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README.md

Haste

Haste is an open-source pastebin software written in node.js, which is easily installable in any network. It can be backed by either redis or filesystem, and has a very easy adapter interface for other stores. A publicly available version can be found at hastebin.com

Major design objectives:

  • Be really pretty
  • Be really simple
  • Be easy to set up and use

Haste works really well with a little utility called haste-client, allowing you to do things like:

cat something | haste

which will output a URL to share containing the contents of cat something's STDOUT. Check the README there for more details and usages.

Tested Browsers

  • Firefox 8
  • Chrome 17
  • Safari 5.3

Installation

  1. Download the package, and expand it
  2. Explore the settings inside of config.js, but the defaults should be good
  3. npm install
  4. npm start (you may specify an optional <config-path> as well)

Settings

  • host - the host the server runs on (default localhost)
  • port - the port the server runs on (default 7777)
  • keyLength - the length of the keys to user (default 10)
  • maxLength - maximum length of a paste (default 400000)
  • staticMaxAge - max age for static assets (86400)
  • recompressStaticAssets - whether or not to compile static js assets (true)
  • documents - static documents to serve (ex: http://hastebin.com/about.com) in addition to static assets. These will never expire.
  • storage - storage options (see below)
  • logging - logging preferences
  • keyGenerator - key generator options (see below)
  • rateLimits - settings for rate limiting (see below)

Rate Limiting

When present, the rateLimits option enables built-in rate limiting courtesy of connect-ratelimit. Any of the options supported by that library can be used and set in config.js.

See the README for connect-ratelimit for more information!

Key Generation

Phonetic

Attempts to generate phonetic keys, similar to pwgen

{
  "type": "phonetic"
}

Random

Generates a random key

{
  "type": "random",
  "keyspace": "abcdef"
}

The optional keySpace argument is a string of acceptable characters for the key.

Storage

File

To use file storage (the default) change the storage section in config.js to something like:

{
  "path": "./data",
  "type": "file"
}

where path represents where you want the files stored.

File storage currently does not support paste expiration, you can follow #191 for status updates.

Redis

To use redis storage you must install the redis package in npm, and have redis-server running on the machine.

npm install redis

Once you've done that, your config section should look like:

{
  "type": "redis",
  "host": "localhost",
  "port": 6379,
  "db": 2
}

You can also set an expire option to the number of seconds to expire keys in. This is off by default, but will constantly kick back expirations on each view or post.

All of which are optional except type with very logical default values.

If your Redis server is configured for password authentification, use the password field.

Postgres

To use postgres storage you must install the pg package in npm

npm install pg

Once you've done that, your config section should look like:

{
  "type": "postgres",
  "connectionUrl": "postgres://user:password@host:5432/database"
}

You can also just set the environment variable for DATABASE_URL to your database connection url.

You will have to manually add a table to your postgres database:

create table entries (id serial primary key, key varchar(255) not null, value text not null, expiration int, unique(key));

You can also set an expire option to the number of seconds to expire keys in. This is off by default, but will constantly kick back expirations on each view or post.

All of which are optional except type with very logical default values.

MongoDB

To use mongodb storage you must install the 'mongodb' pachage in npm

npm install mongodb

Once you've done that, your config section should look like:

{
  "type": "mongodb",
  "connectionUrl": "mongodb://localhost:27017/database"
}

You can also just set the environment variable for DATABASE_URL to your database connection url.

Unlike with postgres you do NOT have to create the table in your mongo database prior to running.

You can also set an expire option to the number of seconds to expire keys in. This is off by default, but will constantly kick back expirations on each view or post.

Memcached

To use memcache storage you must install the memcached package via npm

npm install memcached

Once you've done that, your config section should look like:

{
  "type": "memcached",
  "host": "127.0.0.1",
  "port": 11211
}

You can also set an expire option to the number of seconds to expire keys in. This behaves just like the redis expirations, but does not push expirations forward on GETs.

All of which are optional except type with very logical default values.

RethinkDB

To use the RethinkDB storage system, you must install the rethinkdbdash package via npm

npm install rethinkdbdash

Once you've done that, your config section should look like this:

{
  "type": "rethinkdb",
  "host": "127.0.0.1",
  "port": 28015,
  "db": "haste"
}

In order for this to work, the database must be pre-created before the script is ran. Also, you must create an uploads table, which will store all the data for uploads.

You can optionally add the user and password properties to use a user system.

Google Datastore

To use the Google Datastore storage system, you must install the @google-cloud/datastore package via npm

npm install @google-cloud/datastore

Once you've done that, your config section should look like this:

{
  "type": "google-datastore"
}

Authentication is handled automatically by Google Cloud service account credentials, by providing authentication details to the GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environmental variable.

Amazon S3

To use Amazon S3 as a storage system, you must install the aws-sdk package via npm:

npm install aws-sdk

Once you've done that, your config section should look like this:

{
  "type": "amazon-s3",
  "bucket": "your-bucket-name",
  "region": "us-east-1"
}

Authentication is handled automatically by the client. Check Amazon's documentation for more information. You will need to grant your role these permissions to your bucket:

{
    "Version": "2012-10-17",
    "Statement": [
        {
            "Action": [
                "s3:GetObject",
                "s3:PutObject"
            ],
            "Effect": "Allow",
            "Resource": "arn:aws:s3:::your-bucket-name-goes-here/*"
        }
    ]
}

Docker

Build image

docker build --tag haste-server .

Run container

For this example we will run haste-server, and connect it to a redis server

docker run --name haste-server-container --env STORAGE_TYPE=redis --env STORAGE_HOST=redis-server --env STORAGE_PORT=6379 haste-server

Use docker-compose example

There is an example docker-compose.yml which runs haste-server together with memcached

docker-compose up

Configuration

The docker image is configured using environmental variables as you can see in the example above.

Here is a list of all the environment variables

Storage

Name Default value Description
STORAGE_TYPE memcached Type of storage . Accepted values: "memcached","redis","postgres","rethinkdb", "amazon-s3", and "file"
STORAGE_HOST 127.0.0.1 Storage host. Applicable for types: memcached, redis, postgres, and rethinkdb
STORAGE_PORT 11211 Port on the storage host. Applicable for types: memcached, redis, postgres, and rethinkdb
STORAGE_EXPIRE_SECONDS 2592000 Number of seconds to expire keys in. Applicable for types. Redis, postgres, memcached. expire option to the
STORAGE_DB 2 The name of the database. Applicable for redis, postgres, and rethinkdb
STORAGE_PASSWORD Password for database. Applicable for redis, postges, rethinkdb .
STORAGE_USERNAME Database username. Applicable for postgres, and rethinkdb
STORAGE_AWS_BUCKET Applicable for amazon-s3. This is the name of the S3 bucket
STORAGE_AWS_REGION Applicable for amazon-s3. The region in which the bucket is located
STORAGE_FILEPATH Path to file to save data to. Applicable for type file

Logging

Name Default value Description
LOGGING_LEVEL verbose
LOGGING_TYPE= Console
LOGGING_COLORIZE= true

Basics

Name Default value Description
HOST 0.0.0.0 The hostname which the server answers on
PORT 7777 The port on which the server is running
KEY_LENGTH 10 the length of the keys to user
MAX_LENGTH 400000 maximum length of a paste
STATIC_MAX_AGE 86400 max age for static assets
RECOMPRESS_STATIC_ASSETS true whether or not to compile static js assets
KEYGENERATOR_TYPE phonetic Type of key generator. Acceptable values: "phonetic", or "random"
KEYGENERATOR_KEYSPACE keySpace argument is a string of acceptable characters
DOCUMENTS about=./about.md Comma separated list of static documents to serve. ex: \n about=./about.md,home=./home.md

Rate limits

Name Default value Description
RATELIMITS_NORMAL_TOTAL_REQUESTS 500 By default anyone uncategorized will be subject to 500 requests in the defined timespan.
RATELIMITS_NORMAL_EVERY_MILLISECONDS 60000 The timespan to allow the total requests for uncategorized users
RATELIMITS_WHITELIST_TOTAL_REQUESTS By default client names in the whitelist will not have their requests limited.
RATELIMITS_WHITELIST_EVERY_SECONDS By default client names in the whitelist will not have their requests limited.
RATELIMITS_WHITELIST example1.whitelist,example2.whitelist Comma separated list of the clients which are in the whitelist pool
RATELIMITS_BLACKLIST_TOTAL_REQUESTS By default client names in the blacklist will be subject to 0 requests per hours.
RATELIMITS_BLACKLIST_EVERY_SECONDS By default client names in the blacklist will be subject to 0 requests per hours
RATELIMITS_BLACKLIST example1.blacklist,example2.blacklist Comma separated list of the clients which are in the blacklistpool.

Author

John Crepezzi john.crepezzi@gmail.com

License

(The MIT License)

Copyright © 2011-2012 John Crepezzi

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the ‘Software’), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ‘AS IS’, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE

Other components:

  • jQuery: MIT/GPL license
  • highlight.js: Copyright © 2006, Ivan Sagalaev
  • highlightjs-coffeescript: WTFPL - Copyright © 2011, Dmytrii Nagirniak