Simple Python Varnish socket interface
A simple python library to administer Varnish over the administration socket. The library can use shared secret authentication. Almost all testing has been done against Varnish 2.1.5.
Note: To use the library with Varnish 2.0.6, set compat = True (Experimental)
This was heavily inspired by Tim Whitlock’s wonderful PHP library (http://github.com/timwhitlock/php-varnish).
from varnish_admin_socket import VarnishAdminSocket varnish = VarnishAdminSocket() # Optionally set host, port, and secret # host defaults to 127.0.0.1, port defaults to 6082, secret defaults to False varnish.host = '127.0.0.1' varnish.port = 6082 # You probably want to add a newline, this is usually read from a file. varnish.secret = "123\n" # To load the secret key from a file set secret_file varnish.secret_file = '/etc/varnish/secret.txt' # To use with Varnish 2.0.6 compat = True must be set varnish.compat = True # Connect to Varnish varnish.connect() # Purge Commands varnish.purge_url('^/cached') varnish.purge('req.http.host ~ example.com && req.url ~ ^/cached$') # Run Stats print varnish.stats() # Quit and close the connection varnish.quit()
from varnish_admin_socket import VarnishAdminSocket # You may also set server, port, host, and secret on instantiation. varnish = VarnishAdminSocket(host='varnish.domain.com',secret='123\n') varnish.connect() print varnish.stats() varnish.quit() # Setting auto_connect will automatically connect(), will run the first command (besides auth), # and will then .quit() VarnishAdminSocket(auto_connect=True,secret_file='/etc/varnish/secret.txt').purge_url('.')
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