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App::cpanel - CLI for cPanel UAPI and API 2
$ cpanel uapi Notifications get_notifications_count $ cpanel uapi ResourceUsage get_usages $ cpanel uapi Fileman list_files dir=public_html $ cpanel uapi Fileman get_file_content dir=public_html file=index.html $ cpanel download public_html/index.html $ cpanel api2 Fileman fileop op=chmod metadata=0755 sourcefiles=public_html/cgi-bin/hello-world $ cpanel api2 Fileman fileop op=unlink sourcefiles=public_html/cgi-bin/hello-world $ cpanel api2 Fileman mkdir path= name=new-dir-at-top # this one is one at a time but can overwrite files $ cpanel api2 Fileman savefile dir=public_html/cgi-bin filename=hello-world content="$(cat public_html/cgi-bin/hello-world)" # this is multiple files but refuses to overwrite $ cpanel upload public_html/cgi-bin hello-world # download $ cpanel mirror public_html public_html cpanel localfs # upload $ cpanel mirror public_html public_html localfs cpanel
CLI for cPanel UAPI and also API 2, due to missing functionality in UAPI.
Stores session token in ~/.cpanel-token, a two-line file. First line is the URL component that goes after
cpsess. Second is the
cpsession cookie, which you can get from your browser's DevTools.
Stores relevant domain name in ~/.cpanel-domain.
Will print the return value, using "dumper" in Mojo::Util except for
Returns a promise of the decoded JSON value or
$to_map. Copies the information in the first directory to the second, using the respective maps. Assumes UNIX-like semantics in filenames, i.e.
Returns a promise of completion.
The maps are hash-refs whose values are functions, and the keys are:
$dir. Returns a promise of two hash-refs, of directories and of files. Each has keys of relative filename, values are an array-ref containing a string octal number representing UNIX permissions, and a number giving the
mtime. Must reject if does not exist.
$dir. Returns a promise of having created the directory.
$file. Returns a promise of the file contents.
$file. Returns a promise of having written the file contents.
$perms. Returns a promise of having changed the permissions.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.