Data downloader and parser for the KitchenSnitch project (Haskell)

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Synopsis

Data downloader and parser for the KitchenSnitch project (Haskell)

Description

Installing

Configuration and execution

Make a directory for config files, and copy or link the conf files into it, along with your Google API key in a file. The defaults are expecting $HOME/.config/kitchensnitch

  $HOME/
     .config/
        kitchensnitch/
           GoogleAPIKey
           ks-locate.conf
           mongodb.conf

The key should be the only thing in the GoogleAPIKey file, on a line by itself.

ks-locate - Google Places lookup utility

To run, have a directory structure like this:

inspectionsToProcess/
  fail/
  insp/    <-- this is where you have downloaded insp_ json files
  succ/

Then, to run:

$ cd inspectionsToProcess
$ ks-locate -c $HOME/.config/kitchensnitch -s succ/ -f fail/ --delete insp | tee ks-locate.log

When it's finished:

inspectionsToProcess/
  fail/    <-- contains failed insp_ files
  insp/    <-- this directory is now empty
  succ/    <-- contains successful lookup ks_ files

Running in this way will allow ks-locate to find its conf files and use relative paths for all those directories, which is nice.

ks-dl-nightly.sh - Utility to run every day to do everything

For nc_wake, no inspections are added on weekend days. The cron job shoulld look something like this:

7 1 * * wed,thu,fri,sat,sun  /opt/ks-download/bin/ks-dl-nightly.sh

ks-regionupd - Update of regional statistics, to be run daily

Put this in a cron job:

45 1 * * *  /opt/ks-download/bin/ks-regionupd --log-priority=NOTICE $HOME/.config/kitchensnitch > /some/dir/ks-regionupd.log

Building from source

Follow the instructions on the wiki for setting up a sandbox for all KS development, in the section "Building the KitchenSnitch Haskell server-side components for deployment"

Building for development

  $ cabal sandbox init --sandbox=/home/USER/.cabal/sandbox/kitchensnitch
  $ cabal install --only-dep --enable-tests
  $ cabal configure --enable-tests
  $ cabal build
  $ cabal test

And you should be good for development from here.

Building for deployment

This will build everything into a deployable directory structure that you can put somewhere like /opt/ for instance.

$ cabal install --prefix=/tmp/ks-download-VER --datasubdir=.
$ pushd /tmp
$ tar czvf ks-download-VER.tgz ks-download-VER
$ popd

Some of these notes exist in a more detailed form on the developer wiki.

When you want to insert records into the database, make sure you do not forget to edit the bin/ks-dl-nightly.sh script. By default ks-dbinsert execution is commented out and fake one runs!

Contact

Reporting Bugs

Authors

Dino Morelli dino@ui3.info