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A full-featured web UI for Scrapyd cluster management, with Scrapy log analysis & visualization supported.

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ScrapydWeb: A full-featured web UI for Scrapyd cluster management, with Scrapy log analysis & visualization supported.

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Scrapyd x ScrapydWeb

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overview

Features

  • Scrapyd Cluster Management

    • Group, filter and select any number of nodes
    • Execute command on multinodes with just a few clicks
  • Scrapy Log Analysis

    • Stats collection
    • Progress visualization
    • Logs categorization
  • All Scrapyd JSON API Supported

    • Deploy project, Run Spider, Stop job
    • List projects/versions/spiders/running_jobs
    • Delete version/project
  • Enhancements

    • Basic auth for web UI
    • HTML caching for the Log and Stats page
    • Auto eggify your projects
    • Email notice
    • Mobile UI

Getting Started

Prerequisites

Make sure that Scrapyd has been installed and started on all of your hosts.

Note that if you want to visit your Scrapyd server remotely, you have to manually set the bind_address to bind_address = 0.0.0.0 and restart Scrapyd to make it visible externally.

Installing ScrapydWeb

  • use pip:
pip install scrapydweb
  • use git:
git clone https://github.com/my8100/scrapydweb.git
cd scrapydweb
python setup.py install

Starting ScrapydWeb

  1. Start ScrapydWeb via the scrapydweb command. (Your would be asked to add your SCRAPYD_SERVERS in the generated config file on first startup.)
  2. Visit http://127.0.0.1:5000. (It's recommended to use Google Chrome to get the best experience.)

Browser Support

The latest version of Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

Preview

Running the tests

$ git clone https://github.com/my8100/scrapydweb.git
$ cd scrapydweb

# To create isolated Python environments
$ pip install virtualenv
$ virtualenv venv/scrapydweb
# Or specify your Python interpreter: $ virtualenv -p /usr/local/bin/python3.7 venv/scrapydweb
$ source venv/scrapydweb/bin/activate

# Install dependent libraries
(scrapydweb) $ python setup.py install
(scrapydweb) $ pip install pytest
(scrapydweb) $ pip install coverage

# Make sure Scrapyd has been installed and started, then update the custom_settings item in tests/conftest.py
(scrapydweb) $ vi tests/conftest.py
(scrapydweb) $ curl http://127.0.0.1:6800

(scrapydweb) $ coverage run --source=scrapydweb -m pytest tests/test_a_factory.py -s -vv
(scrapydweb) $ coverage run --source=scrapydweb -m pytest tests -s -vv
(scrapydweb) $ coverage report
# To create an HTML report, check out htmlcov/index.html
(scrapydweb) $ coverage html

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Detailed changes for each release are documented in the HISTORY.md.

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License

This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 - see the LICENSE file for details.

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