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Image (or most any file) Web client and server Backed by MongoDB
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imgsrv



Overview

Initially, I just wanted a server that I could upload images to, and quickly
serve back. While it's mostly that, it is the client and server side tooling.

The files are stored in mongoDB, using its GridFS.

Usage

Server side
For a basic start, make sure mongo is running on the localhost, and run:
./imgsrv -server
2013/02/12 13:03:37 0.0.0.0
2013/02/12 13:03:37 Serving on 0.0.0.0:7777 ...

For something a bit more complicated, like an openshift diy-0.1 cartridge,
set your .openshift/action_hooks/start to:

nohup ${OPENSHIFT_REPO_DIR}/bin/server \
  -server \
  -ip ${OPENSHIFT_INTERNAL_IP} \
  -port 8080 \
  -mongo-host ${OPENSHIFT_NOSQL_DB_URL} \
  >> ${OPENSHIFT_LOG_DIR}/server.log 2>&1 &

Client side:
Either pass the -remotehost flag pointing to your server instance

imgsrv -remotehost http://hurp.til.derp.com:7777 -put ./lolz.gif -keywords 'cats,lols'

or setup your ~/.imgsrv.yaml, with a the value 'remotehost', like so:

---
remotehost: http://hurp.til.derp.com:7777

then you can drop that flag out, for quicker lolzing:

imgsrv -put ./lolz.gif -keywords 'cats,lols'
2013/02/12 13:00:28 POSTing: http://hurp.til.derp.com:7777/f/?filename=lolz.gif&keywords=cats,lols
2013/02/12 13:00:29 New Image!: http://hurp.til.derp.com:7777/f/lolz.gif

Building

Either

git clone git://<host>/imgsrv.git
cd imgsrv
go build
./imgsrv

or

go get github.com/vbatts/imgsrv
imgsrv
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