Tag : distributed
|LoggingWebMonitor - a central logging server and monitor.||Gabriel Genellina||python||client_server debugging distributed logging remote sysadmin web||
LoggingWebMonitor listens for log records sent from other processes running in the same box or network. Collects and saves them concurrently in a log file. Shows a summary web page with the latest N records received.
|February 2, 2010|
|Pickle Optimizer||Raymond Hettinger||python||Pickle Optimizer distributed||
Smaller faster pickles! Eliminates unused PUT opcodes.
|February 10, 2008|
|Publish an object via PDO (aka Cocoa Distributed Objects)||ericj||Objective C||distributed||January 13, 2008|
|An Erlang Port in Python||thanos vassilakis||python||Erlang Port Python distributed erlang integration process||
Erlang has two built-in interoperability mechanisms. One is distributed Erlang nodes and the other one is ports. Ports provide the basic Erlang mechanism for communication with the external world. They provide a byte-oriented interface to an external program. When a port has been created, Erlang can communicate with it by sending and receiving lists of bytes. This recipe cooks an Erlang port in python. Making it easy for Erlang to instantiate and use python objects. Like most simple port implementations it uses an external python program and lets Erlang communicate via standard input and write to standard output. Theoretically, the external program could be written in any programming language. This recipe is pretty abstract and you will have to implement your own encode and decoding scheme.
|November 14, 2007|
|Render farm script||Will Ware||python||Render farm script distributed||
This script runs a render farm on a bunch of networked machines, each with SSHD running, and POV-Ray and ImageMagick installed. The host machine uses mpeg2encode and ffmpeg to produce a MP4 video file, which I transfer to the Mac to burn a DVD. To keep life simple, I clone the same .ssh directory on all the machines.
|August 22, 2006|
|Automatic Southwest Boarding Pass||Ken Washington||python||Automatic Southwest Boarding Pass boardingpass distributed southwest||
This script automatically checks you into a Southwest airlines flight exactly 24 hours before the flight. It finds the time of your flight and handles the timing and the web posting automatically with plenty of error checking. All you have to do is provide a confirmation number, first name, and last name. The script will email the results to you if an email address and valid smtp server are provided. The departing or returning flight will be scheduled, whichever is closest to the current time.
|June 10, 2006|
|web sevice usage via a http proxy||Sebastian Schneckener||python||sevice usage http proxy distributed||
This is a simple example of web service usage (here: currency exchange rate service from xmethods) in python via a http proxy. Proxy information is taken from the environment.
|February 13, 2006|
|Simple object distribution||Igor Cananea||python||Simple object distribution distributed||
Distribute already (or newly) implemented Python objects, allowing them to be remotely accessed without much hussle
|November 27, 2005|
|Simple Threaded XML-RPC Server||Guyon Morée||python||Simple Threaded XML-RPC Server distributed||
Make the standard-lib SimpleXMLRPCServer multi-threaded by using a simple mix-in construction.
|June 7, 2005|
|serving dynamically-generated PDF files via XML/RPC||gian paolo ciceri||python||serving dynamically-generated files XML/RPC distributed||
It's only a matter to put together Reportlab to generate a pdf file on the fly and Cherrypy xmlrpc filter to serve it as an XML/RPC binary object (base64-encoded).
|May 5, 2005|
|Exposing a Pyro remote object as a web service via XMLRPC with CherryPy||gian paolo ciceri||python||Exposing Pyro remote object service XMLRPC with CherryPy distributed||
This recipe shows how to build an xmlrpc multithread server that exposes a Pyro remote object as a web service. Be careful to the remote object state: two different ways (a global and a thread local) are shown.
|November 23, 2004|
|Exposing a COM component as a web service via XMLRPC with CherryPy (windows-specific)||gian paolo ciceri||python||Exposing component service XMLRPC with CherryPy (windows-specific) distributed||
This recipe shows how to build an xmlrpc multithread server that exposes a COM component as a web service.
|November 22, 2004|
|Normally Distributed Random Numbers||William Kappele||python||Normally Distributed Random Numbers graphics math||
This recipe produces random numbers from a normal (bell-shaped) distribution. (The rand() command in Tcl produces uniformly distributed random numbers.)
|August 6, 2002|
|Minimal SOAP||andreas kupries||python||Minimal SOAP distributed||
A minimal example setting up and using SOAP to call to a temperature conversion service. Uses http and TclSOAP. The latter can be found at http://tclsoap.sourceforge.net
|June 27, 2002|
|COM based email||Shane Caraveo||python||based email distributed||
One way to work around the lack of a full implementation of sendmail in PHP is to use the Microsoft Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) Library.
Here is a short example of its usage:
|December 7, 2001|