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A RESTful API for administering virtual Mumble servers. Built with Flask and Ice.
Full Description

Murmur-rest API v1

Overview

Murmur-REST is a RESTful web application wrapper over the Murmur SLICE API to administer virtual Mumble servers. The API allows you to develop your own application using the feature set and endpoints provided. This project was built to administer Mumble servers for Guildbit.com.

Murmur-REST is still in early development. If you find any issues or would like to help contribute to the project, please report them via Github issues or send a pull request.

Check out my Mumble-Widget project! https://github.com/alfg/mumble-widget

Endpoints

Servers

Endpoint Description
GET /servers/ Get server list
POST /servers/ Create a new server, starts it, and returns details
GET /servers/:serverid Get server details
POST /servers/:serverid/start Start server
POST /servers/:serverid/stop Stop server
DELETE /servers/:serverid Delete server
DELETE /servers/delete?id=1,2,3 Delete multiple servers
GET /servers/:serverid/logs Get server logs
GET /servers/:serverid/bans Get list of banned users
GET /servers/:serverid/conf Get server configuration for specified id
POST /servers/:serverid/conf?key=users&value=100 Set configuration variable 'users' to 100
POST /servers/:serverid/sendmessage Send a message to all channels in a server. formdata: message
POST /servers/:serverid/setsuperuserpw Sets SuperUser password. formdata: password

Stats

Endpoint Description
GET /stats/ Get all statistics

Users

Endpoint Description
GET /servers/:serverid/user Get all users in a server
GET /servers/:serverid/user/:userid Get User
POST /servers/:serverid/user Create User, formdata: username&password
DELETE /servers/:serverid/user/:userid Delete User
POST /servers/:serverid/kickuser?usersession=1 Kick user with session #1
POST /servers/:serverid/user/:userid/mute Mute User
POST /servers/:serverid/user/:userid/unmute Unmute User

Channels

Endpoint Description
GET /servers/:serverid/channels Get all channels in a server
GET /servers/:serverid/channels/:channelid Get a channel from a server by ID
POST /servers/:serverid/channels Create Channel, formdata: name&parent
GET /servers/:serverid/channels/:channelid/acl Get ACL list for channel ID
DELETE /servers/:serverid/channels/:channelid Delete Channel

Development Setup

Assuming you already have Murmur running and set up, follow the instructions below to run murmur-rest
for development. Tested on Ubuntu 13.10, but should be to run wherever Murmur and Zero Ice are supported.

Runserver.py uses Flask's development server. This should be used for development only. See
Deployment for Production for running in production mode. Python virtualenv is highly recommended as well.

1) Install required Zero Ice library

sudo apt-get install python-zeroc-ice

2) Clone and install murmur-rest

git clone git@github.com:alfg/murmur-rest.git
cd /directory/to/murmur-rest
pip install -r requirements.txt

Note: If running in virtualenv, use the --system-site-packages flag in order to import the Ice library.

3) Run and test application

$ cp settings.py.example settings.py
$ python runserver.py
 * Running on http://0.0.0.0:5000/
 * Restarting with reloader

$ curl http://127.0.0.1:5000/servers/
[
    {
        "address": ":::64739",
        "channels": 1,
        "humanize_uptime": "0:00:02",
        "id": 2,
        "log_length": 35,
        "maxusers": "10",
        "name": "",
        "running": true,
        "uptime": 2,
        "users": 0
    }
]

Docker Setup

A Dockerfile is provided to easily setup a local development setup. Install Docker and run the following commands:

  • Build the image:
    cd /path/to/murmur-rest
    docker build -t murmur-rest .
    

This will build the image and pull in all dependencies to run the application, including murmur.

  • Run container:

    docker run -p 5000:5000 -t -i murmur-rest
    
  • Load http://{VM IP}:5000/servers/ into the browser to test.
    If you're unsure what your Docker VM's host is, just run docker-machine ls to check.

Deployment for Production

Following the same steps for Deployment for Development, just use a Python WSGI application server
such as Gunicorn instead of the built-in Flask server. The provided wsgi.py
file is provided for this.

For example, if using Gunicorn and virtualenv:

/path/to/murmur-rest/env/bin/gunicorn -b 127.0.0.1:5000 wsgi:app

Notes

  • Early development. Expect changes that might break the first revision of the RESTful API
  • API is incomplete and will be completed over time
  • I'm following the RESTful API specification and standards as closely as I can (with some exceptions), please feel
    free to suggest any corrections
  • Murmur SLICE API is located here: http://mumble.sourceforge.net/slice/Murmur.html

TODO

  • Complete support for full Murmur SLICE API
  • Easier deployment for production
  • Documentation
  • Error Handling

Resources

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 github.com/alfg

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