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flux-proxy command #645

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garlick opened this Issue Apr 14, 2016 · 2 comments

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garlick commented Apr 14, 2016

For situations where establishing a Flux connection is a high latency activity, a Flux utility might act as a message router for a particular job, e.g.

$ flux [--uri URI] tunnel [COMMAND]

The tunnel command would establish a connection to URI, then create a UNIX domain socket that groks local:// protocol and set FLUX_URI to local://path, then spawn COMMAND. Once COMMAND exits, the tunnel command drops the connection, cleans up the socket, and exits. If no COMMAND, an interactive shell is spawned.

This command probably needs a less subversive sounding name.

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garlick commented Apr 14, 2016

This command probably needs a less subversive sounding name.

flux-proxy?

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grondo commented Apr 14, 2016

That's pretty good! I was going to suggest flux infiltrate, but then I reread that you wanted something less subversive.

@garlick garlick changed the title flux tunnel command flux-proxy command Apr 14, 2016

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