[Cubicweb] Re: How to set things up to use Pyro
julien.jehannet at logilab.fr
Mon Feb 15 14:11:04 CET 2010
Not sure my comments will help you but I post them for the record.
> * Alexandre Fayolle <alexandre.fayolle at logilab.fr> [15-fév-2010 12:35]:
> I need to access a CW server through HTTP (that's easy) and through Pyro from
> a restricted number of hosts. On the CW server computer I've configured all-in-
> one.conf with
> * pyro-server=yes
> * pyro-ns-host=$hostname:6969
> (with $hostname the fqdn for my host. Pyro-ns is lauched on that computer with
> -x -p 6969).
> Is this correct so far?
It seems ok. However, note that you can put the pyro server config in the
Not certain but you can perhaps get rid of the pyro server if you already
know the object URIs:
> The Cubicweb documentation is not clear about configuring the client computers.
> I've deployed cubicweb and the cubes sources, but I don't know what needs to
> be done to :
> * configure an local instance which will access the CW server via Pyro. I would
> have expected cubicweb-ctl create -c pyro-client or something similar but
> cwctl list gives no configuration which matches my need
Check if the command "pyro-nsc listall" is capable of giving a valid instances list.
If not, it's surely a name server problem.
Try http://pyro.sourceforge.net/manual/3-install.html for useful
environment variables to debug that more easily.
> * in my client code, connect to the server
I don't know what's kind of client code you want, but there exists
something very handy for remote execution:
Write a migration script, put your logic inside and run it by
cubicweb-ctl shell <migration script> All the necessary stuff for
the remote connection will be done for you.
Julien JEHANNET LOGILAB, Paris (France)
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