cdnwhaaat

    1.2.1 • Public • Published

    CDN...Whaat!

    This script simply helps you checking that some files have been uploaded to your CDN.

    cdnwhaat

    It is usually common to build some assets (optimized images, minified JS) on your server and then send them to your CDN -- but better check they have really been uploaded, else your deployment will reserve you some nasty surprises!

    Installation

    Install this module globally

    npm install -g cdnwhaaat
    

    Usage

    cdnwhaaat /path/to/your/assets --cdn=https://cdn.example.org/assets/ [--tries 5] [--sleep 3]
    

    The first argument is the path to your assets on the machine where cdnwhaaat is running: it will recursively iterate through the contents of that path and extract the files that need to be checked on the --cdn argument.

    In the example above, say there is a sample.txt file in /path/to/your/assets, then cdnwhaaat will try to hit it at https://cdn.example.org/assets/sample.txt.

    The --tries argument specifies how many times cdnwhaat should try to hit that file until it should consider it failed (a hit is considered successful when it returns 200 Ok).

    The --sleep argument will instead specify how many seconds we will wait before the next attempt: in the example above we try 5 times, with 3 seconds between each try.

    ~/projects/namshi/cdnwhaaat  ᐅ cdnwhaaat /tmp/cdn --cdn=https://a.namshicdn.com/ --tries 3 --sleep 1
    Attempting to verify everything is on the CDN (1)
    Attempting to verify everything is on the CDN (2)
    Attempting to verify everything is on the CDN (3)
    Some resources weren't found on the CDN
    https://a.namshicdn.com/phoenix/styles/some.html
    

    Tests

    tests

    For real, still trying to figure how to do them.

    Install

    npm i cdnwhaaat

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    23

    Version

    1.2.1

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • odino
    • namshi