I’ve just released an update to FlynnID. The primary change is that I’ve reintroduced the command line arguments, meaning a single node can be registered without the need for a configuration file. I’ve also hopefully learned my lesson, and in the words of a friend ‘Deprecate, not annihilate!’
Along with this change, 0.3 also introduces a handy feature if you’re running FlynnID on a schedule. If the node you’re registering is already registered then it won’t attempt to register it again. You can override this behavior using the
--force command line option.
Lastly, the output is now much more colourful…
$flynnid config.json Registering 10.250.3.15:8080 to localhost:4444 [<span style="color: green;">SUCCESS</span>] Registering 10.250.5.90:8080 to localhost:4444 [<span style="color: orange;">SKIPPED</span>] Registering 10.250.1.26:8080 to localhost:4444 [<span style="color: red;">FAILED</span>]
You can install/upgrade using
pip install -U flynnid.