Source code for sqlalchemy_media.stores.ssh

from os.path import join, dirname

from .base import Store
from ..optionals import ensure_paramiko
from ..typing_ import FileLike

[docs]class SSHStore(Store): """ Store for SSH protocol. aka SFTP .. versionadded:: 0.12.0 :param hostname: The ssh server's hostname to connect to. It will be looked-up from ssh config file to find another options if given. An instance of the :class:`paramiko.SSHClient` may be passed instead of the hostname. :param root_path: The path to a directory on the ssh server to store files. :param base_url: The base url path to include at the beginning of the file's path to yield the access url. :param ssh_config_file: The standard ssh config file. is not given, the file `$HOME/.ssh/config` will be tried. :param kwargs: Additional keyword arguments to pass to the :class:`paramiko.SSHClient` """ def __init__(self, hostname, root_path, base_url, ssh_config_file=None, **kwargs): ensure_paramiko() from sqlalchemy_media.ssh import SSHClient self.root_path = root_path self.base_url = base_url.rstrip('/') if isinstance(hostname, SSHClient): self.ssh_client = hostname else: self.ssh_client = SSHClient() self.ssh_client.load_config_file(filename=ssh_config_file) self.ssh_client.connect(hostname, **kwargs) self.ssh_client.sftp.chdir(None) def _get_remote_path(self, filename): return join(self.root_path, filename)
[docs] def put(self, filename: str, stream: FileLike) -> int: remote_filename = self._get_remote_path(filename) remote_directory = dirname(remote_filename) self.ssh_client.exec_command( b'mkdir -p "%s"' % remote_directory.encode() ) result = self.ssh_client.sftp.putfo(stream, remote_filename) return result.st_size
[docs] def delete(self, filename: str) -> None: remote_filename = self._get_remote_path(filename) self.ssh_client.remove(remote_filename)
[docs] def open(self, filename: str, mode: str = 'rb'): remote_filename = self._get_remote_path(filename) return, mode=mode)
[docs] def locate(self, attachment) -> str: return '%s/%s' % (self.base_url, attachment.path)