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Travel back and forth between local and remote workflow

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Features:

  • Cross-platform support
  • Declarative workflow
  • Upload local files to remote
  • Download remote files to local
  • Execute commands on the remote server

Usage

step 1: create a file name .s4

CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22

RUN ls -lh

step 2: run the following command

> s4
[Step 1]: CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22
? Please type remote server's password **********
[Step 2]: RUN ls -lh
total 20K
drwxr-xr-x  4 root root 4.0K Mar 15 10:10 test1
drwxr-xr-x  2 root root 4.0K Sep 23  2018 test2
drwxr-xr-x  6 root root 4.0K Sep 23  2018 test3
drwxr-xr-x  4 root root 4.0K Aug 27 16:25 test4

for more detail about the command. print s4 --help

Documentation

Syntax Description Example
CONNECT Connect to the server. CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22
CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22 WITH PASSWORD 123
ENV Setting environment variables for remote server. ENV PRIVATE_KEY = 123
VAR Defining variables. VAR PRIVATE_KEY = 123
RUN echo {{PRIVATE_KEY}}
CD Change current working directory of remote server. CD /home/axetroy
UPLOAD Upload local files to remote server dir. UPLOAD local_file.txt ./remote_dir
DOWNLOAD Download remote files to local dir. DOWNLOAD remote_file.txt ./local_dir
COPY Copy file at remote server. COPY remote.db remote.db.bak
MOVE Move file at remote server. MOVE remote.bak remote.db
DELETE Delete files at remote server. DELETE remote_file_1.txt remote_file_2.txt
RUN Run command at local machine or remote server. RUN echo "run at remote"
RUN ["echo", "\"run at local\""]
TRY Same as RUN, but will proceed to the next step regardless of the results TRY exit 1
RUN ls -lh
CONNECT

Connect to remote SSH server. Its format should be <username>@<address>:<port> [WITH [PASSWORD|FILE] [VALUE]]

eg CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22

eg CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22 WITH PASSWORD you_password

eg CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22 WITH FILE ./path/to/private/key/file

If the password or private key file not provide. it will ask you to enter in terminal.

ENV

Set environmental variable for RUN command

eg ENV PRIVATE_KEY = 123

VAR

Defining variables. It has 3 ways to define it.

Set string literals

Its format is this VAR {key} = {value}

VAR PRIVATE_KEY = 123

RUN echo {{PRIVATE_KEY}}

Set environmental variable

Its format is this VAR {key} = ${envKey}:{tag}

tag can be local/remote. Used to specify to get local/remote environment variables.

CONNECT root@192.168.0.1:22

VAR GOPATH_LOCAL = $GOPATH:local

VAR GOPATH_REMOTE = $GOPATH:remote

RUN echo "remote GOPATH: {{GOPATH_REMOTE}}, local GOPATH: {{GOPATH_LOCAL}}"

Set stdout from executing the command line

Its format is this VAR {key} <= {bashCommand}.

This will execute command at remote and set stdout to a variable.

or use the format VAR {key} <= ["{command}", "{argument1}", "{argument2}"]. It will run in local.

VAR NODE_VERSION_LOCAL <= ["node", "-v"]

VAR NODE_VERSION_REMOTE <= node -v

RUN echo "remote version: {{NODE_VERSION_REMOTE}}, local version: {{NODE_VERSION_LOCAL}}"
VAR PRIVATE_KEY = 123
ENV PRIVATE_KEY = {{PRIVATE_KEY}}
RUN echo {{PRIVATE_KEY}}
CD

Change the current working directory of the remote server

eg CD /home/axetroy

If the directory does not exist, an error will be thrown

This will affect all operations on the remote server, including upload/download/run commands, etc.

UPLOAD

Upload local files to a remote server

eg UPLOAD start.py ./server

It required at least two parameters. The last parameter is the remote server's directory where should be uploaded.

The rest of the parameters are the local files path.

DOWNLOAD

Download remote files to local

eg DOWNLOAD start.py ./server

It required at least two parameters. The last parameter is the local directory where should be downloaded.

The rest of the parameters are remote files path.

COPY

Copy file at the remote server

eg COPY data.db data.db.bak

MOVE

Move file at the remote server

eg MOVE data.db data.db.bak

DELETE

Delete files at the remote server, for security, Linux dangerous directories will be ignored

eg DELETE file1 file2

RUN

Run the command at the local or remote server

Run at the remote server

eg RUN python ./remote/start.py

It supports multi-line wrap

# run at remote
RUN npm version \
    && npm run build \
    && npm run test \
    && npm run publish

Run at the local machine

# run at local machine
RUN ["npm", "run", "build"]
TRY

Same as RUN, but will proceed to the next step regardless of the results

Installation

Download the executable file for your platform at release page

Then set the environment variable.

eg, the executable file is in the ~/bin directory.

# ~/.bash_profile
export PATH="$PATH:~/bin"

finally, try it out.

s4 --help

Upgrade

You can re-download the executable and overwrite the original file.

or type the following command to upgrade to the latest version. VAR

> s4 upgrade

Build from source code

> go get -v -u github.com/axetroy/s4
> cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/axetroy/s4
> make build

Test

make test

Why?

Why do I need such a tool? What is its use?

In development, we need to operate remote servers locally, such as deploying services, restarting services, upload files, etc.

of course, We can do this with a bash script.

But that is quite cumbersome.

So, I wrote this tool to release my hands.

I hope this helps you.

Tools

vscode-s4

License

The MIT License

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