[Twisted-Python] twisted daemonize problem
marco.giusti at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 07:53:26 EST 2010
On Tue, Nov 09, 2010 at 06:58:05AM -0500, Neal Becker wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestions.
> I'd also like to add authentication, but it seems rather daunting.
You should not. Add basic or digest authentication is really easy. Take
a look at Calderone's Twisted Web in 60 seconds: HTTP authentication,
I read the series time ago and I don't remember exactly the content but
the serie is really well written, the best 60 seconds (per episode)
spent to learn the bases of twisted web.
> Maybe I could just restrict the xmlrpc to listen only on connection from the
> local host?
yes, you could and twisted tap plugin system helps you on this. Just
create a tap plugin with the options you need. An simple example:
from twisted.python import usage
from twisted.plugin import IPlugin
from twisted.application import strports, service
optParameters = [
['port', 'p', '80', 'Listen port.', int],
['interface', 'i', None, 'Interface to which to bind.'],
tapname = "processxmlrpc"
description = "Remote process control in xmlrpc"
options = Options
def makeService(self, options):
factory = ... # XXX
description = 'tcp:' + str(config['port'])
description += ':interface=' + config['interface']
return strports.service(description, factory)
You can setup the server to listen to localhost and prepare a reverse
proxy that require authentication and that accept connections from all
interfaces, as example.
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