pfcon http API call examples - FNNDSC/pfcon Wiki

pfcon http API call examples

Create a zip file in your local filesystem

mkdir -p /tmp/in
cd /tmp/in
echo "Test file" > test.txt
zip test.zip test.txt

Submit plugin for execution

Note: Usage here has been updated to support the change introduced in https://github.com/FNNDSC/pfcon/commit/49f545f179098982b547235194971e3be56390ef

Using HTTPie REST API client:

Get a JWT token from the server:

http POST http://localhost:30006/api/v1/auth-token/ pfcon_user=pfcon pfcon_password=pfcon1234

Submit fs plugin for execution using the previous token and any local zip file:

http -f POST http://localhost:30006/api/v1/jobs/ args=--saveinputmeta args=--saveoutputmeta args=--dir args=cube/uploads args_path_flags=--dir auid=cube number_of_workers=1 cpu_limit=1000 memory_limit=200 gpu_limit=0 image=fnndsc/pl-simplefsapp entrypoint=python3 entrypoint=/usr/local/bin/simplefsapp type=fs jid=chris-jid-1 [email protected]/tmp/in/test.zip "Authorization: Bearer <token>"

Submit ds plugin for execution using any local zip file:

http -f POST http://localhost:30006/api/v1/jobs/ args=--saveinputmeta args=--saveoutputmeta args=--prefix args=lolo auid=cube number_of_workers=1 cpu_limit=1000 memory_limit=200 gpu_limit=0 image=fnndsc/pl-simpledsapp entrypoint=python3 entrypoint=/usr/local/bin/simpledsapp type=ds [email protected]/tmp/in/test.zip jid=chris-jid-2

Using curl:

Get a JWT token from the server:

curl -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -X POST -d '{"pfcon_user": "pfcon", "pfcon_password": "pfcon1234"}' http://localhost:30006/api/v1/auth-token/

Submit fs plugin for execution using any local zip file:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <token>" -F args=--saveinputmeta -F args=--saveoutputmeta -F args=--dir -F args=cube/uploads -F args_path_flags=--dir -F auid=cube -F number_of_workers=1 -F cpu_limit=1000 -F memory_limit=200 -F gpu_limit=0 -F image=fnndsc/pl-simplefsapp -F entrypoint=python3 -F entrypoint=/usr/local/bin/simplefsapp -F type=fs -F jid=chris-jid-1 -F [email protected]/tmp/in/test.zip http://localhost:30006/api/v1/jobs/

Submit ds plugin for execution using any local zip file:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <token>" -F args=--saveinputmeta -F args=--saveoutputmeta -F args=--prefix -F args=lolo -F auid=cube -F number_of_workers=1 -F cpu_limit=1000 -F memory_limit=200 -F gpu_limit=0 -F image=fnndsc/pl-simpledsapp -F entrypoint=python3 -F entrypoint=/usr/local/bin/simpledsapp -F type=ds -F [email protected]/tmp/in/test.zip -F jid=chris-jid-2 http://localhost:30006/api/v1/jobs/

Arguments of type path or unextpath

If a plugin's args list contains flags with arguments of type path or unextpath then those flags should be included in the optional args_path_flags list (as in the fs plugin example above). This way pfcon server will know that it has to substitute the local path specified by the flag by an actual path in the cloud.

Check on a plugin execution status

Using HTTPie REST API client:

http http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/ "Authorization: Bearer <token>"

Using curl:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <token>" http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/

Download the output files of a previously submitted plugin that has already finished

Using HTTPie REST API client:

http --download http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/file/ "Authorization: Bearer <token>"

Using curl:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <token>" http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/file/ --output file.zip

Delete a previously submitted plugin from the remote environment

Using HTTPie REST API client:

http delete http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/ "Authorization: Bearer <token>"

Using curl:

curl -H "Authorization: Bearer <token>" -x "DELETE" http://localhost:30006/api/v1/chris-jid-2/
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