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NAME

Net::Etcd - etcd v3 REST API.

SYNOPSIS

    Etcd v3.1.0 or greater is required.   To use the v3 API make sure to set environment
    variable ETCDCTL_API=3.  Precompiled binaries can be downloaded at https://github.com/coreos/etcd/releases.

    $etcd = Net::Etcd->new(); # host: 127.0.0.1 port: 2379
    $etcd = Net::Etcd->new({ host => $host, port => $port, ssl => 1 });

    # put key
    $result = $etcd->put({ key =>'foo1', value => 'bar' });

    # get single key
    $key = $etcd->range({ key =>'test0' });

    # return single key value or the first in a list.
    $key->get_value

    # get range of keys
    $range = $etcd->range({ key =>'test0', range_end => 'test100' });

    # return array { key => value } pairs from range request.
    my @users = $range->all

    # watch key range, streaming.
    $watch = $etcd->watch( { key => 'foo', range_end => 'fop'}, sub {
        my ($result) =  @_;
        print STDERR Dumper($result);
    })->create;

    # create/grant 20 second lease
    $etcd->lease( { ID => 7587821338341002662, TTL => 20 } )->grant;

    # attach lease to put
    $etcd->put( { key => 'foo2', value => 'bar2', lease => 7587821338341002662 } );

    # add new user
    $etcd->user( { name => 'samba', password => 'foo' } )->add;

    # add new user role
        $role = $etcd->role( { name => 'myrole' } )->add;

    # grant read permission for the foo key to myrole
    $etcd->role_perm( { name => 'myrole', key => 'foo', permType => 'READWRITE' } )->grant;

    # grant role
    $etcd->user_role( { user => 'samba', role => 'myrole' } )->grant;

DESCRIPTION

Net::Etcd is object oriented interface to the v3 REST API provided by the etcd grpc-gateway.

ACCESSORS

host

The etcd host. Defaults to 127.0.0.1

port

Default 2379.

name

Username for authentication

password

Authentication credentials

ssl

To enable set to 1

api_version

defaults to /v3alpha

api_path

The full api path. Defaults to http://127.0.0.1:2379/v3alpha

auth_token

The token that is passed during authentication. This is generated during the authentication process and stored until no longer valid or username is changed.

PUBLIC METHODS

watch

See Net::Etcd::Watch

    $etcd->watch({ key =>'foo', range_end => 'fop' })

role

See Net::Etcd::Auth::Role

    $etcd->role({ role => 'foo' });

role_perm

See Net::Etcd::Auth::RolePermission

Grants or revoke permission of a specified key or range to a specified role.

user_role

See Net::Etcd::User::Role

    $etcd->user_role({ name => 'samba', role => 'foo' });

auth

See Net::Etcd::Auth

    $etcd->auth({ name => 'samba', password => 'foo' })->authenticate;
        $etcd->auth()->enable;
        $etcd->auth()->disable

lease

See Net::Etcd::Lease

    $etcd->lease( { ID => 7587821338341002662, TTL => 20 } )->grant;

maintenance

See Net::Etcd::Maintenance

    $etcd->maintenance()->snapshot

user

See Net::Etcd::User

    $etcd->user( { name => 'samba', password => 'foo' } )->add;

put

See Net::Etcd::KV::Put

    $etcd->put({ key =>'foo1', value => 'bar' });

range

See Net::Etcd::KV::Range

    $etcd->range({ key =>'test0', range_end => 'test100' });

txn

See Net::Etcd::KV::Txn

    $etcd->txn({ compare => \@compare, success => \@op });

op

See Net::Etcd::KV::Op

    $etcd->op({ request_put => $put });
        $etcd->op({ request_delete_range => $range });

compare

See Net::Etcd::KV::Compare

    $etcd->compare( { key => 'foo', result => 'EQUAL', target => 'VALUE', value => 'baz' });
    $etcd->compare( { key => 'foo', target => 'CREATE', result => 'NOT_EQUAL', create_revision => '2' });

configuration

Initialize configuration checks to see it etcd is installed locally.

AUTHOR

Sam Batschelet, <sbatschelet at mac.com>

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The etcd developers and community.

CAVEATS

The etcd v3 API is in heavy development and can change at anytime please see api_reference_v3 for latest details.

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2017 Sam Batschelet (hexfusion).

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.