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@runnerty/executor-shell

3.0.0 • Public • Published

Smart Processes Management

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Shell executor for Runnerty:

Installation:

Through NPM

npm i @runnerty/executor-shell

You can also add modules to your project with runnerty-cli

npx runnerty-cli add @runnerty/executor-shell

This command installs the module in your project, adds example configuration in your config.json and creates an example plan of use.

If you have installed runnerty-cli globally you can include the module with this command:

rty add @runnerty/executor-shell

Configuration sample:

Add in config.json:

Local

{
  "id": "shell_default",
  "type": "@runnerty-executor-shell"
}

Remote (SSH)

{
  "id": "shell_ssh",
  "type": "@runnerty-executor-shell",
  "host": "remote.server.com",
  "username": "runnerty",
  "privateKey": "./ssh/privateKeyFile.pem"
}

Plan sample:

Add in plan.json:

{
  "id":"shell_default",
  "command":"tar cvfz /var/backups/stf.tar /var/stranger_things/"
}
{
  "id":"shell_default",
  "command":"python",
  "args":["myscript.py","hello"]
}
{
  "id":"shell_default",
  "command":"echo",
  "args":["hello world"]
}

Using the outputJSON param, if you have a process which returns a JSON object, the executor will generate automatically a value for each value of the object:

{
  "id":"shell_default",
  "command":"node my-returning-object-process.js",
}

This the output of my-returning-object-process.js:

{
  "name": "my output name",
  "lastName": "my output lastName"
}

Output values with the object's values. It is possible to access the values by GETVALUE function:

@GV(PROCESS_EXEC_JSON_NAME) --> "my output name"
@GV(PROCESS_EXEC_JSON_LASTNAME) --> "my output lastName"

Install

npm i @runnerty/executor-shell

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3.0.0

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