authentication using the BTrDB IDP. To use with JupyterHub, simply
pip install -U btrdb-admin then in your
jupyterhub_config.py add the following line:
c.JupyterHub.authenticator_class = 'btrdb'
Note that you should see a comment above the default position of this configuration that
btrdb is one of the installed authenticators for use.
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