[pve-devel] [PATCH v2 pve-manager] pvenode task log: don't hardcode 'limit' in CLI

Dylan Whyte d.whyte at proxmox.com
Wed Sep 1 17:12:25 CEST 2021


Removes the hardcoded '--limit' option when setting up the
'pvenode task log' command. This allows a user to control this option
themselves.

Signed-off-by: Dylan Whyte <d.whyte at proxmox.com>
---

changes from v1:
* leave the API default in place, and set value based on rpcenv.
* add the option's various defaults (GUI, CLI) to its description.

 PVE/API2/Tasks.pm  | 4 ++--
 PVE/CLI/pvenode.pm | 3 +--
 2 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/PVE/API2/Tasks.pm b/PVE/API2/Tasks.pm
index 9cd1e56b..f19077d0 100644
--- a/PVE/API2/Tasks.pm
+++ b/PVE/API2/Tasks.pm
@@ -349,7 +349,7 @@ __PACKAGE__->register_method({
 		minimum => 0,
 		default => 50,
 		optional => 1,
-		description => "The maximum amount of lines that should be printed.",
+		description => "The maximum amount of lines that should be printed. From the GUI, this is set to 500. From the command line, the default is 1000000.",
 	    },
 	},
     },
@@ -379,7 +379,7 @@ __PACKAGE__->register_method({
 	my $user = $rpcenv->get_user();
 	my $node = $param->{node};
 	my $start = $param->{start} // 0;
-	my $limit = $param->{limit} // 50;
+	my $limit = $param->{limit} // ($rpcenv->{type} eq 'cli' ? 1000000 : 50);
 
 	$convert_token_task->($task);
 
diff --git a/PVE/CLI/pvenode.pm b/PVE/CLI/pvenode.pm
index acef6c3b..b45735e0 100644
--- a/PVE/CLI/pvenode.pm
+++ b/PVE/CLI/pvenode.pm
@@ -194,8 +194,7 @@ our $cmddef = {
 	    my ($data, $schema, $options) = @_;
 	    PVE::CLIFormatter::print_api_result($data, $schema, undef, $options);
 	}, $PVE::RESTHandler::standard_output_options],
-	# set limit to 1000000, so we see the whole log, not only the first 50 lines by default
-	log => [ 'PVE::API2::Tasks', 'read_task_log', [ 'upid' ], { node => $nodename, limit => 1000000 }, sub {
+	log => [ 'PVE::API2::Tasks', 'read_task_log', [ 'upid' ], { node => $nodename }, sub {
 	    my ($data, $resultprops) = @_;
 	    foreach my $line (@$data) {
 		print $line->{t} . "\n";
-- 
2.30.2





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