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Octivi - CephClient

php-cephclient is a PHP library to communicate with Ceph's REST API.

This is currently a work in progress.

ABOUT

CurlClient

The CurlClient class takes care of sending calls to the API through HTTP and handle the responses. It supports queries for JSON, XML, plain text or binary.

CephClient

The CephClient class provides helper functions to communicate with the API. The CallWrapper uses the CephClient.

Nothing prevents you from calling the client directly.

Development, Feedback, Bugs

Contributors:

Thanks to David Moreau Simard, who is an author of python-cephclient, which was our inspiration on creating php-cephclient library.

Want to contribute ? Feel free to send pull requests!

Have problems, bugs, feature ideas? We are using the github issue tracker to manage them.

HOW TO USE

Installation

Install the package through composer::

php composer.phar require octivi/php-cephclient:*

Usage

Instanciate CephClient:

use Octivi\CephClient\Client\CephClient;

$url = 'http://10.20.51.201:5000/api/v0.1/';
$cephClient = new CephClient($url);

Optional with authentication:

use Octivi\CephClient\Client\CephClient;

$url = 'http://10.20.51.201:5000/api/v0.1/';
$cephClient = new CephClient($url);
$cephClient->useAuth('name', 'password');

Do your request.

$response = $cephClient->getRoot()->fsId();

Response example:

object(stdClass)[91]
  public 'status' => string 'OK' (length=2)
  public 'output' => 
    object(stdClass)[109]
      public 'fsid' => string '60d98352-115b-4ca1-a51b-414d98492168' (length=36)

You can set your CephClient to return json respons by setting debug parametr as true

new CephClient($url, true);

Response example:

{
    "status": "OK",
    "output": {
        "fsid": "d5252e7d-75bc-4083-85ed-fe51fa83f62b"
    }
}

Optional possibility: After geting your response you can draw info about the call:

$cephClient->root->fsId();
$cephClient->getInfo();

Info example:

array (size=26)
    'url' => string 'http://10.20.51.201:5000/api/v0.1/fsid' (length=38)
    'content_type' => string 'application/json' (length=16)
    'http_code' => int 200
    'header_size' => int 145
    'request_size' => int 148
    'filetime' => int -1
    'ssl_verify_result' => int 0
    'redirect_count' => int 0
    'total_time' => float 0.015
    'namelookup_time' => float 0
    'connect_time' => float 0
    'pretransfer_time' => float 0
    'size_upload' => float 0
    'size_download' => float 76
    'speed_download' => float 5066
    'speed_upload' => float 0
    'download_content_length' => float 76
    'upload_content_length' => float 0
    'starttransfer_time' => float 0.015
    'redirect_time' => float 0
    'certinfo' => 
      array (size=0)
        empty
    'primary_ip' => string '10.20.51.201' (length=12)
    'primary_port' => int 5000
    'local_ip' => string '10.20.52.231' (length=12)
    'local_port' => int 52062
    'redirect_url' => string '' (length=0)

Read more: cephClient calls group and functions

RELEASE NOTES

0.1.0

  • First public release of php-cephclient