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Project Description

Python3 Remote Commands

PyStorage:Python3 Remote Commands toolkit
Copyright:Copyright (c) 2016 Bruno Costa, Kairo Araujo <coder@marreta.org>
License:BSD
Development:https://github.com/marreta-sources/pyrcmd3

Installing

Using PIP

Just run the PIP

$ sudo pip install pyrcmd3

From local

Download the pyrcmd3 from PIP or from Marreta Github http://github.com/marreta-sources/pyrcmd3/ and uncompress

$ python setup.py install

Using

At the moment the pyrcmd3 supports commands over SSH.

SSH support

  • Attributes:

    Address:IP or Hostname to client server
    User:User used to connect using ssh
    Passwd:Password used to connect to ssh
    timeout:Timeout to Connect (Hostname is valid and has route to host), default value for timeout is 30
  • Return:

    returns:Dictionary (Array) with Return Code, Std output and Std Error
  • Exceptions:

    AuthFailure:Client to Server Problem with Authentication
    BadHostKey:Host Key does not match
    SshProtocol:Problem of SSH2 Negotiation
    TimeOut:Timeout while trying to connect to a valid address
    TimeoutExecuting:
     Timeout while trying to execute command.
    • Sample:

    Simple use:

    >>> import pyrcmd3
    >>> remote = pyrcmd3.SSH('192.168.0.1', 'foobar', 'Password1')
    >>> remote_out = remote.execute('ls')
    >>> print remote_out
    {'return_code': 0, 'stderr': '', 'stdout': 'total 24\ndrwx------   3 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:31 .\ndrwx------  10 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:30 ..\n-rw-------   1 kairo  users    0 Jan 30 11:30 foobar.txt\ndrwx------   2 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:31 marretinha\n'}
    >>> print remote_out['return_code']
    0
    >>> print remote_out['stdout']
    total 24
    drwx------   3 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:31 .
    drwx------  10 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:30 ..
    -rw-------   1 kairo  users    0 Jan 30 11:30 foobar.txt
    drwx------   2 kairo  users  512 Jan 30 11:31 marretinha
    

    Working with exceptions

    >>> import pyrcmd3
    >>> server=pyrcmd3.SSH('localhost', 'foo', 'i dont remember', timeout=10)
    >>> try:
    ...     server.execute('ls')
    ... except pyrcmd3.exceptions.TimeoutExecutingException as e:
    ...     print(e)
    ...
    Timeout while trying to execute command.
    

Contributing

  1. Make the for from https://github.com/marreta-sources/pyrcmd3

  2. Change the code

  3. Test the code
    1. First check all the PEP8 recommendations and possible spells.
    2. Run tests with tox
    3. Create a http://travis-ci.com for your fork and verify the tests
  4. Submit your code doing a pull request

    1. try to give us details about the code. We are newbies with Python and it will be help us.

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Release History

0.1.0

This version

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