KeePass database SFTP sync.
Keepuppy is a Python package and associated scripts to keep a Keepass database file in sync between the local filesystem of multiple clients and an SFTP server. Optionally a command can be executed if the local file is updated. An example script is provided to restart KeePassX.
keepuppy_sync.py is a script to perform the file synchronisation. keepuppy_restart.py is a script to restart an application, KeePassX by default, which can be called by keepuppy_sync.py when the local file is updated.
Configuration values are set via environment variables. I recommend using a tool such as envdir.
- KEEPUPPY_CACHE_FILE: File to store file hashes (default ‘~/.keepuppy_cache.json’)
- KEEPUPPY_LOCAL_FILE: Path to the local file (required)
- KEEPUPPY_REMOTE_FILE: Path on the SFTP server to the file (required)
- KEEPUPPY_RESTART_COMMAND: Script or shell command to execute when the local file is updated
- KEEPUPPY_SFTP_USER_NAME: SFTP user name
- KEEPUPPY_SFTP_PASSWORD: SFTP password
- KEEPUPPY_SFTP_HOST_NAME: SFTP server name (default ‘localhost’)
- KEEPUPPY_SFTP_HOST_PORT: SFTP server port (default ‘22’)
If the KEEPUPPY_RESTART_COMMAND value contains [file_name] it with be replaced with the name of the updated local file.
- KEEPUPPY_RESTART_PROCESS_NAME: name of the process to restart (default ‘KeePassX’)
- KEEPUPPY_RESTART_TIMEOUT: time in seconds to wait for the process to stop (default ‘30’)
- KEEPUPPY_RESTART_START_COMMAND: script or shell command to execute to start the new process (default ‘open -a “KeePassX”’)
To work with KeePassX, and not lose data when restarted by script, check Preferences -> General (2) -> Automatically save database after every change.
Copyright (c) 2014 Warren Moore
This software may be redistributed under the terms of the MIT License. See the file LICENSE for details.
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