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  1. After enabling WebP support you may notice it can take a long time for ProcessWire to create WebP copies of all images and their variations. For instance, on a site I work on (with over 10k images), it was taking about 1 second per image, ie. more than 3 hours in total.. 🥱 If you are comfortable around the command-line, you can use the cwebp program and this bash script to speed things up drastically. I have built upon this script and got things to work in combination with xargs and find, making it rather powerful for PW's purposes. 1. Save this script as 'convert-webp.sh' (or download the Gist from Github), and follow instructions ######################################################################################################### # # Fast Recursive Images to WebP converter # Customized for ProcessWire CMS/CMF <https://www.processwire.com> # # Author: Eelke Feenstra <dev@eelke.net> # Version: 001 # Based upon: https://github.com/onadrog/bash-webp-converter # # Quick & dirty script to add webp versions to all PNG / JPG / JPEG files inside your PW assets folder # # 1. Set this script to executable: # $ chmod +x convert-webp.sh # # 2. Check if cwebp is installed: # $ cwebp -version # If it is not, install: # $ brew install webp # Or follow instructions https://developers.google.com/speed/webp/download # and change $executable to cwebp's full path # # 3. Run the script directly on a folder: # $ ./convert-webp.sh /path/to/your/folder # ######################################################################################################### # Configuration executable="cwebp" # update this to reflect your installation! quality=90 # change to desired WebP quality ######################################################################################################### converted=0 skipped=0 echo "Entering $1" for file in $1/* do name="${file%.*}" echo "FILE: $file" echo "NAME: $name" # Skip the folder itself.. if [ "$name" = "./." ]; then echo "SKIP: $name" continue; fi if [[ $(file --mime-type -b $name.webp) == image/webp ]]; then echo "FOUND: $name.webp, skipping.." skipped=$((skipped+1)) elif [[ $(file --mime-type -b $file) == image/*g ]]; then echo "NOT FOUND: $name.webp" newfile(){ echo "$file" | sed -r 's/(\.[a-z0-9]*$)/.webp/' } $executable -q $quality "$file" -short -o "$(newfile)" converted=$((converted+1)) fi done echo "Converted $converted, Skipped $skipped" 2. Run to create webp versions of all jpg/jpeg/png images in a given folder (for example the site's homepage) $ ./convert-webp.sh /path/to/processwire/site/assets/files/1 3. And in order to create WebP copies of ALL images inside the /site/assets/files folder, you can run this script. It searches for all directories inside the files directory, and passes these to the convert-webp.sh script using xargs. $ find /path/to/processwire/site/assets/files -maxdepth 2 -type d | xargs -I '{}' ./convert-webp.sh '{}' Tested both on MacOS 12 and Debian
  2. Hi, I'm trying to write a bash script that automates our release procedures. 1 of the things I've written is a php module that clears the Procache settings and resets. The php module runs if I call it from a browser but if I call it from a bash script I get a connection refused error. Error: Exception: SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] Connection refused (in /Users/FrancisChung/Sites/Develop/wire/core/ProcessWire.php line 293) This error message was shown because: you are using the command line API Error has been logged. Assuming this is a security precaution, I was wondering if there is a different way around this? Perhaps write a container php module that launches the bash scripts instead?
  3. Hello there, If you are the guy who is living in terminal like me, then I assume that you will love this script If you usually SSH-ing to servers, then I believe you used to have headache when you are trying to keep your SSH sessions alive. Most of them can resolve by adding this to your ~/.ssh/config Host * ServerAliveInterval 60 But if you are working in a company or you are connecting to Interet through VPN/Proxy, then your SSH sessions are really unstable. Like this: Write failed: broken pipe packet_write_wait connection to: XXXXX To use this script, you can download the attach file below and move it to /usr/local/bin or /usr/bin or ~/bin or just simple put it anywhere you want. I assume that you will put it into /usr/local/bin, then you can use autossh command globally. USAGE It's simple, you can just run autossh alone or with parameters autossh your_user@your_server_ip Below is the whole script #!/bin/bash # ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ # FILE: autossh # DESCRIPTION: This is an SSH-D proxy with auto-reconnect on disconnect # AUTHOR: Hector Nguyen (hectornguyen at octopius dot com) # VERSION: 1.0.0 # ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ VERSION="1.0.0" GITHUB="https://github.com/hectornguyen/autossh" AUTHOR="Hector Nguyen" SCRIPT=${0##*/} IFS=$'\n' ALIVE=0 HISTFILE="$HOME/.autossh.history" # Use colors, but only if connected to a terminal, and that terminal supports them. if which tput >/dev/null 2>&1; then ncolors=$(tput colors) fi if [ -t 1 ] && [ -n "$ncolors" ] && [ "$ncolors" -ge 8 ]; then RED="$(tput setaf 1)" GREEN="$(tput setaf 2)" YELLOW="$(tput setaf 3)" BLUE="$(tput setaf 4)" BOLD="$(tput bold)" NORMAL="$(tput sgr0)" else RED="" GREEN="" YELLOW="" BLUE="" BOLD="" NORMAL="" fi # Progress or something start_progress() { while true do echo -ne "#" sleep 1 done } quick_progress() { while true do echo -ne "#" sleep .033 done } long_progress() { while true do echo -ne "#" sleep 3 done } dot_progress() { for i in {1..100}; do printf "." $i -1 $i sleep .033 done echo_c green " 100%{$NORMAL}" sleep 1 } stop_progress() { kill $1 wait $1 2>/dev/null echo -en "\n" } # Case-insensitive for regex matching shopt -s nocasematch # Prepare history mode set -i history -c history -r # Input method get_input() { read -e -p "${BLUE}$1${NORMAL}" "$2" history -s "${!2}" } # Echo in bold echo_b() { if [ "$1" = "-e" ]; then echo -e "${BOLD}$2${NORMAL}" else echo "${BOLD}$1${NORMAL}" fi } # Echo in colour echo_c() { case "$1" in red | r | -red | -r | --red | --r ) echo "${RED}$2${NORMAL}" ;; green | g | -green | -g | --green | --g ) echo "${GREEN}$2${NORMAL}" ;; blue | b | -blue | -b | --blue | --b ) echo "${BLUE}$2${NORMAL}" ;; yellow | y | -yellow | -y | --yellow | --y ) echo "${YELLOW}$2${NORMAL}" ;; * ) echo "$(BOLD)$2$(RESET)" ;; esac } # Get data from parameters if [[ ! -n "$remote_param" && -n "$1" ]]; then remote_param="$1" remote_user="${remote_param%%@*}" remote_ip="${remote_param##*@}" fi # Get input data and save to history save_input() { if [[ ! -n "$remote_user" && ! -n "$1" ]]; then while get_input "SSH Username > " remote_user; do case ${remote_user%% *} in * ) if [ -n "$remote_user" ]; then break else continue fi ;; esac done fi if [[ ! -n "$remote_ip" && ! -n "$1" ]]; then while get_input "SSH Alias/IP-address > " remote_ip; do case ${remote_ip%% *} in * ) if [ -n "$remote_ip" ]; then break else continue fi ;; esac done fi } # Infinitie loop to keep connecting auto_connect() { while true; do exist=`ps aux | grep "$remote_user@$remote_ip" | grep 22` if test -n "$exist" then if test $ALIVE -eq 0 then echo_c yellow "I'm alive since $(date)" fi ALIVE=1 else ALIVE=0 echo_c red "I'm dead... God is bringing me back..." clear printf "${GREEN}Connecting: " for i in {1..100}; do printf "." $i -1 $i sleep .033 done echo_c green " 100%${NORMAL}" sleep 1 clear ssh $remote_user@$remote_ip fi sleep 1 done } main() { save_input auto_connect } main Hope this helps. autossh.sh
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